The shapeshifter

The shapeshifter

88.6K Reads 3.4K Votes 25 Part Story
S.D. By saphira2002 Updated Nov 03, 2014

Everyone thinks Saphira is a regular girl but she's not. Yes, she goes to a school for mortals, wears mortal things and does mortal activities but she technically isn't a mortal. 

Saphira has grown up in a world that is split in half. On one side of the fenced border, there are humans, on the other dangerous magical creatures lurk. When her adoptive parents send her to a summer camp right next to the border a new adventure begins. She discovers a new best friend but is she really who she says she is? And then there's the mysterious, handsome boy Jace that seems to have an odd interest in her and his ice cold twin brother Finnick, who could kill someone with his withering glare. Saphira soon finds herself entangled in their lives... More so then she wants to be. 

To make matters worse, Saphira is keeping a terrible secret from everyone. She is actually a creature that is meant to be on the other side of the border, or as humans would say, a "monster".

  • adventure
  • love
  • magic
  • shapeshifter
lidyalewis lidyalewis Sep 15, 2017
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- - Jul 04, 2017
OMG YOU LIKE THE LUNAR CHRONICLES *squeal*
                              
                              HAVE YOU READ THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL??
                              
                              OMG MY FAM
CheshiresSmilee CheshiresSmilee Jul 30, 2017
What's the problem with humans and there math? 😂😂get it what's there PROBLEM with there MATH!! That's a knee slapper!!!
So I already hate the main character. She literally maims a girl who was just kind of a spoiled brat. She could have just scared her and moved on, but nope, she decided to literally maul her.
OncillaKitten OncillaKitten Jul 25, 2017
Hey, that was my K2 teacher! (Where you go in my school when ur 4)
lunawolf6784 lunawolf6784 Feb 24, 2015
that's so at school. like 'oh I'm here let mine through all my stuff down cuz it's getting to heavy and I need to unlock it'