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Em was sure there couldn’t be anything worse than being a brainiac in the body of a teenaged supermodel. But it turned out she was wrong. It turns out she has a mother who’s gone mysteriously missing, a brother who’s shown up on her doorstep demanding answers, a former best friend who’s intent on destroying Stark Enterprises, and a British heartthrob who’s written a song about her that’s topping the charts. How can Em balance all that with school and runway shows – especially when she’s got ex-boyfriends crawling out of the woodwork who want more than just a photo op, a sister who is headed to the high school cheerleading championships, and a company she represents that seems to be turning to the dark side Not to mention trying to convince the love of her life that models aren’t really airheads after all HardcoverFirst editionpages.
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She sounds quaint, simplistic and a bit plain but to me that is often more pretty than a clearly bleached, obviously artificial look.
See 1 question about Being Nikki…. Lists with This Book. Dec 18, Lilian rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Wait,no,not me,Brandon Stark,thats my life wish. He ticks me off.
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But-but-but-but Christopher f-f-f-f-found out. I just finished the book 66 seconds ago. When I found out that Christopher knew about the surgery,oh god my face resemble to this one: Lord,if I would of known this book had so manyy Nikki the real one!! Can I pretty pleaseeee kill them!? Jun 25, Parvathy rated it liked it Recommends it for: Having read “Airhead” the first book in the series I couldn’t stop myself from wanting to know what happens next and decided to read “Being Nikki”. Surprisingly it was more enjoyable than the previous one, as it did not suffer from the occasional trip down the memory lane which was in abundance in “Airhead”.
She thinks too much. Of course it is the writing style followed throug Having read “Airhead” the first book in the series I couldn’t stop myself from wanting to know what happens next and decided to read “Being Nikki”.
Of course it is the writing style followed throughout the book but then why should she be so redundant in her thoughts. For example whenever she comes across any boy who is slightly interested in her she goes on a reminiscence of her ex-best friend who is the only boy she is interested in and who having no idea about her identity hates her.
When I first started reading this book I thought thank god this book doesn’t start like all the other “part of a series” books that starts by recounting the events of the previous books but after reading further in to the book I realized a small recounting of events at the beginning was so much better than encountering them in every other chapter in the book.
Least to say reading through this was extremely tiresome. Nevertheless the story was enjoyable and the characters though cliche leaves a lasting impression especially the character of Steven Howard. Sep 25, Cyndi rated it really liked it. Everyone id trying to use her. Lots and lots of plot development with the characters growing without losing their personalities. Good book, very important to the series. Remember to read them in order.
Sep 27, Merrie Haskell added it. MUCH better ending than the previous Airhead book. Still a cliffhanger, but one that felt like, you know, I’d gotten a complete book out of the situation. I actually had a moment of genuine vicarious romantic thrillage towards the end.
Because I am old and have read too many romances, it’s hard to get that thrill anymore. I read romances nowadays for the other reasons one reads romances, but seriously, my own romantic life has been good enough that getting excited over other people’s “I lov I read romances nowadays for the other reasons one reads romances, but seriously, my own romantic life has been good enough that getting excited over other people’s “I love you” is no longer what it’s about.
Being Nikki (Airhead, #2) by Meg Cabot
The Airhead series is about a girl who gets a brain transplant shhhh And keep her true identity a secret. There’s enough tension in this wonderfully absurd scenario that not only did I run out and buy the next book, but that my toes curled at one point!
Such a fun series, in a totally awesome-ridiculous way. BTW, if you think the Airhead series premise is too much, that’s only because you don’t know nikii Pregnesia. At the end of the last book we were questioning whether Christopher finally understood the meaning of the dinosaur stickers Em in Nikki’s body left for him.
When she returns to home, a stranger awaits her. He is none other than Nikki’s brother! Em had no idea, Lulu had no idea, heck, no one in the world knew Nikki At the end of the last book we were questioning whether Christopher finally understood the meaning of the dinosaur stickers Em in Nikki’s body left for him. Em had no idea, Lulu had no idea, heck, no one in the world knew Nikki Howard had a brother because Nikki kept her family and her roots a big big secret.
Lulu had her dial to love-sick puppy mode as soon as she laid eyes on Nikki’s brother. It was funny how far she went to get him to pay her a little attention.
She was living in her own bubble!
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Em was really cynical in this book. She lost her identity half way in the book when she discovered Christopher actually liked her. Em keeps referring to herself in third person as the ‘dead girl’ and even says how she was jealous of the ‘dead girl’ whom Christopher liked.
Have some respect self-respect, girl! The addition of Nikki’s brother was refreshing because he seemed to be the most normal character. Ignoring Em’s attitude and narrative, the plot was quite good. There was a good mystery that fueled me into finishing the book. Em enlists the help of Christopher and his computer genius cousin Felix. It was through hacking classified information that Christopher discovered the truth about Em’s brain procedure.
The big revelation that Nikki didn’t suffer from a brain aneurysm but purposely murdered by Stark was something I saw coming but nevertheless was impactful, what with Nikki stepping out of the shadows and revealing herself in an average girl’s body. The cliffhanger was cool. I never expected Brandon Stark to have the brains to be manipulative and threaten Em to play along with his game to ensure the safety of her family, the Howards and Christopher.
Being Nikki was fun and didn’t take things too seriously, which made for easy reading. But her brain was still functioning. Life is a dizzying whirl of killer heels, designer togs, amorous boyfriends popping out of the woodwork and fashion-shows where she might have to prance about in nothing more than the bare essential bits o’ clothing.
While she has been forced to keep mum on the whole brain-transplant operation, she uncovers a few mysteries that threaten to burst upon secrets, whether Stark wants them to or not. I read this book on the same day that I watched Inception…so what with the sub-conscious invasions to the brain transplants, you can just imagine the crazy, Burtonesque dreams that I had last night! Nov 29, Myra Sullivan rated it it was amazing. When normal, average, teenager Emerson Watts finds herself in the body of a supermodel, things suddenly get a lot more complicated.
I’m SO glad I read it! The first book in the series was “okay”. But the ending was enough of a cliff-hanger to make me want to read book 2 and find out what happened.
I don’t know what to say. All I’m doing is sputtering. I was completely taken aback by the turn the book took towards the end. I never saw it coming. Meg Cabot it known for her hilarious, flirty, fun books. But I’d be lying if I said she couldn’t come up with a killer plot. How does she do it? Somehow she incorporated something completely serious into the Airhead series. And she did it so WELL. She is definitely one of my favorite authors. And now I have become a die-hard fan and am going to end up buying all of her books.