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New term, new school - but India Jane isn't looking forward to being the new girl in Year Eleven. Everyone else already has their circle of friends and India Jane feels like she's on the outside looking in. At least she's at the same school as Joe, the boy she met on holiday in Greece, and she's hoping that they may become more than just friends. But the paths of true love New term, new school - but India Jane isn't looking forward to being the new girl in Year Eleven. Everyone else already has their circle of friends and India Jane feels like she's on the outside looking in. At least she's at the same school as Joe, the boy she met on holiday in Greece, and she's hoping that they may become more than just friends. But the paths of true love and friendship never seem to run very smoothly...


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New term, new school - but India Jane isn't looking forward to being the new girl in Year Eleven. Everyone else already has their circle of friends and India Jane feels like she's on the outside looking in. At least she's at the same school as Joe, the boy she met on holiday in Greece, and she's hoping that they may become more than just friends. But the paths of true love New term, new school - but India Jane isn't looking forward to being the new girl in Year Eleven. Everyone else already has their circle of friends and India Jane feels like she's on the outside looking in. At least she's at the same school as Joe, the boy she met on holiday in Greece, and she's hoping that they may become more than just friends. But the paths of true love and friendship never seem to run very smoothly...

30 review for Starting Over

  1. 4 out of 5

    Namratha

    Another one about the mighty highs ‘n’ lows of an angsty teenager. The second in the Cinnamon Girl series, the book carries on India Jane’s travails as she starts off a new year in a new school. Plagued by first-day woes, she wonders whether she will fit in, make friends…and hopefully get things moving with Joe Donahue (…the boy she met on her last holiday in Greece.) But the path to fitting-in never runs smooth. With all the cliques and pre-formed groups……India finds herself floundering, putting Another one about the mighty highs ‘n’ lows of an angsty teenager. The second in the Cinnamon Girl series, the book carries on India Jane’s travails as she starts off a new year in a new school. Plagued by first-day woes, she wonders whether she will fit in, make friends…and hopefully get things moving with Joe Donahue (…the boy she met on her last holiday in Greece.) But the path to fitting-in never runs smooth. With all the cliques and pre-formed groups……India finds herself floundering, putting her foot-in on more than one occasion…and watching her social life go slowly and steadily down the drain. While the book is nothing out of the ordinary…it’s charm lies in the fact that India is a feisty teenager. She’s smart and witty and is someone who would come out fighting in any given situation. Her occasional rants are restricted to her chat sessions with her best buddy from her last school in Ireland…Erin. Erin is her smart-talking anchor. It's a good friendship which sparkles with wisecracks and tough-love. Something we all needed back in the good ol'days. (.....um, even now!) A light, lie-on-the-beach kind of read. Enjoyable.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michela

    This book is one of the BEST i've ever read. Cathy Hopkins captivated me with her previous series such as Zodiac Girls and Truth, Dare, Kiss, Promise. Well, Cinnamon Girl is the combination of all her series. I was doubtative wheter to read it or not but as soon as I started, I LOVED it. India Jane is artistic and her personality can make many teenage girls emphatize with her. The author's writting is really young and fresh, she can really write :) I recommend this and all of Cathy's books! They This book is one of the BEST i've ever read. Cathy Hopkins captivated me with her previous series such as Zodiac Girls and Truth, Dare, Kiss, Promise. Well, Cinnamon Girl is the combination of all her series. I was doubtative wheter to read it or not but as soon as I started, I LOVED it. India Jane is artistic and her personality can make many teenage girls emphatize with her. The author's writting is really young and fresh, she can really write :) I recommend this and all of Cathy's books! They are awesome.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Karla Olvera Torres

    me sigue gustando bastante <3

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alizah Imran

    It's good It's good

  5. 4 out of 5

    Abcdennis

    FRGHJKJHGRFEG

  6. 4 out of 5

    Şevval Serdaroğlu

    Book of my childhood...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alejandra

    I thought this book was great! It was even better than the first one in the series. Entertaining and an easy read.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Laura Racine

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  22. 5 out of 5

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    Karla Olvera Torres

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  26. 4 out of 5

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  27. 4 out of 5

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  28. 4 out of 5

    Wioleta Bożek

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sophie26

  30. 4 out of 5

    Thandikire Madula

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