A Review of Chameleon by Layden Robinson

What’s it about?

Epic tale of a mysterious man in search of peace, love and eternal answers. An acid trip frenzy that delivers color and intensity the whole way.” is how its described on the Kindle Unlimited page.

What did I think about it?

Chameleon is a story not well-served by the restrictions of fonts and formatting found in e-books.  The straight-forwardness of the formatting wars viciously with the imagery the author is trying to evoke.

Chameleon evokes a story told in a seedy bar, by a spoken-word singer sitting on a bar stool.  Lazy descriptors and cigarette smoke curling together through the air.

I would not call it an Epic Tale by any stretch of the imagination, but it is an interesting read in the right atmosphere. Written in a way you can fall right into.

3 Star Rating

Click here to find Chameleon on Amazon.com

Title: Chameleon | Author: Layden Robinson | Publisher: Self-Published | Publication Date: 2014-5-20 | Pages: 26 | ASIN: B00KHB71QI | Genre: Fiction | Language: English | Triggers: None | Rating: 3 out of 5 | Source: Kindle Unlimited

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