After a freak accident puts Emerson Watts' brainiac mind in the body of supermodel Nikki Howard, it seems things can't get any worse. Then Nikki's mother mysteriously disÂappears and her brother shows up looking for answers. To top it all off, Em's old best friend Christopher is looking to exact revenge on the corporation responsible for Em's accident.
©2009 Meg Cabot, LLC; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC
The second part of the trilogy of Airhead and it has one of the biggest plot twists ever!! I am dying for the next book to come out. You gotta listen to the trials and tribulations of Em Watts who is now Nikki Howard, supermodel. And will she ever get through to Christopher the love of her life and make him relaise that her brain is in the seemingly blonde bimbo's body? Gotta get this to find out!!!
"Never get enough of Meg Cabot."
Am very upset I have to wait to see what happened.
"Trying to be Nikki"
I heard 6 different audiobooks so far and it was certainly one of my favorites. The serie is incredible. When I was finishing the first - Airhead- I was already purchasing the next two of the serie. I heard them all very fast.
It compares to the Trylle Trilogy as in both cases the life of the main character is abruptly changed when they are in their seventeen and both have to put duty above personal happiness in order to protect those they love.
The story is very clearly naratted. It is easy to understand.
The end moved me a lot, when Christopher finally discovered that Em is still alive in Nikkis body and kisses her but she is forced to leave him in the end
"Not my kind of book"
The plot was over the top....
Narration was fine.
It had a lot of twists and turns so I hung on to the end because of that - but the ending kind of left you hanging.
"Good narration .."
the narrator is so good in the part of the series .. and the story is so much better than airhead
"Insults our intelligence"
I know this isn't a science fiction novel, but it would be nice if the author had taken an hour or two to research the brain so the original premise for the story (a brain transplant into a super model) weren't so blatantly not possible. Brains require oxygen, so a transplant would only be conceivable if the dying patient were in the hospital at the time of death, doctors were ready, and the cause of death were something not related to lack of oxygen. Secondly, even "minor" brain surgery takes a lot of recovery time. The character would not be doing strenuous modeling gigs AND full-time school less than 3 months after a brain transplant. Could we be just a tiny bit real??
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