When Susan Crone Takes up the post of village witch, she gets a bit more than she bargained for. She ends up with a klutzy apprentice, and goes up against Damian, the man-witch. Soon Susan finds herself on a journey to stop Damian's power-mad father from destroying all the magic in the world.
Along the way she confronts an army of mermen, a city stomping monster, a shape-shifting demon, flying monkeys, natives looking for a sacrifice for their volcano god, and some munchkins dealing "Magic Herb". Of course she also has to deal with Damian, and his rather loose definition of "celibacy".
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