It was not Meg Cabot in her best, but it was an agreeable reading, I think. Jinx is a character to enjoy, but there was perhaps a lack of development of the book. It was strictly directed - in my opinion - to teenage girls only. I'm 18 and I thought I would be dealing with a book to terribly funny and attractive as the 'Queen of Babble Series'.
Do not get me wrong, still! I liked the book. I gave it four stars just because I thought there was some Meg Cabot magic missing, but I still enjoyed it.
I«m probably giving it an inferior review than I supposed I would just because I've finished 'Pride and Prejudice' just about as the same time, and I can't help but to compare them, even if they have nothing in common.
'Jinx' is a little lamp emiting its light in a less intensity that I first thought it would. But I absolutely recommend it for someone who wants to spend some time reading a light, soft novel.