Pink Chameleon (Silk Sisters, #1)
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Pink Chameleon (Silk Sisters #1)

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Based in the not too distant future, the Silk Sisters trilogy kicks off with 'Pink Chameleon'. The parents of 12 year-old Rorie and seven year-old Elsie have disappeared, and with only their cruel uncle to look after them, the girls are swept off to his miserable boarding school.
Published July 5th 2007 by Orchard Books
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I remember reading this, I think when I was 10 or 12, and I didn find some of the words hard to understand but the concept of the story was sooo coool. I don't remember much but i do remember one scene where the dad is showing the two girls one of his inventions that he made for their mother which was a single piece of clothing that would grow longer and shorter or wide or skinner of change colour and style and size. It basically morphed for what ever the wearer wanted it to be,for every ocasion...more
Think A Series of Unfortunate Events but more girly and without the brilliant word plays. Silk Sisters is still great fun to read, though it is part one in a series and has an open ending...
I read this book when i was 12 years old. And i found it easy to read. I recommend this book for 10+ because i was one of the best readers at my primary school and i failed to read this at 9 years so re tried it at 12. It is an amazing trilogy all must read luv it well done fiona dunbar.
Nov 24, 2010 Livingthelifexnadia rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Teenagers
Pink Chameleon is an amazing book! I enjoyed reading this book and I recommend teenagers to read this book. I loved every minute of it.

Plot: Dressing up has never been such an adventure...
Rorie and Elsie's parents have dissapeared. Just like that. And with only their cruel uncle to look after them, the girls are swept off to his miserable boarding school. But the sisters are determined to escape their uncle's grip- and discover the truth behind their parents' disappearance...
Liz Yardley
Very innovative with its ideas & concepts. The beginning is excellent. However the plot does get a little messy. In the end it (the story) is not as well developed as this writer is capable of, and there are saviour moments of convenience. I may read the next in this series because Dunbar writes well. I like her pace & her ability to show scenes. I also like both of her main characters in this series - she is very good at character development.
I really loved this book! It's about two sisters that live in the future, and their parents disappear one day... they have to movo to live with their mean uncle and hope their parents are still alive! Read to find out their adventures! The sequel is called 'Blue Gene Baby' and there is also a third book! Read the whole trilogy to find out how their story ends!
Grade5 Five
I was liking my book untill i got to the end normally it would be fun and exiting but not in theis book it was plan old boring
P.S. i do not recomend this book.
Ally Chou
An interesting book to read. There were a lot of unusual things happening to the two main characters (which are very impossible).
Author is very imaginative.
Eleanor Tyrrell
Well written book which makes you not want to stop reading it. The other books in the series are v.ry good 2! :)
Picked these up in the hope I'd enjoy them but they're too young for me really and just not enjoyable
Sophie Mashlan
this book is versitile, as it is set in the future, but it has a complex plot. still brilliant though.
This book was pretty good. I recommend it to tweens and teens.
It was amazing!
A really good book
Nia Domonique
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Fiona Dunbar is a British author. She was born in 1961 in Hemel Hempstead and as well as being a writer, she is also an illustrator and a graphic artist. She has written and sometimes illustrated books such as the Silk Sisters trilogies and Toon-Head. Her books, The Lulu Baker trilogies, have also been adapted to become a children's TV series called Jinx.

She now lives in Brooklyn, NY.

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