Too surreal to call it a story

Chameleon - Layden Robinson

The description says that this is, "An acid trip frenzy that delivers color and intensity the whole way."


That about sums it up. The whole thing is pretty disjointed and non-linear. Sort of a stream of consciousness work with swearing interspersed with poetic language, but ultimately not much of a story.


It lacks description and dialogue, but we're given the impression of some form of evil presence following the protagonist, who finds safety with strangers. I suppose you could say it's the stuff of nightmares, but not particularly scary.