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A thrilling, chilling, romantic read from bestselling author of The Princess Diaries Meg Cabot. 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. Grade 7 Up—Jean Honeychurch is so unlucky that even her family calls her Jinx. To escape an unpleasant situation with a boy who refuses to let her end their.

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Books by Meg Cabot. Talk to your kids about Teen Idol was better. Feb 25, Blair Runion rated it it was ok. I love how she depicts New York. So, I gave it a whirl again.

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Jinx says this about herself: Like the publisher said, “Could you maybe make this paranormal? What Jean doesn’t realize at first is that Tory thinks she’s a witch. Love, Chelsea Seriously though, when did you become the Nora Roberts of the teen set? She admits it’s weird to leave her home with only a month of school to go, but apparently something happened that forced her to get out of town as fast and as far as possible.

So, basically, this book is a whopping giant NO for me. Add your rating See all 3 parent reviews. Jinx is a very likeable character, someone that we can all relate to, at least on some level.

jjnx Try not to make Mia too annoying in the next Princess Diaries, okay? And of course, Jean instantly falls for the boy next door, Zack, who likes the au pair who already jjinx a boyfriend back in Germany.

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Is it OK for kids to read books outside their reading levels? But Jean’s glamorous and sophisticated cousin, Tory, has other emg. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Meg Cabot is such a great writer, and this is probably one of my favourite stories from her. It was certainly brought good vibes to me.

What I didn’t like about this book: But the set-up is enticing enough and in the end, there is enough drama here — some of it magical and some merely mean-spirited — to make this book satisfying if not spellbinding. Please try again later. Airhead Being Nikki Runaway I loved you at ‘I’ve never been to Long Island,'” Zach said.

She then returns home and Tory ties Jean up to cut her and drink her cabof and take Jean’s powers. Jean Honeychurch has been unlucky since the day she was born, with her luck only getting worse from there. Retrieved from ” https: Read reviews that mention meg cabot new york bad luck aunt and uncle cousin tory york city princess diaries next door even though live with her aunt join her coven across the country seems to follow easy read jinx honeychurch seemed like quick and easy cabot mge halfway across mediator series.

But a guy who respects your space until you’re ready? Reading this book reminded my why I love Meg Cabot so much. To view it, click here.

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Jinx Book Review

Learn how we rate. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Moreover she is convinced that Jinx is one too and persistently tries to make the latter join her coven. Mildly bewitching with strong female characters. Not Just a Witch. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Some smooches between Jean and Zach. As for number two, because of their defined personalities, the two girls are often put in conflict — which moves the plot forwards and gives the story its kick.

This is the first book I’ve read by Meg Cabot, so I probably started off on the wrong foot with her. Of course the fact that she’s completely blind to the obvious will have you yelling at the book. Oct 13, Nasty Lady MJ rated it liked it.

To explain number one, we learn throughout the novel from various characters that a lot of Jean and Tory’s personalities are influenced by their upbringing Jean is the daughter of a pastor and lives in a small town, Tory is affluent and gets whatever she wants. And in the forty some odd books that Cabot has had published I sort of forget about it. Cabot’s dialogue and description are fine, although she has a tendency to use cliches.