Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Review: Chameleon by Cidney Swanson

Chameleon (Ripple, #2)
Cover Source: GoodReads.com
Title: Chameleon
Author: Cidney Swanson
Series: Ripple #2
Version Reviewed: Finished, eBook.

GoodReads Summary:
Sixteen-year-old Samantha Ruiz has a lot on her mind. The crush who kissed her but changed his mind. The BFF who thinks Sam is in an abusive relationship. The geneticist who wanted Sam dead but now wants her ALIVE. And of course, Sam’s still dealing with a tendency to disappear into thin air.
When Sam learns of her nemesis Helmann’s Nazi-like plan to establish a Thousand-Year Reign, she’s determined to fight him. Along with Will and Mickie, Sam flees to France to meet Sir Walter—their best hope for stopping Helmann’s brave new world.
But Sam isn’t any safer in France. Someone is following her. Someone invisible. Sam will have to figure out how to hide from an enemy she can’t even see.
Chameleon practically started right where Rippler left off. We're thrown directly back into the world of Sam and Will and their genetic differences that cause them to "ripple".

I will admit that I didn't fall absolutely in love with these two books, but there is absolutely nothing about them that I disliked. They are very easy to read, are well written, have great characters, and have an intriguing storyline that I swear would be amazing as a movie. There is action, romance, and an interesting twist of abilities that hasn't really been done before.

Rippler and Chameleon are very enjoyable books that make me want to continue the series. That's one way I judge a good book. If it makes me really want to read more. And these books did that for me.

Favorite Character: Will.
Rating: 3 Stars.
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*This book was provided for free by the author for review.


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