No Experience Required

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  • Title: No Experience Required
  • Author: Janet Quin-Harkin
  • ISBN: 9780449145302
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    About “Janet Quin-Harkin

    • Janet Quin-Harkin

      Janet Quin Harkin is a pseudonym of Rhys BowenRhys turned to writing children s books under her married name, Janet Quin Harkin Her first picture book was an immediate success and won several awards More picture books followed, then her agent asked her to write a book for young adults This was a turning point in Rhys s career Her first young adult novel was an instant hit By her third she was selling half a million copies Many popular YA novels followed until Rhys decided she had said all she wanted to say about teenage love and angst, and she turned her real love mysteries.

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    • This book was published in 1989 and It really shows. I loved the easy breezy feel of the book. Rich girl's parents get divorced and she now has to get a job to keep her car by paying her insurance. I think this felt more middle grade than young adult and sometimes the main protagonist, Debbie, seems a bit too childish to be a senior in high school. It is a short book, but it was a quick fun read. It was fun seeing how Debbie managed her first ever job and her banter with the love interest though [...]


    • *Received this in exchange for my honest review*Rating: 3.8This book was originally published in the 80's, which was one of reasons this book piqued my interest. I also love anything vintage and the cover reminded me of my all-time favorite Saved By The Bell mixed with Grease.Debbie in my opinion very spoiled when she was forced to work it was the shock of her life. She also had to deal with her parents splitting up and having to do things on her own. But soon she warms up and starts working at [...]



    • Set in 1989, this series was originally published in the eighties. Janet Quin-Harkin was a huge favourite of mine when I was a teenager and so I was thrilled at the news that the Heartbreak Café series was being republished for a whole new audience of readers. I thought that the story might feel a little dated considering it's over twenty years old but it didn't at all. It deals with so many universal themes which will resonate with teens today, such as trying to become independent and find you [...]


    • I loved being taken back to eighties California, and the ultra cool hangout Heartbreak Café. No Experience Required has a great mix of characters from the posh but down to earth Debbie, her mum who is reliving her youth as a student, her dad who has found his artistic self, and the heartthrob Joe. This is the perfect YA title for those just beginning to read older novels as it touches upon serious issues such as divorce, first boyfriends, juggling work and school, and peer pressure. However, it [...]


    • Nostalgia RequiredI remember reading this series as a teenager, so just from sheer nostalgia factor it was a fun read, as well as looking at life from the early 90's, sans cell phones and mass media.ever some themes are forever present, like choosing between guys from opposite worlds, divorcing parents, etc.ever it was fun to remember the days of Sweet Valley and YM, and I am glad this book was made into an e book just for that factor


    • I remember reading this series when I was still in secondary school. Still enjoyable even now, especially for a bit of easy reading!


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