|Beware What You Wish|
|Visions of evil are everywhere…|
Diana G. Gallagher
Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
0-743-40934-5 / 9780743409346
- When wishes give dark powers life
- Stark disaster becomes rife.
- Danger, chaos, evil rise
- Before our unsuspecting eyes!
While photographing Stephen Tremaine, a wealthy businessman running for public office, Prue notices an ancient stone statue from South America. Then the next morning, Prue, Piper, and Phoebe are disturbed by the number of tragic incidents in the news. Wishing she could foresee more calamities in order to prevent them, Phoebe suddenly gets dizzy, but the feeling passes.
Soon Phoebe is having more visions than she can handle—and the sisters can't keep up with the impending accidents and disasters. Then a terrible vision sends the Halliwells to a charity carnival, where Tremaine will face his opponent. The Charmed Ones must summon the Power of Three to avert a tragedy and save San Francisco—if they can work out which disaster to stop first!
- Prue Halliwell: The eldest sister with the power of Telekinesis and Astral Projection.
- Piper Halliwell: The middle sister with the power of Molecular Immobilization.
- Phoebe Halliwell: The youngest sister with the power of Premonition and Levitation.
- Stephen Tremaine: Wealthy businessman running for congressman, who had a photo shooting with Prue.
- Athulak: A powerful demon trapped inside a stone before Stephen accidentally released him.
- Noel Jefferson: Stephen's competition.
- Paul: Jefferson's nephew and Lenore's son.
- Lenore: Jefferson's sister.
- Leo Wyatt: The Charmed Ones' Whitelighter and Piper's boyfriend. His powers include Orbing and Healing.
- Rick Foreman: New part-time bartender at P3. Phoebe's love interest.
- Roy Hansen: Cowboy stunt.
- Jenny: Redhead.
- Charlie: With a clipboard and a mustache.
- Barry: Employee at a supermarket.
- Professor Rubin: Professor who teaches Phoebe's class.
- Gil Corso: Manager of 415 Magazine and Prue's boss.
- Penny Halliwell: The Charmed Ones' deceased grandmother with the power of Telekinesis.
- Fire, water, wind, and air,
- Cast in cosmic primal brine;
- Bid Athulak's wind, beware!
- No passage through this door I bind.
- Telekinesis: Used by Prue.
- Molecular Immobilization: Used by Piper.
- Premonition: Used by Phoebe.
- Orbing: Used by Leo.
- Projection: Used by Athulak to grant wishes.
Notes and TriviaEdit
- This is the last book to feature Prue.
- This is also the first book to feature Leo.
- Chronologically, it should actually come before 'Soul of the Bride'.
- Phoebe wasn't dating Cole Turner.
- In this book, The Elders allowed Piper and Leo to be together because Piper's broken heart threatened to weaken The Power of Three. On the show, she was able to convince them by saving an innocent girl named Kate.
- Prue is described as having blue eyes when her eyes are actually green.
- French: La statuette maléfique (The Evil Statue)
- Russian: Opasnyje žjelanĳa (The Dangerous Desires)