The Wishing Well

The Wishing Well

Amy Ewing / Sep 19, 2019

The Wishing Well The Wishing Well is part of a collection of children s stories of the same name that are very popular in the Lone City particularly the Marsh For Violet it has always symbolized her father as he us

  • Title: The Wishing Well
  • Author: Amy Ewing
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  • The Wishing Well is part of a collection of children s stories of the same name that are very popular in the Lone City, particularly the Marsh For Violet, it has always symbolized her father, as he used to read it to her when he would come home from work The Wishing Well tells the tale of two sisters, gifted with one wish each after saving a water spirit, and how thoseThe Wishing Well is part of a collection of children s stories of the same name that are very popular in the Lone City, particularly the Marsh For Violet, it has always symbolized her father, as he used to read it to her when he would come home from work The Wishing Well tells the tale of two sisters, gifted with one wish each after saving a water spirit, and how those wishes change their lives.A deleted scene from The Jewel that was posted on Epic Reads Can be found at epicreads blog read a

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      • Amy Ewing

        Amy Ewing is the young adult author of The Jewel, the first in a trilogy from HarperTeen, coming out September 2014.She grew up in a small town outside Boston, where her librarian mother instilled a deep love of reading at a young age Amy moved to New York City in 2000 to study theater at New York University Unfortunately, her acting career didn t quite pan out She worked in restaurants, as an administrative assistant, a nanny, and a sales representative for a wine distributor before the lack of creativity in her life drove her to begin writing.Amy received her MFA in Creative Writing for Children from The New School, where she was lucky enough to meet a fabulous community of YA writers who keep her sane on a daily basis She lives in Harlem, where she spends her days writing, eating cheese, and occasionally binge watching The Vampire Diaries.


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    1. Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell

      Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestToday is the day of short stories!I recently read THE JEWEL and THE WHITE ROSE. I don't normally read this "between the numbers" fillers, but this "deleted scene" is free to read here, and I figured why not? Let's dive back into this incredibly f'ed up world and see what else Ewing has up her sleeve. "Bring it!" I say. "Bring it all!"Surprisingly, THE WISHING WELL is not a story about Violet. Instead, it's a backstory into the secrets of the world [...]


    2. ”’You have awoken me from a dreamless slumber, and broken the spell cast upon me by an evil man. To thank you, I will grant you each one wish.’”As the old saying goes, be careful what you wish for.Though part of the Jewel series, this book doesn’t follow any of the main characters from the story. Instead, his tale is taken from an imaginary collection of stories akin to Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Think of it as a dystopian version of The Language of Thorns, which Leigh Bardugo invented for [...]








    3. The Wishing WellOnce, in a time long, long ago, there were two sisters who lived in a small village by the sea. The elder sister was raven-haired, with eyes as dark as coals, somber and serious. The younger was fair, joyful, and quick to laugh, with eyes like fire, a bright and burning amber.One day, while on an errand for their father, the sisters came upon an old well, lonely and forgotten, its crumbling stones covered with moss. The sisters peered into its depths, but they could not see the b [...]


    4. This story/book was mentioned many times throughout the trilogy, so it was nice to finally read it! And I don't know what it is about older sisters, but they must be something else in this world. Though Violet wasn't anything like that, so I dunno. I enjoyed this short story, and it definitely didn't take that long to read!


    5. Found and downloaded it off the post on EpicReads.Interesting. I know the story is talked about a few times in "The Jewel" but it wasn't what I was expecting given how it was discussed in that book.Still an interesting find, and a bit of back history into some of the characters.


    6. this should have been in the series. a great parable, they could have worked some interesting symmetry into the storyline with this story as the native thread.




    7. Es el cuento del pozo de los deseos un cuento corto que no puedo dejar de relacionar con la historia de Sil y de pensar si tendrá cierta relevancia para entener lo que suceda en los dos últimos libros de esta trilogía!!


    8. First Sentence:"Once, in a time long, long ago, there were two sisters who lived in a small village by the sea."It was a good fairytale. I think if you look closely you can see how Violet's story and this one have some comparisons.


    9. Alors que j’avais un avis mitigé concernant le premier tome de la saga Le Joyau, l’univers en soit m’avait vraiment conquis. L’auteure a su mettre en place toute une histoire, des références, des métiers propres à son monde. La culture semblait être vraiment intéressante et je regrettais de ne pas en savoir plus, notamment sur les fameux contes qui comptent énormément aux yeux de Violet.The Wishing Well est une petite histoire simple avec une morale particulière comme on les co [...]


    10. January 7th, 2015 MINI-REVIEW4.5 stars, because if only it was longerfelt really too short for me, ugh!What is it that attracts me to these kinds of fairytale-like stories? I just adore them. Maybe how they're written? Or maybe what morals they hold? Perhaps it's the feeling of reading a fairytale as opposed to an actual story for once is appealing because you know it couldn't possibly true--just maybe, of course. If anything, there's something whimsical about these kinds of talesThis is the t [...]


    11. I really liked this story and how the author set it up to tie in with the series. It was a very dark little tale, which I loved, and I totally bought that this is the type of fairytale bedtime-type story that parents might tell their children in the Lone City. I also really liked how good of a metaphor it really is for the series as a whole, and what the message of it was.Even though I was pretty disappointed by some parts of The Jewel, this story has reminded me how excited I am to continue on [...]


    12. I recently won The Jewel (The Lone City, #1) in a giveaway and came across this little story by the same author. It is a VERY short little fairytale but I enjoyed it a lot (view spoiler)[ (how great would it be if you could read and remember a dozen books in one sitting?) (hide spoiler)] and I am now looking forward to reading The Jewel.


    13. This is the tale of two sisters that are granted one wish and what happens in tune to what makes us human--the positive and the negative. I just wish this was longer so my cracked heart would have more to weep over and gleam from this tale. But some tales are like that, short and sweet (or rather bittersweet in this case).


    14. I liked it! I wished it had been a little longer or maybe included in the first book (haven't read the other two so I don't I know if it's somewhere there). I just read another review where it said that even children stories are traumatizing and I just couldn't agree more! I still like it, though, and I can't wait to read the rest of the series.


    15. Nice little story entitled The Wishing Well, which is a famous short story mentioned in The Jewel.Nothing really new except for the wonderful story itself, which sends out a nice message between two sisters.


    16. This just feels like a bunch of fairy tales and fables were bunched together and tweaked a bit before it was published. The only reason I read this is because of that twist at the end of The Jewel. Never has a series that I hate so much compelled me to keep reading.


    17. I normally hate novellas that are little fairytale type stories but this was short enough that it held my attention the whole time. I enjoyed it. It was equally disturbing and cute/sweet. It was weird. Worth the read though!







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