A girl asks someone for help in ‘The Mirror Broken Wish’
I am a big Disney fan. Lately I have been able to read a few books based on well known characters, and they have been a lot of fun. When I heard about The Mirror Broken Wish I hoped I would get to read it. I was able to get a digital copy of this book and here is what I thought of it.
You can read the plot for The Mirror Broken Wish here:
Sixteen-year-old Elva has a secret. She has visions and strange powers that she will do anything to hide. She knows the warnings about what happens to witches in their small village of Hanau. She’s heard the terrible things people say about the Witch of the North Woods, and the malicious hunts that follow…
When Elva accidentally witnesses a devastating vision of the future, she decides she has to do everything she can to prevent it. Tapping into her powers for the first time, Elva discovers a magical mirror and its owner-none other than the Witch of the North Woods herself. As Elva learns more about her burgeoning magic, and the lines between hero and villain start to blur, she must find a way to right past wrongs before it’s too late.
I had a great time reading this book. It took a well known story and expanded on it in many ways. We learn what happened after a miracle occurred, and the fallout of a friendship afterwards. When a girl sees that something bad will happen to her family, she asks someone for help in stopping it. From here a new friendship begins to bloom, and it looks like this tragedy might be stopped. As this tale comes to a close though this family learns a tough lesson. Fans of this story will want to check this book out.