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In a magical realm three teenage girls Jade Opal and Amber are chosen to fulfill an ancient prophecy On the day of their fourteenth birthdays they set out on a quest that will require them to leave their homes and families face fierce enemies in a land called Fairytale where magic reigns and evil is unknown Although they meet as strangers they must learn to trust one another with their lives as they embark on this epic journey armed only with magical stonesAt the same time in a parallel world a young girl named Joa fights for her life in a hospital in Paris While she is dreaming she is transported to the magical realm where the three young heroines fight a spectacular battle Their success or failure will determine the fate of Fairytale


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    My faith in the public's ability to choose good literature has been completely destroyed by this book Written by a 15 year old French writer I cannot believe it has been published in multiple languages and that it's average review is nearly a four You must be kidding The writing is incredibly stilted I am feeling a great deal of pity for Middle School English teachers if this passes for really good teen writing and the plot has so many holes that it isn't even coherent in places Nearly every major and minor conflict in the book is resolved in just a few pages by some type of strange miraculous plot twist Just one example should convince you how bad this writing is One of the main characters is killed in the first hundred or so pages Her companions lament that she is gone never to return An actual quote It gets worse But surprisingly we learn in just a couple of pages that she is NOT dead because of all things Death is on strike And why would Death be on strike? Because no one appreciates her If you actually have read good young adult fiction it is nearly torturous to force yourself through this book Avoid it at all costs I gave it one star assuming that some of the awkardness is due to a bad translation and a bad editor They should both be fired