"Genies for the modern age, with passion, darkness, and heart. I loved it "--Tamora Pierce, author of "Mastiff" (praise for "The Art of Wishing")
Here's what Margo McKenna knows about genies: She's seen "Aladdin" more times than she can count; she's found a magic genie ring and made her three allotted wishes; she's even fallen head over heels in love with Oliver, the cute genie whose life she saved by fighting off another genie. But none of this prepared her for the shock of becoming a genie herself.
Everything Margo's taken for granted--graduating high school, going to college, hating math, performing in the school musical, even being a girl--is in question. Just at a time when she's trying to figure out who she wants to be, Margo is forced to become whomever her master wants. But Margo is also coming into a power she never imagined she'd have. How will she reconcile the two? And where will she and Oliver stand when she's done?
Fans of "Every Day" and "Anna and the French Kiss" will love this romantic, magical, and surprising conclusion to "The Art of Wishing."
The Fourth Wish
Penguin Publishing Group
Art of Wishing