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Gypsy Witch

A Paragon Society Novel, Book 2
Narrated by: Matt Godfrey
Length: 7 hrs and 31 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (115 ratings)

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Shape-shifters, battle mages, and blood magic-wielding bad guys, or as Orson Reid calls it - Tuesday. Luckily for Orson, the rumors are true; he is the Ollphiest, the monster that even monsters fear.  

Now, as the newest member of the Paragon Society, Orson is eyeballs-deep in a crash course on battle magic. He spends his days training with Lucy, who attempts to slice, dice, and set him on fire. Seriously.  

So, when the society directs them to check out a possible rogue magic user in Northern California, Orson is more than happy for the break.  

A total of 350 miles north of Los Angeles, a college sophomore, in a desperate attempt at love, has unwittingly unleashed chaos, placing Orson and Lucy on a collision course with mayhem.

©2018 David Delaney (P)2019 Tantor

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Good downward spiral!

For something that started as an excellent series it quickly spiraled downward. The first book started off excellent but had a serious down ending. In this book the main character becomes more of a sideline to the story than actually doing anything meaningful to advance the characters story. In fact the true main character of this story was really the villain because it spent more time dealing with the villains motivations and actions then with what should’ve been the main character. The battle mage was so rude and belligerent she should’ve been shot in the head I was actually hoping that would happen by the end of the story. Well I have tried with two books but the storyline is spiraling into stupidity so I’m giving up on this book series. Maybe the author would do something better and maybe I’ll look at his other stuff but the storyline is a dead end to me.

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Good continuation

Gypsy Witch is a good continuation but badly needs the third book. Questions were asked that need answers and those migh be found iin the third book.

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Solid book.

No major complaints. Narator was good. Ending kinda made me go meh. Well written otherwise.

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Protagonist

I’m just waiting for the lead to take a different approach and stop being walked all over and having people dictate his actions. I would love to be able to see him break loose. On I side note I was super happy when Lucy got shot in the face it was the highlight of the whole book.

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