Sunday, August 15, 2010

Book of the Week (8)-- You Wish

Book of the Week (8)
BotW is a weekly post I do in order to give more attention to a book I think deserves it.

You Wish by Mandi Hubbard
published by razorbill
$8.99 (paperback)
Genre: YA
284 pages

What it's about:
1 wish

2 girls who love the same boy
14 days to stop the madness!

Kayla McHanry is having the worst sweet sixteenth birthday ever! And it's not just because she's cynical. It's hard to have a good time when you're secretly in love with your best friend's boyfriend.

Just before Kayla blows out her candles, she thinks: I wish all my birthdya wishes actually came true. Because they never freakin' do.

The next morning, Kayla wakes up and sees a life-sized, bright pink My LIttle Pony outside her window. The following day, a year's supply of gumballs arrives. Then, an oddly plastic-looking boy named Ken shows up in a convertible and starts following her around everywhere!

Each day, another wish from her childhood comes true. But... they MUST STOP.
Because when she was 15? Kayla wished Ben Mackenzie would kiss her. And Ben is her best friend's boyfriend.

I absolutely loved this book. The plot, the characters, the writing style. The whole book was completely fantastic! I'll be posting my review for this book tomorrow (hopefully).


  1. This is a novel I've been meaning to pick up. Thanks for showcasing it!

  2. Such a great book! I really enjoyed it too- it had me laughing out loud! :)


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