Review – Witch of the Federation

Witch of the Federation book cover


Witch of the Federation


Federal Histories #1


Michael Anderle




The future has amazing technology. Our alien allies have magic. Together, we are building a training system to teach the best of humanity to go to the stars.
But the training is monumentally expensive.
Stephanie Morgana is a genius, she just doesn’t know it.
The Artificial Intelligence which runs the Virtual World is charged with testing Stephanie, a task it has never performed before.
The Earth and their allies, may never be the same again.
Will Stephanie pass the test and be moved to the advanced preparatory schools, or will the system miss her? Will the AI be able to judge a human’s potential in an area where it has no existing test data to compare?


1stars rating

I was so happy to start reading this, especially after reading the sample chapters. Alas, I made it to the halfway point and I’m soooo calling it quits 🙁 It was too much of a slugfest 🙁

I know there is a plot, somewhere… but after a good 300 pages, you’d think you would start to see it, but you don’t, or at least, I didn’t.


Was good, I mean, there is very, very extensive worldbuilding going on, making sure the reader keeps up and slowly moving forward.

Character development:

Was decent but they didn’t feel real and I just couldn’t believe in Stephanie, there wasn’t any depth to any character 🙁

Final Thoughts:

I gave it an honest shot, even when I was going slightly stir-crazy, but nope… I’ll let this one pass me be, sorry!