Hana’s life as a loner–in school and at home–brightens only when she’s masquerading as someone else online or chilling with her imaginary BFF (Best Friend Forever), rock star Avril Lavigne. But Hana’s daily grind is finally going to change, thanks to the demon she’s purchased from the mysterious website Make5Wishes.com. At last Hana’s going to be popular, her parents are going to stop fighting, her world is going to be as perfect as she’s always dreamed. So how could Hana’s best-laid plans for happiness turn to tragedy? Perhaps because everything has its price. . . .
About the Author:
Camilla d’Errico is a product of her split heritage, Italian and Canadian rolled into one: Italian fiestiness, Canadian politeness, and an early addiction to Saturday morning cartoons, comics and manga. Growing up she was more often doodling sexy damsels and dragons on her textbooks than reading them. In 1998 when Camilla first attended her first San Diego Comic Con she realised that a 9–5 day job would kill her and this was what she wanted to do. Thanks to her relentless energy, dedication, and just enough sleep deprivation, she has followed her dream of working creatively for a living.
Camilla’s unique style continues to be in demand and her client list includes Dark Horse Comics, Image Comics, Random House, Tokyopop, Hasbro, Disney, Sanrio, Neil Gaiman and she also works with video game and movie companies on character development. Her own characters and properties, Tanpopo and Helmetgirls, are loved by fans and followers and now inspire Cosplay costumes. She has successfully merchandised and licensed her beautiful artwork across a variety of categories: clothing, stationery and gift, accessories, art prints, etc. and continues to expand her licensing program. Her emotive and eloquent paintings have propelled her to the top of the ranks of the New Contemporary art movement, and she is represented by Opera Gallery of New York.
Camilla can’t live without Holbein’s “DUO” water-soluble oils, green tea lattes, Hello Kitty merchandise, and her daily fix of manga and anime.
“It’s about expressing what they feel and feeling what they express”
I didn’t like this story as much as the first one, but I did have a favorite part in this story and you will have to read the book in order to try and guess what it is.