"Queen of Mean Amanda Beeson, 13, gets the shock of her life when she wakes up one morning to find herself in the body of one of her victims, Tracey Devon. Amanda discovers that Tracey, ignored at home and school, has the ability to become invisible. When Amanda finds herself in a special class that Tracey usually attends, it becomes clear that at Meadowbrook Middle School the definition of “gifted” has a whole other meaning. Can Amanda rescue her one-time target from obscurity and get her own life back on track? In order to do so, she will have to reveal her own startling gift and take her rightful place among Meadowbrook’s very secret clique."
I like powers, plain and simple. Whether they're super or supernatural, something you're born with or gained in a horrible accident. It doesn't matter, I just like them.
I'd seen this book around the blogosphere and finally checked it out a while ago. It sounds like it might be similar to Dull Boy, one of my favorite books, so I had to add it to my wish list. I really want to read it!