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One day, Petr gives a seat to a tiny old man who, in return for this kindness, offers him a little silver bell which will fulfil three wishes.
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The first two wishes, which the suspicious Petr makes just to test the bell, are fulfilled. And so the magic bell arranges a new apartment, modern furniture, car and a promotion at work. Ill-tempered Petr has a quarrel with the secretary and his manager sends him on health-leave. Petr's friend Karel joins a competition with an improved design which could markedly lower the price of the dress model on show. He also says something about the necessity to save in the right places.
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I loved how Moriarty never pulled her punches and always wrote things that I thought myself at times, but was too shamed to admit them. She painted her characters real and flowed, and I loved that. There was no magic solution, no over the top happy ending - it was just life. Sep 10, Andrea rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Well, this was not exactly very good. It really doesn't go anywhere and I didn't learn anything. Lyn is married to her husband once a married man whose marriage she ruined , a 2 year old terror of a daughter, and a teen step-daughter teen says it all.
She runs a small breakfast catering company and has the perfect life. Really, she has no issues. Gemma, is Well, this was not exactly very good. Gemma, is the whishy-washy one. She was once engaged to a moody, controlling man who so happened to walk in front of a bus, literally. Since then, she has floated around and house sits. She has no permanent place or person in her life. She meets Charlie and finds him to be "the one", however, she struggles with the fact that his sister is having an affair with her sister Cat's husband. She eventually becomes pregnant and in the end, she's with Charlie and they live happily ever after.
Cat has a great husband or so she thinks and a great job. Until one evening her and Dan are watching a movie and he subtly tells her he's cheated on her. Cat is the epitomy of what a cheated wife would feel like I assume and after having him sleep on the couch a couple weeks, tries to take him back with a little dose of counseling. She has had a history of miscarriages, but when she finds out she's pregnant again, they try to make it work.
Not until she miscarries again does he reveal he's been continuing his affair for a year. As predictable as it can get, Dan ends up with the girl he was having an affair with, Cat ends up alone and desperately wanting a baby, Lyn is fine and Gemma has a happy ending. Really not worth the read. I was hoping for more. Three wishes, three women who are triplets.
It was a good read with some real laugh out loud moments. What a wacky family. Favourite character was Maddie. Oh how I'm going to miss Gemma, Lyn, and Cat! I loved these characters. The fact that they were there for each other through thick and thin, that they were flawed, just endeared them to me more.
This book made me laugh even when dealing with some tough subjects. Another one of my favorites! Aug 26, Jennifer rated it really liked it Shelves: Three Wishes is a standalone novel written by the amazing Liane Moriarty. Based on publication dates, this title appears to be her first novel at least her first book listed on goodreads.
As good as Three Wishes is, I can honestly say she has gotten better and better with each novel. Three Wishes follows three thirty-three-year-old triplet sisters and describes a year in their lives when their worlds are turned upside down. The way the story and POV's are set up creates some time hopping which Three Wishes is a standalone novel written by the amazing Liane Moriarty.
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I think I have said this in every review I have written for Ms. Moriarty , but I'll say it again: It is as if she has lived the lives of her characters and has personally battled every issue she writes about. Her characters are that real, the emotions are that palpable, and the thought processes and responses are that relatable.
In Three Wishes , issues surrounding miscarriage, domestic abuse, and infidelity are addressed. Something I noticed about this book that I haven't seen in some of her others is the use of humor to buffer the intensity of the issues addressed. There were a few parts when I literally laughed out loud. But it's important to note that the overall feel of this book is not light and funny.
It's deeply real, it's painful, and just as some parts made me laugh, other parts brought tears to my eyes. I would recommend Three Wishes to existing fans of Liane Moriarty. If you haven't read Ms. Moriarty before then read this one and just know that her novels just keep getting better and better! Do triplets fight more than normal? Mom used to take us to a club for triplets when we were little and some of them adored one another.
We were so disgusted, we threw rocks at them.
We got expelled from the triplet club for a whole month. Apr 18, Chachic rated it it was ok Shelves: One of my goals this year is to do more readalongs because they're a lot of fun.
I enjoyed it so much that I wanted to read the rest of her books. The cute cupcake cover for Three Wishes is deceiving. I thought I'd be reading a book about quirky triplets, something light Originally posted here. I thought I'd be reading a book about quirky triplets, something light and fun.
Maybe there would be a couple of problems thrown in but I definitely wasn't expecting the book to feel as emotionally heavy as it did. Also, the synopsis describes the book as a family comedy but I didn't think it was funny. The narrative does change from one Kettle sister to another but I feel like the focus is more on Cat's marriage problems and how her husband cheated on her. As a result, she's a very angry person throughout most of the book and that affects the dynamics with her sisters. It also felt like Cat, Lyn and Gemma weren't as close as they wanted people to think.
Sure, they meet regularly and they talk to each other all the time, but it felt like they weren't really there for each other when it mattered. Now I don't want to mention spoilers but it did frustrate me that the sisters kept major life events from each other. Some snippets that I included in Goodreads status updates: You worked so you could pay them. You rested on the weekends and generated more bills.
Then you went back to work to pay for them. That was the reason for getting up tomorrow. That was the meaning of life. You could stop pretending to have a good time when you were dead. I'm sorry to say that I didn't enjoy reading Three Wishes as much as I was expecting. I wasn't invested in any of the Kettle sisters and I just wanted to finish the book so I can move on to a better one.
It has taken me a while to write this review and I'm already on another readalong with Janice and Holly - we're reading Whiskey Road by Karen Siplin. We haven't been lucky in our readalong choices so far but I'm keeping my fingers crossed. It was a more enjoyable read for me than Three Wishes. Although like I always say, people don't always react the same way even if we do share reading tastes so you might like this book a lot more than I did.
I've seen more positive reviews so it may not just be a book for me. Nov 03, Sara rated it really liked it Shelves: It is actually a 3. I have some mixed feelings about this book, on one side, it gripped me from the start, and I liked reading it. I had difficulties putting it down, which is the good part. However, upon finishing it, I was left with a bittersweet after taste. This book made me nervous, and left me unsatisfied.
The writing style at the beginning is a bit confusing, but once you get used to it, it becomes enjoyable. It is the story of three twins, and the narrative perspect It is actually a 3. It is the story of three twins, and the narrative perspective keeps changing between the three, which gives you insights on each sister. Plus interspersed in the book there are some anecdotes about the triplet narrated by random people that are cute.
There are many references to their time growing up, I found these parts to be somewhat a bit too heavy, I skip read through some of their juvenile stories, or the stories about the grandma. When a topic is not much about the main plot it bores me quickly, there were a tiny bit too many in the book I think, some not that relevant. However, what made me nervous was the ending; the review is going to get a bit spoilery from now on, even if I am not giving away facts, in fact, I am not even giving you names.
If you have read the book, I would like to know if it was just me, or if you had the same impression… Sister 1: She has a perfect life from the start, she keeps it throughout the book, with some minor, minor, minor, did I mention minor? She even gets annoyed at the suffering of sister 3, she irritated me a bit. Especially to be compared to, I sympathized with sister3 and adored sister2 Sister 2: She is the adorable kind, with her head in the clouds, always good.
A bit distracted, but who cares? She had a rough past, but her path in the book is upwards until she reaches the hilltop and gets her well-deserved happy ending. She is so abused by the author I was appalled. It is one blow after the other, a relentless succession of sad happenings, and each one worst and more painful than the previous. In a couple of points I was crying for her, like really sobbing! The scene in the park was heartbreaking, I was glad nobody was around to witness me cry that hard over a book.
I wanted to read it! As I said in the beginning, this lack of retribution left me nervous, and unsatisfied! View all 7 comments. Mar 01, Susan Elizabeth Phillips rated it really liked it Shelves: Nov 02, Bonnie rated it it was amazing. This is the third book I've read by Liane Moriarty and I think one of the reasons I've notched five stars for all of them is not because I necessarily 'enjoyed' reading them but because I couldn't stop thinking about them.
My brain keeps spinning on 'what ifs' and how decisions we make spin off an impossibly intertwined sequence of events. As always, she succeeds in getting the readers to realiz This is the third book I've read by Liane Moriarty and I think one of the reasons I've notched five stars for all of them is not because I necessarily 'enjoyed' reading them but because I couldn't stop thinking about them. As always, she succeeds in getting the readers to realize life is still good, and can be better than good, when others force you off the path you chose for yourself.
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Attracting attention wherever they go, the triplets Gemma, Cat and Lyn Kettle couldn't be more different - or closer. Gemma is the flighty one and can't seem to hold onto a job, or a boyfriend to save her life. While sarcastic Cat has always been in control and ready to take charge especially when it comes to her job and her marriage. And organized Lyn seems to have it all: As these three independent yet devoted sisters get ready to celebrate their t Attracting attention wherever they go, the triplets Gemma, Cat and Lyn Kettle couldn't be more different - or closer.
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As these three independent yet devoted sisters get ready to celebrate their thirty-fourth birthday, each will deal with heartaches and joys aplenty. From rocky marriages to unexpected pregnancies and even long-secret revelations brought to light, these three women manage to conquer each new obstacle in the trademark Kettle way - together. I suppose I should go ahead and say that Liane Moriarty will now be added to my auto-buy list of chick lit authors.