The third book in C. D. Bell's celebrated Weregirl Trilogy, "a page-turner as well as a thought-provoking examination of what it means to be human." --5-stars, Foreword Reviews
"...the drama doesn't let up!" --Booklist Reviews
Three sisters, together for the first time since birth: Nessa Kurland, a werewolf with powers she has learned to control. Delphine, who grew up knowing there was more to their family's story than was being said. And finally: the chimera, a construction of their father's lab, whose very existence threatens them all.
Now that all three live at their father's property and laboratory facility in the Pacific Northwest, what will the family's future hold?
Nessa has begun summoning a new skill that she does not understand: halos of color are appearing around people and animals, but what do they mean? And why are the darkest shadows surrounding Delphine?
Who are the kids that lurk in the dark corners of the woods? Are there other wolves and shifters that Nessa doesn't know about?
Daniel Host, Nessa's father, has called together a group of special researchers and scientists to view the ultimate creation. All eyes are on him.
And a storm is coming...
In WEREGIRL: TYPHON, the epic conclusion of the WEREGIRL Trilogy, Nessa must decide between science, magic, and family...and she must stop the evil that threatens all three.
Praise for the WEREGIRL Trilogy
"November's Must-Read YA Book of the Month" --Teen Vogue
"...this series offers an interesting twist for readers still wanting to sink their teeth into shape-shifter lore. Throw in a strong female lead and an interesting Dr. Moreau-like medical thriller, and this has the makings of a hit." --Booklist Reviews
"Being a teenage girl isn't easy--and it's even more difficult when you're a werewolf....Chimera is a page-turner as well as a thought-provoking examination of what it means to be human, " --5-stars, Foreword Reviews
"Oh yes, werewolves are still very much a thing. You'll be the coolest aunt if you gift the Weregirl trilogy this holiday. Chimera, the second installment, just came out this fall." --Hello Giggles
"A captivating read with a self-reliant heroine, Chimera is a choice pick for public library fantasy collections and personal reading lists. Also highly recommended is the previous novel, Weregirl."--Midwest Book Review