High Jinx by Sara Lawrence
  

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An hilarious and raunchy modern-day boarding school with some very modern day girls in it who have nothing to do with school on their minds. Jinx and her friend Liberty are gang leaders: behaving badly is their motto. When new girl Stella arrives, things get seriously out of hand.

Synopsis

High Jinx by Sara Lawrence

Jinx Slater is delighted to have reached the giddy heights of the lower sixth at Stagmount, England's most exclusive school for girls. Her ground-floor window affords her an excellent view of Brighton's bright lights, and Jinx is a girl with escape on her mind and a miniature screw driver kit in her tuckbox.

About the Author

Sara Lawrence

Sara Lawrence attended Rodean School, which was founded by her relatives. Following her MA she became a journalist, working as a staff writer at the Times and the Daily Mail.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
288 pages
Interest Age: from 12

Author

Sara Lawrence
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Publisher

Faber And Faber

Publication date

6th September 2007

ISBN

9780571251377

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