Sunday, April 13, 2014

Gypsy (The High Priestess Series) by Matti Snook Review

Title: Gypsy
Series: The High Priestess Series
Author: Matti Snook
Genre: Fairy Tale Fantasy
Pages: 372
Price: $0.99
Thoughts: Fantastically detailed.

Book Synopsis:

The world of magic is turned upside down when the High Priestess is murdered and her only daughter and heir, Ivy Tessara, is forced to give up the magic in order to save her own life. Saved by the Gypsies, Ivy begins to search for who killed her mother and where the magic has gone.

Soren Fairchild has always been average, until one day he accidentally throws a coffee cup across the room with his mind. When he finds a mysterious book in the library, he starts to search for answers when he is drawn to Ivy.

Ivy and Soren, along with the Gypsy twins Davey and Fox and the help of Gypsy Elder Madam Gwinea, go on a journey of self discovery and magic. As they uncover the truth about who they are, more questions are raised than answers.

Will they be able to uncover the late High Priestess's secrets in time? Or is the whole magical world about to fall into chaos?


One of the first things I first noticed about Gypsy by Matti Snook was how wonderfully detailed and descriptive the book was. A good fairy tale fantasy always has the ability to whisk you away to another place. Matti Snook has the process down pat. If you love fairy tales and fantasy, you'll love this book.

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