Friday, July 20, 2012

Cover Poison: Shift (Firstborn #2) by Raine Thomas

Shift: Firstborn #2 by Raine Thomas
Release Date: August 24, 2012
e-book

Having the ability to shapeshift, Sophia is familiar with change. But even she feels the rising tension in her homeland.

A shadowy male and deadly beast reside in their midst. The births of the newest Kynzesti loom. Hostile Mercesti continue to hunt for the Elder Scroll, and a traumatized female is too afraid to use her abilities to stop them.

Topping off Sophia’s stress is Quincy, the male she’s convinced can’t stand her. She rues the loss of their friendship, but can’t figure out how to move past it. She’ll soon learn, however, that mending that rift bears more significance than she ever imagined.

The search for the Elder Scroll takes on unexpected urgency, and Sophia finds herself in a race across the mainland. To stop the Mercesti led by Eirik, she and her companions must get past their differences and unite against them. If they don’t, Eirik will acquire the immense power he seeks, and two of the beings Sophia loves most will die.

My thoughts: I actually like this better than the cover of the first book (which I have pictured below), but I'm annoyed that she's switching POV's. I'm interested in Sophia's story, but at the same time I want to see what happens to Tate and Zachariah from Tate's POV.

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