IN WHICH THE MORAL OF THE STORY IS TO GIVE UP
Dorothy Panaway owns a box that grants wishes, each wish usually paid by taking from someone else. She's never had to live with the consequences of her wrecklessness. Everything changes when Dorothy's four friends die in a car crash. Hoping to save their lives, she uses the box to go back in time and prevent the crash from ever happening. The box refuses to make it easy. After all, there is only one rule the box reinforces; You can only save your own life and the life of one other person.