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  1. 4 out of 5

    Anne-Kathrine

    Really enjoyed the whole series. Bit different take on witches and our planet.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dianne Jackson

    An interesting idea, and a very enjoyable (binge) read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    So unique world building and characters. The premise was fun I really enjoyed all the different inhabitants. I did not like the fact that books ended on what were more like chapter cliff hangers then where to leave a book. I only felt the last couple got it right with ending a story line but leaving the next to be solved in the next book. The main characters had a task to complete that was most urgent and yet everything else seemed to be more important. I really feel this story could have been c So unique world building and characters. The premise was fun I really enjoyed all the different inhabitants. I did not like the fact that books ended on what were more like chapter cliff hangers then where to leave a book. I only felt the last couple got it right with ending a story line but leaving the next to be solved in the next book. The main characters had a task to complete that was most urgent and yet everything else seemed to be more important. I really feel this story could have been condensed into 3 books quite easily.Time frames and the building of suspense would also have benefited from a shorter story. Tons of good ideas but I kinda felt they got jumbled. I did receive these books from the author and am happy to leave this reveiw. I do think this is a good choice for a time when you can just curl up with a story for hours.

  4. 5 out of 5

    David

    Fast, light read. Trio of magically gifted sisters trying to clean up an accidental mess one of them made. Don't think Charmed, it's more like the trio saying "Why doesn't this stuff come with a manual?" (That might be an accidental quote?) Several great ideas are introduced as plot devices but never explored, e.g. the sister's house or the snarky statue. Same with most of the other characters that swirl in and out of the story. Really wished we could have learned more. Editing noticeably falters Fast, light read. Trio of magically gifted sisters trying to clean up an accidental mess one of them made. Don't think Charmed, it's more like the trio saying "Why doesn't this stuff come with a manual?" (That might be an accidental quote?) Several great ideas are introduced as plot devices but never explored, e.g. the sister's house or the snarky statue. Same with most of the other characters that swirl in and out of the story. Really wished we could have learned more. Editing noticeably falters in Books 3&4, but mostly recovers to finish the series. The serialized nature of the books can be distracting. For example, the ubiquitous references to the sister's inherited hair.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Akika Coston

    Awesome series!!! I've spent the majority of my time during this pandemic catching up on my reading. I just spent a wonderful week with the Witches of Pressler Street. With a wonderful backstory and a history that is rich with family, diffrent races from another world, a family legacy that isn't what it seems and a seriouly bad ass villain who's just misunderstood, these books are a great read. Kudos to Ms Catr and Mr Anderle. I'm going to look for more from them. Like right now!! Highly recommen Awesome series!!! I've spent the majority of my time during this pandemic catching up on my reading. I just spent a wonderful week with the Witches of Pressler Street. With a wonderful backstory and a history that is rich with family, diffrent races from another world, a family legacy that isn't what it seems and a seriouly bad ass villain who's just misunderstood, these books are a great read. Kudos to Ms Catr and Mr Anderle. I'm going to look for more from them. Like right now!! Highly recommend this series.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Donna S.

    Loved the theme I read the entire series. The first and last were great reads, They held my attention and some of the content in the others was great. Unfortunately there were many pages I skipped as they weren’t interesting. Sometimes it read as if there was a page minimum the author tried to meet- thus putting stuff in that slowed the story line down. Having said that, I would love to see a movie made of the important and appealing parts of the series:)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Cassandra White

    First read from Michael Anderle and Martha Carr I'd never reD anything from them and it looked good . I did enjoy it however it was a slow series I took much longer to complete the series than I normally do . I did struggle at times to continue as I feel there was to many small unimportant details and not enough depth at times . It's not bad at all just not as intense as I felt it could've been . First read from Michael Anderle and Martha Carr I'd never reD anything from them and it looked good . I did enjoy it however it was a slow series I took much longer to complete the series than I normally do . I did struggle at times to continue as I feel there was to many small unimportant details and not enough depth at times . It's not bad at all just not as intense as I felt it could've been .

  8. 4 out of 5

    David St. Lawrence

    A Wonderful, Feel-good, Story! Martha and Michael have created a magical universe that resonates with any of us who perceive beyond the five human senses. The story has a greater depth than almost every other paranormal tale and the final resolution is a masterful example of thinking outside the box.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Esther Shoemake

    Intriguing Take on Earth I really enjoyed this series of stories. I feel the author reached outside the box of typical magical yarns and came up with a totally new take on the existence of earth and the beings who inhabit it. Fast paced and entertaining, this one will keep you turning pages from beginning to end, with a good number of surprises and a laugh or two thrown in.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    Enjoyable reading, with fun interactions between the sisters This is a good set of books, but for me it doesn't work anywhere near as well as some of Martha Carr's other books. Perhaps the sisters aren't as kick ass as heroines in other of her books, but the stories are still an entertaining read. Enjoyable reading, with fun interactions between the sisters This is a good set of books, but for me it doesn't work anywhere near as well as some of Martha Carr's other books. Perhaps the sisters aren't as kick ass as heroines in other of her books, but the stories are still an entertaining read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Janice E. Ryberg

    The Witches of Pressler Street complete boxset! 5 stars What a deal! Can't believe how easy this box set starts off and how rough and complex it has to get to wrap everything up so sweetly! Didn't expect the development of the series to be in baby steps and yet how what an amazing ending. Can't beat this boxset, for sheer joy and what a deal! The Witches of Pressler Street complete boxset! 5 stars What a deal! Can't believe how easy this box set starts off and how rough and complex it has to get to wrap everything up so sweetly! Didn't expect the development of the series to be in baby steps and yet how what an amazing ending. Can't beat this boxset, for sheer joy and what a deal!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alison Eyers

    Excellent and involved story. Thoroughly enjoyed this collection of books. It took sometime to get used to the style of writing. I would have given up but the story showed such promise. Yes slow to start but once the characters developed, it was so worth reading through the beginning to the heart of the story. Sorry it has ended.

  13. 5 out of 5

    June E Hamm

    Broken magic This has been quite an adventure. The Witches of Pressler Street in the beginning didn't impress me, but I made myself stick with . Sure glad I did. A whole different perception on magic the world, and magicals. This was new and at time frustrating, but a must read. Helps I was born in Texas. Thank you. Broken magic This has been quite an adventure. The Witches of Pressler Street in the beginning didn't impress me, but I made myself stick with . Sure glad I did. A whole different perception on magic the world, and magicals. This was new and at time frustrating, but a must read. Helps I was born in Texas. Thank you.

  14. 4 out of 5

    TheresaK

    book 1-3 So far this is a great boxed set! The story is really unusual, has some serious new ideas on magic, our world and other accepted ideas. If you haven’t started this series, Ned to get on it. Love the sisters, the bulldog, mom and dad, the male friends of the sisters and their different types of magic that create this whole great story.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    O M GOSH! What a ride. This set of books was an amazing continuous surprise. The characters developed very naturally and the storyline meshed everything together superbly. Looking forward to MORE from these authors.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Connie Nixon

    Excellent series Enjoyed reading the whole series at once. The characters are well rounded and full of life. I love fantasy as a great way to escape for a few minutes to a few hours.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Patty Skaggs

    The Witches of Pressler Street Totally enjoyed this box set. Loved the characters, the sisters different magic talents. A magical house with walls that moved around..I loved that I was able to read straight through to the great ending.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Good Story I enjoyed each book. Except for 1 error, the storyline was consistent. I would have given it 5 stars, but for the authors’ telling about their lives in between each book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lee

    Didn’t finish I just couldn’t get into this series. I read the entire first book but, despite being really well written, I just didn’t feel the characters. I felt no empathy for them, and didn’t care if they succeeded or not. Too much like an episode of Charmed.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Marie-claire Charles

    No it ended too soon. How do you know you loved a series? When you want it to continue. What an interesting premise and a wonderful world. Can't wait for my peabrain to wake up now. No it ended too soon. How do you know you loved a series? When you want it to continue. What an interesting premise and a wonderful world. Can't wait for my peabrain to wake up now.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mary Anton

    I would read it again but.. I liked the premise, but couldn't really follow the trips through the Huduls domain . magic certainly does exist, but the earth as a ship? Maybe the moon... I would read it again. Maybe I will orient myself better. I would read it again but.. I liked the premise, but couldn't really follow the trips through the Huduls domain . magic certainly does exist, but the earth as a ship? Maybe the moon... I would read it again. Maybe I will orient myself better.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Renee Minor-Ramage

    Great Series! I loved this series! After reading The Maggie Parker series this was a great follow up! Our three witches are fun, young and learning what it's like to be on their own. It was a great read that kept you going through each book. You'll love it!! Great Series! I loved this series! After reading The Maggie Parker series this was a great follow up! Our three witches are fun, young and learning what it's like to be on their own. It was a great read that kept you going through each book. You'll love it!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Traci R

    What a fun read! I am so happy to finally get a chance to read this series by two of my favorite authors!! I have yet to read a book from either and be disappointed. The sister witches get taken on adventure when the oldest makes a discovery and it is quite the adventure!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ken Jones

    WHAT A CONCEPT! Want magic, want suspense, what about the earth being a space craft having been off course and now orbiting our sun? This series has it all including giant designers, gnome mechanics, tree folk, fairies and the rest. A great read.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sherrie

    Must Read This is a really a entertaining series and it is hard to put down you will want to speed thru it and hope that this series will continue on.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Parham

    Awesome read Loved the story line. The characters coming to life in the writing is amazing as always. Look forward to the next series to read.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Al_owl

    A fun read Yes, sometimes the story is a little slow but the whole basis of the story and the planet upon we reside is unique. Way to go Martha Carr and Michael Anderle.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Trio of Witchy Sister's take on more than they expected with this Box Set of challenges, trials, potions & magical mayhem! Trio of Witchy Sister's take on more than they expected with this Box Set of challenges, trials, potions & magical mayhem!

  29. 5 out of 5

    debra taniguchi

    The Witches of Pressler Street I enjoyed the adventures that the three sisters had and the magical people that they encounter. They were all fun books to read.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Great series As I was reading this series, I kept thinking of the TV series Charmed. I’m hoping this series will continue on.

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