It's not easy being Jinx. Jean Honeychurch hates her boring name (not Jean Marie, or Jeanette, just . . . Jean). What's worse? Her all-too-appropriate nickname, Jinx. Misfortune seems to follow her everywhere she goes—even to New York City, where Jinx has moved to get away from the huge mess she... show more
It's not easy being Jinx. Jean Honeychurch hates her boring name (not Jean Marie, or Jeanette, just . . . Jean). What's worse? Her all-too-appropriate nickname, Jinx. Misfortune seems to follow her everywhere she goes—even to New York City, where Jinx has moved to get away from the huge mess she caused in her small hometown. Her aunt and uncle welcome her to their Manhattan town house, but her beautiful cousin Tory isn't so thrilled. . . . In fact, Tory is hiding a dangerous secret—one that could put them all in danger. Soon Jinx realizes it isn't just bad luck she's been running from . . . and that the curse she has lived under since the day she was born may be the only thing that can save her life.
Publish date: 2007-08-01
Pages no: 262
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
How I remember this Book: This is the book Meg Cabot went “dark”. Yeah, I’m laughing now. Jinx is hardly dark. Oh, sure it has some dark moments and acutally deals with some sensitive issues-drug abuse-but compared to some of the stuff out there in the genre now… Hardly dark. That doesn’...
I am surprised that this book was slightly dark-ish, if we compare it to Meg Cabot's other books (romantic comedies). Maybe that is why I liked it more than I should. The MC, Jinx, is somewhat cartoonish.. to describe her better, she is very much like a shoujo manga character. Too nice, too oblivi...
If it wasn't enough that Jean (aka Jinx) Honeychurch is an accident magnet, she was born in a thunderstorm, or that her mother is a pastor or that she's from Iowa, but she's had to leave home to go to New York because of a stalker. Her relatives are wealthy and live in a big house. They have a dau...
Cabot's formula works again!
Another fabulous read by Meg Cabot. I start reading this book about few weeks ago and I just stop reading this because there are new book I've got that holds more my attention, it got lost and just yesterday I found it under my bed. (haha lazy much?) So anyway, I finished it few minutes ago and it ...
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