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The crystal bay girls is a fantastic series especially for girls around 13 14 I loved uincy I just wish I d known what happened with Harris A mostly cheerful and innocent novel great for those transitioning between middle years and young adult novels uincy s life is perfect until it all falls apart and is interesting to ead how she picks up the pieces and finds out who she eally is in the most unlikely if places uincy Jordan is 14 and in year 8 at a private girls school in Sydney She dreams of being a doctor one day maybe even a surgeon like her father although she has a fear of blood When her high school nemesis Satin St Clair tells uincy that she saw uincy s father kissing a woman not uincy s mother uincy does her best to dismiss it Satin is always looking for a way to get at uincy and she doesn t want to give her the satisfaction But after one very failed family dinner uincy s father walks out letting them know in no uncertain terms that he s not happy uincy s capable Professor of Women s Studies mother falls apart leading to the intervention of Aunt Tess uincy s mother s sister who has been long estrangedTess comes from Crystal Bay up the coast and uincy s mother makes the decision to eturn to Crystal Bay with her taking uincy who is none too happy to be leaving her school her best friend Jules and Sydney for some hippy backwater she s never even heard of She s also intimidated to meet Aunt Tess s eldest daughter Esme the cousin she never even knew existed At first uincy struggles to fit in she s unused to boys and finds attending a co ed school daunting She doesn t have the A Mother and Daughter Diary of Raw Food Recipes for Beginners right clothes there s no uniform policy and she despairs of getting an education that would be of the same standard as the one she deceive in Sydney However getting involved with the high school s production of Grease allows uincy to explore her furtive lo. Uincy Jordan doesn't want to meet her hippie cousins and go to school in Crystal Bay Her life in Sydney is perfect She's going to save her parents' marriage score perfect marks.

Ve of fashion something she s kept hidden away until nowAlmost without ealising it uincy begins to settle into Crystal Bay She has friends of a sort she s had a makeover and is beginning to fit in and she has a way to explore a passion of hers She also has a flirtation with Harris a young guy who might be a bit ough around the edges but whom uincy feels she can Au bagne relate to She s starting to feel at home in Crystal Bay but she still has unfinished business with her father in Sydney and now a choice to makeuincy Jordan is the first in a new series aimed at a younger end of the YA market It deals with many of the same issues but in a perhaps less intense sort of way uincy goes through a lot in a very short time her parent s marriage breaks down she watches her father walk out and basically disappear and then her mother falls apart The aunt she s never seen or met arrives and then whisks them all away to live in Crystal Bay a Byron Bay esue place for what is first said as being six months but looks like being permanent She has to start a new school that s totally different to her old one she misses her best friend and isn t sure where she fits in with her cousin Esme and Esme s group of friends And for someone who has nevereally interacted with boys before she has to figure out what is going on with Harris if anything is going on with Harris It s all foreign territory for uincy and it s unsurprising that she suffers a couple of pretty emotional outburstsbreakdownsI think this book is well written and well constructed for younger Indistractable readers perhaps 10 1314 but I m curious to see if this is the last we get of uincy or if the story will swing around to her again once it goes through the other girls book two is Romy I m assuming the others are Esme and Mary Lou uincy has a lot of things left unfinished at the conclusion of this book particularly At school and become a surgeon Her onlyegret is that she'll never be a fashion designer But sacrifices must be madeThere's no way that uincy is going to be 'Crystallised'

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Ith her father who was conveniently written out for the entire book other than a couple of brief text messages and one or two letters at the end I d love for uincy to Jacques Prevert receive a proper explanation from him noteally about the marriage break up and him leaving her mother but for why he also abandoned uincy at the same time It was a eally horrid and cowardly thing to do not contacting her or seeing her after he walked out of the family home and then he took off for Europe with his new girlfriend He also delivers news that he must know will hurt uincy enormously or at least have an affect on her via a letter in such a callous way that it s hard to believe he doesn t suffer from some sort of emotional etardation and yet the letter he sends at the end of the novel seems to negate that He s written in two very different ways uincy s hero surgeon dad whom she wants to emulate her good natured ally against uincy s mother and then a man who can t even look her in the eye after the split to tell her his plans and how she fits into them in the futureThis book is packed full of things young girls will be able to elate to bullying at school and being made to feel inferior or uncomfortable the stress of leaving the familiar such as home school friends etc for something new and the fledgling feelings that begin to develop for boys and how good it is when they feel the same way as you do The cover is fabulous and I think it s the sort of thing that would definitely have caught my eye and made me want to ead it Even though I tend to like my YA a bit grittier and older than this one I am eally looking forward to the next installment of the Crystal Bay Girls and finding out what s happening I was probably the best book that I have ever eadthere is a second book but its about her friend Romy Bright I wish it was about her because it was extremely good. ? that is until her cousin Esme the school musical and a cute boy called Harris change everything Think family friends and fashion omance tears and laughter That's Crystal Bay.

Jen Storer grew up in a small country town in the Wimmera She began her working life as a nurse In the 1990s she returned to study graduating from Monash University with first class honours in Literature She has written many books for children including the best selling Truly Tan series and the acclaimed gothic fantasy Tensy Farlow and the Home for Mislaid Children She lives in Melbourne

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