Rating: 4/5 owl hoots
Published: January 9 2018
Number of pages: 416
Publisher: Clarion Books
Audience: young adult
Get it at: Chapters Indigo
Shelve it at: Goodreads
Recently expelled from high school, Jane Sinner grudgingly enrolled into community college, a situation made slightly more bearable after joining a reality TV show. House of Orange is her chance to start over and show everyone what she can do to win a free car. And no one in community college knows what she did in high school so that’s a bonus.
Jane can settle for HOO’s growing fanbase and whatever her Psych course can teach her, to prove to the world or at least the viewers that she has what it takes to win.
Warning: Spoilers ahead!
An advanced reading copy was received by the publisher in exchange for an honest review
Following Jane Sinner beginning her reality TV show life in a house shared with other college students was unbearable at first, but with a few tricks up her sleeves and a lot of patience and to win a free car, she damn went all the way through with the competition. There were a few setbacks (well, okay more like mental breakdowns from the stress of being on live TV and everything else that was going on in her personal life) but with her motivation to see through to the end was all she needed to keep going, along with the support from her sister, friends, and her new fanbase. Continue reading “Nice Try, Jane Sinner by Lianne Oelke”