The Swedish Gypsy

The Swedish Gypsy The Swedish Gypsy is a historical novel se in turn of the century Stockholm Fredrik a successful business man hires Lilly to work at his cafe Realizing she is a gypsy he keeps her on to tell fortunes

  • Title: The Swedish Gypsy
  • Author: Mary Paulson
  • ISBN: 9781606932001
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Swedish Gypsy is a historical novel se in turn of the century Stockholm Fredrik, a successful business man hires Lilly to work at his cafe Realizing she is a gypsy he keeps her on to tell fortunes He is fascinated with her culture and with Lilly who becomes obsessed with him and pursues him using spells and charms His cafe suffers as Swedish workers strike, leavingThe Swedish Gypsy is a historical novel se in turn of the century Stockholm Fredrik, a successful business man hires Lilly to work at his cafe Realizing she is a gypsy he keeps her on to tell fortunes He is fascinated with her culture and with Lilly who becomes obsessed with him and pursues him using spells and charms His cafe suffers as Swedish workers strike, leaving him with no other choice than to risk all to save his business and his family.

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      Mary Paulson Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Swedish Gypsy book, this is one of the most wanted Mary Paulson author readers around the world.

    434 thoughts on “The Swedish Gypsy”

    1. 1897, LILLYLilly and Rosa walked the dusty road toward town.After just 18 pages where I can tell you this is the stuff puerile is made of, and others will 'um' and 'er' and seek sanctuary by blaming a translator. I am now wondering if this is geared to older child/young adult, and whether this is even Swedish at allTER:All those jarring moments that do not seem authentic are explained - this is an American product through and through, using grandma remembers this and uncle doojah remembers that. [...]


    2. This book brought back memories from my childhood in Sweden (although I grew up in the 1960s, not early 1900s). Because of this, I gave it four stars. It did seem to be written for young readers, but I still enjoyed it. I would like to know more about the author and how she came to research and write about this topic.


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