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The Wisher's Well by Bhavna Khemlani
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Apr 20, 2012

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it was amazing
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This is a story of four compassionate and aspirant teenagers,’ Yuna Lee, Joben Saito, Alec Burley and Amporn Srisai who decide to travel for two weeks to four countries in Southeast Asia. They don’t know which country they will travel to. Each of them makes a wish.
It’s a gamble and they pick up a chit randomly, just like opening a fortune cookie. It’s fascinating to know which country brings a new story and what each teenager discovers from traveling to that country.
Yuna is tired with her weekend cooking responsibility. Joben has travelled from Japan to make sure he attains a high school diploma. Alec is drenched and disgusted with exams. Amporn feels absorbed with singing. Each of them feels the gravity of reality during their twelfth grade requirements. Is taking a break before University a good Idea? Was their location right? Could they adjust? What do they learn? Each country picked randomly is just like craving for a boon from a wish well, which may or may not be fulfilled.
Dive into a thought and make a wish. Which destination you choose is a secret that promises you a miraculous experience.
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