Diana Travis near the end of the book informs the hero that she can
assume the forms of different genders and identities, claiming to
have been her father earlier in the story as well as another male
names Eliot Ness. (Not the character from the 1930's)
"But you're father and daughter."
"Exactly. I'm both father and daughter. There's both male and
female in all of us."
"Not in me."
She also says she had a rejuve(ination procedure) so there is some
apparent age altering as far as body appearances go in the story.
Neither are big points in the story though. It's more of a plot
twist than anything else.
There may be more within the story, but that's my impression from
the above quote and the pages surrounding it.
Not a must read, but if you want to get every TG related book into
originally posted by anonymous cj on 2005-05-22, no edits, entryid=1605