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Being Nikki by Meg Cabot
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Jun 17, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: ya, meg-cabot

Em Watts is back! In Nikki Howard's body, of course.

If you think Em being in Nikki Howard's body is all easy peasey, boy, you're wrong!

After the death of herself -or her body, to be exact, Em a.k.a Nikki had to face the truth that Christopher, who she had been having a crush on, had turned into a supervillain. Moreover, she couldn't really meet her family & her sister had been accusing her for throwing away her old family.

As if it was not enough, the coming of Steven, Nikki's brother, to search for their mother who had been missing for like three months (the same time like the incident) had finally led them to some truth.

I like Steven & Lulu. Steven, knowing that it wasn't really Nikki, was really supportive. I feel kinda bad for Dr Fong but hey, without him saving off someone, the story wouldn't really be this interesting.

Reading the first few chapters, I was like, well, just like airhead, oh a light read. But who knew this novel could be so secretive? Who said that Nikki Howard's dead? And is Brandon Stark all that good? What about Christopher? Has he really turned into a supervillain just like Em said?

With the help of Christopher & his cousin, Felix, they finally knew that Stark Enterprises held some secrets -and they won't mind killing you for knowing that.
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