A Fatal Family Secret-The Morphosis Me Files

As if growing up isn’t hard enough!  Throw in Irish myths, cyber-bullying, and a whole lot of “changes” not covered in health class!

A Fatal Family Secret by Samantha Marks, is the first book in The Morphosis.Me Files and it follows Kayleigh as she learns a shocking secret about herself, that maybe wasn’t so secret after all.  It’s a coming of age story with a magical twist!

What if, with a simple thought, you could change everything about yourself? 

On the first day of high school, Kayleigh wishes she could be taller, curvier, and cooler. But when she discovers she’s a morph, shape-shifters who can become anyone or anything, the boundaries around personality, sexuality, and gender identity are blurred.

Suddenly, everything is fair game.

But there are those who want to control Kayleigh and her gifts. Overnight, she becomes a target, and surviving the school year means defending herself against cyber-bullies, learning to control her newfound powers, and hiding from the ancient secret society that kidnapped her mother. Morphing has consequences, and Kayleigh begins to realize that being able to change into anything can mean losing herself in the process.

 After all, in a world full of morphs, rules are meant to be broken…So far I am really enjoying this book.  It is well written, endearing

So far I am really enjoying this book.  It is well written, endearing and very entertaining.  Kayleigh is a sweet, relatable character and I look forward to seeing how she develops as a person and a Morph.  Being of Irish descent,  I am also enjoying the Celtic spin.

Highschool is never easy but when you add magic and mystery it is definitely more intriguing.



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