When an innocent wish creates two Pipers, it appears that problems might be solved - afterall two's always better than one, right? And two Pipers can do twice as much work! But when Piper's alter ego's impulsive side begins to wreak havoc, the sisters decide that they can accept no substitutes for the Power of Three!
Paperback, 208 pages
June 1st 2004
by Simon & Schuster Ltd
(first published February 2004)
It was ok. The show is much better than the books. The writing style does not have the same effect at portraying the characters that the actors did. The show is one of my favourites of all time so I had high hopes.