Switched

Switched From rags Laura Mellon has never met a fabric she couldn t soften or a stain she couldn t remove She s tired of cleaning houses with her starry eyed mom But it s the only way she ll save enough for c

  • Title: Switched
  • Author: Jessica Wollman
  • ISBN: 9780385733960
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From rags .Laura Mellon has never met a fabric she couldn t soften or a stain she couldn t remove She s tired of cleaning houses with her starry eyed mom But it s the only way she ll save enough for college.To riches .Willa Pogue can t enjoy being an heiress She s too busy worrying about fitting in at Fenwick, her snooty new Connecticut boarding school ThenFrom rags .Laura Mellon has never met a fabric she couldn t soften or a stain she couldn t remove She s tired of cleaning houses with her starry eyed mom But it s the only way she ll save enough for college.To riches .Willa Pogue can t enjoy being an heiress She s too busy worrying about fitting in at Fenwick, her snooty new Connecticut boarding school Then she meets Laura, her new maid Laura s the spitting image of Willa Soon Laura is trading vacuums for Fenwick s ivy covered campus, and Willa is sinking blissfully into the anonymity of the hired help But then Laura begins to fall for preppy Caleb Blake, and Willa discovers a brandnew and completely unacceptable for a Pogue passion Can the girls ever return to their old lives

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    1. OH MY GOD. THIS BOOK WAS HORRIBLE. I stopped instantly at page 44 because it was killing me of how ridiculous this book isG. I cant even explain what I don't like because Im unbelievably speechless. I thought it was a horrible book. No Questions Asked.I switched to another book, "The extraordinary lives of April, May and June" and its really good so far. But, "Switched" really ruined my mood for reading another book today. -.-How was it even accepted to be published? As of rating, I give this a [...]

    2. Have you ever wanted to switch places or be in someone else’s shoes? In Switched by Jessica Wollman the two main characters, Willa and Laura, decide to switch places for four months. Willa Pogue enjoys being an heiress and goes to Fenwick, her snooty boarding school. Laura Melon is smart and cleans houses for the rich. Throughout the book Willa and Laura find out they look exactly alike and share similar interests. Wollman’s style or technique of writing is interesting because her voice spe [...]

    3. This book was kind of disappointing, especially since I'd put so much thought into how the story would be like ever since I read the storyline and heard of the title. But, like they all say, titles can be decieving. Originally, I thought this book would be something like The Princess and The Pauper, one my my favorite books, because the plot is similiar, but this just wasn't what I expected. Two girls, completely unrelated, meet by chance. Willa Pogue, daughter of the rich and famous Pogues, is [...]

    4. As a retelling of the princess and the pauper, this was better than I'd expected. I think The Princess & the Pauper is a bit more satisfying (though possibly because there was an actual princess involved in that one), but I appreciated here that Willa's actually pretty low-key and Angie turns out to be more complex than she seems at first glance. There were a few too many unanswered questions for my tastes (What exactly was Laura doing for money at the school? How was Willa so blasé about c [...]

    5. willa pogue hates her swanky boarding school and upper-crust parents. laura melon hates helping her mom clean houses and not being able to afford college. then they have a chance encounter while laura is cleaning willa's room, and conveniently realize that they are identical. cute, fluffy retelling of "the prince and the pauper." when i was little i was obsessed with "the parent trap" and any other story i could find about lookalikes switching places. the thing about this one is that we never fi [...]

    6. Laura cleans houses, and Willa is a rich girl who keeps getting kicked out of school. They could be twins! Of course, they meet, wish they had each other's lives, and trade places. And, unlike many of these stories, they really are happier in their new roles. This is not a deep book, this is a fun teen girl story about following your dreams, whether they are to go to a great college, or to work on race cars for NASCAR. I read it in one quick gulp, and enjoyed the twist on a familiar story.For te [...]

    7. 'Twas okay. To echo all the other reviews on herejust okay. And yes, it was cute. But not fantastic and not a story I will probably ever think about again, or recommend. Honestly, I was kind of surprised I picked it up in the first place i can't say it was a disappointment. But I didn't hate it.

    8. Jessica Wellman offered a completely new take on the classic story of the The Prince and the Pauper. This one was about a housekeeper and a socialite, both wanting a different life. I liked both the characters and the plot was intweresting. A total happily ever after book.

    9. I've had a string of good luck with the books I've read. I fell in love with the guy in this book. (I tend to do that with fictional characters all of them EXCEPT THE STUPID TWILIGHT SERIES that's all. Just wanted to get that out)

    10. I was told I wouldn't like this book, but I did. Gentle humor. Like "The Prince and the Pauper." It's odd that this is the second book I've read lately about the adventures of a cleaning staff. You might suspect that I'm more motivated to clean than I actually am.

    11. Another prince/pauper, rags-to-riches, identical strangers switching places type tale. Had enough unique bits to keep it interesting, but other than that earth-shattering "moral of the story" that I was really able to glean. A fluffy bit of fantasy that was easy to read.

    12. Liked it. I always thought we had doppelgangers in the world, but in the same town? eeeh that must have been scary. Willa is like a total slob but she can word hard if she WANTS TO Laura. she's okay too, too much of a worrier.

    13. SWITCHED really choked me up at the end! I really felt for Laura - one of the girls who "Switched" - A little bit of The Parent Trap and Cinderella - though the characters are not related. I definitely found this to be an enjoyable, fast, and satisfying read!

    14. I think it is really good right now .i like how they are a rich and poor people because normally it is only rich people

    15. This was a cute, quick read. Nothing earth-shattering but I enjoyed the story. I think teen girls would enjoy it as well.

    16. A bit of teenage fluff. The Prince and the Pauper only modern times and about girls. Not my normal cup of tea but a fun quick read. I was needing something light and easy and it filled the bill

    17. Two girls from different sides of the track decide to switch lives when they discover how similar they are in looks.

    18. What a talented author! The storytelling is effortless, and the challenges facing the characters are believable. Where is the sequel? This story deserves to be continued.

    19. This is like The Prince and the Pauper story, set with girls in modern times. Really enjoyable for a story of identical strangers switching places

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