Jack Brewer of The UFO Trail blog recently reviewed Chameleo and offered some fairly cogent and nuanced insights into the overall nature of the book:
"Chameleo is an entertaining read,
even hilarious at times, but this is not to suggest it minimizes the
potential significance of its otherwise dark subject matter. Robert
Guffey tells the story in sometimes unflattering yet appreciated
frankness of the goings ons among the fringe subculture and the
dysfunctional people who inhabit it. A typical saga of investigator
and experiencer it is not – and it should arguably make us consider
how easily it could have been if the writer had opted to frame the
events in such contexts.
"Readers are bound to agree with some of
Guffey's points and disagree with others, yet he has produced a work
that should be read by those sincerely desiring to better understand
such claims and the people who make them. We can only wonder how many
Dions may be out there who did not happen to have gone to high school
with a future professional writer."
To read Brewer's entire article, click HERE.