Poor Keil. Bullied in high school and abused at home, his life is miserable to the point of tears. And after a particularly bad day, he decides he cannot stand his pathetic existence any longer. By the light of the full moon, he wishes for another life, and then mysteriously disappears.
Poor Miyu. Cute, cheerful, and beloved by all in the eighth grade–life could not be better. But secretly, something is terribly wrong; an enigmatic boy continues to haunt her thoughts and dreams, whispering a truth too dreadful to bear. Her life is not her own it seems, and he wants it back. Even if it means Miyu must fade away forever.
What is she going to do?
Review: Miyu’s Wish was a very well written story. It was unique, and the main character was very well defined. I do wish the author would have written more about Keil, but the story was about Miyu so I can understand that. The plot was well thought out and driven very deeply. I was fascinated by the dialogue between teenagers and adults alike. The barrier, like in real life, could be seen and it seemed so real. I was very happy with the way this book rolled out. I’d recommend this to any horror fans and time traveling fans.
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