Details about The Witch’s Heart
The Witch’s Heart – Angrboda’s story starts where most witches’ stories end: with a consuming. A discipline from Odin for declining to furnish him with information on the future, the fire leaves Angrboda harmed and frail, and she escapes into the farthest reaches of a far off timberland. There she is found by a man who uncovers himself to be Loki, and her underlying doubt of him changes into a profound and withstanding love.
Their association produces three surprising youngsters, each with a mystery fate, who Angrboda is quick to raise at the edge of the world, securely stowed away from Odin’s omnipresent eye. However, as Angrboda gradually recuperates her prophetic forces, she discovers that her merry life—and potentially the entirety of presence—is at serious risk.
With assistance from the wild huntress Skadi, with whom she shares a developing bond, Angrboda should pick whether she’ll acknowledge the destiny that she’s predicted for her cherished family… or ascend to change their future. From the most antiquated of stories this novel fashions an account of affection, misfortune, and expectation for the advanced age.