Kaleidoscope is sequel to Stim in Stim series. In this book we can read Chloe's journal and story about living with Asperger and Bipolar Disorder. Kaleidoscope kind of follows the same line as Stim did. The main character, Chloe, shares her thoughts and perspective about disorders she has. We also have the main character, who forgets taking her medication (like Robert did in Stim) and acts odd and reckless as a consequence. Chloe's world is shaken both figurately and literally, because the earthquake aftershakes occur throughout the story,
Kaleidoscope is foremost an entertaining read. It isn't depressing, although the main character has several disorders. Kaleidoscope helps to gain insight to young woman's life ruled by Bipolar Disorder and Asperger's in lighthearted and humorous way and this is the reason I enjoyed reading both books in the series, Stim and Kaleidoscope.
Overall rating: ★★★★
Kevin Berry is an indie author. His particular niche is writing Aspie New Adult contemporary novels set in an earthquake zone. The first of these is STIM, published in October 2013.
His first novels, co-written with Diane Berry, are Dragons Away!, Growing Disenchantments and Fountain of Forever (humorous fantasy). These are available as paperbacks and ebooks at Amazon and elsewhere.
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