Widdershins Book
 

Alex Alexander’s Widdershins.

Logicide! Heretic! 

Everyone knows cats can't talk. Everyone except Niclas, a halfwit slum boy who's just landed a new job as a talking cat's man servant.

But this is Laburnum and the age of Rationalism. Here, the Academy's Inquisition takes illogical happenings very seriously. Locking people up, throwing away keys, that sort of thing.

And it's not just the Crimson Men Niclas and his new master have to worry about. A man with no name has come to the capital in search of the Black Science – They call him Witchhunter.


Magic, black cats, adventure. It’s a fun read and I’m looking forward to the next.
— Goodreads reader
Very entertaining, quick reading book. Love the characters and can’t wait for the sequel. The author’s writing reminds me of Neil Gaiman. He spins quite a story.
— Goodreads reader
This book played like a movie in my head. The story was excellently stitched together and described in beautiful detail. Can’t wait for the next book!
— Goodreads reader
Hope there are more books to come. Read it with my black cat beside me. Would recommend to anybody who enjoys well crafted fantasy.
— Amazon reviewer
God, I could go on for hours about how I love each character but I’ll spare everyone by just saying the rest of the characters and the world building itself makes me want to binge on the rest of the Widdershins series.
— Goodreads reader
Great! Almost Terry Pratchett like!
— Amazon reviewer