Monday, December 26, 2016

Chameleon by Layden Robinson

Chameleon
by Layden Robinson

My rating: 4 stars

Publication Date: May 20, 2014
Publisher: Layden Robinson
Genre: Dark Fantasy
Page Count: 26 pages
Available from: Amazon

 
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. Think a David Lynch movie meets Stephen King "Wastelands" with a hint of Chuck Palahniuk. 
  
Chameleon by Layden Robinson

ChameleonHave you ever read a book and taken away from it something that no one else seemed to? Have you ever re-read that story and found yourself digging behind the printed words for the secret meaning? Layden Robinson’s CHAMELEON reads exactly as the title suggests. The story almost seems to morph from page to page and reading to reading. What is this? A horror story? A fantasy? A dream interpretation? Is it the despair of one person come alive or a journey to the light for that person?

Be prepared to actually “feel” the characters come to life. Walk into each page as if you are there. Follow one man’s search for what we all seek, peace, hope, love and serenity all while wondering where this is going next?

Probably not mainstream reading, but certainly intriguing, in just a few pages Layden Robinson will trap your mind into a loop of mysteries as you seek to ferret out your own interpretation. The plot and the answers are not easily followed and found, unless you open yourself to a style of reading that is both edgy and enlightening.

I received this copy from Layden Robinson in exchange for my honest review.



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