Date: 04/24/20 10:22 pm Title: Chapter 1
Interesting story, but seemed more of a synopsis for a much longer and more detailed version.
I think Georgi was way too accepting of his sudden change into a woman. It seemed cold and practical. As a fellow engineer I guess I can relate. No crying, hormones, fat pants?
It also would have been nice to read of specific events in Georgia's new life. She is supposed to be learning what it's like to be female, but there is not much detail presented.
Finally, Georgi dies a slow identity death as his male memories fade away. We are left with a person who has always been female. How can he learn to better appreciate women if he has nothing to compare it with? If he went through the same type of experience as both genders he would have something to reflect on and learn from. It would be like me trying to explain childbirth, having never been through it.
Overall, I like your creativity and imagination. I hope you will continue to write stories that you like, in the style that enables you to express yourself. Best wishes, Elron.
Author's Response: You can say that I write myself the stories I like to read since there are pretty few of them at this netsite. Much of the point of this story is that there is a certain limit to how much You can learn about other people's minds, especially when there is a major biological difference. So Amanda wants him to learn about her life to the bottom but there is only one way that can be done - by going into it... In the end fully and completely. Likewise I think that there is a limit to how much a man is able to appreciate a wife. The point here is that she is wanting something that is at the end of the day impossible. But she shouldn't complain, after all she gets a lifemate better attuned with her...