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Friday, October 26, 2018

Review: Oryon - Changers #2 - T Cooper and Allison Glock-Cooper



Oryon (Changers, #2)


Review: Oryon - Book #2 Changers Series - T. Cooper and Allison Glock-Cooper - May 2016|
After finishing the first book in this series - Drew, the idea had captivated me and drew me in (pardon the pun).  The purpose of every year of high school, to wake up in a different body and become someone new. Then after four years, you can choose who you wish to grow for the rest of your life. The other rule is that you can't expose yourself to Statics - humans who aren't changers. This is Ethan's second year as a Changer. Last year he was a white female and this year it's back to being a boy - but this time he is African-American. For Ethan, this is hard as he is still attending the same school but just not as the same person on the outside. I found this book enjoyable to read as it shows perceptions of skin color as Ethan is treated quite horribly as a black teen and accused of being troublesome. Ethan tries to reach out to Audrey - the girl he fell for last year but can he pretend he's never met her or will line become blurred? At the end of this book, it has a heart-stopping moment which we hope Ethan and his changer friends can be saved as they have been kidnapped by Abiders - these are a rebel army against Changers. I am now looking forward to reading the remaining books in the series, as I am curious to who Ethan will choose to live out the rest of his life as?
For a good teen read,  check out the Changers series by T. Cooper and Allison Glock-Cooper.





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