Below is a brief except from Ray Christopher's "Otherwordly Weirdness on Our Own World," the latest review of Chameleo:
"In Chameleo (O/R Books,
2015), Robert Guffey’s friend Dion has the continuity of his
consciousness severely corrupted. Dion’s reality is already shaky at
best, so Guffey sets out to document and investigate the odd goings on
around Dion. Quoting Theodore Sturgeon, Guffey says, 'Always ask the
next question.' Chameleo turns on this very fulcrum: It is a
series of next questions asked not necessarily until the questions are
answered, but until all of the possibilities are exhausted."
To read Christopher's entire review, click HERE.