Witchwood Estate - Going Home

Rated 5.00/5 based on 6 reviews
The Craft meets Practical Magic.
Orphaned at five-years-old, Alexandria Santorini learns she comes from a long line of very powerful witches. More
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ISBN: 9781301954957
About Patti Roberts

So... Another big year ahead for me. 2017- New book release - book 6 in the Paradox Series - Breathe - due out mid-year. Witchwood Estate fans will be happy to know that the next book in the series is due out in 2017 as well.... Also a new series in the works - KLA2EEN - Calling Occupants. Check out the facebook page for more info - https://www.facebook.com/KLA2EEN/ (we are not alone in the universe...) I'm also working on the next book in the Witchwood Estate Series - yet to be titled. Looking forward to catching up with some of you during the year! Patti

PATTI ROBERTS was born in Brisbane, Australia, but soon moved to Darwin in the Northern Territory with her parents and two sisters. Her son Luke was born in Darwin in 1980. Although Patti now lives in Cairns, Queensland, she still considers Darwin her hometown.

When Patti is not writing, she is busy pursuing her other passion, which is designing book covers and formatting for other authors.

Email - pattiroberts7@gmail.com

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Witchwood Estate - Going Home
Alexandria Santorini learns as a child that she comes from a long line of Harvey witches. Now, as a teenager, Alexandria must say goodbye to Catnip Cottage and the Barnabys, her loving guardians for the last twelve years, and go home to Ferntree Falls to claim her inheritance. Witchwood Estate.

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Review by: Nocturnus on Nov. 24, 2014 :
Childhoods End .... The Journey Begins

This series must be read in order. This is the first book.

This story has loads of flashbacks to help you understand how Alexandria grew up and why she must leave her new home behind and go back to her ancestral estate. The writing is evocative and imaginative and though set in small towns it is on par with many urban fantasy series as well as urban paranormal series. Even though this is a novelette or short story series I truly enjoyed it!

The world contained within this short book series is amazing and visceral. I would recommend it to anyone who reads modern fantasy or paranormal mystery. You never know what will happen next and before you know it the book is over And you want MORE! I hope you enjoy it as much as I have :) I can't wait to read the next episode Witchwood Estate - Ferntree Falls (book 2 - Episodic series)!!!

***This series is suitable for mature young adult through adult readers
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Review by: Bev Gauthier on July 01, 2013 :
I have never read a novella before. This is my first. The book has a great storyline. The characters are great. If you love witches,ghosts and others , you will love this. I can't wait to read the next book Witchwood Estates-Ferntree Falls to see the continuation of this series . I give this book 5/5 stars .
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)

Review by: Pinky Pollock on March 30, 2013 :
As a HUGE lover of Patti Robert's work I was thrilled when she announced she was releasing her "TV series" length books - The Witchwood Estate Series.

As anybody who regularly reads my reviews knows, I am a lover of all things paranormal; vampires, shifters, angels, you name it' I've probably read it. But I must admit I haven't read a lot paranormal containing witches, so was really quite excited when Patti said this was the basis of her new series.

Now before you start thinking OK a story about witches; this is no 'Charmed' or 'Merlin'.

The first book in the series; Going Home, introduces us to our heroine Alexandria, as she is getting ready to go home to Witchwood Estate to claim her inheritance. We meet Olly and Martha Barnaby her loving but rather curious guardians, and then go with Alexandria on the first leg of her journey home.

What makes Patti's work so easy to read is that her stories have an emotion, spirit, and energy that draws you into the story and you are propelled along with them.

With each story only the length of a standard TV mini-series or show, it is quite easy to read in one sitting, and then, like any other favourite TV show, you have to wait with baited breath till the next exciting episode.
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)

Review by: Pinky Pollock on March 30, 2013 :
As a HUGE lover of Patti Robert's work I was thrilled when she announced she was releasing her "TV series" length books - The Witchwood Estate Series.

As anybody who regularly reads my reviews knows, I am a lover of all things paranormal; vampires, shifters, angels, you name it' I've probably read it. But I must admit I haven't read a lot paranormal containing witches, so was really quite excited when Patti said this was the basis of her new series.

Now before you start thinking OK a story about witches; this is no 'Charmed' or 'Merlin'.

The first book in the series; Going Home, introduces us to our heroine Alexandria, as she is getting ready to go home to Witchwood Estate to claim her inheritance. We meet Olly and Martha Barnaby her loving but rather curious guardians, and then go with Alexandria on the first leg of her journey home.

What makes Patti's work so easy to read is that her stories have an emotion, spirit, and energy that draws you into the story and you are propelled along with them.

With each story only the length of a standard TV mini-series or show, it is quite easy to read in one sitting, and then, like any other favourite TV show, you have to wait with baited breath till the next exciting episode.
(reviewed 11 days after purchase)

Review by: Tabitha Ormiston-Smith on March 19, 2013 :
This short section is a very tantalising look into what promises to be a wonderful book. It has the smoothly competent writing that we've come to expect from Ms Roberts, but the tone of this book is lighter and more humourous than that of the Paradox series. I am very much looking forward to reading the whole book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Tabitha Ormiston-Smith on March 19, 2013 :
This short section is a very tantalising look into what promises to be a wonderful book. It has the smoothly competent writing that we've come to expect from Ms Roberts, but the tone of this book is lighter and more humourous than that of the Paradox series. I am very much looking forward to reading the whole book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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