a fun easy read

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This was a great light read for times when you want to be interested and entertained but not get weighted down with something unexpectedly intense. (There *were* some weighty subjects, but they did not overwhelm the book in such a way as to change the overall vibe and they provided some good depth.) The plot centered around the swapped internships was cute and catchy, and it was a nice life lesson about how unexpected events can have good results. This would be particularly relevant for high school seniors who are suddenly confronted with the need to have a plan for their futures, but might benefit from a reminder that not everything positive has to be planned in advance. I also liked the setting in New York City. The plot was not entirely believable at all times, but I didn't expect it to be. Overall this was a fun book and I would recommend it.