- Title: Chameleon On A Kaleidoscope
- Author: Anonymous
- ISBN: 9780615670195
- Page: 149
- Format: Paperback
Welcome to the age of Anti Social Media.Exchanging alcoholism for sex addiction the controversialwriter of underground cult classic DIARY OF AN OXYGEN THIEF retools his advertising skills to seduce women online It s a pursuitthat quickly becomes an obsession often requiring even creativity than his award winning ad campaigns, but don t worrythere are plenty of breaks.Welcome to the age of Anti Social Media.Exchanging alcoholism for sex addiction the controversialwriter of underground cult classic DIARY OF AN OXYGEN THIEF retools his advertising skills to seduce women online It s a pursuitthat quickly becomes an obsession often requiring even creativity than his award winning ad campaigns, but don t worrythere are plenty of breaks For commercials Dazzling, dauntingand darkly hilarious CHAMELEON ON A KALEIDOSCOPE is a spectacular indictment of modern media and our increasing reliance on it.
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I'm so glad I decided to go on in this series. This book was just as crazy as the first. If you didn't like the first, you will not remotely like any of the Anonymous's work. This book was somewhat better? I felt like it was funnier and had more of the speaker's elements than the first book did. I loved the crazy elements in the story and I CANNOT WAIT FOR EUNUCHS AND NYMPHOMANIACS TO COME OUT.
I knew after hating the first book I should not have read this one. Unfortunately, I bought both books at the same time, and I refused to let it go untouched. Anonymous has never heard of a comma. EVER! The book is a jumbled mess. I just kept asking myself why I was reading a book with no purpose.
Earlier today I said Fallen was probably going to be the most jumbled mess I read in 2017. I knew I'd spoken too soon but I didn't realise I was going to be proven wrong on the same day I read the damn thing. This book wasn't written; it was committed.
Do not buy this book. I read Diary of an Oxygen Thief because I saw the first page posted on social media and it looked interesting. It was different, dark, honest and intriguing to see how this guy's head worked. However, Chameleon on a Kaleidoscope is so bad I'm actually angry that I wasted my time. Slight spoiler (although nothing great happens in this book to spoil anywhere, there is absolutely no plot), the author rants the entire book about how he is old and does not want to settle down du [...]
I read the author's first book Diary of an Oxygen Thief earlier this month and thought it was brash but interesting at the same time. This follow up book I felt was better even though it's chock full of grammatical errors. Perhaps because I knew what to expect from the author this second time around I wasn't as annoyed by his brashness. Bottom line is I enjoyed both books and will read any more that are yet to come.
Perhaps not as good as Oxygen Thief, but still up to par with my expectations. I have to admit, I enjoy the author's asshole-ish ways. It is what it is with him. I think the world of online dating was an interesting subject for "Anonymous" to submerge his addictive nature in for this book. And in all honesty, with the prevalence of online dating, how many of us have a friend who we know is addicted to it? It's rampant, therefore this book is rather timely. Dating sites may have started out being [...]
Cheeky, reflective, unsettling, the story appeals to our baser instincts Perhaps it's Schadenfreude -- I found myself at once commiserating with and laughing out loud, eyes sparkling, at the narrator's neuroses and hilariously recounted misadventures. I honestly didn't know whether I was wanting to slap him, hug him, or jump his bones. The writing is tight and well-paced and the 150-ish pages fly by, leaving me wanting more, anxious to find out what happens next in this man's colorful life. An i [...]
Not as good as the first one and the grammatical or typographical errors really started to annoy me. Seriously, get a proofreader. I'm completely unsympathetic to the "author" through this one and I wonder if it is because I spent good money on bad publishing - not necessarily bad writing or storyline. It would have been 4 stars if not for the TERRIBLE presentation.
Amazing authorIts basically still diary of an oxygen their but the fact that he wrote another after that about how he still manages to fall for next gal is hopeful.but he is a fuckboy but he's a normal bloke its a mad ting. He's so humble for someone who stacks bare p as well u kno.
This book was not as good as the first book. It just seemed to go forever and not really go anywhere. The author should have left he story at the first book and not continued on. I did not like how repetitive the book was either. I couldn't finish the book so I dropped it.
I got more & I demand the next installment
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 be dismissive about a novel so truthful? The character of Holden is only fictional, while the anonymous account explores what it's like to isolate oneself from phonies, in the modern world. Above all, th [...]
Chameleon On A Kaleidoscope is more or less an updated, modern version of the first book, Diary of an Oxygen Thief. The main character uses his stellar advertising skills to pursue women online. His methodology of going about it and his thought process behind it mirrors that of a psychopath. Soon his manipulating hobby becomes an obsessed, becoming a chameleon to fit the wants of others. Through social media and dating sites he shows just how consumed we have become in profile pictures and onlin [...]
I thoroughly enjoyed the book but my biggest issue with it is how horrifying the truth of the final pages are. It pokes fun at itself and makes you guess even more and more about the incredulously self-aware author. The anonymous author also basically crafts a few conspiracy theories about who they are. Great book with great foreshadowing. The author makes you feel and that is a true test of great literature. It is brash, crude, and honest. I would not recommend to kids but an angsty teen could [...]
The series of these books were amazing. They were so blunt and enlightening of the media. I kinda liked reading about how he seduced these girls only to break them off. Weird right? This book almost makes you (the reader) seem as though you have this addiction as well and it's very intriguing! I loved chameleon and if you liked the first book you'll sure to like this one! I've seen a lot of people saying this book is "jumbled," but that's exactly the point. He's an addicted, careless man and tha [...]
This book is so well written and it's different to the books I generally read just because I always hesitate to young adult books and this has a more adult feel to it due to its topics. The oxygen thief series is one to definitely keep an eye out on, it's an amazing series that deserves way more credit. In comparison to the first book, I enjoyed this one more just because of its mor intriguing content. Plus both books look really aesthetically pleasing so that's always a bonus 😂
There's many reasons I enjoy this book and others from this author. It invokes a lot of emotion, mostly anger. Especially being a female that's encountered men like this. But on the other side of it, I can relate. He's very blunt with his intentions with women and dating. It's interesting seeing a man's perspective on how and why they treat women the way they do. Really keeps your interest, can't wait to read the third book!
A welcomed addition to The Diaries.If you have read Diary of an oxygen thief, then you must continue with the intelligent wit and realistic outlook on love and internet dating, within the Chameleon on a Kaleidoscope. This is definitely added onto my small list favourite books. Something a little more realistic with a comical edge and incredibly entertaining character to follow throughout, this is a must read.
I love this book! I recommend people to read it because it shows you how you to have to hope to change and unique. It's really something that you should know about man. and same as his first book diary of an oxygen thief really good book to read to. chameleon is a hilarious book but dark. really interesting book! RECOMMEND IT!
Well I found the first book, Diary of, entertaining in that it was an atypical telling of a twisted story line. Even though his treatment of women is sick, he does get a karmic reaction. In this book, though still entertained by the atypical twisted views, I was just more interested in finishing than savoring
I loved it. Looking forward to book 3. Typos aside, it's an easy read. Very entertaining and true depiction of today's social media society.I'll never understand the negative reviews that sound like this "I hated the first book, I can't believe I wasted time on the second."Hmmmmmm🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔Great read!!!!
The sequel the diary of an oxygen thief as good as the second. The plot is him, online dating. His failures and his successes. Over all great read.
Not as good as the first but just as terrible in a sense
A really good read. One of my favourite authors who never ceases to amaze, entertain and shock. If you can grab a copy then do so. Always great reading something so raw and honest.
I liked this book, not as much as the first one but its close. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes dark mysterious books.
"Makes mad men look like sad men" This time our real life protagonist exchanges alcoholism for what it seems like sex addiction. Yup, just when you thought life finally stop badgering you about one thing.As the age of technology graciously unfolds itself into your humble abode. Welcome yourself in to fitting this era's standards, overshadowed by social media duress, plus our heavy dependence on it.Notoriously mesmerizing. I definitely sensed the depth in this one. More issues were touched while [...]
Let me begin by saying I realize how bad this is going to sound considering the book I'm referring to. Reading a book and being fully immersed by the characters is a great experience. Reading a book and being able to completely swap out the characters with yourself and others you know is a different kind of experience. Maybe not completely, but enough that for a moment or two you forget you're reading someone else's thoughts. Great follow-up that doesn't start off quite as nicely as Oxygen Thief [...]
First of all, I love the snarkiness of this author's voice. He doesn't give a shit, and it shows in the way he views the world. After the Diary of an Oxygen Thief, the author of this story has kept up with his AA meetings while working for advertising and trying to make his move as an author. His new obstacle? Online dating. It's easy for him to scope out potential partners no matter where he goes, and he finds himself in a slew of hilarious dates and scenarios. When he finally stumbles across M [...]
DNF'd it at who knows what number page because this shitty production does not number it's pages. The first book by Anonymous felt painfully Holden Caulfield-esque, and as someone who doesn't understand the appeal of Catcher In The Rye, I wasn't a fan. But I tried to acknowledge that it did have some merit, it just wasn't for me. However, this sequel continues the rambling stream of consciousness, except maybe sans an editor. Nope.
I read this book in one sitting. It was so intriguing and I just needed to know what happened next. I find these books to be really easy to get lost in. It's The most erotic book I've ever read and that's definitely not a bad thing. Definitely don't recommend it to anyone under 18 lol. Read this book you won't put it down until you're done. I can't wait for the third book!
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