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    What a fun read!

    Honestly, this might be a short review because I don't have a lot to say about Switched. But what I do have to say is that this was indeed a fun book to read! It was absolutely easy to get lost in this world, I was breezing right through the pages (which is probably why I don't have much to say). I enjoyed reading behind both Ivy and Olivia's point of view, though I do wish we got to know them a little bit more instead of all we saw was what they presented to the outside world. I wished we got more in depth about the characters and about the fact that Ivy is a vampire. I thought the vampire aspect was going to be more in the open but instead Ivy made sure to hide it from Olivia, so we didn't get to the vampire part of the book till way way later in the book. But these little problems of mine will be fixed in the sequel and we'll be getting more of the characters and more of the vampire world so I'm thrilled to get my hands on the sequel! Also, I'm really happy that Ivy didn't get easily swept into the popular clique and followed Charlotte like some airhead. Instead she stood up for herself and her sister. I think that was a great positive scene for younger girls. Ivy's character is definitely a model for younger girls as she works hard towards her dream of making the cheerleading squad even though there's a negative force trying to bring her down. Overall, I think this would be a fun read for Middle schoolers and younger, I'm sure even people older then teenagers will enjoy this light read (I'm turning 23 in 1 1/2 weeks).
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    My Sister the Vampire: # 1: Switched

    I loved it. It was awseome!!!!!! Iry was a vey cool persion alng with her twin sister. I read and whent so fast I think I'm ganna read it again but at the mean time I'm ganna read book #2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I wonder if it's going to be just as awsome as book #1!!!!!!!!
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    Can't wait to buy the 2nd book.

    I'm Camilla right now, writing a book review. This is an amazing book. The 2nd one will probably be even betting then this one. I hop you'll make one where Olivia turns into a vampire or finds out she is an unsual vampire. Unless you already have and I haven't read it yet, speaking of this is th first book of the series I've read.
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    My sister the vampire

    It wasn't the best book ever but it really made me think about if this book was reality. Well simply I just think this was not the best book I've ever read. But that's just me.

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