Jinx (novel)

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Jinx cover.jpg
Front cover of first edition
Author Meg Cabot
Country United States
Language English
Genre Young adult novel
Publisher HarperTeen
Publication date
Media type Print
Pages 262 pp (first edition)
ISBN ISBN 0-06-083764-0 (first edition)
OCLC 81854593
LC Class PZ7.C11165 Jin 2007

Jinx is a 2007 young adult novel by American author Meg Cabot. The novel has darker themes than Cabot's earlier best-selling The Princess Diaries series of novels.[1]

Plot summary[edit]

Jean "Jinx" Honeychurch is a sixteen-year-old girl from Iowa. Being certain that she was born with bad luck, she goes to stay with her Aunt Evelyn and Uncle Ted in Manhattan, New York, to emission the most recent bout of it. Her cousin Tory is convinced that Jean must join her coven of witches to add to the power. Jean denies being a witch, and refuses to join them. This angers Tory, causing her to seek payback. Jean also meets a guy both she and Tory have affection for. This along with the witch thing puts Tory in a blind rage and she decides to plot against Jinx in more ways than the walls of the preppy school of Chapman where they all attend high school.


  1. ^ Delphonse, Arlia, 2007-09-10, Cabot offers a tale from the dark side, St. Petersburg Times.

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