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This review is from: Therianthropy (Paradox Child Book 2) (Kindle Edition)
Thanks again to Jane for allowing me to have a copy of Therianthropy in exchange for review!. Therianthropy is the sequel to Jane’s first novel Paradox Child which I’ve reviewed earlier on the site.
Lily is a child who lives with a magical family, and a family who are able to time travel using the machine hidden under the Pitt Rivers museum, Therianthropy continues from where Paradox child left off going straight back to Lily and following her and her mum as they continue their time travel. This time Yates has added shape shifting in to the story and there seems to be much more magic featured in this book.
We continue following Lily as she time travels and makes growing bonds with the past, while also coming to terms with the losses from the first book. Interestingly we also get a look at the thoughts of her dog Mandy too, as well as seeing more of the past and Pitt Rivers himself.
This book again is so easy to read that I was able to finish it within a few hours and it makes an excellent read for my train journey into work. My only criticism is that it would have been good to have a reminder of some of the things that happened in the first book to refresh readers memories, but that’s just a minor thing.
Again credit to Jane, and I hope you can all give this book a read!