There really isn’t anything to like about the book. The storyline, characters, and the back and forth in the book are annoying. If you have low expectations in loyalty, faithfulness, and trustworthiness, you may like this book. I expect more of the people in my circle so this book was not for me.
Fabulous. Loved the characters and their progression and changes forced on them by life and circumstances.
Three Wishes is a very enjoyable romp about a set of triplets. It has funny moments, sad ones, and tender, as well as touching ones. I liked the three sisters, and I wanted everything to work out well for all of them. Gemma and Lynn were my favorite characters, and I found it more difficult to warm up to Cat, although I wanted the best for her too. While not my favorite by Moriarty, I did thoroughly enjoy it, and am very glad to have read this one.
I had read 3 other books by this author before reading this one and did not realize it was her first novel. It is definitely a "chick lit" but never-the-less a very entertaining story. Moriarty has a great sense of humor and all of her characters are a bit flawed, but lovable and interesting. An easy and fun read.
I found her sudden jumps from one email and one era to another rather annoying like she was trying to be cute and she really had a great subject I wish she had organized it with just a tad more continuity
The three sisters are deftly written and layered, and the coherent plot contains the right amount of woe to make it touching but not heartbreaking.
This book was especially hard for me to get into and follow. I don't know what it was. The shifts in perspective felt extremely heavy handed and it made for a more awkward and terse read. I would give it a 2.5 out of 5 stars. It just wasn't my genre I guess.