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Publisher: Hyperion Paperbacks
Published Date: February 27, 2007
Author: Cinda Williams Chima
Pages: 426
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult

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The Warrior Heir, by Cinda Williams Chima

Interesting read, but not as strong as Chima’s later Seven Realms series. Other than a grisly prologue, this one is set in the present day, as a 10-grade boy realizes he not only has special powers as a warrior, but that those powers make him a target in a deadly game by rival wizards. For older YAs.


Book Review: The Warrior Heir

This was a recent find of mine. Cinda Williams Chima has two different series, The Seven Realms series (slowly working my way through) and the Heir Chronicles, of which the Warrior Heir is the first book. 334 more words



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Read 10 before you buy is exactly what it sounds like. I’m not sure who I can credit this idea to, but I have heard about it a lot on YouTube. 495 more words

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The Warrior Heir by Cinda Williams Chima

The premise of The Warrior Heir is that feuding groups of magical people, Weirlind, live among us, constantly vying for power. Wizards are the most powerful of these people, both magically and through an enforced treaty somewhat reminiscent of both colonization and the caste system. 818 more words

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Blurb: All that Jackson Downey Swift wants is to be a normal teenager and to make the varsity soccer team. When he was born, he had a heart defect and had surgery to fix it. 429 more words

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