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The World has a New Witch. The Federation Navy wants her. But she has to decide if she wants the Federation Navy.Stephanie Morgana comes from a long line of Morganas, much longer than she ever realized. The Artificial Intelligence which runs the Virtual World has decided that it needs to break a few rules in order to follow its prime directives. Can it help Stephanie The World has a New Witch. The Federation Navy wants her. But she has to decide if she wants the Federation Navy.Stephanie Morgana comes from a long line of Morganas, much longer than she ever realized. The Artificial Intelligence which runs the Virtual World has decided that it needs to break a few rules in order to follow its prime directives. Can it help Stephanie acquire her skills quickly enough to help defend against an evil already heading toward the Federation?Will Stephanie overcome her injuries from the battle for the Ambassador, or will she succumb to the pain it brought about? Will BURT be able to help the Federation while remaining undiscovered? Scroll UP and click Read Now or Read for Free to learn the history of the Federations first human Witch! PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A LARGE(r) BOOK. The Federal History Project (We Bring the Federation’s Past to the Present™ will release this as three mini-volumes sometime in the future (as we have the opportunity.) There should be approximately 192,000 words in this Volume when it comes out. I'm somewhat guessing based on the size of the first two books at the moment (probably larger, I'd rather guess under.) REVIEWS FROM BOOK 01 (over 380 5 Star Reviews in less than 90 days) Sabrina 5.0 out of 5 stars - Need the next book desperately! RVingPsychic 5.0 out of 5 stars - A New Heroine has arrived! Vincent Tracey 5.0 out of 5 stars - Witch of the FederationLet me start with what I did not like - give me a minute or so, I'll think of something besides the ending of the book.See book 01 for hundreds more!


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The World has a New Witch. The Federation Navy wants her. But she has to decide if she wants the Federation Navy.Stephanie Morgana comes from a long line of Morganas, much longer than she ever realized. The Artificial Intelligence which runs the Virtual World has decided that it needs to break a few rules in order to follow its prime directives. Can it help Stephanie The World has a New Witch. The Federation Navy wants her. But she has to decide if she wants the Federation Navy.Stephanie Morgana comes from a long line of Morganas, much longer than she ever realized. The Artificial Intelligence which runs the Virtual World has decided that it needs to break a few rules in order to follow its prime directives. Can it help Stephanie acquire her skills quickly enough to help defend against an evil already heading toward the Federation?Will Stephanie overcome her injuries from the battle for the Ambassador, or will she succumb to the pain it brought about? Will BURT be able to help the Federation while remaining undiscovered? Scroll UP and click Read Now or Read for Free to learn the history of the Federations first human Witch! PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A LARGE(r) BOOK. The Federal History Project (We Bring the Federation’s Past to the Present™ will release this as three mini-volumes sometime in the future (as we have the opportunity.) There should be approximately 192,000 words in this Volume when it comes out. I'm somewhat guessing based on the size of the first two books at the moment (probably larger, I'd rather guess under.) REVIEWS FROM BOOK 01 (over 380 5 Star Reviews in less than 90 days) Sabrina 5.0 out of 5 stars - Need the next book desperately! RVingPsychic 5.0 out of 5 stars - A New Heroine has arrived! Vincent Tracey 5.0 out of 5 stars - Witch of the FederationLet me start with what I did not like - give me a minute or so, I'll think of something besides the ending of the book.See book 01 for hundreds more!

30 review for Witch Of The Federation II

  1. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    800 pages? Oh no, want to read-but I might not be cut out for this space opera series... 800 pages? Oh no, want to read-but I might not be cut out for this space opera series...

  2. 4 out of 5

    〰️Beth〰️

    3.5 Never Spoilers There is lots of action in this book and it is enjoyable but with many of the Anderle et. al. books there are some issues. First off edit, edit, edit. I know the team tries to pump many books out a month but please take the time to check grammar and sentence structure. Easy fixes. Onto bigger issues.... we barely have scenes with two of the most interesting characters. Our witch is progressing ok in her character arc but some story lines are truncated, derailed or lost. I underst 3.5 Never Spoilers There is lots of action in this book and it is enjoyable but with many of the Anderle et. al. books there are some issues. First off edit, edit, edit. I know the team tries to pump many books out a month but please take the time to check grammar and sentence structure. Easy fixes. Onto bigger issues.... we barely have scenes with two of the most interesting characters. Our witch is progressing ok in her character arc but some story lines are truncated, derailed or lost. I understand this will be a long Space Opera series but still tidy some stuff up. In the author notes Anderle even stated he realizes SO is not always a big seller, I get it. Look at Marco Kloos if you need a guide. He can keep you hanging for the next book and still keep plot lines in play. Not giving up. Anderle et. al. always deliver action and eventually clear up most plot points. I had just hoped longer books would allow for tighter plot points. Maybe too many cooks in the writers kitchen or too many books being rushed to publish?

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ed Graves

    Did not finish It is rare that I don't finish a book however this one was soooo boring I only made it through the first 15%. I think Mr. anderle has lost a step. Sad, but it happens. Did not finish It is rare that I don't finish a book however this one was soooo boring I only made it through the first 15%. I think Mr. anderle has lost a step. Sad, but it happens.

  4. 5 out of 5

    NormaCenva

    Actual Rating 4.5 Stars This one was a lot slower for me than the previous one. There were some dull moments but I did like how the story progressed. I am really excited for Book 3 and am a bit sad that the story will end soon...

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bob

    Another Zinger Anderle and Crew have stepped the quality of their writing, again. As I get closer and closer to the leading edge of the burgeoning empire, the happier I become. In this issue, the Witch of the Federation graduates from being a citizen of and a resident of Earth to being a citizen of all three worlds and truly "Witch of the Federation," or should I say, "First Witch of the Federation," as Burt, Ms. E and our young hero work to identify other young talented to bring Earth, and the ot Another Zinger Anderle and Crew have stepped the quality of their writing, again. As I get closer and closer to the leading edge of the burgeoning empire, the happier I become. In this issue, the Witch of the Federation graduates from being a citizen of and a resident of Earth to being a citizen of all three worlds and truly "Witch of the Federation," or should I say, "First Witch of the Federation," as Burt, Ms. E and our young hero work to identify other young talented to bring Earth, and the other two worlds, into the future where mistakes about climate, environment and social relations are corrected. If you are an optimist, or at least a pragmatist with hope, you will enjoy this book filled with increasing bad-assery and Justice, with the merging of three cultures for the common good. Well done Mr. Anderle ... and Crew ;-)

  6. 4 out of 5

    Scott

    The series hasn’t gotten any better. Book 2 is longer, more meandering, and in more need of an editor. Protagonist’s power set has gotten even more ridiculous, she’s even more perfect. I’ve read a lot of the super powered protagonists, those that can see the future, those that are the weird anomaly and thus can handle more power. There are ways of writing this well. This? This is not it. I’m out. It isn’t bad enough for a one star, but it isn’t getting any better.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Erik Sapp

    Now a Mary Sue In my review of the first book, I wrote that Stephanie is very close to a Mary Sue. The only thing keeping her from it is how endearing she is. She no longer has the protection given by her joy and wonder, and is officially a Mary Sue. The plot is good, but this book is too long. It would be better than if the author broke it into two books so that it would flow better. I may read book three as there are good things going on in the background.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Dallass

    Amazing story I am having so much fun reading this series. They are so detailed and involved in their world building that I can picture it so clearly in my mind. Love the characters, Stephanie and her bodyguards, protectors, compadres... however you want to designate them, they are awesome. I was happy that the characters went off world and explored something of the universe, and although there was quite a bit of action, it was a smidge of a letdown that we didn’t get to see a lot of Meligorn. Lov Amazing story I am having so much fun reading this series. They are so detailed and involved in their world building that I can picture it so clearly in my mind. Love the characters, Stephanie and her bodyguards, protectors, compadres... however you want to designate them, they are awesome. I was happy that the characters went off world and explored something of the universe, and although there was quite a bit of action, it was a smidge of a letdown that we didn’t get to see a lot of Meligorn. Loved Bumblebee and Zeekat. Still think that the Navy is a duplicitous scheming machine that has nefarious reasons for wanting the Morgana on board. Wouldn’t trust those guys as far as I could toss them (and that’s not far at all!). So, I loved the world, love the expansive storyline, and I adore the protagonist and her allies. Definitely going to pick up book 3 asap. 4 stars ⭐️

  9. 4 out of 5

    Selina Harvey

    Another win! Okay so, here goes: READ THIS BOOK!!!! I had never heard of Michael Anderle until I read the first one in this series. I am disgustingly picky with sci-fi because so much of it is dry as death or yet another Asimov or Duck wannabe. But DAYUM that can not be said about Anderle! I saw there would be a wait for this one and decided to see what else he had to offer and fell in LOVE with Bethany Anne and the Birches in Kurthurian Gambit while I (not so patiently!) waited on this book to ma Another win! Okay so, here goes: READ THIS BOOK!!!! I had never heard of Michael Anderle until I read the first one in this series. I am disgustingly picky with sci-fi because so much of it is dry as death or yet another Asimov or Duck wannabe. But DAYUM that can not be said about Anderle! I saw there would be a wait for this one and decided to see what else he had to offer and fell in LOVE with Bethany Anne and the Birches in Kurthurian Gambit while I (not so patiently!) waited on this book to magically arrive thanks to pre-ordering. I was NOT disappointed! I promise, you won't be either! Well paced with enjoyable, interesting and likable characters and fully realized world's and lots of explosive action! There is not one thing (other than a few typos and grammatical errors) that I would change in this story, and I am one picky reader!

  10. 5 out of 5

    John

    Steph rocks Another awesome book in this new series. Obviously similar to Beth Anne of another series but different enough to make it not seem like a clone. Hopefully no crazy confusing side stories to turn me away from the series. Keep it on track and finish what you start. That said I love this book and series. Stephanie is an admirable heroine and of course OP. She is the hero that we all wish really existed (hence we all read about her). I like where the series seems to be going and can't wai Steph rocks Another awesome book in this new series. Obviously similar to Beth Anne of another series but different enough to make it not seem like a clone. Hopefully no crazy confusing side stories to turn me away from the series. Keep it on track and finish what you start. That said I love this book and series. Stephanie is an admirable heroine and of course OP. She is the hero that we all wish really existed (hence we all read about her). I like where the series seems to be going and can't wait for her to invent some stuff... Enchanting whoot. The new player in the space race should be fun and a challenge for her and her growing team. My only reservation is her love life. Her interaction with Todd seems a little awkward and forced used as a segue for naval interaction. However it's obviously a small part of the book. I can't wait for the next book in the series

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nickie

    I did not think this was as good as the first book. There were typos, which were distracting, and it got to the point where I felt like I was listening to a kid tell a story with all the "and then... and thens..." Stephanie seems infallible and so the tension is less. That said, I really like the additions to the team. The intro to the main bad guy was not done well and he was WAY too easy to defeat for him to appear to be a major threat. I find it a little hard to believe that the earlier Morga I did not think this was as good as the first book. There were typos, which were distracting, and it got to the point where I felt like I was listening to a kid tell a story with all the "and then... and thens..." Stephanie seems infallible and so the tension is less. That said, I really like the additions to the team. The intro to the main bad guy was not done well and he was WAY too easy to defeat for him to appear to be a major threat. I find it a little hard to believe that the earlier Morgana had a difficult time defeating Hitler with the powers that Stephanie has... I liked the book, it was just a little disappointing.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Scott Sammons

    Lots of action, more story please! I love these characters. The overpowered heroine is at times a little silly given the early lesson that using magic to solve all problems is a problem in itself. The author does use more restraint than my imagination though. (Spoiler? I would have disciplined Frog by giving him two pound testicles, seeing him as a pregnant VIP, naked, a rodent of unusual size, etc. The author did none of those things.) Lots of fun, well worth reading and recommending to readers Lots of action, more story please! I love these characters. The overpowered heroine is at times a little silly given the early lesson that using magic to solve all problems is a problem in itself. The author does use more restraint than my imagination though. (Spoiler? I would have disciplined Frog by giving him two pound testicles, seeing him as a pregnant VIP, naked, a rodent of unusual size, etc. The author did none of those things.) Lots of fun, well worth reading and recommending to readers of middle school and above. Clean language, no sex, USA cultural references from 1980ish forward.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jim

    Stephanie begins to enter the grand stage of the universe The focus was different for some of this book and I enjoyed the background history discussed as well the history they are making with every adventure! I love the cats as an addition, perfect for a witch. Also the continued suspense regarding Stephanie’s lack of romance is interesting but not a primary focus... yet. I do find that the I find the navy folks to be a little over the top at times but then again, I was in the army! 😉 I think the Stephanie begins to enter the grand stage of the universe The focus was different for some of this book and I enjoyed the background history discussed as well the history they are making with every adventure! I love the cats as an addition, perfect for a witch. Also the continued suspense regarding Stephanie’s lack of romance is interesting but not a primary focus... yet. I do find that the I find the navy folks to be a little over the top at times but then again, I was in the army! 😉 I think the jokes about marines and navy sounded like what I’d expect! Overall I enjoyed this installment and am already ready to dive into the next book!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Maria Abdi

    I really enjoyed this book. Definitely had some reservations to begin with as it is 800 pages but I read the first a few days back (600 pages) and read through it pretty quickly. I am typically not a reader of the space opera and sci-fi genre but I have to say this series is really turning it around for me. I really enjoy all of the characters and the pacing in the story and plot. It keeps me engaged and wanting to know what is going to happen next. Anyways, I think it deserves a 5 star rating a I really enjoyed this book. Definitely had some reservations to begin with as it is 800 pages but I read the first a few days back (600 pages) and read through it pretty quickly. I am typically not a reader of the space opera and sci-fi genre but I have to say this series is really turning it around for me. I really enjoy all of the characters and the pacing in the story and plot. It keeps me engaged and wanting to know what is going to happen next. Anyways, I think it deserves a 5 star rating and I am literally going to be starting book 3 now. I would recommend this to other readers even if this is not your typical genre to read.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Queen Suga

    Explosive!! Talk about all that and then some! The last book felt like it dragged and took a while to get into the action. In book 2 we hit the ground running and never stop! We explore the cosmos, stop assassins and in typical bad assery fashion blow things up! There’s even the formation of a volcano 🌋 We see our girl grow up a bit, BURT comes out to a special friend and we get a glimpse into whose really behind all the turmoil between the 3 alien species we’ve been introduced too. To say I can Explosive!! Talk about all that and then some! The last book felt like it dragged and took a while to get into the action. In book 2 we hit the ground running and never stop! We explore the cosmos, stop assassins and in typical bad assery fashion blow things up! There’s even the formation of a volcano 🌋 We see our girl grow up a bit, BURT comes out to a special friend and we get a glimpse into whose really behind all the turmoil between the 3 alien species we’ve been introduced too. To say I can’t wait for book 3 would be an understatement of epic proportions

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rob Helbert

    Beware The Morgana This is a great read on all levels, the characters continue to develop, the story continues to develop, and the world continues to grow. Stephanie and the team, welcome three new members, manage to make themselves part of the Federation ( you just have to read it to understand), and learn to work with the Navy. They also meet the real nemesis they will be battling, for the first time. Great read, cannot give this book enough praise. Impatiently waiting for Book 3 in September.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Leslie Baptiste

    A fantastic book, a fantastic hero What’s not to love in this book, a protagonist name Stephanie who gets stronger, great team around her including the addition of the cats and Vishlog. Miss E is great and needs more action sequences and other things to do. In my opinion she is right behind BethanyAnn as a favorite character. What’s not to like, guns, magic, and a unique character and an interesting plot line. Eagerly awaiting the next book. My suggestion if you have not started the series get bo A fantastic book, a fantastic hero What’s not to love in this book, a protagonist name Stephanie who gets stronger, great team around her including the addition of the cats and Vishlog. Miss E is great and needs more action sequences and other things to do. In my opinion she is right behind BethanyAnn as a favorite character. What’s not to like, guns, magic, and a unique character and an interesting plot line. Eagerly awaiting the next book. My suggestion if you have not started the series get book 01 and then read this one you will not be disappointed.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Fettig

    Ready for Book 3! This series just keeps getting better and better! Book 2 was very much an adventure, from start to finish. We get to watch the team become a strong unit working together, and see some incredible magic from Stephanie. I highly recommend this series! If you have not read book 1, it’s a great idea to go back and read it before this installment. It will give you much insight into Stephanie and her moral character, and also some really great adventures from her beginnings!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Travis

    Every bit a good as the first book hinted it might be. Can't wait for more in this series. If you like mage stories, or if you like space stories, or if you really enjoy Glynn Stewart's mage king of mars series, then you'll love this series, go ahead and dive in, you'll be glad you did. Also, this one has some bits of LitRPG thrown in as well. It can't qualify as LitRPG, but you might be able to stretch the definition to include it as gamelit, though it would definitely be a bit of a stretch. Reg Every bit a good as the first book hinted it might be. Can't wait for more in this series. If you like mage stories, or if you like space stories, or if you really enjoy Glynn Stewart's mage king of mars series, then you'll love this series, go ahead and dive in, you'll be glad you did. Also, this one has some bits of LitRPG thrown in as well. It can't qualify as LitRPG, but you might be able to stretch the definition to include it as gamelit, though it would definitely be a bit of a stretch. Regardless, it's a good read, and I highly recommend it.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jim Rempel

    I really liked the first book in this series and felt like it was well put together. I didn't finish this one however as it suffers similar issues to his Kutherian series. Started out well but devolved into a disjointed events strung together that I found discordant. Having said that I don't mean this to be a criticism of the author or his books, rather that the writing style does not suite me. I do like overpowered MC's and don't mind if they are female either. For many Mr. Anderle's writing st I really liked the first book in this series and felt like it was well put together. I didn't finish this one however as it suffers similar issues to his Kutherian series. Started out well but devolved into a disjointed events strung together that I found discordant. Having said that I don't mean this to be a criticism of the author or his books, rather that the writing style does not suite me. I do like overpowered MC's and don't mind if they are female either. For many Mr. Anderle's writing style probably works well, so judge for yourself as this series is worth checking out.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Frances Law

    She keeps on getting stronger! Stephanie Morgana, the Earth Witch, finds herself learning more and more about magic, where it can be found and what she can do with it. Her team is with her all the way though and protect her with their lives. Todd, her best friend since kindy, joins the Federation Navy and comes face to face with the reality of his new life. A really good series that didn’t lose any pace in this the second book. A good read for sf fans of all ages. Of course, if you’re not into sf, She keeps on getting stronger! Stephanie Morgana, the Earth Witch, finds herself learning more and more about magic, where it can be found and what she can do with it. Her team is with her all the way though and protect her with their lives. Todd, her best friend since kindy, joins the Federation Navy and comes face to face with the reality of his new life. A really good series that didn’t lose any pace in this the second book. A good read for sf fans of all ages. Of course, if you’re not into sf, don’t bother! That’s your loss. 😂😂

  22. 5 out of 5

    Veronica

    Her power is growing Stephanie is not long out of school, however we see her power, skill, and intellect all grow as well. Mysteries are there, with little hints and hidden meanings as more is slowly revealed: now I have to wait for the next book to find out what is happening! An excellent continuation of the witch’s story, and I’m excitedly waiting for book #3. (Michael: You will be hounded if you do not keep us updated on when to expect book #3!!!!)

  23. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    Its Action all the way Not since the days of BA has such a fine female character came to life from MA, and so to see it in a young girl whilst staying away from too typical for the YA crowd is good to read. Donxt get me wrong some YA is quite good but i find this is one of those rare series where all ages are comfortable and the plot and characters roll along merrily with plenty of action and build up keeping me turning pages.

  24. 5 out of 5

    David St. Lawrence

    Truly enjoyable! Michael has written another feel-good witch adventure! He even managed to add a few large cats to the team. My only complaint is his misuse of the term smirk. He uses it when the character is smiling fondly or in a friendly fashion. As a very minor author, I suggest a search and replace on both books so far. None the less, I could not put the book down until I had finished it.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Dwayne Tranbarger

    Witch Of the Federation 2 Stephanie has grown she's finally got to go to Melagore. While there she's cooking the test and she's a master mage Also she found 2 breeds of large cat That would usually fight each other to the death that end up becoming her companions in friends and fight by her side Can't wait to see what happens next with her team and Drege person has joined the team Witch Of the Federation 2 Stephanie has grown she's finally got to go to Melagore. While there she's cooking the test and she's a master mage Also she found 2 breeds of large cat That would usually fight each other to the death that end up becoming her companions in friends and fight by her side Can't wait to see what happens next with her team and Drege person has joined the team

  26. 5 out of 5

    Debi Sateren

    Witch of the Federation 2 The first book was good. Definitely wanted to read more. Michael and team have an amazing way to get you involved with the characters. The words fly by as you visualize the action going on. This 2nd book was “ Out of This World” lol. Magical, marines, AI, military, action it’s all there. Oh and CATS.

  27. 4 out of 5

    juliette dempsey

    Hooked on this storyline From start to finish this story kept me turning page after page, until too soon I got to the end. A strong female lead character and a great group of supporting characters that you can cheer on. Loved the idea of the battle cats( visually I saw the new jaguar advert but with two cats ). I look forward to more from this series 😁

  28. 5 out of 5

    Frank Bertino

    Power Up Stephanie grows in power and understanding. Her character is competent, compelling, yet vulnerable. Action abounds going from training to battle. Familiar love is felt as the emotions of the characters are empathicly felt by the reader. This series has become one of my favorites. I eagerly await the next book.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Avery

    Great sequel The series has a very comic book feel to it, which I throughly enjoyed. Developing powers and improving its use within a team setting is great. If they can put MU into batteries, what’s to stop them making enchanted armour or weapons?? It’s just another pre-programmed spell effect attached to a battery. Hopefully something to look forward to in the next book.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Dave Macinnes

    Not as good as book one The story is heavily into violence with lots of bad guys needing killing. Story line is weak but there are a few good scenes. The magic theory is too heavy and convoluted with five minds of magic with the addition of purely good and evil magic. Also very little new character development.

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