Le Cirque De Magie

Rated 4.29/5 based on 7 reviews
The circus is ready to roll out for the 1925 tour. Ravi, the high-wire heart throb, is jittery when meeting the company’s newly-hired female dwarf. Hours before departure, his magical perceptions are on fire as he witnesses her involvement in a gory bump off.

Ravi is desperate to protect his sweetheart and the rest of the company. Will his Suparna abilities be enough to snuff out the demon? More
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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Historical
  • Words: 9,860
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781466129092
About Marsha A. Moore

Marsha A. Moore is a writer of fantasy romance. The magic of art and nature spark life into her writing. Her creativity also spills into watercolor painting and drawing. After a move from Toledo to Tampa in 2008, she’s happily transforming into a Floridian, in love with the outdoors. Crazy about cycling, she usually passes the 1,000 mile mark yearly. She is learning kayaking and already addicted. She’s been a yoga enthusiast for over a decade and that spiritual quest helps her explore the mystical side of fantasy. She never has enough days spent at the beach, usually scribbling away at new stories with toes wiggling in the sand. Every day at the beach is magical! She is the author of the novel, TEARS ON A TRANQUIL LAKE, the first in a trilogy available through MuseItUp Publishing. Part two, TORTUGA TREASURE is scheduled for release in January, 2012. Look for the first of her epic fantasy romance series, SEEKING A SCRIBE: ENCHANTED BOOKSTORE LEGENDS ONE, to be available early 2012. Learn more about Marsha at her website: http://MarshaAMoore.com and chat with her on Twitter @MarshaAMoore.

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Reviews of Le Cirque De Magie by Marsha A. Moore

Lily Lockhart reviewed on Jan. 23, 2018

Very well written, wished it had been a full sized novel, but a great read anyway.
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Juli D. Revezzo reviewed on May 28, 2013

Le Cirque de Magie sets readers down in the 1920s alongside Ravi, a trapeze artist in a circus troupe in Sarasota, Florida. Ravi's no ordinary trapeze artist, he's really a supernatural being called a Suparna.
During his troupe's run, a dwarf joins up, but Ravi senses something strange about her--something he doesn't like. When his beloved Alice is threatened, Ravi senses the dwarf is behind it.

Can Ravi save his beloved? What more trouble will the dwarf cause before he can stop her? And what'll happen when Ravi's secret is exposed?

You'll have to read to find out!

Filled with intrigue, romance, and magic, along with authentic tidbits of the culture of the 1920s that created a unique and vivid story world, this is a delightful little tale that I think fantasy fans will enjoy.
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PJ Port reviewed on Jan. 6, 2013

A unique and interesting array of characters.
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iri reviewed on Dec. 22, 2011

To be honest i'm quite disappointed. Oh the story isn't bad but it lack something. I would have loved more explanation about the powers from the different character like for example do the suparna have a special link with animal. Is that why the dog go to him?
Also...i didn't see many things to make us understand that's in 1920 ( ok the absynte but apart that the time of the story isn't well show so we don't know if it's important)

The character have their own personnality that's great but it's to short to understand them and "live" the story with them.

Also as for the title in french...i was a bit bohered by it. Now with the story read i understand a bit more but i would have prefered something like " le cirque magique" for example seems more appropriate.

So in the end, i think it could be a great story if it was completed.
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zanza anza reviewed on Dec. 20, 2011

The story was good. Revi was an entertaining character and the Molly Macgillavery the seamstress was a bit scary but over all a great character with her no nonsense attitude! I agree with other reviewers that the story ended a little to abruptly. you have to wonder what will happened to Lyra McCauley. will she truly go back to the store on wednesday and will she get to know him or just leave?
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Kat Hubbard reviewed on Dec. 19, 2011

The only complaint I have is that it ended way too soon :) This was a great read about Ravi, a Suparna, who is hiding his true identity from most of the circus folk (besides Jack the Manager and his girlfriend Alice). While practicing for their performance, Ravi nearly drops Alice from the flying trapeze as a newly hired dwarf, Sadie, causes a commotion below with Ravi's friends, the Snake people. He has a feeling the dwarf is more than meets the eye, and soon finds out his feelings are correct. He sees Sadie one night doing something hideous and decides to inform Jack. What happens next is the search for Sadie's whereabouts as well as what Sadie truly is, as she is no ordinary dwarf. I really liked this story and thought that Moore did a great job of making Ravi seem real with his "not so good English". I encourage you to take a chance on this book. You won't be disappointed!
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Ann Rubeck reviewed on Nov. 23, 2011

This story was a fun look at the heyday of the circus in the 1920s! I felt like I could really smell the circus, the sweat of the animals and a buttery popcorn aroma in the air. The author did a great job creating a setting that pulled me in. The details of the time period added a lot, especially the clothing and the slang. Loved the slang words, like brown plaid, panther piss, and zozzled! The magic came off well, complementing the grittiness of the hard times during prohibition. The main character was a likeable, honest guy with deep feelings I could easily relate to. Really liked the mysterious ending and it left me wanting to read more from this author.
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