Transgressions (The Engelian Transformations, #1) #2020

Transgressions (The Engelian Transformations, #1) By Phillip Berrie Transgressions The Engelian Transformations An elderly male wizard whose body has been destroyed by powerful unknown attackers possesses the soul less body of a young female half elf A new lease on life perhaps However first he must not only
  • Title: Transgressions (The Engelian Transformations, #1)
  • Author: Phillip Berrie
  • ISBN: 9781301530694
  • Page: 454
  • Format: ebook
  • Transgressions (The Engelian Transformations, #1) By Phillip Berrie An elderly male wizard, whose body has been destroyed by powerful unknown attackers, possesses the soul less body of a young female half elf A new lease on life perhaps However, first he must not only protect his home and a new forbidden love from an invisible malevolent spirit, but also solve the mystery of who wanted him dead in the first place.
    Transgressions (The Engelian Transformations, #1) By Phillip Berrie
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    About "Phillip Berrie"

    1. Phillip Berrie

      Phill Berrie lives in Canberra, Australia with his wife, two daughters and his extended family He has a Bachelors degree in Applied Physics, a Masters in Information Science and a Graduate Diploma in Education He has worked in the back rooms of education related institutions for most of his life as an IT professional helping academics with the computational aspects of their professions This includes such diverse activities as analysing the mineral potential of rock samples, authenticating and distributing electronic editions of famous Australian literature, and most recently, helping science teachers teach science Phill is a futurist and has had a lifelong love affair with science, genre related fiction and gaming His love of roleplaying led him to start writing and his attention to detail helped him fall into editing He is now on the downhill run for his first century and wants to be a full time writer and editor when he grows up or retires, whichever comes first.

    808 thoughts on “Transgressions (The Engelian Transformations, #1)”

    1. The things I don t like about this book are the things I don t like about the genre, so I can t fault the author there I dislike castles and taverns and guards who challenge you at every step and holders of some high office or other who do nothing but sleaze and smirk But as I say, these are tropes they re gonna be there, most likely, and if I don t like them, tough.As for the writing, it s always strong though as a writer myself, my eyes hiccupped whenever the same word was used than once in a [...]


    2. Transgressions, Phillip Berrie s first full length published work, is the story of Wamzut, an elderly male wizard, whose body has been destroyed by powerful unknown attackers Fortunately for Wamzut, he has been able to claim the soul less body of a young female half elf A new lease on life, perhaps, but first he must not only protect his home and a new forbidden love from an invisible spirit monster, but also solve the mystery of who wanted him dead in the first place This is a highly imaginativ [...]


    3. Transgressions by Phillip Berrie is the first book in what I assume will be a fantasy trilogy The following review contains minor spoilers, but nothing pertaining to vital plot elements.Transgressions is about Wamzut, a wizard who, before the action begins, lost his body and almost died in a magical battle He was saved as a disembodied soul only due to a magical insurance device he had in place The story opens with a priestess, Nessa, helping him take possession of a body whose soul has vacated [...]


    4. I enjoyed reading this very much I was introduced to it after reading one of Phillip Berrie s short stories set in the same verse, which piqued my interest.The story deals with the plight of Wamzut, an elderly wizard who is fatally attacked while in the Golden Void this is a good example of the arresting nomenclature in the book Wamzut is left disembodied, but with the assistance of a Gifted priestess, his spirit is rehoused in the body of a half elf, who has just been robbed of her soul bywhat [...]


    5. The middle of this book was great Once the wizard becomes a little comfortable in his new skin and we start to know the characters a little better, we become a bit invested Once we figure out the sort of world we re in, we find that it s a pretty magical and fascinating place The story telling is smooth and you can easily just get lost in what you re reading.The beginning and ending felt pretty mis jointed, however Dropping into a new world is usually pretty difficult Dropping into this world [...]


    6. This was a very interesting read There was a very carefully studied and thought through thread on gender behavior running through this book I found it very logically handles, and logic is important to me I loved the handling of magic as well, treating it as an energy, or perhaps a certain kind of molecule found better in some places than others, very interesting, if you ask me And the story Well, the story was a cluster of problems on top of problems which fostered problems It kept me rooted, a [...]


    7. Transgressions by Phillip Berrie built a wonderful world and drew me in There s magic k , but I believed it The main character is complex, and flawed, and deep Indeed, all the characters felt real, as if their histories extended well beyond the pages of this book The story is rich and textured and disturbing, and it drew me along The pacing sped up towards the end and I wanted There s lots to like, but I particularly enjoyed a very one sided conversation, and a god in a strange court.


    8. one of the best gender swap books I have read in a very long time can t wait for the next book in this series


    9. This is great fantasy The environment that this book is set in has many, many layers So much so that the author could continue to write sequels until he had outdone the prolific JK Rowling s Harry Potter series.The hero is a dead wizard male, of course , that chanced upon a lovely female elf warrior s still alive body, that had had its soul eaten by a soul eating monster With the help of his lovely assistant, he begins the process of attaching to and getting used to this female body, simultaneou [...]


    10. I was interested to read this novel after enjoying some of Phillip Berrie s other work The gender swapping main character, Wamzut, is written sympathetically, and the secondary characters are also well fleshed out and multi dimensional.The worldbuilding is very thorough and vivid, and I was impressed by the author s well thought out magic system I particularly enjoyed the action scenes, where Wamzut s abilities as a wizard shone, all as he learnt the capabilities and limitations of his new body [...]


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