During that last summer, as if in punishment for being happy, Kate was diagnosed with cervical cancer.
The last time we used the wishing stone was at the hospital the morning she died.
On that day, all three of us made a silent wish, certain the others had wished the same. Kate died that afternoon and I never thought about it again. It was the last time I believed in magic, in love or in the existence of God.
Then, after three miserable lonely years, the unthinkable, a second chance... Warwick.
What you don’t know is this book, while every bit as good as the first, takes a hard turn and goes in a decidedly different direction. I was shocked and delighted with the tangential course of this book. It all makes so much sense at the end. I am committed to no spoilers, but the cast of characters and the plot twists are so delicious. I laughed out loud more than once!
The Wishing Stone gets a score of 4.9 of 5 stars! The score would have been higher but for the handful of spelling errors I found.
You can read the review of the first book here: www.wordrefiner.com/book-reviews/-the-eve-project-machines-of-the-little-people-book-1-by-tegon-maus Another 4.9 Star review!
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