Airhead by Meg Cabot

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The first book in the trilogy is the best series starter I have ever read. Fast paced, thrilling and extremely girly.
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Synopsis

Meg Cabot expands her huge fan base with this slightly darker, more mysterious novel - without losing any of her signature heart and humor.

EM WATTS IS GONE.

Emerson Watts didn’t even want to go to the new SoHo Stark Megastore grand opening. But someone needed to look out for her sister, Frida, whose crush, British heartthrob Gabriel Luna, would be singing and signing autographs there—along with the newly appointed Face of Stark, teen supermodel sensation Nikki Howard.

How was Em to know that disaster would strike, changing her,and life as she’d known it, forever?
 

About Meg Cabot

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Meg Cabot was born in Bloomington, Indiana on February 1, 1967. She recieved a fine arts degree from Indiana University, Meg moved to New York City, intent upon pursuing a career in freelance illustration. Illustrating, however, soon got in the way of Meg's true love, writing, and so she abandoned it and got a job as the assistant manager of an undergraduate dormitory at New York University, and writing on the weekends. Meg wrote both The Princess Diaries and The Mediator: Shadowland (under the name Jenny Carroll), the first books in two series for young adults which happen to be about, among other things, teenage girls dealing with unsettling family issues. Her latest book is entitled, Insatiable. Meg now writes full time, and lives in Key West, Florida with her husband.
 
Published November 1, 2009 by Point. 360 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Kirkus

Above average
Reviewed by Kirkus Reviews on May 20 2010

Although it relies on a somewhat far-fetched premise, the text’s abundant references to current pop culture and Em’s witty character keep this read both grounded and fun.

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Guardian

Good
Reviewed by Pinkbookworm on May 16 2011

The first book in the trilogy is the best series starter I have ever read. Fast paced, thrilling and extremely girly.

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Seventeen

Good
Reviewed by Seventeen on Feb 01 2013

Meg Cabot delivers another charming and hilarious novel, chock-full of witty one-liners. I couldn’t put Airhead down, and I’m definitely going to reread it.

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