Chameleon, by Zoe Kalo (Review)



A Young Adult / Paranormal tale that visits the theme of human psychology.



After being kicked out of her last high school, Paloma finds herself stuck in a convent/boarding school where nuns teach more than just biology and languages. Cruelty runs amock, but not

everything (or indeed everyone) is as it seems.


I found this to be a chilling read full of unique mysteries that spiraled together, forming a complete picture at the very end. It's hard to tell who can be trusted in this YA Paranormal journey. Can Paloma trust her own mind when things start to look bleak? I wasn't sure of the answer at first.

True deception is an art form, as I soon found out through reading Chameleon. As the saying goes, keep your friends close and your enemies closer.



Find the book here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Chameleon-Zoe-Kalo/dp/1542521599/

Recommended for lovers of the paranormal and abnormal psychology.

Rated 5 stars.










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