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Kobie - Witch's Training - Kobie (English) #1 - cover

Kobie - Witch's Training - Kobie (English) #1

Paul Kater

Publisher: Paul Kater

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Summary

Kobie's up for her second and hopefully last attempt to pass her exams. She's not the most zealous student so this presents a serious challenge. What she loves is to read - especially about witches. She would go through lengths to be a witch herself, so she devours anything about the subject she can get her hands on. 
Her life is an ordinary one, almost to the point of boring, until she comes across a book with the title "Witch's Training". She has to have this book, and that tome has more in store for her than she could have hoped for. In her heart Kobie knows witches and magic don't exist but this book is set on proving the opposite! 
Can Kobie become a witch with the help of "Witch's Training"? If yes, how does that come about? Strange happenings and a kidnapping are suddenly part of Kobie's life, making it far more exciting than she had ever wished for.

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