Shifted Perspective

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Caleb Byrne's life seems to be going well after he's accepted to his dream school for pre-med studies. Going great, sure, until he grows four paws, a tail, and fluffy curls...

Now he has to deal with being the world's lamest shape shifter, an estranged family with furry secrets of their own, a prying girlfriend, and a killer werewolf on the loose, and he thought life had been hard before! More

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Published: Aug. 28, 2012
Words: 70,110
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476060651
About Jay Bridger

My name is J. Bridger. I have been many things in my life---a veterinary office intern, a tour guide at a lemur research center, a psychology intern giving patient evaluations in a La Paz, Bolivia mental hospital. Currently, I'm learning to be a medical Spanish interpreter in my day job.

By night, I write stories that are about the paranormal, sometimes themed for the young adult audience, and sometimes they are for grown-ups and bleed into being flat out horror. Currently, I've just published my first book, "Shifted Perspective" and am working on its sequel, coming this winter.

Basically, if it goes bump in the night (and does NOT sparkle), I love it!

Reviews

Review by: nrlymrtl on Nov. 25, 2012 : star star star star
I’m going to let you in on a little secret:

This book is so not me: No sex, little violence, like 3 cuss words, high cuteness factor. And I LOVED every minute of it.

But I am not going to beat myself up over that. No, instead I am going to tell you all why J. Bridger is now on my watch list. If she is this good a writer now, imagine what she can do in the next few years.

This book was a fast-paced, fun read full of humor and wit. I read it in three nights, the last night reading over half the book. I simply didn’t want to put my ‘little cocker’ book down. My man was amused. I simply found it fascinating to watch Caleb deal with this ridiculous situation; what would you do if you found out Senior year you were a shape shifter and that the shape you’re stuck with is a cocker spaniel? I loved how Caleb had to muddle through much of it on his own (that’s what coming of age is) but he still had the support of some caring adults and contemporary friends. Throw in the tension of relationship problems and male dominance pissing contests, and you have some real life scenarios that readers can relate to.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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