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"I will live forever. If I could make you, my daughter, live longer than a human, I would. I do not want to be alone again." 

A 97-year-old fortune-teller discovers the magic to be young and live forever. Dima, the illegitimate granddaughter of Catherine the Great, is doomed to live in poverty until she steals the four Starostavne books of magical spells, potions, and enchantments. Years later in Los Angeles, Dima's wild teenage daughter resents a 112-year-old mother who can shape-shift into the same age as she. Medea loathes Dima, who loves her 17 cats more than she does her rebellious daughter. Medea despises a mother who claims all witchcraft as her magic and treats her daughter like a slave. In secret, Medea develops her own sorcery.

©2019 Belinda V. Garcia (P)2020 Belinda V. Garcia

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  • RJ
  • 11-01-20

How to succeed with magic!

Get ready to enjoy a humorous yarn about an elderly witch of noble blood who wants to be young again. 98-year-old Dima Romanov claims to be the granddaughter of Catherine the Great, who was Empress of Russia from 1762 until 1796. Dima carted around a traveling trunk bearing the Romanov Seal, also containing personal items confirming who she said she was. The present year is around 1918-1920. Resigned to poverty while telling fortunes, Dima was determined to be successful and live forever. The four Starostavne Books of Magical Spells, Potions, and Enchantments, a magical stone, a secret recipe, and a voyage to the United States, along with her 17 cats, propelled Dima on her way. Celebrating her new success and freedom preceded Dima delivering a daughter named Medea. The focus now switches to Medea, her relationship with Dima, and establishing her place in the world. Medea weaves quite an interesting tale of her own. This first volume in the series launches the saga of “A Dysfunctional Family of Witches”; a unique and compelling view of the challenging lives of witches. I look forward to the further adventures of Dima. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Interesting!

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

This was a new and interesting take on magic and witchcraft. I love the characters but I wish there was more of Medea in the story. We get plenty of Dema (she is a character that I am not sure if I like or hate) who is a very complicated witch that seems like she has issues with her mood. Some moments, she is likeable and others she is someone that you wish you could punch in the face.
Overall, this was a really good book and I love the strange take on magic that the author came up with. The narration was really good as well, although I did have to speed it up to 1.4x as it was a bit slow otherwise

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  • Helen
  • 10-28-20

fabulous

amazing book must buy book
A 97-year-old fortune-teller discovers the magic to be young and live forever