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I want to know if this sentence is correct:

Already at the beginning of the book there is a complication in the story.

Can the word complication be used here? It sounds a little unusual to me, so I want to check this with others. It means that already at the beginning of the book things started happening and there was a turn in the story (although I'm not quite sure that turn can be used here). My dictionary says that it's also possible to say "the plot thickens", but unfortunately I need a noun here. Which would be the best word, is complication o.k. after all?
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Yes, 'complication' is fine, Lana. Alternatives might be 'an unusual twist in', 'an unexpected turn to' the story.
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ok, thx.