Isadora's family is seriously screwed up.
Of course, when you're the human daughter of Egyptian gods, that comes with the territory.
Isadora's sick of living a life where she's only worthy of a passing glance, and when she's offered the chance to move thousands of miles away, she jumps on it. But as much as Isadora tries to keep her new world and old world apart, she quickly realizes there's no such thing as a clean break when it comes to family.
Chaos is filled to the brim with Kiersten White's trademark witty, snarky and fun characters. Isadora, Ry, Tyler and the supporting cast are people you want to hang out with. They are full of smack talk, sarcasm and foot-in-mouth syndrome. Having spent her life secluded with only her family around, Isadora is desperate to get out from under her mother's thumb, so when her mother sees trouble, Isadora goes to stay with her brother in San Diego, where she gets herself a group of friends, the interest of a mysterious hot boy and an unidentified evil bent on destruction.
Isadora is bitter. As a devout disbeliever in love and relationships, Isadora tries to keep her distance from everyone, and rebels by doing her best to disavow her heritage, but is drawn into a plot to destroy her family. Can she learn to let people in and save her family?
I loved Paranormalcy, so it was with great trepidation I picked up Chaos. I was delighted to enjoy it so much. It's fast-paced, fun and a great way to spend an afternoon!
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