It lays out, step by step, how the global elite are positioning the chess pieces, the consequences for each and every one of us, and what we can do right now to insulate ourselves from the inevitability of the manufactured global collapse that will take place as we move forward.
Chloe King was a normal sixteen-year-old girl. She did her homework and got good grades, but she wasn't afraid to ditch class sometimes to hang out with her best friends. She slept at home, but otherwise avoided all human contact with her mom. Then she fell from San Francisco's highest tower, and her life changed.
For starters, she died. And then, she woke up. Now Chloe's life is anything but normal: Suddenly guys are prowling around her, she's growing claws, and someone's trying to kill her. Luckily for Chloe, she still has eight lives to go. Chloe King is a normal sixteen-year-old girl. She may have had extraordinary beginnings — as a Soviet baby adopted by her parents to come and live in San Francisco.
She has her two best friends — Amy and Paul. She fights with her mum all the time. And she resents her father for walking out twelve years ago. And then Chloe fell from Coit Tower.
A foot drop and Chloe walked away. Suddenly she has super speed and cat-like abilities — including retractable claws! I watched the first two episodes and was thoroughly impressed — even more so when I discovered it was based on a YA book series. But after that death-defying feat, Chloe shows little reaction to the changes in her.
She defeats a violent bum on the street, starts leaping tall buildings and growing claws.
I was quite dismayed to read so much teen melodrama in this book, which is amped-up when Chloe starts seeing two guys at the same time — sweet but mysterious Bryan, and the sexy-confident Alyec.
Much to my chagrin. There is potential for a complicated love triangle between Chloe, Brian and Alyec. So I did like the romance. There are paragraphs of action brilliance, in which Chloe shows promise as a Buffy-esque heroine. No urge to fight? Chloe jumped, but it tore her shoulder as it passed.
He had two daggers now, one in each hand. Unfortunately, everything that I love about the show is non-existent in the book. Though this is clearly a supernatural series with a superhero-bent, our catty heroine is more interested in her love life and fractured friendships than discovering the truth behind her transformation.Carousel of Progress is an attraction in Tomorrowland in the Magic Kingdom.
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