As Ethan Judith is finally coordinated, athletic, and talented. It’s great fun until someone starts trying to kill Judith and Ethan. Did someone find out about their “superpower” or are they wrapped up in something more sinister?
Though I’m a part of the Partners in Crime Virtual Book tour I borrowed & reviewed Dimorphic prior to the tour.
What I liked: Overall I thoroughly enjoyed Dimorphic. It’s nothing like anything I’ve ever read before but there were many factors that helped me to appreciate it.
First, the mystery comes out of nowhere. We’re just watching Judith come to grips with Ethan’s new position in her life and the amazing new abilities she’s gained when someone decides she needs to disappear.
Second, though Judith doesn’t have many relationships in her life they’re all suspect in Dimorphic as she doesn’t completely trust anyone. That makes the mystery even harder to decipher.
Third, you know those things that are completely inappropriate but make you laugh? Yup. There’s this character that is tremendously stereotypical but, well… it’s funny
What I didn’t like: The language really threw me. There was so much that it did take away from my enjoyment of Dimorphic. Also there were a few short scenes when Judith was Ethan that were just uncomfortable. They weren’t graphic or gross just uncomfortable.
|Source:||I actually borrowed this book for free with my Kindle Unlimited subscription on November 30, 2015|
|Publisher & Date:||November 3rd 2015 by Nighttime Dog Press, LLC|
|ISBN:||0996546510 (ISBN-13: 978-0996546515)|
|Steam:||Adult — definitely for the prevalent foul language but also also for some of the more explicit observations of a girl in a man’s body|
|This Counts for these Challenges:||2015 Let Me Count The Ways Reading Challenge, 2015 New Authors Reading Challenge|
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