Not only is the art for this absolutely lovely (the lines, the colors, the style, the texture in the inking - wow!), but the story is smooth and fast-paced; I was hooked the whole time! If you like sapphic witches, cozy towns, snarky familiars, and an overarching theme of sharing and trust, this is for you!— Westley
Family matters aren’t just hocus-pocus for this young witch!
Cartoonist Sas Milledge (The Lost Carnival: A Dick Grayson Graphic Novel) makes her astonishing debut in her first original graphic novel that answers the question of how we all reconcile our responsibilities with our dreams for our own future. Orla O’Reilly, the youngest in a long line of hedge witches, is compelled to return home after the death of her grandmother, Mamo. In the wake of her Mamo’s passing, seas are impossible to fish, crops have soured, even Jo Manalo’s attic is taken over by a poltergeist! And to make matter worse it appears that the cause is Mamo, or her mislaid bones that is. Can Orla shoulder the responsibility of quieting her Mamo’s spirit, saving her hometown, and will she have to step up as the new witch of Haresden like Mamo always wanted? Collects Mamo #1-5.