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This is a fascinating book. Once you start reading you can't stop. The feelings and fear of the character's are like they're your own.

Norma Jeanne

Fersia can’t wait to start her new job in the laboratory. It’ll be the perfect way to rekindle her relationship with Jocko.

But there are strange things going on at the lab.

Like odd noises coming from behind locked doors. Growls and cries but they don’t sound like any animal she’s ever heard.

And why do the two of them have to stay locked in a cage? Sure, there’s a bed and furniture but it’s still a cage. On top of that, the shots they’re made to take are making Jocko sick but they’re making her hungry. Starving. Ravenous for meat.

When Jocko starts his metamorphosis should she stay or escape before it’s too late?

“The subtitle is truly correct in labeling “Feeding Fersia” disturbing. It is. Conguise is just messed up. I found “Fersia” to actually be more unsettling than “Riverman” and really am not sure what to expect in Book 3, but I can’t help myself — I just have to find out where this is all going! So hard to leave these books. I just can’t put them down!” — shortwork

“L. S. O’Dea has done it again with this her second volume in the Conguise chronicles, Feeding Fersia. She has written yet another book which I had to read in one sitting right through the night. I thought I would just take a peek at the introduction of the book but before I knew it, it was 2 AM and I had just read this riveting book.” — Lana Turner

“I personally feel this series is far superior to others in its class with original plots and ideas. These are the kind of books that hopefully will be an “overnight sensation” with everyone wondering how they missed them for so long!
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