Three Wishes

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Pan Books, 2004 - Sisters - 376 pages
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The three Kettle sisters have been accidentally starring in public performances all their lives, affecting their audiences in more ways than they'll ever know. This time, however, they give a particularly spectacular show when a raucous, champagne-soaked birthday dinner ends in a violent argument and an emergency dash to the hospital. So who started it this time? Was it Cat: full of angry, hurt passion dating back to the 'Night of the Spaghetti'? Was it Lyn: serenely successful, at least on the outside? Or was it Gemma: quirky, dreamy and unable to keep a secret, except for the most important one of all? Whoever the culprit, their lives will have all changed dramatically before the next inevitable clash of shared genes and shared childhoods

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Three Wishes is a very enjoyable romp about a set of triplets. It has funny moments, sad ones, and tender, as well as touching ones. I liked the three sisters, and I wanted everything to work out well for all of them. Gemma and Lynn were my favorite characters, and I found it more difficult to warm up to Cat, although I wanted the best for her too. While not my favorite by Moriarty, I did thoroughly enjoy it, and am very glad to have read this one. 


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My sisters and I all read this book and bonded over it. I would absolutely recommend this book especially to those who have sisters. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Liane Moriarty grew up in Sydney and is the eldest of six children. She is a freelance advertising copywriter and has written everything from websites to TV commericals. Her younger sister, Jaclyn Moriarty is the author of FEELING SORRY FOR CELIA (Pan Children's books). Liane Moriarty lives by the sea with her partner, Eric. She is currently writing her second novel.

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