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READ PDF ê Fais un voeu tome 2 ô Hazel est sur le point de r aliser son r ve le plus cher faire enfin connaissance de sa m re biologique Elle projette de l approcher lors d un d ner de charit , v tue d une robe magique qui doit lui permettre d exaucer trois voeux Mais la jeune fille est alors confront e la plus terrible des nouvelles, sa m re vient de dispara tre Effondr e, elle formule le souhait de pouvoir rencontrer cette femme Imm diatement transport e quelques ann es plus t t, Hazel peut enfin mener l enqu te sur ses origines Cependant, tout ne se passe pas comme elle l aurait imagin Est elle pr te affronter des v rit s insoup onn es L nigmatique Luke serait il un amour interdit Et surtout, la magie peut elle panser toutes les blessures Wishful Thinking is the companion novel to Bullen s debut novel Wish and it continues in the same vein as the first book Ms Bullen writes a beautiful story She takes magical elements and weds them to very real conflicts with an expertise that has the reader charmed I loved the complex relationships in the novel The depth of the protagonist s desire for a family was exquisitely portrayed The characters in the novel came to life on the island setting and, in the most empathetic of ways, the Wishful Thinking is the companion novel to Bullen s debut novel Wish and it continues in the same vein as the first book Ms Bullen writes a beautiful story She takes magical elements and weds them to very real conflicts with an expertise that has the reader charmed I loved the complex relationships in the novel The depth of the protagonist s desire for a family was exquisitely portrayed The characters in the novel came to life on the island setting and, in the most empathetic of ways, the author shows the reader what if feels like to be in search for a mother, for a family.I also loved how, even though the story is about wishes and how they are granted, the narrative shows that sometimes what we wish for is not what we need Basically, this is a contemporary novel dressed up as somewhat supernatural butlike magical realism I did have some issue with the romantic plot but I guess that too was part and parcel of Hazel s growing up, her journey I truly enjoyed the book and recommend it to anyone who likes contemporary novels We are all familiar with stories involving Three Wishes We even know most of The Rules no wishing forwishes, can t make someone fall in love with you, no bringing someone back from the dead.it is a concept that we can grasp But, what if you didn t even know that you had been granted three wishes At least, not until your quietly murmured, oft repeated, first wish comes true Wishful Thinking is told from the viewpoint of Hazel, beginning on her eighteenth birthday We quickly learn t We are all familiar with stories involving Three Wishes We even know most of The Rules no wishing forwishes, can t make someone fall in love with you, no bringing someone back from the dead.it is a concept that we can grasp But, what if you didn t even know that you had been granted three wishes At least, not until your quietly murmured, oft repeated, first wish comes true Wishful Thinking is told from the viewpoint of Hazel, beginning on her eighteenth birthday We quickly learn that Hazel s life, until this point, has consisted of moving around From foster home to foster home, periodically reconnecting with her sort of step dad, Hazel has yet to sink her roots She has no place to call home.Two magic words, shared on the morning of her birthday, manage to give her hope She has a chance to pursue answers to the questions that plague her Finally, she may be able to figure out who she is An encounter with a surly seamstress, immediately followed by the knowledge of the loss of someone she never had, leave Hazel broken and dejected Little does she know, as she murmurs the wish, once again voicing the only thing she has ever truly wanted, Fate smiles on her.A trip back in time is probably the last thing Hazel expected, but indubitably the one thing she needed most Ms Bullen writes of Hazel s self discovery and difficult choices in a way that brings the reader right into the fold This sweet, tender and fulfilling book is a quick and compelling read Wishful Thinking is a companion novel to Wish You do NOT need to read Wish to fully enjoy Wishful Thinking If you read Wish which I did before and should have my review up sometime next week you ll just have a little bitinsight in a few things Like you ll know that Hazel bought a discarded dress at a school fundraiser, that happened to be a dress that was in the first novel but since I just told you, now you know Anyway, I ve read both Wish and Wishful Thinking and the latter was Wishful Thinking is a companion novel to Wish You do NOT need to read Wish to fully enjoy Wishful Thinking If you read Wish which I did before and should have my review up sometime next week you ll just have a little bitinsight in a few things Like you ll know that Hazel bought a discarded dress at a school fundraiser, that happened to be a dress that was in the first novel but since I just told you, now you know Anyway, I ve read both Wish and Wishful Thinking and the latter was my favorite of the two I loved the magical feel to this novel I was truly swept away This review might be a little spoilery, I want to talk about a few elements in the novel, I don t think it will ruin the book for you, if you decide to read the rest, but I don t blame you if you don t Hazel hasn t had the easiest life I was instantly empathetic toward her, within the first couple pages I didn t even know her all that well yet, but I knew that I respected her On the morning of her 18th birthday she get s an envelope that contains the name of her birth mother Come to find out, this woman is hosting an art gala of sorts and Hazel plans on being there to meet her for the first time It seems like a lot of times in novels YA especially, the main character had a need to know there parents Can someone name a novel, where a character doesn t know their parents or one parent and is content with that Does who we are always have to be who made us This doesn t really have anything to do with the novel but as someone who doesn t know my bio father and has no desire to, I always sort of feel like a freak when I read a novel like that but I suppose that is for a different day back to Wishful Thinking Hazel is going to meet her mother Only when she gets there, she finds out that the woman she hoped to meet, has just succumbed to her battle with cancer Unbeknownst that she is wearing a wish granting dress, Hazel makes a wish I wish I had gotten to know her first And so it begins I loved that Hazel gets transported back in time Oh did I mention she gets transported back in time, because she does and I loved that part I loved how Hazel breaks out of her shell, and lets herself feel something besides loneliness The cast of characters are absolutely endearing even mean ole Jamie I had this horrible feeling that Luke was her father for the longest time THANK GOD HE WASN T It would have been like Jace and Clary all over again but much worse They were just fun to read about it I couldn t stop turning the pages, because I had to know what was going to happen to future Hazel after her experience as past Hazel The ending was bittersweet I would have liked it to have that fairy tale ending, where everything is right in the world, but I liked how Bullen ended it It s hopeful And I think that Hazel needed hope Enchanting story awesome characters and on top of that it s amazingly written And did I mention the GORGEOUS cover The on the finished cover is foiled I like shiny I with the butterflies were shiny too Add this one to your reading pile Last year s Wish was bittersweet and hopeful, albeit with a few flaws, and with Alexandra Bullen s sopho attempt Wishful Thinking she s back and better than ever before, because quite simply Wishful Thinking rocked my socks It was heartbreaking as well as heartwarming, the characters were ones that had layers to them that made them out to be relelatable and easy to love, and best of all, Alexandra Bullen s writing improved greatly, making this one novel I couldn t put down, not even for a s Last year s Wish was bittersweet and hopeful, albeit with a few flaws, and with Alexandra Bullen s sopho attempt Wishful Thinking she s back and better than ever before, because quite simply Wishful Thinking rocked my socks It was heartbreaking as well as heartwarming, the characters were ones that had layers to them that made them out to be relelatable and easy to love, and best of all, Alexandra Bullen s writing improved greatly, making this one novel I couldn t put down, not even for a second Wishful Thinking tells the story of Hazel Snow, a girl who has never had the easy, carefree life she desired For one, she was put up for addition when she was just a tiny tot, and while she was adopted by a lovely woman, the woman died in a sudden, horrific accident, leaving Hazel with barley no one to call family But on her eighteenth birthday she received the best gift ever her birth certificate Now with the name of her birth mother as well as three brand new dresses that containthen meets the average eye she s on the journey to find the mother she lost and the life she belongs in, starting with some time travel But will Hazel find her mother Will she find the love and hope she yearns for the most And better yet, when she s given the option to change her whole life, will she Only time can tell in this fabulous, heart racing tale of one girl s journey to find love and hope in a world where there seems to be little.Hazel Snow was a fabulous main character if I do say so myself Her past was a sad one but she never let that truly get her down, instead she put on a brave face and fought for what she wanted most love, hope, and happiness And I respected her for that Further, her story got even better once she landed in Martha s Vineyard because not only did she make some pretty great friendships including with a certain swoon worthy boy but she developed greatly as a character and a person One of my favorite parts about her was her relationship with Luke, the certain swoon worthy boy mentioned above, because not only did it develop at a reasonable pace but it was nothing short of sweet I also loved the characters of Jamie and Rosanna because both were not only complicated and fun characters but they also added to the big mysteries the book was made of.And talking about that, I loved the premise of Wishful Thinking, and the execution Well, it was even better Alexandra Bullen did a great job of developing the different plot lines associated with Hazel s birth parents, and I especially loved how she set the book in such a beautiful and stunning place, because not only did she do a great job of describing Martha s Vineyard, but it gave the book an even better feel so to say.Lastly, as I mentioned above, Alexandra Bullen grew greatly as a writer with Wishful Thinking In her debut novel, I felt she sometimes had a hard time with pace and fleshing the story out in a way that she showedthan told, but with Wishful Thinking all my doubts about her as a writer were gone So, to sum this up, Wishful Thinking has definitely made me a fan of Bullen in the best kind of way.In all, Wishful Thinking is bittersweet and loveable story that I can t help but suggest fans of Meg Cabot, Sarah Dessen, and Mara Purnhagen pick up Alexandra Bullen truly has a star within this one one that makes me eager to readby her ASAP Grade A