Book Reviews

Book Review: The Last Of The Magi

When a tarot card reading reveals an evil secret from biblical times, Mila, an orphaned gypsy, is forced to confront his true destiny. When he recklessly ignores the prophecy, a twist of fate brings two Americans into his world: Casey, an heiress, along with Jack, her ingenious companion, who were both stranded in Berlin by unusual circumstances. The three teens accidentally plunge into a world of dark secrets contained within Berlin’s abandoned underground tunnels. There, they uncover a lost artifact once wielded by the Nazis that awakens an evil force. Seeking to possess these powers, a sinister cult unleashes a shadow army to hunt for this holy relic. Mila and his new friends must flee to escape certain death, and they are burdened with unlocking the mysteries of the artifact’s lost history, which promises to uncover what was Hitler’s unholy vengeance against the Gypsies.

author interview

Author Interview: G.S “George” Eli

G.S. “George” Eli is an American Rom who works as an activist, author, filmmaker and spiritualist. He is the founder of the Romani Media Initiative (RMI), which addresses the issues related to Romani exclusion from society. He authored “The Last of the Magi,” a fiction novel that speaks to this very topic and which creates one of the first ever Romani heroes.