Complicated Blue: The Extraordinary Adventures of the Good Witch Anaïs Blue

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An unconventional witch.
A ghost with an identity crisis.
A librarian with exuberant fashion sensibilities.
A mysterious entity with the power to influence the weather.
And a nanny…

...put simply, it’s complicated.

Not all witches are created equal. Meet Anaïs Blue, a teenager trapped in the body of a five-year-old. Physical limitations are the least of her problems. Her job? Help the dead with their unfinished business.

This New Year's Eve something shady is going on in the city of Amsterdam. The dead walk the streets, but they are not alone…

Exposed, inexperienced and threatened with forces more powerful than her own, a witch's lot has never been more complicated. Join Anaïs Blue and her motley crew as they embark on an adventure into a world not unlike your very own.

“Do you like stories that have witches? Ghosts? Entities with powers? Do you enjoy books that make you feel a whole bunch of emotions? How about adventure? If so, I would like to invite you into the world of Anais! You will meet characters unlike any others you've ever come across. Is it a good book? It's a great book!” – reviewer TopsailAngel.

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Publisher
Tyet Books
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Published on
Dec 24, 2017
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Pages
288
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ISBN
9789492523020
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / Contemporary
Fiction / Fantasy / Humorous
Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal
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