He can grant her wishes, but only she can save his life.
Margo McKenna has a plan for just about everything, from landing the lead in her high school play to getting into a good college. So when she finds herself in possession of a genie's ring and the chance to make three wishes, she doesn't know what to do. Why should she put her life into someone else's hands?
But Oliver is more than just a genie -- he's also a sophomore at Margo's high school, and he's on the run from a murderer. As he and Margo grow closer, she discovers that it will take more than three wishes to save him.
A whole lot more.
I really enjoyed reading this book; I thought the author did a really good job writing this story. I love to read young adult stories and I think this will be a really good book for young adults who like fantasy stories. I loved the Twilight series and I think The Art of Wishing is just as good as those books.
When I was reading the story about Margo I could picture myself in her shoes and having to go through things and make decisions like she did. I really loved reading this book; every time I opened it up to read it I would get lost in the story and I would lose track of time.
I like how the genie in the book looked like a human being and not like most genies do on TV or how they are portrayed in other books; I also loved how Lindsay made the genie more interesting than him just being able to grant wishes. I thought that was a great twist to the story.
I would love to read more of stories, I think she will be a great author. I think this would be a great book for adults to read as well as young adults. I give The Art of Wishing an “A+.”
*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Tiffany