In Fair Coin by E.C. Myers (Pyr, March 2012), Ephraim Scott finds a coin that he thinks will grant his wishes whenever he flips it.
In Scotland, a coin hammered into a tree as a token offering to the spirits is good for one wish.
The Japanese write wishes on slips of paper and tie them to special trees, believing that such disclosure will make them come true.
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