Read Chameleon in a Candy Store Online Free - Anonymous is back with the intoxicating, darkly dangerous, and wildly addictive sequel to his New York Times bestselling debut novel Diary of an Oxygen Thief.
Picking up the story where it left off, the controversial protagonist of cult classic Diary of an Oxygen Thief retools his advertising skills to seduce women online. It’s a pursuit that quickly becomes a dangerous fixation, often requiring even more creativity and deception than his award-winning ad campaigns. Dazzling, daunting, and darkly hilarious, this spellbinding sequel is a spectacular indictment of a modern love twisted beyond recognition.
This title was previously published as Chameleon on a Kaleidoscope.
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April 02, 2017
Anonymous is still as hateful a character as in Diary of an Oxygen Thief. This time he delves into the life of online dating, and whilst he can be quite abhorrent about his attitude to women, some of his words carry the element of uncomfortable truth.
I'm happy I read it but truly don't know who...
June 15, 2017
Review can also be found at Snow White Hates Apples.
Chameleon in a Candy Store is the second installment to The Oxygen Thief Diaries and unfortunately, it isn’t as great as the first book.
My main issue with this is the disjointed narrative caused by the sectioning. Diary of an Oxygen Thief wo...
July 15, 2017
This was probably a 2-star book until the last 50 pages or so. The author seems to think his experiences with online dating are novel; either that, or he's convinced he knows the best way to document the harsh truths of 21st-century dating and relationships. Neither of these are true. I'd describ...
April 26, 2017
The addictive quality of the Oxygen Thief Diaries, for me, lies in the voice of Anonymous. I can't think of a book in which I despised the narrator as much as him. However, I think it is because Anonymous is so horrific and HONEST a person that I keep reading. This unabashed insight into such a m...
September 02, 2017
Same sociopathic anon narrator from 02 Thief meets girl via online dating. Narrator tells readers that she's very attractive and that her ass is nice. Narrator sleeps with her. Narrator moves on to the next girl. Repeat. That's it, that's literally the whole book.
*Mark Cuban Voice* And for that...
June 20, 2017
If it wasn't for me wanting to steal a good chuck of his analogies in here (I'll give him that), this book would have 1 star.
Reminds me of this: My younger step-brother once took a melantonin and had a crazy dream that was genuinely interesting. Still frightened and mentally exhausted, h...
June 12, 2017
Diary of an Oxygen Thief, as well as Chameleon in a Candy Store, are books written with a rawness that leave them unparalleled by any other modern novel. Some reviews I have read compared this book to the Catcher in the Rye, with a disdainful tone, which seems rather hypocritical; as how can one...
May 21, 2017
After reading Diary of an Oxygen Thief, I was instantly hooked. Finishing off the details of Anonymous's guilt of being a player and alcohol abuse had me very anticipated to read Chameleon in a Candy Store to see where life would take him next. What really drew me into this book was the fact that...
May 29, 2017
If Anonymous had been in my Creative Writing class at San Francisco State and read excerpts of this book, he would have gotten an earful. But I never listened to their opinions, and neither should you, Anonymous. You are an excellent writer, and I finished off your novel in a matter of days. I en...
September 04, 2017
My gosh, what can I say about this book...
After reading the first book, i was hesitant to read this one. Sequels often aren't as good as the original, and I had a lot of questions. How would anonymous' life continue? Were any lessons learned?
However, I was pleasantly surprised with this novel. It...