Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Two YA's

Jinx by Meg Cabot

Jean Honeychurch has bad luck. So bad, in fact, that she is known simply as Jinx. After casting a spell-gone-wrong on a boy she likes in her small Iowa hometown, Jean is sent to New York City to live with her wealthy aunt, uncle, and cousins and attend a prestigious NY private academy for the wealthy. There, Jean must try to fit in, get a handle on this magic stuff, and deal with a cruel and jealous cousin who is dabbling in the dark arts.

This was a really fun and quick YA-Paranormal-Chick Lit! I always enjoy Cabot's books.

If You Lived When There Was Slavery in America by Anne Kamma, Illustrated by Pamela Johnson


Christine said...

I love Meg Cabot! I am waiting anxiously for her next adult book, but have considered reading her YA.

BookAddict said...

Hey Christine! Her YA books are really fun and funny! I always adore the main character.

Christine said...

I bet that Emma would like her YA stuff. She's starting to download stuff to my Kindle...can you believe that?

BookAddict said...

Wow!! You let her touch the kindle?? Ha ha! That is awesome that Emma is so into reading.