Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Grade 7–10—This screwball Just One Wish – Kindle edition by Janette Rallison, CJ Hill. Contemporary. Annika would do anything for her younger brother, who has cancer. So when he wishes for a visit from TV star Teen Robin Hood, feisty Annika. Okay, let’s get one thing straight before we go any further. I’m a man. I like manly things like horror, beer, Yorkie bars, kebabs after a night of.
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Like I mentioned before, even if some of the events seem hard to believe, I think that was part of the whole idea.
Janette has inspired me along withreaders to ‘keep climbing’. I loved to see the characters develop and would loathe to have it be ruined by a sequel.
Anyone feel the same way as me 3. Dec 11, Cara rated it really liked it Recommended to Cara by: What the… I thought they said they didn’t have much money, and yet they could buy a snake, rabbits and doves not to mention their cages and stuff?
She blended heavy and light story lines together perfectly – the heavy tones were touching and the funny, romantic tones balanced well. But with Annika anything seemed possible, so I believed it.
I have a reading pace of books per year, and this one ends in my top 5. The beginning drew me in with Annika buying the Teen Robin Hood action figure. Piece of cake, right? I loved how this book focuses on the sibling relationship between brother and sister rather than the romance between the male and female leads like most books do which normally end up as some sort of chick-lit or fan-fiction anyway.
I like this book because she oone everything she could just to rallispn her brother happy. Just like that, she became an extra? We changed our minds, you can have them back”?
I did not want to put it down. September I read this bo What a fun, fun and moving story. By the way, the others such as Steve, Madison, and Jeremy were once again fun people to read about and made the story flow quite nicely. With all of the light-heartedness and fluff, it was kind of a heavy blow to heart. What would be with Steve and Annika? I really want you to read this book.
It’s the same reason my teenagers ask me which outfit I like best when they’re clothes shopping. I also especially loved the ending, which was hanette – definitely the best ending this book could have- it made the whole story a hundred times more realistic and believable.
We all need a little reminder that sometimes the impossible can happen.
Dan wosh ingin diajarin cara memanah. The scenes just flow perfectly into the next. A wonderful read that gets you thinking and counting your blessings. Janette Rallison’s proven talent for laugh-out-loud humor, teen romance, and deep-hearted storytelling shines in a novel that will have readers laughing and crying at the same time.
Just One Wish
Made sense though, I mean wsh had to near impossible to get in and get his attention. Though, even with these unrealistic details, Just One Wish was ralllson still cute book. The speed of the rlalison bothered me as well. The first half of the story drove me crazy, and I considered just stopping. Aug 21, Shalene rated it really liked it Shelves: But to someone who likes this kind of thing.
I think that fans of The Cupcake Queen would like this book. Janette Rallison is an amazing storyteller. I’ve been craving a book that I actually enjoy reading for a while now.
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Just One Wish by Janette Rallison – book review
This is another one of those books that you save for a rainy day. Lastly, I loved how Annika could still have a wicked sense of humor in a time of such pain. It wasn’t feminine enough or something. For the first part, it was basically all talk and no action, which made it extremely hard to get through.
Really, I think you could just slap a title on this picture and it would sell a ton of books.
Karena Annika dan sahabatnya ternyata mengalami berbagai hambatan dan disinilah petualangannya jadi seru. The main character- Annika- was very easy to relate to and understand. Well, see for yourselves: Feb 11, Lenni Jones rated it it was amazing Shelves: Feb 28, Kim rated it really liked it Shelves: All she expects him janete ask for is an action figure from his favorite TV show, Teen Robin Hood, but what he really desires is for Robin Hood to come and spend a day teaching him archery.
The book is thoroughly enjoyable in a fluffy, romantic-comedy sort of way.