The Wicca Series (aka The Sweep Series) by Cate Tiernan {Review by Kayla}

Review by Kayla, In Love & Words Teen Reader

4-stars
Overall Rating: 4 Stars
Title: The Complete Wicca Series/Sweep Series
Author: Cate Tiernan
Series: Wicca Series

Synopsis:
Something is happening to me that I don’t understand.

I see things, feel things in a new way. I can do things normal people can’t do. Powerful things. Magical things. It scares me.

I never chose to learn witchcraft. But I’m starting to wonder if witchcraft is choosing me.

GOODREADS

 

Review

15 book later, there is a review!

Gosh, where do I even start with this?

This was a fantastic series and I enjoyed it so much!

At first, I was afraid that I would get bored with the series because there were so many books in it, but I quickly realized that maybe 15 books might not be enough!

To say the least, I loved how it started and I loved how it ended.

I was racing through these books one after another!

There were so many plot twists and surprises but also there were a lot of things that were somewhat predictable, in a good way.

Many times throughout reading these books I frantically whisper No! Or This can’t be! Wait what???

These books were very intense and I loved how there were so many characters in this series so it would not become boring with the same few people every book.

For anyone considering to read this, but are unsure and may be intimated by the number of books (like me!), please read it! The books go so quickly and are also very short. I FINISHED three of the books in one day!

You can probably imagine I did nothing that day except for read! I really, really, enjoyed this series and would definitely recommend it to people who like this genre.


Butterfly Rating: 4 Stars

4-stars


Book Boyfriend Rating: 4 stars

4-stars


Age Recommendation: 14+

 

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “The Wicca Series (aka The Sweep Series) by Cate Tiernan {Review by Kayla}

  1. Hi!

    I used to read them and loved them (the first 8)! I don’t remember why I stopped reading this series, probably other books. But now, years later, I’m afraid that I won’t like them as much as I remember. I don’t want to ruin my memory of this series, because I have grown out of these books or something. I was really surprised that anyone is even talking about these books anymore, because this series is so old (in book year’s). Great to hear that this series still has some admirers.

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