Airhead is a young-adult novel by Meg Cabot. It was released on May 13, The sequel, Being Nikki was released in May The third book in the series Runaway has been released as well. . Airhead (); Being Nikki (); Runaway (). "Boy" novel series. The Boy Next Door (); Boy Meets Girl ( ). About the Airhead series by Meg Cabot. Em Watts was Airhead. In Stores Now. Being Nikki. In Stores Now. Runaway. In Stores April 20, Series. Airhead book. Read reviews To ask other readers questions about Airhead, please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Airhead Best Meg Cabot Books. 67 books books). Being Nikki (Airhead, #2) · Runaway (Airhead , #3).
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Airhead (Airhead, #1), Being Nikki (Airhead, #2), and Runaway (Airhead, #3) Book 1. Airhead. by Meg Cabot. · 35, Ratings · 2, Reviews. Runaway is the third and final book in the Airhead YA trilogy by Meg Cabot. the review of this book if you haven't yet read Airhead and Being Nikki - it will have. Airhead Book Series (3 Books). All Formats Kindle Book in the Series. Airhead Book 3: Runaway 2. Airhead 2 Being Nikki by MEG CABOT (). $
Like, omigod this book was SO last year!
Emerson turns out to be a tom-boyish character who has run out of time to confess her true feelings for her best friend, Christopher, who she as fallen -- really hard -- for. She hopes someday that Christopher would notice how she is a girl like any other. Would Emerson really take that risk and jeopardize all those years of friendship? Having a common theme that gets mentioned over and over in popular books would be boring!
It was so boring I fell asleep reading the book!
Not to mention how the author makes everything seem longer than it should be. There would be a twenty-eight page pause that keeps you hanging as the character, poor Emerson, deals with all the problems that sensational super models have to deal with like posing and -- keeping still for almost two hours -- in a painful position.
Cut to the chase already!
The worst role model to look up to. You know them.
Their beauty -- displayed upon pages and pages of magazines, newspapers, ads and billboards -- is shown all over the place. First of all, stop wasting paper!
Second, what kind of message would that influence girls all over the world!? Models are only worth as much as any precious girl living in this world. She finds out she is in Nikki's body when she is kidnapped by Lulu Collins, Nikki's roommate, and Brandon Stark, her on-again, off-again boyfriend and heir to the Stark fortune. Em tries to remember the events that led to her current state and finds out that not only did she die during the accident, Nikki had collapsed from a brain aneurysm at the same time.
In an effort to save Em, her parents agreed to a controversial brain transplant offered by Stark Industries, transplanting her brain into Nikki's body, on the condition that Em continues Nikki's career as the face of Stark Industries; the penalty for breaching this contract would be two million dollars. Em is forced to take on the role of Nikki Howard, all the while struggling with the fact that she does not have control over her life.
She tries to let go of her tomboyish ways to take over Nikki's glamorous lifestyle. Although she is now dealing with Nikki's job, friends, and various boyfriends, she fights to keep some of her old life by going back to school and facing Christopher, whom she has a secret crush on.
As Em follows through with Nikki's commitments, she realizes that the supermodel lifestyle is a lot harder than she perceived it to be. When Em notices that Christopher is now a mess because of her supposed death, she goes out of her way to talk to him, and try to make him realize that she is still alive in someone else's body.
The novel ends with Em bringing Lulu to her family's house for dinner, Em learns that Lulu doesn't have a family and spends most of her time drinking and partying. When asked by Lulu how she knows her family, Em answers, "I don't know where to begin".
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved Children and Young Adult Literature portal Novels portal. Works by Meg Cabot. Royal Wedding All-American Girl Ready or Not: An All-American Girl Novel