Blurb; Ever had a text from a deity?
Conrad Clarke did.
Someone has plans for Conrad, and those plans don’t involve an easy life.
Conrad Clarke, former RAF pilot and alleged gangster is dragged out of his comfort zone by a visit from The Allfather.
Norse gods in twenty-first century England?
Don’t be silly. Load of nonsense.
Before you can say “Ragnarok”, Conrad is plunged into a world of gods, Mages, Witches, Dwarves and one rather aggressive giant mole.
But he has next to no magick of his own.
Armed with nothing but a sense of humour and a willingness to cheat, Conrad has to save the Witch – and his life.
My Review; Fantasy is not usually my genre of choice but I am hoping to broaden my horizons by delving more into this genre which is why I gave this one a shot! I was surprised at how much I enjoyed reading it and actually loved it!
This book has it all witches, dwarfs, giant moles, magic and more! Absolutely loved it I was right beside Conrad all the way and taken on a rather unusual adventure. However, I must admit I had to research some words at the beginning! Its a great start to the trilogy. Brilliantly written.
Conrad is a strong and determined character and I cannot wait to see what lies ahead for him in the next two books. I have already got them waiting in my basket to buy! Not a big fantasy lover but definitely getting into the genre and this was a great start into that genre.
I awarded a fabulous four stars and would highly recommend the 13th witch! I will be reviewing the rest of the trilogy at some point in the future no doubt, but I really enjoyed this one. It took me away from the real world into a fantasy filled world. Bliss.