Author: Meg Cabot
Series: Yes (1st book)
Publication Date: May 13, 2008
Main Idea: If you were like me and have burnt yourself out on dystopians, fantasy, realistic fiction, or whatever, hop on over to your local library or bookstore and give Airhead a try!
Okay, so this review may seem kind of random, considering this book came out like years ago, however, who doesn’t love some Meg Cabot?
This is actually the first Meg Cabot book I have ever read. shocker. I know. But, I’ve been so busy trying to keep up with the latest and greatest books that I have let older books fall to the side. But I’m so glad I picked this one up.
Y’all, the premise is weird. Like what actually happens is crazy! But I can’t give it all away, but basically our main character, Emerson gets knocked out and wakes up in a super famous super model’s body. Wait, what? Yep, that’s actually what happens. Before she “became” a famous super star, she was a cheerleader hating, videogame playing tomboy. So, imagine her surprise when she wakes up and realizes she has to be a supermodel for the rest of her life. That would be a shocker. So the story pretty much follows Em and crazy antics that ensue after she begins to live in someone else’s body.
To be honest… I’m not even sure what really even happens throughout the whole book. It is just a whirlwind of funny scenes, funnier scenes, and outrageous predicaments. And, it is a trilogy! So, I will definitely be picking the other two up soon.