A Gypsy Song (The Eye of the Crystal Ball – The Wolfboy Chronicles)

| April 27, 2013


A Gypsy Song (The Eye of the Crystal Ball - The Wolfboy Chronicles)



If you are a fan of YA fantasy adventure books or would like a easy, fun, enjoyable read, adult or child, go ahead and pick this one up. You won’t be disappointed. I can’t wait to read this to two of my step-daughters (who are 8 and 11)because I know they would love this story. – readitreviewit.

It reminded me of Alice in Wonderland and how once she left some sort of creature/obstacle behind, there was always something else even more strange ahead of them – readingwithstyle

I never had a dull moment reading the book. It was fun and full of exciting happenings and fast-paced just the way I like it! I recommend it to young readers but adults can still enjoy the story. – coffeebooksandme


Sara’s life is drastically changed the moment a convoy of horse-drawn caravans enters the quiet Reidenburgerstrasse where she lives with the people she thinks are her parents.

Sara doesn’t know that her parents found her in a basket on their doorstep thirteen years earlier. Neither does she know that she is a gypsy or that she is going to be the greatest sorceress who has ever lived.

Soon Sara will discover a magical world she never knew existed and go on a journey that she knows will cost her dearly.

In A Gypsy Song we meet Sami the Wolfboy for the first time. Read his story in Willow Rose’s novel ‘I am Wolf’ (The Wolfboy Chronicles)

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