Runaway- Teen Fic. By Meg Cabot- 3rd in Series  » Books  »
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  • Please be warned that I recommend reading Airhead first, then Being Nikki, and finally Runaway for the full experience and understanding
  • Personally, I found this book just a tad bit lower in suspense over Being Nikki
  • The end was amazing, but it seemed as if the author just rushed things along
  • Although I adore this whole series, and the conclusion is extremely satisfying, I think Meg Cabot should have added more adventure and broadened on her main plot points, instead of playing up the smaller things

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      One of my favorite books of all time has always been, and always will be, Meg Cabot’s Airhead series. It’s filled with drama, teen love, and something most books just don’t offer.

      Adventure.

      Meg Cabot always starts each book off with a grip, and this, is by far no exception.

      Please be warned that I recommend reading Airhead first, then Being Nikki, and finally Runaway for the full experience


      and understanding.

      Runaway begins almost right where Being Nikki left off.

      Emerson is captured by Brandon, and the real Nikki is causing a giant fuss.

      All Em wants to do is to get her love, Christopher back, and he wants to bring down the cooperation Em is forced to work for.

      Em also wants to find out why Nikki’s boss killed her in the first place.

      People just don’t kill others- Nikki knew a secret that may mean life or death for all of them.

      And of course, we can’t forget about Em’s home problems.

      How can a supermodel’s mom be sure her daughter is safe when she isn’t even supposed to be her real mom? But when things take a turn for the unexpected, can Christopher forget what happened before and help Em reveal what her boss ...


      • Runaway- Teen Fic. By Meg Cabot- 3rd in Series
      is doing? Personally, I found this book just a tad bit lower in suspense over Being Nikki.

      The end was amazing, but it seemed as if the author just rushed things along.

      Although I adore this whole series, and the conclusion is extremely satisfying, I think Meg Cabot should have added more adventure and broadened on her main plot points, instead of playing up the smaller things.

      One of

      the main things in this whole book was just introduced almost three fourths of the way in.

      If the pacing was just a little bit better, this book would be a number ten for sure! I would still recommend this amazing conclusive novel to anybody, but of course, just be sure you have time to read once you get really into it- you’ll never, never be able to stop!




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