Society of Wishes

Society of Wishes

by Elise Kova, Lynn Larsh

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781619848849
Publisher: Price World Publishing
Publication date: 01/25/2018
Series: Wish Quartet , #1
Pages: 338
Sales rank: 690,798
Product dimensions: 7.80(w) x 5.00(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Lynn Larsh considers herself to be a serial hobby-dabbler. She got a bachelors degree in music (which she used for all of four months), studied aerial acrobatics and classical piano for many years, worked briefly as a stunt woman in a Wild West stunt show (it's a long story), and eventually settled down into the bar tending business in St. Petersberg, FL. When she's not acting as a purveyor of fine libations, you can find her diving head first into her newest venture as a New Adult author, or simply writing Voltron fan fiction on Archive of Our Own.

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Society of Wishes 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
amandabethsteele More than 1 year ago
Gosh, where do I even begin? This book didn't feel like the typical Elise Kova read, and normally I don't think I would like that, but the blend between Elise and Lynn was wonderful! The uniquely found their collective voice and really went all in with this one. I found Society of Wishes a little slow to begin with, but you're getting a lot of information and character development straight away. PLEASE, just hang in there. Once you feel comfortable with all the information, this book takes off like a rocket! We begin with meeting Jo, and boy do I flipping love her. Being a Texas native, I related to her hardcore. Her snarky, matter of fact voice was refreshing. She's incredible at what she does, (hacking) and she knows it. She gets in a little over her head in chapter 1 and from there the whole plot is born. We get to go on a rich journey of finding out who you are when basically everything is taken from you. We get to see how one rises from the ashes and overcomes self doubt with righteous determination. I LOVE every single side character. All of them. I usually have a few that I'm like, "meh" about, but not here. Everyone has a purpose and all of them contribute to Jo's journey in her new life. We get a closer look at a few of these new friends, and I'm hoping to dive even further with the rest in book 2. I can't recommend this book enough. 5 stars all the way.
Suchabookwyrm More than 1 year ago
The first book felt like it was building up to a big event that I don't believe happened. It was a quick read and I did enjoy it but I just wanted there to be more. I wanted things to be more fleshed out. I am excited for circle of Ashes. I want to see where they take this world. If you like Dystopian and genie-ish/ wish granting books give it a try. It does read fast!