Three Wishes, by Liane Moriarty, tells the story of how the Kettle triplets have grown up. Lyn, the oldest, finds out that perfection is only temporary. Cat, the middle daughter, learns a new meaning of success. Gemma, the free spirit youngest, discovers life has adventure all its own.
Moriarty is to be commended for her honest protrayal of what is means to grow up female. By presenting the story of the Kettle girls, one quickly realizes what can happen as long as strong families hold together.
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