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Dale Perkins, a male human, is accidentally transformed into a chakat, a hermaphrodite felitaur, and struggles to come to terms with a new body, new sensations, and a new sexuality. In doing so, Dale learns more about hirself, hir new species, and how they both fit into the mixed human and anthro society. More
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About Bernard Doove

I was born and bred in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. I've always been a voracious reader, but I rarely wrote anything until I discovered the anthropomorphic (furry) fandom. Nowadays I am involved in many aspects of that fandom, including participating in conventions both locally and internationally. I have an orange tabby named Romulus who tries to make it difficult for me to write, but he purrs a lot while doing so, so I forgive him.

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Reviews of Transformations by Bernard Doove

John Lucas reviewed on June 17, 2012

Great book, but a bit short, There is one more chapter that was written after the print book was made, but it will be included in a later book.

This book takes place at the end of Forest Tales and before the Terrible than chains book. It is a story to introduce a new family to the arc.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Nyght Panthyr reviewed on April 8, 2012

I have all of Goldfur's books in print form but I don't wanna risk getting them damaged like I did my copy of "More Terrible then Chains" I always have my iPad or iPhone on me or even my Kindle when I am on vacation. I love all the stories. The way they are written make you think you are in the room listening to things as they happen by the characters. I plan on buying the rest from here as I get my budget in shape!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
beartp reviewed on March 18, 2012

Another foray into Bernard Doove's Chakat Universe and very moving story. The story is a complete ARC from Mr. Doove's Forest Tales series. Well worth reading,
(reviewed 31 days after purchase)

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