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#54: Impostor - Susanne Winnacker

CAN TESSA POSE AS MADISON . . . AND STOP A KILLER BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE?
Tessa is a Variant, able to absorb the DNA of anyone she touches and mimic their appearance. Shunned by her family, she’s spent the last two years training with the Forces with Extraordinary Abilities, a secret branch of the FBI.
When a serial killer rocks a small town in Oregon, Tessa is given a mission: she must impersonate Madison, a local teen, to find the killer before he strikes again.
Tessa hates everything about being an impostor—the stress, the danger, the deceit—but loves playing the role of a normal girl. As Madison, she finds friends, romance, and the kind of loving family she’d do anything to keep.
Amid action, suspense, and a ticking clock, this super-human comes to a very human conclusion: even a girl who can look like anyone struggles the most with being herself.



  • Hardcover: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Razorbill (May 28 2013)
  • ISBN: 9781595146540
  • AMAZON US
    AMAZON CA



Author Bio:
Susanne Winnacker lives with her husband, a dog, and four rabbits in Ruhrgebiet, Germany. She loves coffee (in every shape and form), traveling, and animals. Check out her website at http://susannewinnacker.com


Review:
The ending left so much open for the next book, that you are sure to be eager to keep reading.
This was one cool story too, unlike other shape-shifter stories I have read previously. I also enjoyed all the suspenseful moments. There were even a couple of scary moments where I ended up screaming at the book. You know, it was like watching a horror film, and the girl goes to investigate the noise while you're yelling at the tv, "don't go, run!" Yeah, I yelled at Tessa through the book pages a few times. Got some strange looks from the hubby for it too.
Paranormal fans are gonna love and devour this book just like I did.


4/5


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