Three Witches by Paula Jolin

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Three seemingly ordinary girls, studying together in the same ordinary high school. All have their own reasons to summon Trevor Saunders after his car goes over a cliff. Aliya brings the mystical seances of Syria. Gillian contributes the voodoo arts from her native Trinidad. Miya shares the secret magic of ancient Japan. Will they be able use their powers to bring him back one more time? Should they?


About Paula Jolin

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PAULA JOLIN's book IN THE NAME OF GOD was named a 2008 NCSS-CBC Notable Social Studies Book fir Young People. An authority on Islamic cultures, Paula lives in Cary, North Carolina.
Published July 21, 2009 by Roaring Brook Press. 240 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Each culture is vividly portrayed through the interactions of the girls at home and together, but Trevor, around whom the girls and the plot revolve, remains vague and unpersuasive.

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Aliya, Gillian and Miya have specific reasons for wanting to make contact with the spirit of Trevor, a boy killed in a car accident.

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