Autumn’s Bookshelf: “Jason to Jessica” by Starfox Howl

11934168“Jason Ryerson wakes from sleep in a different room and a different body. In the hour after waking up, he learns that he has been a victim twice over, first of a car accident that caused massive injuries to his old body. Secondly, and more devastatingly a victim of the MORFS plague. Jason, now Jessica, learns what it means to be on the other side of the bed. Outwardly a beautiful woman, she is forced to come to terms with how the world views women. As ties to her past are confronted, dissolved or strengthened, Jessica turns her attention to her future. A man who knew her as both Jason and now Jessica becomes more than just a friend. With no secrets between them, will he help her find her way into the world of being a woman?”

Okay, now that we got the promotional synopsis out of the way, here’s the dirt.

Starfox Howl writes a very interesting novel.  Its a sci-fi romance, much different from anything I have ever read. It is written from the perspective of Jason/Jessica.  We as readers are able to see inside her head and get a lot of knowledge about the character.  However, I felt like I was being told the story by a third party more than I felt like I was being told the story from Jessica herself.  It was like someone was using her voice to tell me a story that was about her.  It is hard to explain.  Being that I am not a huge sci-fi fan, I did find this book to be very interesting and enlightening for those who are into that kind of romantic fiction.  It did not draw me in ways that other books have.   I liked the book but for my bookshelf, it gets a Four Leaves rating.



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  1. Fascinating premise. Will have to look this one up.

    1. Hi Daryl:

      I hope you enjoyed the book. It was a lot of fun to write.

      Let me know what you think and please leave a rating and review on Amazon.


  2. Sounds interesting. More books to put on the TBR list.

  3. It does sound interesting. I’ll have to check it out. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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