An ancient gypsy discovers the magic to be young.
“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.”
The last of her gypsy family, Dima seems doomed to live life as a mere fortune-teller, until she steals the Starostavne Books of Magical Spells and Enchantments. Monks wrote the wizardry books long ago. In the Tree of Life Magic and Time Spells book, Dima learns the secret of never aging.
Years later, Dima’s teenage daughter resents a mother who is 112 years old but shifts into a woman young enough to be her sister. Medea loathes a mother who loves her 17 cats more than she does her 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.
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