The last book of The'starlight Trilogy answers all the questions and solves the mysteries set down in the first segment, Starlight, Starbright? What became of the Franklin heir, the'son of the beautiful Amish girl, Rebecca? Who actually killed the would-be child molester, Al Pit's, and the mother of Lucinda Barnes? Does the handsome Victor Delacourt remain only a teen-age girl?s memory? What motivated the fiercely protective attitude of Sissy?s mother, Jackie Bannister, toward her daughters? Throughout the'saga, Sissy Bannister has survived many stages and changes in her life: precocious child; inquisitive, compassionate teen: a somewhat reluctant bride: battered wife: independent widow. In this portion of the'saga, she comes to grips with moral issues of her occupation, loneliness, temptation, journalistic success beyond her imagination, mind-numbing terror and sorrow, all the while sustained by the'same indomitable spirit with which she was born. This eagerly awaited finale holds the'same wealth of characters, convoluted story lines and plots, many with unexpected conclusions, as the first two books. Perhaps her many wishes upon many stars were the catalysts that sent her in search of her starlit dreams. The promise of a rich, full life, filled with the love and companionship Sissy longed for waits to be discovered within the pages of The Wish I Wish Tonight.
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November 08, 2007
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