Mortal Realm Witch

Reviews for the Mortal Realm Witch series

Mortal Realm Witch: The Magical Adventures of DWW2
"I have read all of the previous books.  This book is just as amazing as the others!  I love the new characters, such as Asantra and Wonder Wolf.  DWW is still just as cool."
          - Devan, student

"Of all the colorful characters I have met in this series, Asantra has become my favorite.  Somehow the curious, mischievous, even rebellious child in me identifies with her.  Children of all ages will enjoy her exciting adventures as she strives to help DWW unite the Realms.  Despite DWW's efforts to set boundaries, Asantra manages to get into trouble of all kinds, like trying to create a familiar by stirring up unique potions.  Asantra struggles to use her magic according to the rules, especially when she's confronted with challenging situations like bullies at school.  Is Asantra a help or a hindrance in uniting the Realms?  Enjoy the humor and wisdom Jennifer offers her readers as you look for the answer to this question."                
                     - Barb, tutor

Mortal Realm Witch: Realms Unite?
"I enjoyed reading this book.  I loved the characters and how the author worked them into the story."  
               - Heather, teacher
Tales of Familiars: The First Mortal Realm Witch Series Companion
"My 8 year old son went from a reluctant reader to an eager one because of this Series of books - thank you so very much!"                                                                                                                                                                 - Christine, parent

"Jennifer Priester's books are truly for all ages...Becoming familiar with her familiars was a lot of fun...I was never into witches, warlocks and I look forward to reading all the books in this series."                                                                                                                                                            - Barb, teacher

Mortal Realm Witch: The Magic Continues


 "If you are between the ages of 8 and 108, and if you enjoy animals, magic,and adventure, you will love the Mortal Realm Witch Series!"

                                                                                            -Anne, parent
"The Mortal Realm Witch books take you on a magical journey through the Mortal and Magic Realms. I love reading about the world of witches, warlocks, wizards, and familiars!"
                                                                                           -Shaye, student
"Jennifer Priester creates a wonderful world of witches, warlocks, and magic. Her stories transport you into a different Realm, where fantasy comes to life. Priester's passion for animals shines through as the reader follows the lives of familiars through the Realms."
                                                                                        -Heather, teacher
Mortal Realm Witch: Learning About Magic

“Magical adventures from another realm that showcases the endeavors of a

young witch working to acquire her skills.”

                                                                                           -Diane, teacher


“Delightful, funny and intriguing…I believe this book will appeal to both young people and adults who want to have fun exploring a new world of magic where almost anything

can happen…and does.”                                                                                                                                                                                                                Barb, tutor



“This book is cool…I can’t wait to read more books by this author.”

                                                                                                                                   Cory, student


 “A charming story, full of interesting characters…a wonderful storyteller…looking
forward to future stories.”

                                        —Conni, riding instructor


Additonal Reviews: 

Review by Bethany on Booky Ramblings of a Neurotic Mom: