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Changing My Wardrobe Paperback – May 26, 2011

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Sweetgirl by Travis Mulhauser
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"CHANGING MY WARDROBE touched my heart and left an imprint on my very soul."
 -Gothic Angel


I was very surprised at the ending. I just did not see that happening. A great read that make you really reflect on life and what is really important.
 -Tifferz Book Review 

From the Back Cover

Incoming freshman, Lindsey Ames, wants to take Italian,and she wants to join the National Honor Society.
She wants a new image, and she wants better clothes.
She wants Avery to stop tormenting her, and she wants Marco to ask her out.

She wants Jocelyn to go away, but she wants Grouper to be happy.
She wants to save Teeny's reputation, but she doesn't want to lose everything.
Will Lindsey find the courage to stand up to her enemies before it's too late?
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 258 pages
  • Publisher: Philyra Publishing (May 26, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 098352663X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0983526636
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.6 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,173,887 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Paperback
I knew before reading this book that it would be something that I wanted to share with my younger sisters. Even though I had a few issues with this book, for the most part, the main story line was great and something that needs to be covered more in YA books.

First I will start off with what I didn't like about this book, the main character and the dialogue between the characters. As much as I had in common with the main character Lindsey, I found her extremely hard to connect with. I was part of National Honor Society, I am the older sister, I have had crushes, and I have had moments where I just wanted, needed a change. It would make an incredible amount of sense if I could connect and feel something towards this character, however, there was something about her that didn't sit well with me. She is meant to come off as a smart girl with a good head on her shoulders, which she totally is but her personality felt completely flat. Her thoughts, feelings, and even the conversations she had with other characters was just lacking something. She obviously loved her friend, Teeny dearly (and I did too but I will get to that in a moment) but the thoughts she had about other characters seemed harsh and rather snotty. When she thought about her oddball friend, Jocelyn, I couldn't believe how resentful she was! So without the connection of the main character, it was hard to truly LOVE this story. Also, the dialogue between the characters was a bit awkward. Most of it flowed nicely but some of what they said to each other kind of made me scratch my head in confusion. The dialogue wasn't terrible, I have definitely read much worse, but it just didn't seem all that genuine. Even those I had these few issues with the book,there were a few positives that I really liked!
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By OhioKid3 on November 20, 2012
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I am not a spoiler, but: WARNING! When they say soul-crunching loss, they really mean WORST ENDING EVER! I was actually enjoying this book, and then the ending came. It was not a pleasant ending at all.
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I have been searching for a good book for sooooo long. I finally found it "changing my wardrobe" was funny exciting and sad,I liked it a lot. I would not recommend it for a immature audience. Aka 12 or under but best book ever!!!!
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I loved the book soo much except for the ending..i wish it didnt end like that!! It was soo sad i cried.. wow amazing book though
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This book is extrordinary. It made me cry, as all good books should. However, it's not a good book for immature audiences, as they will not appreciate how well the book is written. Also there are some older consepts.

Over all, DEFFINITELY read this book (It's probably one of my all time favorites). Beautifully sad and happy. Love it.

The title itself makes you think that it's about some girl deciding to become popular, bla bla bla. However it is not, and is an amazing book.
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By cool on February 19, 2014
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This book was so good! I just turned 14 a couple months ago and it really made me think,ya know? And then the twist ending! I loved it. The laughter the tears, all of it. I'm still sobbing as I write this review. I think I'll read it again... right now
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I must start off by saying that this book is haunting. It left me thinking about it still, for hours and days after reading it. I am going to try to do my best here without spoiling anything for anyone.

Lindsey has always been a nerd and when she is about to start her first day of high school, she is looking for a change. She seeks the advice of her BFF, Teeny to help. Teeny is more than willing to help Lindsey finally break free of Avery and her minions. Avery has made Lindsey's junior high years difficult. She is always teasing her and making her feel stupid and low.

Throughout the book you get a look at what a typical few months in high school can be like for a teenager. The worries of homework, grades, friends and often...bullying. The group of friends try very hard to come up with different ways to keep Avery and her friends at bay. It's not until they think that they have everything figured out that things seem to really heat up!

The ending will SHOCK YOU!!! That is what haunts me the most...it takes a terrible thing for Lindsey to finally figure out that what she really wanted in the end was to be with her loved ones. And after everything she goes through and what she fights for, she loses.

That is about all that I can say without revealing too much. You will just have to read the book for yourself. I highly recommend it for a young teen and I think that I might just pass it on to my 13-year-old tonight to read. Although this book is a work of fiction, tragedies happen like this everyday.
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I totally loooveee this book it is Awesome!!!! It was one of the best books I have ever read. Defiantly get this!!!!!
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