Saturday, July 2, 2016

Change Places With Me by Lois Metzger Blog Tour

Title: Change Places With Me
Author: Lois Metzger
Publisher: Balzer + Bray
Release Date: June 14th 2016
Genre: Young Adult, Science Fiction, Fiction, Mystery, Fantasy

Rose has changed. She still lives in the same neighborhood with her stepmother and goes to the same high school with the same group of kids, but when she woke up today, something was just a little different than it was before. The dogs who live upstairs are no longer a terror. Her hair and her clothes all feel brand-new. She wants to throw a party—this from a girl who hardly ever spoke to her classmates before. There is no more sadness in her life; she is bursting with happiness.

But something still feels wrong to Rose. Because, until very recently, Rose was an entirely different person—a person who is still there inside her, just beneath the thinnest layer of skin.

This book was good, there was so much potential. Every story has potential its the way you execute it that matters. I discovered a lot of flaws that prevented me from rating it higher. I really did enjoy myself as I was reading its most definitely a science fiction thriller. One my updates on here I pointed out the fact that in the beginning was really confusing for me because we just jump right into the story without any idea what is really happening. Unfortunately, it was this way throughout the book. I really was hoping that she would find it weird that all of the sudden she is really happy? Going in I was thinking it was going to be something like Sleeping Beauty and in away it is because all of the sudden she is awaken, but its nothing like Sleeping Beauty. I found this book to be really weird and all over the place. I'm not sure what was suppose to happen in this book.

Lois Metzger was born in Queens and has always written for young adults. She is the author of five novels and two nonfiction books about the Holocaust, and she has edited five anthologies. Her short stories have appeared in collections all over the world. Her writing has also appeared in The New Yorker, The Nation, and The Huffington Post. She lives in New York City with her husband and son.


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