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Chaos is a very funny book. You feel the bain of high school and life as a semi-god all rolled into one chaotic bow. Maggie, I loved her from the start because she’s not a typical teenager suffering through high school. She makes it interesting and writes an advice column and is under the impression that no one knows. No one knows except the irritating and aggravating bad boy/new guy Mac Finnegan. He makes her mad beyond all reason, which really cracks me up. All he really has to do is look at her wrong and she gets stirred up, which is really hilarious. From the start I knew they were going to have more than that first battle in the hallway and I was right.

Maggie figuring out what she is and trying to control her “powers” was entertaining to say the least. She’s not a normal hormonal teenager, now she’s a hormonal teenager that brings for lack of a better word chaos with her fingers. After putting her ex in a coma things go really crazy. Not to mention the fact that she’s a descendant of hello? She’s what? That is not one thing you hear or learn every day. Her journey was a pleasure to be a part of.

Book Blurb for Chaos

My name is Maggie Raynard. After sixteen years being just plain me, suddenly, when I lose my temper, my fingers become weapons of mass destruction. Turns out I'm a semi-god, descended from Aphrodite. Sounds cool in theory, but when I accidentally put my ex-boyfriend in a coma, things go downhill pretty fast.

Now some new guy named Mac Finnegan has made it his mission in life to continually piss me off. I'm stuck learning how to use my new powers while also dealing with regular high school problems, and with this annoying—and super-hot—guy all up in my business, I'm about to flip out.

But it gets worse. I just learned there's this watchdog council of semis who keeps an eye out for any bad apples. They think I'm the baddest of the bunch and want to take me out before I do any more damage. My nemesis Mac might turn out to be my salvation, only he's got secrets of his own...and they may just kill us both.

Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2014 4.50