Three seemingly ordinary girls, studying together in the same ordinary high school. All have their own reasons to summon Trevor Saunders after his car goes over a cliff. Aliya brings the mystical seances of Syria. Gillian contributes the voodoo arts from her native Trinidad. Miya shares the secret magic of ancient Japan. Will they be able use their powers to bring him bac
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I liked the cultural diversity in the story. The three main characters, Aliya, Miya, and Gillian, are all from vasty different cultures: Arab, Japanese, and Trinidad. The way each cult...more
Trevor is dead, but three girls have unfinished business with him: Aliya was his secret Muslim girlfriend who needs to confess her undying love for him one last time, Gillian was his "business partner" who needs him to tell her where to find some money so that she can return to Trinidad, and...more
Aliya loves him even though he isn't Muslim. Gillian needs the money he promised her so that she can get back to Trinidad. And Miya desperately wishes she could take back what she said to him at that party.
But Trevor is dead and he isn't coming back. Unless these girls have it their way in Three Witches (2009) by Paula Jolin.
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I particularly liked that this novel was drawing on witchcraft lore from three different cultur...more
Schoolmates, but not yet friends, Aliya, Gillian, and Miya all come from various cultural backgrounds: Aliya is Muslim, Gillian is from Trinidad, and Miya is Japanese.
They come together to work magic in allowing themselves closure in the death of Trevor Saunders. Aliya was his secret girlfriend, Gillian was involved in a secret business and wants her money to get back home, and Miya had a secret argument the night he died that she'd do anything to ta...more
First thing about the book that I noticed. :-) Review to come on teenreads.com