by Meg Cabot
Absurd, but a quick light read. Nothing deep to the story or its characters. In fact, all the characters seem to be a bit on the exaggerated side. The men seem to lose complete control of their higher brain function when they are near a female. It sort of reminds me of how women are generally depicted. Pretty to look at but no more than two brain cells to rub together.
Okay so was anyone else wondering why the old people thought it would really give them another life to switch bodies? I mean what gave them the idea that the brain lives forever? It is an organ just like any other. It breaks down and fails with time. So here they could have made it through the transplant only to die a few months later of some brain related problem. Not only that but how do they know their brains will survive the transplant? The are old after all.