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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