In Sophomore Switch, the characters are truly written well. Although often this book portrays California completely inaccurately, it might just help you realize some things about your own life.
Not to mention, the whole story is fun, light, and one really gets invested in the characters. "This riveting tale of two sophomore girls will have readers laughing, guessing, cringing, and unable to turn the pages fast enough." - Sacramento Book Review "Important questions emerge from this frothy novel: Can't smart girls embrace frivolity, beauty and sexuality without guilt.
Can't they have fun and be serious too? Chick lit with a dose of feminism.
Read Common Sense Media's Sophomore Switch review, age rating, and parents guide. SOPHOMORE SWITCH is a good-natured, enjoyable, double "fish out of water" tale, and both Natasha and Emily are intriguing characters.
Although parts of the book tread a bit of expected ground, author Abby McDonald serves up some delightful twists, while managing to tie up the stories in a satisfying manner.--- Reviewed by Terry Miller Shannon Free reading novel Sophomore Switch on website, you can read more type of book at Online reading novels for free.
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