Impostor (Variants, #1) by Susanne Winnacker Review

Title: Impostor (Variants, #1)Imposter

Author: Susanne Winnacker

Pages: 320

Publisher: Hodder Children's Books

Release date:  2nd January 2014

Star rating: 3.5/5 stars

So what's it about?

Tessa has the power to turn into other people. 

She is a Variant and part of the FEA, the Forces with Extrordinary Abilities, a secret part of the FBI. 

Tessa is given her first mission when a serial killer strikes in a small town. 

job is to impersonate Madison, one of the victims, and to find the murderer before he strikes again.

Love it or hate it?

As a fan of super heroes, I was intrigued to read Imposter.  

Tessa was a likeable protagonist who struggled with the idea of posing as someone else and then becomes so attached to Madison's family that she doesn't want to leave them - a result of her childhood.

Imposter was an enjoyable read with a plot that held my attention and kept me guessing as to the identity of the killer.

Reviewer: Jess

Note: I received a copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to Hachette Children's Books and Susanne Winnacker.

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