The Gypsy Enchantment (Charmed, #7)

The Gypsy Enchantment (Charmed, #7)Talk about getting characterisation down to a tee. I felt I was watching a whole new charmed episode. Every single box were ticked, I was engaged, interested, and I definitely couldn't top reading.

This one was set at a circus. Prue is the photographer for the event. Phoebe is looking for hot guys, but instead the icky snake charmer is after her, and Piper has to deal with Dan and Jenny at the circus, not long after breaking up with Dan. But that is not all. There is evil at the circus, and it's down to The Charmed Ones to work it out and save the day.

I easily guessed who the culprit was, but to be fair I wasn't quite sure at the start, and then I got just as confused as the sisters did.

The only reason this book hasn't got full stars is due to the mistakes in the book. There are two occurrences where the author has mixed up the sisters and have used the wrong name e.g. she was meant to put "Prue said" instead she had put "Piper said", I had to read it twice as Piper wasn't even in the short scene, she was somewhere else totally. It happened with Phoebe the once too as well. How these got past the editing stage, I don't know.

Overall a great short book, and it has got me excited to read the next book in the series :) Nothing memorable. I enjoyed the circus setting. I’m annoyed that the picture on the cover is the same as Voodoo Moon.

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Prue Is In A Serious Funk Her Latest Photo Assignment ForIs An Indepth Article About The Carnival CavalcadeCircus Acts In A Tent, And A Midway With Games And Food Prue Hates Circuses, But Piper And Phoebe Are Up For Meeting The Tattooed Snakecharmer, Clowns, And Especially Ivan, The Handsome Gypsy Animal Trainer But A Dark Sign Seems To Mark Him, And Phoebe Has A Vision Of PiperStrangled By A Handsome Stranger!Could Ivan Be A Demon In Disguise? A Mysterious Fire And A Tragic Death Compel The Charmed Ones To Use Their Gifts Now It's The Power Of Three Against The Magic Of Ancient Gypsy Forces! As a huge fan of the tvshow charmed back in the day I was amazed when I found these books available to buy here in Sweden. I haven't seen them anywhere, thankful to marketplace in Facebook for this and three more of them. I want them all now! Nostalgia and this story read like an episode in my opinion. A few misses I noticed which makes it a 4 star read. Like writing Pheobe when it was actually Prue they meant amd stuff like that. A good story for fans of the show, unsure if I'd enjoy it if I hadn't seen it. I really liked this story! It was solid and kept me interested from chapter to chapter! I definitely could’ve seen this as an actual episode of Charmed for sure! My only issue was the big final scene seemed very anticlimatic. But other than that I enjoyed reading this one! This was a good read. Could have been five stars but there were some typos that were too hard to ignore. This is the seventh book in the Charmed series. Carla Jablonski is the author of this book. As the front of the book says Evil has many faces and sometimes it can be the same face as an innocent person. The sisters are going to find out in this book about that. History note for this book is that this takes place after Piper and Dan broke up and she is with Leo now. He is mentioned a lot, but he is not seen.


Prue takes Piper and Phoebe, who beg her to go to the Carnival Cavalcade, which is a circus. Prue hates the idea just as much as she hates clowns. Piper and Phoebe try to cheer her up on the way there, but after she gets to taking pictures of Ivan, the Gypsy violinist her attitude changes and they start talking and flirting.


There is something devilish going on though and it is hard to tell if Ivan is the innocent or is in on all of the things going on. The Fortune teller, Olga tells Piper that her life is in danger at the circus. Not long after that Phoebe has a vision of Piper being strangled by a handsome stranger. Phoebe has to fake a need for new tires as an excuse to leave early since Dan's niece Jenny is with Piper.


Phoebe and her sisters are shocked as ever when they learn the identity of the stranger. Prue won't believe that Ivan can be evil since he has been so nice to her. She wants hard proof so they go back the next day for some snooping since Prue is still on assignment.

By the end of the day something goes terribly wrong. Ivan had invited Prue to a birthday party for one of the clowns. When she arrives at his trailer it explodes, going up in flames just like Phoebe's second vision. The only problem was that somebody was still inside.


The sisters have to find out what is going on because with the girl thought to be Ivan's girlfriend, Miranda dead in the explosion. This makes the rumors that Ivan is cursed even more real.


Prue develops the photos from the day before and they find that their is a Gypsy tradition that twins are separated at birth and raised apart. This comes into play and they learn that Ivan isn't cursed at all, but his twin brother and Olga, that raised his brother are after the Romany Ruby.


The ruby is held in the astral plane though and is guarded by a Loriathian, it is an ugly monster with twelve eyes and many more things on it's body. The violin that Ivan has is the only thing that can get the monster to be calm. So Sacha, his twin & Olga, who is a true Gypsy too want it.


There is something special with the violin though. I'll let you find that out. It was a great read and I couldn't put it down except for the fact that I was about fall sleep. Another for the favorites and a win for the sisters. Everything about this book reminded me about the show, it felt exactly like an episode of the show, absolutely everything. And that is what made it so great. The characterization and building the characters for the story itself were all spot on. When a character spoke or said something, it always felt right, in was in their personality and they would say something like that. I like how Jenny is used in the story, since she wasn't on the show for very long, you get to know her quite a bit better here, and she is actually quite likable. Dan only appears once in the entire book and Leo is only mentioned but never actually appears. I liked how it tried to connect to the canon and style of the show. There was just a feeling that this truly takes place in cannon in Season 2. The essence is captured perfectly in the book.

Prue is working for 415 Magazine, the Circus Cavalcade is in town and she is the photographer for the shows, and Prue isn't very fond of clowns, her sisters Piper and Phoebe, convince her to let them tag along, which she agrees to.

While at the Circus they learn that things are not what they seems and some of the performers are Gypsies and visions and other mysterious things starts to happen, as the sisters get tangled in a complicated tale of Gypsie magic, revenge, greed and power.

The final sequence in the astral plane blew me away by how they are actually in that place, and the demon Loriathian, which guards the Romany ruby, is a very fascinating and original creature. I didn't expect to find such an original and unique beast in this book, but it delivered here. In fact, the entire book did more than just deliver, it entertained me the whole way through, and for simply my enjoyment, I'm giving it five stars. This was a fun read. Sometimes Piper and Phoebe seemed more immature than they do on the show, but I thought some of that came from the location of the story (a circus). Still it was pretty good and I enjoyed it. Fun and enjoyable read. I liked the fact that the story connected to the tv series more than many other books of the series.

Carla Jablonski is the author and editor of dozens of best-selling books for teenage and middle-grade readers. She grew up in New York City, where she attended public schools and the Bronx High School of Science. She has a BA in anthropology from Vassar College and an MA from NYU's Gallatin School, an interdisciplinary program for which she combined playwriting, the history of gender issues in 19t

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    Overall a great short book, and it has got me excited to read the next book in the series :) Nothing memorable. I enjoyed the circus setting. I’m annoyed that the picture on the cover is the same as Voodoo Moon.
    Threering Acts And Thricetold Tales Bring Threefold Power That Never Fails Gypsy Legends, Gypsy Lore, Gypsy Demons Haunt No More
    Prue Is In A Serious Funk Her Latest Photo Assignment ForIs An Indepth Article About The Carnival CavalcadeCircus Acts In A Tent, And A Midway With Games And Food Prue Hates Circuses, But Piper And Phoebe Are Up For Meeting The Tattooed Snakecharmer, Clowns, And Especially Ivan, The Handsome Gypsy Animal Trainer But A Dark Sign Seems To Mark Him, And Phoebe Has A Vision Of PiperStrangled By A Handsome Stranger!Could Ivan Be A Demon In Disguise? A Mysterious Fire And A Tragic Death Compel The Charmed Ones To Use Their Gifts Now It's The Power Of Three Against The Magic Of Ancient Gypsy Forces! As a huge fan of the tvshow charmed back in the day I was amazed when I found these books available to buy here in Sweden. I haven't seen them anywhere, thankful to marketplace in Facebook for this and three more of them. I want them all now! Nostalgia and this story read like an episode in my opinion. A few misses I noticed which makes it a 4 star read. Like writing Pheobe when it was actually Prue they meant amd stuff like that. A good story for fans of the show, unsure if I'd enjoy it if I hadn't seen it. I really liked this story! It was solid and kept me interested from chapter to chapter! I definitely could’ve seen this as an actual episode of Charmed for sure! My only issue was the big final scene seemed very anticlimatic. But other than that I enjoyed reading this one! This was a good read. Could have been five stars but there were some typos that were too hard to ignore. This is the seventh book in the Charmed series. Carla Jablonski is the author of this book. As the front of the book says Evil has many faces and sometimes it can be the same face as an innocent person. The sisters are going to find out in this book about that. History note for this book is that this takes place after Piper and Dan broke up and she is with Leo now. He is mentioned a lot, but he is not seen.


    Prue takes Piper and Phoebe, who beg her to go to the Carnival Cavalcade, which is a circus. Prue hates the idea just as much as she hates clowns. Piper and Phoebe try to cheer her up on the way there, but after she gets to taking pictures of Ivan, the Gypsy violinist her attitude changes and they start talking and flirting.


    There is something devilish going on though and it is hard to tell if Ivan is the innocent or is in on all of the things going on. The Fortune teller, Olga tells Piper that her life is in danger at the circus. Not long after that Phoebe has a vision of Piper being strangled by a handsome stranger. Phoebe has to fake a need for new tires as an excuse to leave early since Dan's niece Jenny is with Piper.


    Phoebe and her sisters are shocked as ever when they learn the identity of the stranger. Prue won't believe that Ivan can be evil since he has been so nice to her. She wants hard proof so they go back the next day for some snooping since Prue is still on assignment.

    By the end of the day something goes terribly wrong. Ivan had invited Prue to a birthday party for one of the clowns. When she arrives at his trailer it explodes, going up in flames just like Phoebe's second vision. The only problem was that somebody was still inside.


    The sisters have to find out what is going on because with the girl thought to be Ivan's girlfriend, Miranda dead in the explosion. This makes the rumors that Ivan is cursed even more real.


    Prue develops the photos from the day before and they find that their is a Gypsy tradition that twins are separated at birth and raised apart. This comes into play and they learn that Ivan isn't cursed at all, but his twin brother and Olga, that raised his brother are after the Romany Ruby.


    The ruby is held in the astral plane though and is guarded by a Loriathian, it is an ugly monster with twelve eyes and many more things on it's body. The violin that Ivan has is the only thing that can get the monster to be calm. So Sacha, his twin & Olga, who is a true Gypsy too want it.


    There is something special with the violin though. I'll let you find that out. It was a great read and I couldn't put it down except for the fact that I was about fall sleep. Another for the favorites and a win for the sisters. Everything about this book reminded me about the show, it felt exactly like an episode of the show, absolutely everything. And that is what made it so great. The characterization and building the characters for the story itself were all spot on. When a character spoke or said something, it always felt right, in was in their personality and they would say something like that. I like how Jenny is used in the story, since she wasn't on the show for very long, you get to know her quite a bit better here, and she is actually quite likable. Dan only appears once in the entire book and Leo is only mentioned but never actually appears. I liked how it tried to connect to the canon and style of the show. There was just a feeling that this truly takes place in cannon in Season 2. The essence is captured perfectly in the book.

    Prue is working for 415 Magazine, the Circus Cavalcade is in town and she is the photographer for the shows, and Prue isn't very fond of clowns, her sisters Piper and Phoebe, convince her to let them tag along, which she agrees to.

    While at the Circus they learn that things are not what they seems and some of the performers are Gypsies and visions and other mysterious things starts to happen, as the sisters get tangled in a complicated tale of Gypsie magic, revenge, greed and power.

    The final sequence in the astral plane blew me away by how they are actually in that place, and the demon Loriathian, which guards the Romany ruby, is a very fascinating and original creature. I didn't expect to find such an original and unique beast in this book, but it delivered here. In fact, the entire book did more than just deliver, it entertained me the whole way through, and for simply my enjoyment, I'm giving it five stars. This was a fun read. Sometimes Piper and Phoebe seemed more immature than they do on the show, but I thought some of that came from the location of the story (a circus). Still it was pretty good and I enjoyed it. Fun and enjoyable read. I liked the fact that the story connected to the tv series more than many other books of the series.
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  • Paperback
  • 181 pages
  • The Gypsy Enchantment (Charmed, #7)
  • Carla Jablonski
  • English
  • 13 March 2019
  • 9780743409315

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