Wednesday, February 27, 2013

"Chameleon," by Cidney Swanson

This highly-praised follow-up to "Rippler" has over 40 five-star reviews... and is free today!

"This sequel to Rippler was just as strong as the first in the series. This trilogy is full of realistic and lovable characters, beautiful settings, and a TON of awesome history. Everything in the book is presented in a way that makes the outlandish seems believable, and that's a sign of a great writer. I love that this is a young adult book with fantastical aspects that doesn't exactly edge over into the paranormal world of things that go bump in the night-- it's a really refreshing change and I haven't read any other books in this age group that tackle such an interesting topic." -- Amazon reviewer

Chameleon (The Ripple Trilogy-2), by Cidney Swanson

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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 Nazi-geneticist who wanted Sam dead but now wants her ALIVE. All this, and she's still dealing with a tendency to disappear into thin air. When Sam learns of her nemesis Helmann's Nazi-like plan to re-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. Unfortunately, Sam isn't any safer in France. Someone invisible is following her, and now Sam must figure out how to hide from an enemy she can't even see.

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Meet the Author

Hi Everyone! My name is Cidney and I'm a full time writer of young adult science fiction and fantasy novels. (That is, when I can persuade my cat to move off the keyboard.) I'm easily distracted by shiny things such as new book covers, direct sunlight, and Mars set against an inky night sky. My year so far has included learning to milk goats, baking thirteen pies for friends who wanted Wedding Pie instead of cake, and trying to tan my pasty-white Oregon skin. (That last isn't going too well.) If you'd like to visit, I hang out at where I natter on about this and that, assuming I haven't been distracted by something shiny. I live in Oregon's Willamette Valley with my husband, three kids, a dog, and two cats and entirely too much rain.

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