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Wishful Thinking

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2012

    Good

    I thought this was a good book. I did not like the ending.

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  • Posted July 8, 2011

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    What an awesome book!!

    This book had me crying so much by the ending. It was magical and lovely and so much more than I had imagined when I picked it up. The entire book is how Hazel gets to go back thru the magic of three lovely dresses and try and have the one thing that she has never had her young life.. a family. But on her 18th birthday, the day that she finally becomes an adult, she is given the one document that could connect her to her past, her birth certificate. But in finding the name of her birth mother, can that really give her the family that she longs for?
    I love the way you feel so much a part of the scenery in this book. You can almost feel the salt air when she is back in Martha's Vineyard, or the emotions Hazel feels all the time she is there. To say your emotions will get a workout is an understatement!! I was up and down the whole time, but I felt the ending was so perfect. You feel as if Hazel is at peace with the way things happened, even if they did not seem to match her original plan. All the characters are amazing, and Jaime is an amazing person who ends up being Hazel's real birth mother, and a true inspiration.
    This was a great way to show that family can be really what you make of it, and that the choices you make in one way or another, really do change the outlook of your life forever.

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