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#2105000 in Books 2015-07-07 2015-07-07Original language:EnglishPDF # 1 8.25 x .90 x 5.44l, 1.00 #File Name: 0147510031384 pages | File size: 61.Mb Lindsay Ribar : The Fourth Wish (The Art of Wishing) before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised The Fourth Wish (The Art of Wishing): 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. SpectacularBy PopIt is rare that I catch myself day dreaming about a story while going about my day to day nonsense. This is a spectacular follow up to The Art of Wishing. The characters were loveable and flawed and oh-so-believable. The Fourth Wish got its hooks into me and I could not put it down. Highly recommended.0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. An excellent sequel to The Art of WishingBy
CustomerAn excellent sequel to The Art of Wishing. Good characterization and plotting. Ribar is not afraid to make her main character selfish and unlikable in a very real way, which makes the story feel more real and lifelike.0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Five StarsBy Sam AdamsFun read with a fantastic exploration of consent, gender, and attraction. Ribar has delivered fans a fun romantic read with some deliciously exciting paranormal elements (shape shifting, anyone?) while casually tackling bisexuality, consent, and the importance of balancing power with humanity.School Library JournalHere'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 grantedgraduating high school, going to college, even being a girlis in question. 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? From School Library JournalGr 9 UpAfter taking a fourth wish from her genie-turned-boyfriend Oliver in order to save his life, Margo McKenna has become a genie herself. Picking up right from where The Art of Wishing (Dial, 2013) left off, Margo's first order of business is to find Oliveruntil she feels the call of her first master, the school jerk, Ryan Weiss. Margo learns the ropes of geniehood, including how to navigate wishes that affect her BFF Naomi, a whole new body, Oliver's whole new body, and how to control her magic, all while still trying to live out her old teenage human life. Throw in romance and drama, and The Fourth Wish is smoothed into a nearly realistic YA fantasy novel. Ribar has delivered fans a fun romantic read with some deliciously exciting paranormal elements (shapeshifting anyone?) while casually tackling bisexuality, consent, and the importance of balancing power with humanity. A strong sequel.Emily Moore, Camden County Library System, NJ Praise forThe Fourth Wish"Ribar deals with surprisingly heavy themes in this sequel, despite the lighter-than-air premise, including the pressure to conform, the construction of self and the ever-evolving nuance of what is the "right" thing. Despite its fantastic drapery, the truths this novel reveals are so real it may even make readers a bit uncomfortablethat's quite an achievement."Kirkus s"Ribar has delivered fans a fun romantic read with some deliciously exciting paranormal elements (shape-shifting anyone?) while casually tackling bisexuality, consent, and the importance of balancing power with humanity."School Library JournalPraise forThe Art of Wishing"Stands head and shoulders above the competition because of its main character Margo . . . a decisive, strong-willed heroine."Tor.com"For anyone who thought Disney'sAladdinwas the last word on genies, think again."Booklist"[With] a genie like no other . . . this lighthearted book is a well-rounded combination of humor, romance and paranormal suspense, with likable characters and easy-to-believe dialogue."Kirkus"The love between a musician and her genie is so bittersweet, so utterly human, it makes magic feel reala feat all paranormal romances attempt, but few achieve."Jeri Smith-Ready, author ofShine"Rich with romance, magic, and action, this novel will captivate teens."School Library JournalAbout the AuthorLindsay Ribar (www.lindsayribar.com)is a literary agent by day and a concert fanatic by night. A graduate of NYU, she currently shares her apartment with several roommates (two human, one feline) and way too many CDs. She is the author of The Art of Wishing and The Fourth Wish.Follow her on Twitter at @LindsayRibar.