Boucher's World: Transformation

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The co-discoverer of the way out of the continent-covering Dome of Boucher’s World, Jade Lowry, was kidnapped but managed to escape with the help of her soul-mate, Kendis Rost, and the doomed precog, S’tella.
This is a chronicle of what happens after they return to Jade’s home in Village Twelve. What does Lark, the Elvwist Healer, and Sparrow, its precog vow-mate have to tell them? More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301962396
About Bea Cannon

Bea lives in Charlotte, NC.

In addition to writing science fiction and fantasy (and a smidgen of horror) she enjoys a good read, working crossword puzzles, walking, drawing, and painting.

She is a retired electronics technician and admits to having worked at a variety of other jobs during her life, including being a dishwasher, a busgirl, a house maid, a motel/hotel maid, working in a fast-food joint, a telephone operator, and a store clerk. There have been other, not-so-glamorous jobs, including picking cotton.

She also daydreams a lot.

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Review by: tony parsons on April 19, 2014 : (no rating)
Singow Lee & Caine Montford were mating. Singow family did not approve. Kendis, Eagle (Elvwist firestarters), Owl (Elvwist firestarters, lifter companion), Alex, & Jadewyn (Jade) were all hovering above. They were hit. Montford’s men who were hiding up in a slope.

Caine Montford was brought to Village 12 & Jade was going to have to testify that he was the 1 who kidnapped her. The court preceding’s were read to the judge, jury & attorneys. Caine Theodore Montford (defendant), is charged with the kidnapping of Jadewyn (Jade) Elizabeth Lowry & the attempted murder of Rolanda (Ro) Selene Galway. This preceding is also against the other defendant Charles Edward Tillman.

Caine was found guilty of all charges & sentenced to permanent wiping of all his esas (powers), & sent to a human prison outside the Village 50 for 30 yrs.-to life.

Charles was found guilty on 2 counts: dealing in stolen goods & illegal antiques. He was put on probation & 1 yr. community service.

Charles (Caine’s body guard, had an affair with S’tella) & explained to the Elvwist that Caine Montford & his wife S’tella were killed. Their 2 children; C’eleste (5), & D’arby (2) were taken to safety. Charles (Uncle) was taken to the Children’s Center to see the 2 girls. They were taken to Village 12 to stay with Councilmember Sparrow.

Baric ball games were played by Jade & Alex’s teams in a practice field.

Jade, Kendis, Penny, Reece, Deidre, Will, Jade, Deidre, Reece, Will, Louis, Hester, Tally, Journey, Alex, Ro & Dots were all waiting on the beach to talk with Dimmer. Dimmer arrived & they all took their vows (love, respect, & pledge/protect 1 another) & had a ceremony.

Word was; a fleet of Space Ships from Earth were on their way to Boucher’s World.

Will the Transformation (Change) of Boucher’s World begin/continue? Can the Elvwist/Human mate? Will the Dogs/Cats become their friends?

Will the Soul Eater (Dark One) take over/possess Jadewyn & Wren’s soul.


Cool book cover, great font & writing style. A fairly well written delightful sci-fi, paranormal or fantasy book. It was very easy to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. No grammar errors, repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a great set of unique characters to keep track of. This could make a great sci-fi movie, animated cartoon or mini TV series. A very easy rating of 5 stars for this short story (book).

Thank you for the free book
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Patricia Maki on June 22, 2013 :
After reading the first book, I had to have the second. I love the rich progression of character development. I wish the next was available. I will be watching for it.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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