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The Wish List Kyra Weiss

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When twenty year old Alyssa Morrison loses her little sister to cancer, the last think she wants to think about is completing the ridiculous list she left behind. A list containing eighteen things she wants Alyssa to do before her twenty first birthday in a month.

Little did Alyssa expect one of the items to be to meet a down and out man that her sister had given her allowance to everyday for four years, who has a daughter of his own and is living in a cardboard box.

Alyssa soon finds herself following every item on the list, finding some easier then others and some. . . unexpected.

But Alyssa soon uncovers the truth behind may have really caused her family to fall apart. . . and just how much her seemingly innocent little sister knew about it.

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  • 47407 words
  • About 190 pages
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Swoon Index Ranking

  • Heat

    8

  • Tears

    10

  • Laughs

    10

  • Thrills

    8

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16 comments on "The Wish List"

Laishar_09 on May 18, 2017, 11:36 p.m. said:

Laishar_09


This is the perfect example that love comes in all shapes and sizes.

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BrennaMae on March 5, 2017, 11:19 a.m. said:

BrennaMae


This was such a sad book! But I felt happy at the end, since Ally got her closure!

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Bibliophile79 on Feb. 20, 2017, 10:52 p.m. said:

Bibliophile79


This is a heavy subject to tackle. It's apparent the author has thought the story through well, but may be in a rush to tell it. More description could be beneficial...to show the story, create the mind's eye, not just tell the story. I'm interested in what happens with the mysterious character in the prologue. Looking forward to reading more

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Kyra Weiss on Feb. 22, 2017, 2:51 a.m. said:

Kyra Weiss


Hi! Thank you. I'd like to know what you mean by in a rush? I don't have any professional writing experience, since I'm only sixteen, so I'd love for you to elaborate on what you mean

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Lucero Pena on Feb. 14, 2017, 2:25 a.m. said:

Lucero Pena


Just started reading. So far, the writing is great. Curios as to why Alyssa seems to be the only one affected by Stephanie's death, and what exactly lead to her death, if the doctors had assured the family she was making progress. Not sure if this is later addressed or not, but I hope it is. Very intrigued by the foreshadowing of the fact that Stephanie may have been keeping something from Alyssa. Can't wait to keep reading and find out what that is.

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Katie Kaleski on Feb. 13, 2017, 5:31 p.m. said:

Katie Kaleski


Oh boy, so far this is a tearjerker, but I have a suspicion good feels and hopefulness will come as I read. Her sister seems like she was a nice girl. The list has me curious to see how much of it she'll get done. Nice start!

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Kyra Weiss on Feb. 13, 2017, 11:25 p.m. said:

Kyra Weiss


I hope you continue to enjoy.

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weirdo girl on Feb. 11, 2017, 11:23 a.m. said:

weirdo girl


This book is absolutely amazing!! Nothing should change!! Absolutely perfect!!

Similar Stories : I can't compare this book to any other book because this book is one of a kind!!

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Kyra Weiss on Feb. 11, 2017, 3:30 p.m. said:

Kyra Weiss


Thank you! I was hoping for it to be one of a kind, for it not to be like anything else. Your support and love is much appreciated love

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KinderKari on Feb. 11, 2017, 11:17 a.m. said:

KinderKari


This book is unique in many ways and it has you hooked till the last chapter. It addresses real issues that normal teenagers have to tackle and it fights against stereotypes that are given to people in the society or in the books. Kyra has changed this point of view and made us question why do we judge people, why do we categorize one another.

I would recommend this book to anyone, any age group as it holds a positive message to it and teaches us to never give up on something we hold a passion for and even though there are rainy days and we feel like we are walking on pins, there's always this thought that we should hold onto - "Never give up and believe in yourself." Kyra has done a fantastic job at portraying this and anyone would agree with me that this book is something that you can't live without ❤️

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