The Blue Book

Part of

The Enchantment of the Fairies Series

Jana is the daughter of the Prince of Moravia; she lives in a castle with her parents, her dog and with many servants. Her grandmother is a sorceress, who knows how to cast spells and prepare potions to cure all kind of diseases, but who is also a clairvoyant with the gift of prophesy, able to see the past, the present and the future.

Since very young, Jana learns to love magic by listening to her grandmother’s stories and she has even learned a few spells, while witnessing her grandmother, performing her rituals for every season of the year. Unfortunately for Jana, her grandmother passes away while she is only 8 years old, leaving her with more questions than answers.

Jana wants to know more, she is in a quest for magic, a quest that will bring her to faraway places she never imagined, but luck is on her side, and destiny will take her to the places where she needs to go, and to meet the people that will guide her to reach her goal. However, it will not be easy, and Jana shall find many pains and difficulties along the way, because life is not a fairy tale, and even if it was, not all the fairy tales have a happy ending.

When Jana becomes nine years old, she is sent by her parents to Aachen, the capital of the Holy Roman Empire, there, her adventure begins. At this place, she will discover more about the enigmatic religion of her grandmother, but she will also learn about life, love and destiny. She will learn that magic is all around us, hidden from normal eyes to see, however, magic is with us all the time, magic is real.


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