Witch Magrat Garlick is left a fairy godmother's wand by a dead fairy godmother with specific instructions that Nanny Ogg and Granny Weatherwax should not go with her to Genua, but that doesn't work. As they travel by broomstick, they encounter people in various fairy tales as well as a riverboat gambler and some dwarfs. They change things wherever they land, and Magrat has pumpkin trouble with her godmother wand. They get to Genua, finding it laboring under various fairy story expectations. There is a woman who practices voodoo. As well as Granny's sister who uses mirrors for her magic--who is the good witch and who is the bad witch?
This book is good!