Publish date: 2009
Pages no: 308
Edition language: English
Series: Airhead (#1)
Just when Emerson (Em) Watts thought things couldn't get worse, her vapid little sister was gushing embarasingly over the launch of a new mall, she rescues said sister from a falling flatscreen tv and wakes to find herself in another body and her life will never be the same again. She has to assume...
3.5 StarsWho would have thought that a book about a girl dying and having her brain transplanted into somebody else's body would be so much fun?!
To see full review click here: http://yalbookbriefs.blogspot.com/ This is a very different Meg Cabot book. Perhaps it's because of the darker tone the series takes, it's not everyday your brain gets put into a different body, but it doesn't come off as light and fluffy as some of Meg's other series...
How many men does that make? Brandon, Justin, and Gabriel have all kissed her. the only one she wants is Christopher and he doesn't really know she exists. It's funny in a sad sort of way. i kind of think she should just give up on him.
Em Watts is smart, confident, and happy with who she is - even if she doesn’t fit into the popular crowd at school. She is content to spend time with her best friend, Christopher, and play Journeyquest until the wee hours of the morning. She doesn’t pay much attention to fashion or pop culture unl...