Review: Drew - Changers #1 - T. Cooper and Allison Glock-Cooper

Drew (Changers, #1)

Review: Drew - Book #1 Changers Series - T. Cooper and Allison Glock-Cooper - January 2014
I was drawn to this book after reading the blurb, as recently I watched the movie Every Day which was about a guy who woke up every day in a different body. In this book, we learn that Ethan comes from a line of Changers on his Dad's side and that is mum is a Static. On the first day of high school - is the time that parents discover whether their child will be a Changer or a Static. If they are a changer, it means that every year they will wake up as a different person for the four years of high school. This makes it hard for them as they can't make long-lasting friends or connections with their pasts for four years of their life. After the four changes, they will get to decide which of their 'changers" they will want to be for the rest of their lives. Ethan can't believe this is happening to him, especially when his first change makes him into a girl named "Drew." Now Ethan must navigate his first year of high school as a girl named Drew, what happens though when Drew starts to fall for Chase - another Changer who prior was a girl ? Especially when relationships between two Changers are strictly forbidden? Also, Ethan's best friend Andy keeps emailing him, can Ethan cut off contact for good?  This was quite a good read, and now I am looking forward to reading Book #2 in this series and seeing who Ethan/Drew will become?


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