Book Review: Chameleon by Cidney Swanson (Book Two of the Ripple Series)

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Genre: Supernatural Fiction

Age Recommended: 14 and up

I just recently discovered that there are seven books in this series, not four! I am thrilled and hope to read them all soon!

I felt that this book was a little more confusing than the first; mainly because some of the newly introduced characters have similar names. However, this book is definitely more action-packed which I enjoyed.

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Chameleon

Sam and Will have now broken into a university to steal a book that could solve all of their problems. However, one of the henchmen of the evil scientist finds them and discovers that they can ripple. Sam and Will now know that they are no longer safe but decide to hide this from Will’s sister, knowing that she will make Will move away again.

Later on, Will and his sister start receiving letters from a man claiming to have known the late professor who discovered rippling as a medical phenomenon. Will, his sister, and Sam travel to Paris to meet this man after learning that he is speaking the truth after all.

Once in Paris, Will and Sam receive lessons on rippling and how to connect their minds to speak to one another which would prove to be very helpful when in a tight spot. However, they also learn that since Samantha has just learned to ripple, she is still unable to ripple when she’s nervous or scared. This could cost them their lives.

When the evil scientist catches up to Will and Sam, there’s nowhere to hide…

Will they survive?

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: Chameleon (Ripple Series Book 2)

 

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