Saturday, June 15, 2013

Impostor by Susanne Winnacker (Variants, #1) Book Review


Impostor (Variants, #1)  by Susanne Winnacker Book Review

Rating
★★★★ 
4 out of 5 stars

Tessa is a variant. She can touch someone and absorb their DNA, and shape shift "mimicking their appearance. After being shunned by her parents Tessa spends two years with the Forces with extraordinary abilities, a secret extension of the FBI."

A serial killer is tearing through a small town in Oregon. After the latest attack on a local teen Tessa is sent to impersonate her in hopes of luring and catching the killer.

Tessa a child of a neglectful family finds is easy to get caught up in Madison's life who is loved by friends and family alike. She struggles with trying to be Madison and solve this case and being Tessa without losing herself in Madison's life although everything she's ever hoped for.

Riveting, compelling, and heart pounding. This book was unputdownable. It gave suspense, romance, thrill and heart. I had high hopes for this book and they were met. This book was cleverly written and very well done.


My only problem *spoiler alert* was when I found out who the killer was. I really hoped for it to be someone else. I wanted that extra wow factor but the choice of kiler didn't take away from how wonderful this book really was. It wouldve taken four stars to five. It was so refreshing to read a book with such an original idea. YA books these days are getting awfully repetitive. This is a breathe of fresh air and I will highly recommend it to all of my friends and followers.


Recommended for lovers of suspense and paranomal novels. Just great definitely a new favorite. Squee I just loved it!  :P

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