As You Wish

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Harper Collins, Aug 31, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 304 pages
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Ever since Viola's boyfriend broke up with her, she has spent her days silently wishing—for someone to love her again and, most important, to belong again—until her wishes inadvertently summon a genie named Jinn out of his world and into her own. He will remain until she makes three wishes. But it's only after Viola makes her first wish that she realizes she's in love with Jinn . . . and that if she wishes twice more, he will disappear from her life—and her world—forever.

Jackson Pearce spins a magical tale about star-crossed lovers, what it means to belong . . . and how important it is to be careful what you wish for.

 

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An amazing debut from a new talent

User Review  - lag117 - Borders

Jackson Pearce's novel As You Wish is an adorable, fun, and smart read. If you're tired of reading about vampires, werewolves, and fairies, but still like a little fantasy in your reading than this is ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nyxen Nadine - Borders

This was my second time reading this book. And that's a shocker because I have never read a book more than one time. The first time I read As You Wish I was entranced with Jackson's story-telling. I ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
14
Section 3
28
Section 4
46
Section 5
61
Section 6
71
Section 7
79
Section 8
84
Section 18
169
Section 19
179
Section 20
187
Section 21
200
Section 22
208
Section 23
216
Section 24
226
Section 25
240

Section 9
91
Section 10
98
Section 11
105
Section 12
119
Section 13
131
Section 14
138
Section 15
144
Section 16
153
Section 17
158
Section 26
248
Section 27
260
Section 28
264
Section 29
270
Section 30
279
Section 31
289
Section 32
301
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About the author (2010)

If Jackson Pearce had three wishes, she would wish for wisdom, patience, and for life to be a little more like a musical. She began writing when the school librarian told her there weren't any books that contained a smart girl, horses, baby animals, and magic. Her solution was to write the book herself. Jackson currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with a slightly cross-eyed cat and a lot of secondhand furniture.

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