, 83 months, post #21 |
AWP has so much about clothes, including men's clothes, that it
bogs down the story. Also the harassed-while-jogging thing is
grotesque: maybe such weird, evil men do exist and harass women,
but these guys strike me as wildly improbable.|
, 83 months, post #22 |
Of course now the author of AWP will probably show up and inform me
that the whole harassment incident is closely based on something
that really happened to a woman he knows.|
From: guest (Lorinell)
, 83 months, post #23 |
Whisperwren series by Tommie Fremouw is not bad ****|
Bit repetative, but quite ok.
The Empress Sword by Paulette Jaxton is good. **** and half.
Most TG books on Amazon is porn rubbish, worse that typical fiction
on free sites. They are more about strange fetishes than
From: guest (Roger)
, 83 months, post #24 |
I'm not the author of AWP, but women are definitely often hassled
in ways similar to the scene in that book. Ask any attractive
The best thing about that scene, IMO, is that the real girl
girlfriend has to quickly take over and handle the situation
because she (and other women) have experience handling things like
that all their lives and the protagonist hasn't. For example, the
protagonist keeps wisecracking back and the girlfriend has to tell
her to just shut up and stop interacting with them at all and keep
, 83 months, post #25 |
Yeah, I'm sure women do get hassled in that way, but I think that
the bad guys were just drawn so broadly that they seemed
unrealistic, even if what they did wasn't. It's been a year since I
read AWP and that still sticks in my head.|
From: guest (Roger)
, 82 months, post #26 |
Can't argue with that, dis_guise. The hasslers were clearly
Although I like the book a lot, that's the general problem with
AWP. The author was obviously going down some kind of a checklist
of "typical" experiences for a girl or woman and making sure he
worked them all in.
, 82 months, post #27 |
And the guy in AWP just happens to be short enough not to look out
of place as a woman... a lot of things just happen to be suited to
the plot, and after a point the lucky coincidences get a bit much.
The ending is very much "have your cake and eat it too," which
works as wish-fulfillment but is rather a cop-out.|
Still not a bad book, despite all I've said, but it's a flawed gem
and the rave reviews puzzle me.
, 70 months, post #28 |
"Switched" by Jean-Luc Cheri
is okay, the 99 cent price is a bit of a stretch for the short
story... but I don't feel robbed either. If you're lacking
something to read, it might be worth the buck to you. I give it a
2.5-3 out of 5 overall.|
"I Want to be You: Deep Reflections" by Kaitlyn Autofeld
was a pretty good story. At nearly $4 for access, it's more than I
wanted to pay... but it is of decent size and quality. I'd give it
a 3.5-4 out of 5 overall.
From: guest (John)
, 70 months, post #29 |
Best: I turned into a Chinese Girl|
Worst: Queen of Pop Gender Swap
From: guest (penguinattack)
, 70 months, post #30 |
The only ebook I've bought with tg in it was S(He) and it was
shite. Basically softcore porn with little to no emphasis on story.|
From: guest (penguinattack)
, 70 months, post #31 |
If you want a good tg story there are lots of free ones on the net
if you are willing to put up with tons of awful sissification
stories and crappy cuckhold tg stories as well.|
From: guest (saint)
, 3 days, post #32 |
Just wanted to recommend the Brother Bewitched Trilogy by Taylor
Galen Kadee. I'm not really into medieval fantasy but this was
quite good and I enjoyed all three books in the series. Well
written with nice characterization lots of physical and mental and
social observations. Can anybody recommend anything else?|
From: guest (jessk)
, 3 days, post #33 |
My Lady, My Lord by Katharine Ashe is one of my favourite m2f
bodyswap novels hands-down - even if it is just It's A BoyGirl
Thing set in 19th century Britain and written in a
, 2 days, post #34 |
From another thread|
So much on Amazon is junk, and hardly worth wading through.
Please list good full gender change reads found on Amazon, and a
bit of what they are about.
I just read these two and give a thumbs up.
"Men Proud And Pretty" by T.G. Cooper - Captured by mysterious
aliens, four crewman must battle in the arena in order to retain
their manhood. How will two former alpha males respond as they find
themselves turned into young females and forced to live with and
depend on the men who defeated them?
"UnFeminine" by James P. Katus - John Jockgrim had it made. He was
young, educated athletic, white male, and an up and coming lawyer,
in a prestigious law firm. he was an accepted member in 'the old
boys club'. His dad was a loving father, and family man. He was the
powerful, and arrogant head of the hospital's famous Brain
Transplant Project. When his children arrived at the hospital from
a car accident, Dr. Jockgrim decided he must act. His daughter was
brain dead, and John was dying. He brushed aside all opposition,
and ordered his team to put John's brain in his sister's body. John
awoke from coma months later feeling weak and feeble. Not only
that, much smaller, and female. John refused to deal with all the
cultural issues that came along with being female, so she isolated
herself from most people she knew. Instead concentrated on whipping
her weak female body into shape with her tough male mind. John was
quickly humbled. The pain and fatigue of her wasted, emaciated body
endured in physical therapy, was far more difficult then trying to
get the strong, healthy male body in shape for football season.
When she left her self imposed isolation to return to the law firm,
she found she is unwanted, and was forced to resign. With no job,
and no goals, John decided she could not delay her transformation
any longer. She changed her name to Joan, then tried to learn how
to dress and act like a lady. Joan had to fight off sexist
thoughts, that ridicule her efforts. Joan could have it all, a
career, love, marriage, and children. If only she could learn not
to be repulsed at the though of a guy caressing her body.
, 2 days, post #35 |
"Lost In The Snow" by Adrienne Nash|
An horrendous skiing accident leaves the protagonist at or near
death and an advanced clinic, using a miraculous
(pharma-co-magical) technique brings them back to life.
The catch is that they are gender transformed into a genetic
female. The story follows her re-integration into the society she
left behind before the accident but experiencing life from the
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