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The Chameleon Sagas, Book I

Man is not at the top of the food chain and hasn't been for a very long time.

  Shipton-under-Wychwood is a sleepy English village where Kate Henson  arrives to study at theatre school. She meets the son of the local peerage, and they fall deeply in love, however, they come from two very different worlds.
      Something is not quite right, and as more mysterious deaths occur in the nearby town of Oxford, the truth finally begins to unravel exposing a world hidden in plain sight. A world far more terrifying and deadly than anyone could imagine. Between England and Croatia the body count rises as a struggle for power emerges.
     An accidental event turns the wheels of fate and our lovers find themselves caught in the middle. One finds the truth and the other....well, vampires don't exist, everyone knows that... but the myths and legends behind them do.
      Sadly, one will die, while the other remains immortal. Forced apart how can they ever be together? The answer comes from the unearthing of an ancient and frightening secret society of deadly creatures masquerading as humans. Mankind is not at the top of the food chain and hasn’t been for a very long time.
    Finally, an amazing destiny is discovered from within the ancient world of the Chameleon.

Wyrdwood Publications • Paperback/eBook • 2013 • 
9780987998071 $15.00/$1.99 Age Range: YA, Adult
Genre: Young Adult Fiction Mystery, Suspense, Thriller • Supernatural

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'Edain Duguay‘s Chameleon took me back to my teenage roots and old dreams of finding a cute boy with strange supernatural gifts who would fall madly in love with me. Her heroine, Kate, is alternately full of fire and of dread, just as I remember from my own youth. She tries on different personas and Duguay does a marvelous job of capturing how intimidating just being yourself can be as a teenager. Her struggles with fitting in with her rich classmates, being the new girl and finding friends are poignant and skillfully depicted. [...] Chameleon was an enjoyable start to the series and I’m looking forward to picking up the sequel. It’s a quality young adult romance, but also appropriate for all ages.' To read the rest of the review go HERE.

'Author Edain Duguay has written the beginning of what I hope is a very long series. A new work of mystery and fantasy set in the here and now. Where our day to day lives seem absolutely normal, until you find out the truth. (...) This story is what Twilight could have been, and so much more!' 
 ~  The Geeky Godmother
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