Meet India Jane.
Known to her friends and big, chaotic family as Cinnamon Girl. Born in India, she’s lived all over the world. But what she really wants is to stop travelling and have a real home.
Just when it looks as though she’ll get her wish her father lands a job which means the family are on the move again. So India Jane is sent off to her aunt’s new age holiday centre for the summer. It could be paradise – but India Jane feels alone and confused.
Should she party with her rebellious cousin, Kate? Or search for inner peace with the meditation crowd? And will mystery boy Joe help India Jane discover where her true happiness lies?
It’s a great book with a great understanding of the fact that it is hard to start over.
I like the book in general but it greatly explains how confusing it can be sometimes to know who you are. There are different people you could be but who do you want to be?
I like the ending when she finds out what she wanted to know.
I love the characters India Jane and her best friend Erin. They are completely crazy and I’m sure I have been like both of them at some point.
It’s a great story about friendship and discovery and romance. Everything can be hard, especially when you have to start over again in a new place for the fifth time.