Publish date: August 5th 2010
Pages no: 294
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
Such a cute book. There were a lot of funny scenes. Especially those with Ann,Ken and with the pony.
This book deserve its five stars. I don't know what drawn me in it. Maybe a little piece of childhood when everything was so simple and the biggest wish for birthday was a pink pony. Maybe it was the character of Kayla - I can actually see a little of myself in her. Or maybe healthy dose of humor. O...
That was exactly what I needed after an action packed book with all sorts of twists an turns. You Wish was classically adorable, fun and entertaining. It put a smile on my face the whole time I was reading it. Kayla was a lost girl that needed to be reminded of who she was and what she loved. I ...
Holy multiplying gumballs, Batman! This book was SO MUCH FUN! 16-year old Kayla has a problem - all the birthday wishes she ever made are coming true. It all starts with a frosted, four-tiered, pink birthday cake where, out of frustration, Kayla makes an impromptu Dear-God-My-Life-Sucks-Cut-Me-Some-...
Okay, the first thing I thought of while beginning this book was the new Disney Channel movie that came out called, 16 Wishes. It has almost the exact same concept…except the book is a lot better. I like that You Wish is from a girl who’s not popular and not just an average girl. There is so much ...