Top positive review
An absolute must read!
Reviewed in the United States on February 26, 2021
OMG, that was tense! I need to go meditate or something now … get my blood pressure down. Year of the Chameleon picks up right where the Culling Trials ended. The trials are over, everyone has been sorted into their houses, and the crew is loaded up on buses to head to their individual houses. Immediately, things go downhill and everyone is rerouted to the House of Wonder, where it is made painfully obvious none of the other houses are welcome. Wild quickly learns the system is rigged so the House of Wonder members always come out on top and are always in power. Yeah, that’s not going to fly with Wild and she discovers that didn’t sit well with her brother either. Along with the blatant discrimination, Wild has a hit out on her and the Shadowkiller is systematically looking for her. Wild is usually the one her crew leans on, but this time, she’s going to need them to help her. You will not be able to put this book down. The action is nonstop and the ending will definitely leave you craving for me. I binge read the three Culling Trials books before reading this one and I’m glad I did. Everything was fresh in my mind and I have theories percolating that I’m dying to find out are correct. I can’t wait to see where this story goes and the crazy, wild ride we’ll take to get there. As always, Shannon Mayer delivers.