Travel with Transformed
Short summary of the trilogy "Transformed"
by Desislava Diuglerian
Diana Vasileva is not your typical radian girl from the seaside town of Burgas – she is distant, cold, and jealously hides her dark side. She fears falling asleep because in the morning, her hands are covered in blood, and her consciousness is burdened by horrific incarnations and the Voices that try to control her. Do not mistake her for being psychologically ill. Insane power and lack of instinct for self-preservation lie within these genes.
Diana dreams of a scientific career and is an outstanding student majoring in physics. Even though she is an outsider in the eyes of the little friends she has, she continuously tries to find a balance between normal life and normal human relationships. However, after several challenging life lessons, she is forced to give up this unequal fight and admit to herself that she does not fit into the world of ordinary people.
She begins to realize this after her chance encounters with the vampire – Alexander. The world she has known starts to slip through her fingers like sand, while the violence and strange coincidences begin to push her into recklessness. She gains awareness that she possesses power bound to creatures that crave her blood and abilities. Left without family and friends, Diana will have to mature to learn the truth – the truth about her origin, the history of the Earth, and for real sensible life—that which is behind the theater curtain. She is kidnapped and forcibly taken to a training center for the so-called Transformed. However, instead of coming to terms with the pain of Alexander’s betrayal, the rebellious Diana decides to ally herself with another vampire and steals important documents and discoveries from the vampires. While on the horizon emerges a new, secretive, and mind-boggling superior vampire, who is also her martial art coach, she starts to put the pieces of her life puzzle together.
Once upon a time, on Earth, a great alien race entered into competition with another great race, and each side bred its own warriors. Millennials later multiplied the participants in the war. The Earth turns out to be overpopulated, and no one seems to care about the fate of ordinary humans before their transformation into Transformed, crossbreeds, and Strategists. Genetic experiments, staged religious wars, assassinations with lethal weapons…
Diana fears the fate of being converted into a “Transformed” by a vampire and being forced to become a warrior, killing for the interests of the bloodsuckers against their fellow Secondary – mutated Soreians also addicted to human blood. However, this happens in a ridiculous incident, in which she deliberately involves one of the strongest vampires from Soreia – The Watcher Theodore, a member of the most secret society–controlling all the highest ranks of vampires and interfering cardinally in the fate of earthlings.
Forcefully transformed into what she fears, Diana nevertheless accepts her fate later as the Pretender Bedrovska, the future queen of the Transformed. Her origin turns out to be the best-kept secret to which few society conspirators have more than a comfortable access. They have decided to conceive of her! She is a relative of the most gifted race, tracing its origins to cold Siberia, and another race considered extinct – the Atlanteans. Forced to choose between vampires and Secondary, to search for her roots far from the past, since the birth of humanity, Diana realizes that nothing is as it seems – science, religion, human values…
Nonetheless, she is now stronger than ever, and is not afraid of blood. Immortal. Unscrupulous. Determined to get revenge on the Secondaries, stop the Followers of Jesus, and protect the last survivors she cares about. She is destined to tip the scales in the right direction to create a New Order on Earth.
Her descent has propelled her to the heights of evolution, but she is still weaker than some Secondaries, especially their King Avriel and his Commander-in-Chief sister Anita Tision. Immortal and cruel, they set out to destroy her. At least it seems so.
Hatred of her greatest enemy and his ruthless race became a desperate battle of life and death when she was kidnapped by him and forced to see through the lies of the Council of Watchers and the Queen of the Transformed Issia. However, as Diana once again undergoes a painful transformation, now into a being who refuses to reckon with traitors and enemies, the hatred of a brutal king passes not without shock into a desperate passion and a slow acceptance of the cruel truth – she has always been lied to and manipulated until now. Death ceases to be a factor that Diana must consider.
She can read the minds of her enemies like an open book, kill them with just the power of her thoughts, and can even control their emotions. She finally fulfills the role she was born to play – to be the perfect killer and creator of a new world of ruins and blood. She drinks blood to live, manipulates Secondary Generals, and destroys any individual dangerous to humanity, but the price is too high. Diana is forced to go beyond the bounds of her conscience, and even if her goal is justified, she must ultimately be obliterated.
However, invisible enemies still exist.
Arviel undergoes his own painful transformation and discovers, surprisingly, that he can feel and that he may not only think of death with ecstasy. The King of Secondary will make the greatest sacrifice – saving the only woman he could not kill with his thoughts–the Thinker Diana Bedrovska.