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Written in the Stars: Ramalan Bintang (Circle of Three #12)

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Ever moving, ever changing,
stars and planets come and go.
Those who watch their movements say,
"As is above, so is below."Astrology -- the study of the stars -- is said to reveal the truths of the universe. Cooper, Kate, and Annie find this to be alarmingly true, and their progress on the Wiccan path is nearly undone by what the stars tell them.
258 pages
Published 2005 by PT Elex Media Komputindo (first published December 1st 2001)
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Jane Love
Cooper's mom is having problems with the divorce, Kate is having trouble with her brother Kyle who thinks that her involvement in Wicca is a joke Annie and Kate are still coming to terms with what happened between Annie and Tyler, Kate turns 16, Annie has a reading and is told she has 2 siblings when Annie asks her aunt she admits she has an older sister, Will Kate and Annie become best friends again how will Coopers mom cope will Kate make up with her brother and will Annie find her sister. Ano ...more
Mónica
This was a much better book. The seriousness returned to the book and the life of the characters, once again, was more true than the previous volume.

I enjoyed finding out more about Anne's life and everything.
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