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Shaun Allan By ShaunAllan Completed

What good is a witch without her magic?

Puddlebrain, Gemini and Edna are witches.  Unfortunately, after an incident with the mayor and a family of silverfish, they've all lost their magic.

When a sinister shadow begins to abduct the villagers and then her sisters, Puddlebrain, with only the obnoxious gnome Billy for help, must venture deep into the heart of Grimace Woods to save them.

But, what can a powerless witch, the baby of the family at only 352 years old, really do? 


  • adventure
  • dark
  • evil
  • fantasy
  • fantasyadventure
  • featured
  • magic
  • mystery
  • series
  • strong-female-character
  • strongfemalelead
  • teen
  • wattpadstars
  • witch
  • witchcraft
  • youngadult
Lyssagirl7686 Lyssagirl7686 Aug 10, 2017
I've only ever read one of your works before, and it was wonderful, but with this beautifully eerie start, I have to say I need to make time to read more. I'm disappointed in myself for not doing so sooner! Wonderful job as always 😊
Elina_Rose Elina_Rose Jan 21
😂😂 Love this story! So funny. It's cracking me up. Laughing so hard at those witch sisters 😂😂
Fairytale_Fabler Fairytale_Fabler Jul 28, 2017
Anyone who reads a lot of "serious" fantasy or that has sisters will certainly get a kick out of this. I love how in so few words you differentiate the sisters in truly original ways. Where are you going with this? I have no idea, but I'd like to find out. 😀
HarmoniesDie HarmoniesDie Jun 05, 2017
I love that a shadow was used as an example. I feel it's already introducing us to overall thesis of this novel, and I can already tell that this is going to be one hell of a ride
MizteryMaker MizteryMaker Jul 18, 2017
And a shadow witnesses many a sinister act! 
                              I love the prologue,  it tickles my curiosity!  😁
Lyssagirl7686 Lyssagirl7686 Aug 10, 2017
Your descriptions are so smooth and flawless in the way you introduce Gemini, Puddlebrain and Edna in their own quirky ways. I'm so happy I started reading this when I did, but those descriptions....! *sigh* teach me your amazing writing ways!