In the magical world of Faerie lives a young Sgahm named Tardnattle. The Sgahm are kindhearted wee folk who love cooking, long walks with friends, and doing what’s right. But what happens when doing what’s right means returning a strange cookbook to a terrifying witch? A cauldron full of trouble!
Join Tardnattle and his friends, if you dare, on their quest to return “The Witch’s Cookbook”.
Beautiful. Magnificent. Indestructible. These are the plaudits given to the luxury space liner as it sets forth on its maiden voyage to distant vacation planets.
Onboard, far below the decks of the rich and famous, is an unhappy, forlorn janitor named Chuck who mops and sweeps and dreams of, one day, becoming a captain and piloting a great spaceship such as this.
“I absolutely loved this book. It is very funny and tongue-in-cheek. The demonic main character is likable and engaging. The narration is VERY well done and really brings this story to life. I pretty much binge-listened to this and finished it in a day because I was enjoying it so much.” “This book is funny. I haven’t read anything by Vee James previously, so I went in knowing nothing about the author’s style. It’s interesting enough to keep you reading and the characters are developed enough to become vested. The antics are silly, fun and rated PG-13.” “The narrator, Hannabal Hills, was fantastic! His voice reminded me of Tom Ellis from Lucifer. Just a perfect fit. He did voices for the different characters and his narration was very smooth and very pleasant on the ears. Just like Neccabashar, he can cast a spell.” “If you like your fairytales a little less Disney, this is for you!”
Neccabashar has fallen so low: he’s lost his seat on the Evil Council. He’s also had to give up his bachelor pad on Volcano Plaza and has moved in with mother. He’s been forced to take a job working in the Pits and can barely afford horse treats for Torment. But never fear. Our Demon friend has a plot to regain his seat on the Evil Council.