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Airhead by Meg Cabot
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Jan 14, 2012

it was amazing

Meg Cabot is back with her new book Airhead- her first teen book with Scholastic and it's definitely a change from previous novels. While it's not exactly supernatural, you could say the book is a new age science fiction mixed with chick lit. In Airhead, Emerson Watts- Em for short- is forced by her mother to take her fourteen year old sister Frida to the new Stark Megastore opening so she could meet new hit singer-songwriter Gabriel Luna. But disaster hits- literally- and Emerson wakes up to find that she isn't who she thinks she is and finds that she has become model Nikki Howards. With out giving away the whole plot line, we can't tell you what happens but we can say that it surely isn't a spirit transfer no matter how much F.O.N (Friend of Nikki's) LuLu Collins swears that it's true. But now Em has to deal with being a supermodel, juggling boyfriends, and getting her best friend Christopher to realize that she is still Em. This story truly defines what a search-for-self novel really is.

This story is different than any other Meg Cabot book you've read before. If you're a fan of The Mediator or the 1-800 series, then you'll enjoy this book. While- like mentioned before- it isn't supernatural, you're sure to like this especially if you like to read glamour books. Although it isn't like her normal reads, it still has that Meg Cabot touch that you will find familiar. If Airhead is a sign to come then I can't wait for Abandon.
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