Switched (My Sister the Vampire Book 1)


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About Product Details Praise When Olivia Abbott moves to town, she's excited to join the cheerleading team and make new friends. For those who crave vampire lite, the novel features likable heroines and comical scenarios. My Sister the Vampire 4: My Sister the Vampire 3: My Sister the Vampire 2: Dinosaur Deals by Stuart J. Ruby Holler by Sharon Creech. Ramona empieza el curso by Beverly Cleary illustrated by Jacqueline Rogers. On Olivia Abbott's first day at Franklin Grove Middle School, she encounters a fashionably dress Goth girl who points her to the main office. In their first period social studies class, Olivia's introduced to the students.

Ivy has a strong feeling of upon seeing her again, and asks her best friend, Sophia Hewitt, if they know her, to which Sophia replies, "She's 2 pink 4 us 2 know! After class, Olivia's cornered by The Beasts, a gang of four greasy, creepy Goth boys, who call her "new meat" their names are revealed to be Garrick Stephens, Kyle Glass, Dylan Soyle and Ricky Slitherman in the second book.

Ivy comes to Olivia's defense and fends off the goons, to which Olivia gratefully thanks her. Ivy's hit by a powerful wave of nausea mixed with strangeness, and rushes off before Olivia can finish talking which Olivia feels guilty about because she thought she must have been coming on too strong. Barnett, who's also the school cheerleading coach. Later at lunch, the three girls invite Olivia to sit at their lunch table, and Olivia reluctantly agrees, who had been hoping to sit with Camilla. Charlotte explains the "rules" of Franklin Grove Middle School, which mostly just revolves around her, the cheerleading captainship, and the color pink which they all love.

As Ivy and her friends pass by their table, Charlotte makes a snide remark, but Ivy says nothing.

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Olivia's shocked and stands up for Ivy, but Charlotte dismisses Ivy, saying, "the walking dead don't have feelings! In science class, Ivy's annoyed that Olivia had seemingly been sucked into Charlotte's circle so easily and was now her new BFF. Instead, Olivia comes up to Ivy's table and apologizes for Charlotte's insult and compliments her on her incredible style. Ivy admits to Olivia that she's used to Charlotte's petty ways and reveals that they're actually next-door neighbors. Ivy also reveals to Olivia that she actually tried out for cheerleading in 6th-grade and made the squad, beating out Charlotte, who was originally an alternative.

Ivy goes on to explain that she ended up quitting after the first week after realizing that cheerleading just wasn't her thing—she joined the school newspaper and Charlotte got to fill the spot Ivy left, which was apparently the only reason she actually made the squad in the first place and she's never gotten over it. The ring is the only thing Ivy has from her biological parents and she had received it on her tenth birthday Ivy had been adopted. The four series books came up and I immediately downloaded them all! And after the first book downloaded completely I immediately read it.

I dont know how long I read it but I know I finished it in a couple of days. And I think I finished the four books in 2 months. I was 17 when I first read this book series, now I am 19 and I still have the same reaction to these books as I did two years ago; I absolutely adore this book series! It's really really good. I love Ivy's character the most, maybe its because I see myself through her.

I'm not goth though but I definitely feel like Ivy and I are twins - not twins more like clones. I dont know why but I love it. Olivia reminds me of my older sister who actually tried out for cheerleading once and she loves fashion and she's girly. And the goth-lingo Sienna Mercer uses is so captivating! I sometimes unconsciously say it now. Its just a really good book and even if it is for kids, I bet teens would really love it too. Everyone goes through middle school! You can totally relate.

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I highly recommended it for everybody, even parents! Oct 08, Hannah L. Switched by Sienna Mercer Fantasy pages Switched is about a perky girl who loves cheerleading named Olivia Abbott. She just moved to Franklin Grove, where there are a lot of Goth teenagers at her middle school. She found out that one of those Goths was her long lost twin sister, Ivy! But the biggest secret? Ivy, along with all the other Goths, is a vampire!

They discovered that switching places is fun, but when it involved Ivy's best friend of 12 years, Sophia, she sees through the switch. Sophia found out that Ivy and Olivia were twins, and she also found out that Ivy told Olivia she was a vampire, a secret that should be hidden away from humans. I thought this was a very interesting book, because of how the author tied in vampires with teen drama. One part I found to be particularly interesting was on of the times that Olivia and Ivy switched places, Olivia posed as Ivy at a dance committee meeting Sophia dragged her to. In order be Ivy, Olivia tried to be quiet and uninterested, but when an idea popped in her head, "Ivy" suddenly became a very good party planner.

The sudden outburst of the great idea told Sophia something was up, but she didn't say anything until the next meeting. In the time being, Ivy as a vampire pretended to be Olivia at cheer practice. Since Ivy was a vampire she didn't get tired easily so she was an outstanding cheerleader. Another interesting way the author represented teen drama was when Olivia pretended to be Ivy at a dance meeting, but the real Ivy was on a date with her new boyfriend Brendan.

There were some close calls when Olivia came close to blow her cover, but she ended up convincing Sophia she was Ivy. Jan 21, Maria rated it liked it. This book is called "My sister is a vampire" and it's written by Sienna Mercer. Sienna Mercer is Canadian.

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She writes book for children. This book is fiction but could be realistic fiction.

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The story could also be mystery because it's a sequel so every end of the books are mysterious so it makes you want to read the rest of the books. The book is about two girls that were adopted when they were just a baby and one of them was a vampire. They both lived completely different lives but met again on This book is called "My sister is a vampire" and it's written by Sienna Mercer.

They both lived completely different lives but met again one day and discovered they were twins. The story takes place when one of the girls moves to a new school where they met. They discovered that they were twins because of similar rings they both had since as long as they could remember and they are tying to find where it came from.


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The only problem is that they can't find their parent's record, it's like they never existed. I really liked this book when I was younger but I re-read it this year and still think this book is good. This book had funny, exiting, scary, and mysterious bits. I liked how they described the plot to make it so believable. My favorite part of the book is when they met again because that part of the story was so revealing and exiting.

Overall, I thought this book was very interesting and entertaining for the reader and it was very fun to read. I would recommend this book to fifth graders because some parts of the book can seem a little for smaller children but other that that it was good. I think people could start reading this book at then years old. My rating out of ten for this book is 9. Nov 06, Ashley Ehlers rated it really liked it. Originally posted on Paranormal Sisters: 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 inst Originally posted on Paranormal Sisters: 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. This is a great series for Tweens. Everything seems dark and dreary. But the kids don't seem to mind, since they are into all things dark.

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Ivy Vega is an 8th grader. She also has the ability to give anyone the "squinty eye," and get them do what she wants. Olivia Abbott is the new girl. She can't wait for cheerleading try-outs, since she has just left her old squad, at her old school. Fitting in, is going to be a challenge.

But how would she, the queen of Goth, know anyone, who is so obviously obsessed with pink, sparkles, and polka dots. Then, it hits her, OMG, the girl looks just like me. Well, minus the all black wardrobe, the black clunky boots, pale skin, and heavy eyeliner. Once the girls start talking, they realize they have the same birthday, birth town, adoption drop off date, and the same emerald ring.

They are identical twins, sort of. But how long will they get away with it before family and friends find out.

Dec 18, Hamna rated it really liked it Shelves: Usually I steer around juvenile books, but when I saw this one, I was transported back to elementary school book fairs, when I used to see this cover on the shelves. So I thought, why not?


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  • Gotta finish that Goodreads book challenge, anyway. It looked short, probably sweet, with a sisterhood, maybe some vamps. Basically, this book didn't let down my expectations. It was cute; two long lost twins meet each other after 12 years of separation, and turns out, one of them is a vampire, while the other i Usually I steer around juvenile books, but when I saw this one, I was transported back to elementary school book fairs, when I used to see this cover on the shelves.

    It was cute; two long lost twins meet each other after 12 years of separation, and turns out, one of them is a vampire, while the other is a "bunny". Because they're twins, they're able to switch places when one or both of them needs help in something, and they become closer in the process. Despite that Olivia is a cheerleader in love with pink, and Ivy is a pale goth fanatic, they both become best friends. Can't expect another Twilight. I shan't shame this cute, perky book with a comparison to Twilight.

    Dear me, how could I entertain such a thought? Twilight bashing aside, this was sweet and short and another contemporary juvenile book. But it was entertaining and I didn't want to rip the book to shreds, so that's pretty good in my opinion. It had a few face palm moments, but how many middle grade books don't? Read if you want to be transported back to your younger days! I acquired this from a library book sale and intended to read it, even though it's way below my age level, and then donate it with other YA and children's books to the local library section where I live. Reading it now and trying to clear it off the shelf, I was surprised to find I enjoyed it more than I thought I would.

    Written for a middle school age, it's cute, quirky, and has an interesting plot-line and characterization for that age group. When Olivia moves to a small town, she discovers a I acquired this from a library book sale and intended to read it, even though it's way below my age level, and then donate it with other YA and children's books to the local library section where I live.

    When Olivia moves to a small town, she discovers a long lost twin sister who ends up being part of the "goth" crowd. Into cheerleading and sunshine herself, the two start exchanging roles and tricking different crowds in order to get revenge, dates, and just see how far they can carry the roles. The twists were simple but charming, the writing style well done, and thankfully for the age group the writer avoids any melodrama. There are humorous changes with common slang to mean the opposite, a somewhat endearing bonding of sisters, and a lighthearted ending.

    Sep 20, Sandie rated it really liked it Shelves: My Sister The Vampire is a great little book about twin sister's who meet in 8th grade. Both adopted to separate families, the girls discover their connection and then discover that they can become each other's body double. They have great fun with this. Then Olivia Abbot bunny discovers that her sister, Ivy Vega vampire and goth is indeed a vampire.

    They look alike enough to fool friends and parents alike. There is no biting and killing in this book The story, characters, and setting is fun and benign If you desire a bit of vampiness in your life but don't need the nightmares and heavy ready

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