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10 thoughts on “The Warrior Heir

  1. Meredith Meredith says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I gave it two stars based on the goodreads ranking of it was ok That sums Warrior Heir up well, not bad enough to recommend against it, but nothing special This author strikes me as someone who grew up reading fantasy and became enad with the idea of creating her own world like the great fantasy writers before her However, this story has nothing approaching of the depth of Middle Earth, Narnia, Hogwarts, or even Sunnydale A couple locations in Trinity, Ohio and Jack s hometown have som I gave it two stars based on the goodreads ranking of it was ok That sums Warrior Heir up well, not bad enough to recommend against it, but nothing special This author strikes me as someone who grew up reading fantasy and became enad with the idea of creating her own world like the great fantasy writers before her However, this story has nothing approaching of the depth of Middle Earth, Narnia, Hogwarts, or even Sunnydale A couple locations in Trinity, Ohio and Jack s hometown have some detail and, therefore, substance, but places like the battleground and the country of England are indistinct and have no life to them.The characters are a bit bland, too I was warming up to Jack midway through the book, but there s still not a lot of dimension to any of the characters The villains are evil enough to dislike, but not evil enough to inspire much concern for their activities The heroes have some flaws, but are still really good people in their hearts And no one is funny enough or independently interesting enough to make up for the lot of them Probably the most interesting is a relatively minor character, Jack s mother, and soley for the scene when she stands up to her son s brutish kidnappers in a thoroughly lawyerly fashion But that paragraph just isn t enough to elevate the book to good status.These issues could be ignored, maybe, if something else made up for it like the plot or a fascinating insight into anything about our world or really cool superpowers Again, all of these things are too underdeveloped to carry the novel More then once while reading the book, I realized that nothing had happened for far too long other than a laundry list of how the characters were passing the time The only insight the book seemed to offer is that slavery is wrong in a vague sense that doesn t have to be explained because it s already accepted throughout the western world and the book s audience base And the powers might be cool Maybe if I knewabout them other than some people secretly have them What do they do Wizard things Or warrior things You read Harry Potter right It s like that, but without wands Sorry, that s how I imagine the pitch will go when the movie rights are optioned.Also, the War of the Roses has a romantic ring, but let it go The English did, so can the 8 14 year old girl inside all of us whose ears perked up the first time she heard that name I know it conjures up amazing imagery without a bit of work for you, but that s the problem, isn t it Think up your own imagery Don t pretend this war was secretly carried on for hundreds of years after it officially ended by a sect of people who are fighting for something that has nothing to do with the actual war I don t care if it sounds pretty, it makes no sense.All that being said, I think the other word to sum the book up is underdeveloped It s some fine preliminary work, now run with it This author needs a good editor who can push her past filler and into specificity And who can say things like, The War of the Roses has been done It ended Try again But maybe she found one, because I hear The Warrior Heir is only worth reading as a set up for the sequel The Wizard Heir It s on my shelf, so we ll see


  2. Maureen Maureen says:

    This was enjoyable but not the best It s hard not to compare this to Chima s other series which is PHENOMENAL andstrictly fantasy than a mix of fantasy and urban fantasy I liked the characters but felt like they lacked depth and development Jack did grow and change a bit, but not a ton in the area of character It was also pretty predictable but I kind of expected that I really enjoyed the overall plot it was different than anything I ve ever read and I loved that about it Ultimatel This was enjoyable but not the best It s hard not to compare this to Chima s other series which is PHENOMENAL andstrictly fantasy than a mix of fantasy and urban fantasy I liked the characters but felt like they lacked depth and development Jack did grow and change a bit, but not a ton in the area of character It was also pretty predictable but I kind of expected that I really enjoyed the overall plot it was different than anything I ve ever read and I loved that about it Ultimately I feel like a lotcould ve been explored, which it probably is in the other books in the series


  3. Jesse (JesseTheReader) Jesse (JesseTheReader) says:

    3.5 bumped up to a 4, because goodreads is lame and won t give us half stars.


  4. LastMonk LastMonk says:

    The Heir Trilogy, which received great reviews, but somehow never entered the national consciousness, is Chima s first published work Another story that really gets me excited with inventive concepts and clear imagery, these are really a great read The Warrior Heir is the first novel of the trio We open on a very dramatic prologue, but let s skip that Now, we meet Jack Hi, Jack Jack is a pretty nice guy Good for Jack But you know there sthan that Turns out, our hero has some speci The Heir Trilogy, which received great reviews, but somehow never entered the national consciousness, is Chima s first published work Another story that really gets me excited with inventive concepts and clear imagery, these are really a great read The Warrior Heir is the first novel of the trio We open on a very dramatic prologue, but let s skip that Now, we meet Jack Hi, Jack Jack is a pretty nice guy Good for Jack But you know there sthan that Turns out, our hero has some special secrets secrets that could get him killed, enslaved, or at the very least lose him his girlfriend Starting small scale in a little town, The Warrior Heir quickly lives up to the dramatic title we finish off in an unbelievably intricate world of magic and politics With gladiators, no less It s like Rome, with kilts instead of togas The players come off remarkably well, especially considering the great distance from which Chima is writing about her teenage characters I ve been dying since I read this book, trying to hunt down the sequels as soon as they were released Luckily, my library does a good job at staying current.This books is immensely satisfying it could almost stand alone, without companion books An excellent alternative for those who, like myself, are not fans of the Twilight series So go, give it a shot I liked it, and I m not easy to please


  5. Christine Riccio Christine Riccio says:

    My review islike 3.67 but I ve rounded up because with perspective I have a lot of faith in where this series can go and I m excited to pick up the second book here s my full booktalk discussion My review islike 3.67 but I ve rounded up because with perspective I have a lot of faith in where this series can go and I m excited to pick up the second book here s my full booktalk discussion


  6. Anne Anne says:

    I m re reading this series, and while I enjoyed this book, I m not sure how to describe it.It s not that Chima isn t a good writer, it s just that it seems to me that the plot is better than the storytelling.Does that make sense Ok Well, I guess what I mean is that I minvested in seeing what happens in the end than I am in the characters Sure, they re ok, but nothing about the way the dialogue is written reaches out and grabs me It s a cool story, though Jack finds out that he s a wi I m re reading this series, and while I enjoyed this book, I m not sure how to describe it.It s not that Chima isn t a good writer, it s just that it seems to me that the plot is better than the storytelling.Does that make sense Ok Well, I guess what I mean is that I minvested in seeing what happens in the end than I am in the characters Sure, they re ok, but nothing about the way the dialogue is written reaches out and grabs me It s a cool story, though Jack finds out that he s a wizard who had a warrior stone implanted in his chest Long story.Anyway, it turns out, that is just the beginning of his problems I have to admit, even though I d read this already 6 years ago , I couldn t remember the first thing about what was going to happen next I didn t even remember any of the characters It was like reading a brand new book.What can I say Getting older has its perks Would I recommend this one Ehhhh shrugs I wouldn t not recommend itIf you re looking for a decent young adult urban fantasy, then you could do a lot worse


  7. Flannery Flannery says:

    3.5 stars I liked this book despite reading lots of books that have the same basic plotline Hey I m a teenager I ve just found out that I m a __________ People are after me I better figure out to use my insert cool weapon and or power so I can take down the insert bad guys So, really, the author must ve done a pretty good job of writing a good story and a fast read or I would not like it as much as I did do I will read the next two in the trilogy.


  8. Robin (Bridge Four) Robin (Bridge Four) says:

    Sale Alert Kindle Deal May 4 May 10 1.99Just remember who you are The world will try to change you into someone else Don t let them That s the best advice anyone can give youThe Warrior Heir is a contemporary fantasy and coming of age story It is the classic tale of boy who finds out he has a gift and learning how to hone that gift Jack is a likeable character, he is kind and a good friend His family and friends have kept him safe his whole life but now he has to learn how to Sale Alert Kindle Deal May 4 May 10 1.99Just remember who you are The world will try to change you into someone else Don t let them That s the best advice anyone can give youThe Warrior Heir is a contemporary fantasy and coming of age story It is the classic tale of boy who finds out he has a gift and learning how to hone that gift Jack is a likeable character, he is kind and a good friend His family and friends have kept him safe his whole life but now he has to learn how to use his gift before he is discovered and possibly killedYou look like a boy who has eaten the fruit of the tree of knowledge and doesn t like the tasteThis is a dangerous world for Warriors as they are trained to be used in a battle to the death much like the roman gladiators were If they win the house they fight for wins control of the land, magical items and the governing counsel, if they lose they die I liked the idea of this magical almost medieval underworld right in the middle of today s society The backstory of why the tournament came to be and the legend of how the guilds were established were new in interesting I enjoyed a shout out to George R.R Martin when they Woke the Dragon hehe Some of the book was predictable, I had already figured out a few of the big reveals long before they happened, especially who the other warrior was But I was surprised by the resolution of the story overall.This is a good book if you like fantasy and don t mind a few lulls to get to the end Fantasy isn t my overall favorite genre so while I liked it, it wasn t the end all be all I will give the next book in the series a read though because I am interested in the world and want to see what happens after the events at the end of the book


  9. Audrey Audrey says:

    This is an urban fantasy YA in which magic is kept secret but the various factions of magic users don t work well together, with wizards generally bullying the rest Sixteen year old Jack was supposed to be a Wizard but ended up a Warrior, which is pretty rare and starts causing problems for him.There are a lot of tropes and cliches here, but I still liked it, if that makes sense I loved the action scenes and was pulled in by the sense of danger But sometimes the in between, character buildi This is an urban fantasy YA in which magic is kept secret but the various factions of magic users don t work well together, with wizards generally bullying the rest Sixteen year old Jack was supposed to be a Wizard but ended up a Warrior, which is pretty rare and starts causing problems for him.There are a lot of tropes and cliches here, but I still liked it, if that makes sense I loved the action scenes and was pulled in by the sense of danger But sometimes the in between, character building scenes were dry and bland It s like Chima put them in because they were necessary and spent as little time polishing them as possible.The ending was rather deus ex machina I was hoping for something sneakier But overall I really enjoyed it.Now, a word about the audiobook It s BAD It s not the narrator s fault he was fine I blame the sound engineer You can hear the narrator s breathing It s constant Sometimes I thought I heard pages turning There s a two second pause every other sentence for the narrator to breathe On top of that, there s a deliberate three second break in between each track WTH that is also preceded by a loud deep breath It sounds like he s holding his breath So every 3 4 minutes, you hear deep breath silence andsilence in between If the sequels are like this, I m bailing on the audio version


  10. Ariel Ariel says:

    A fun ride It was an interesting world and there s nothing like a normal boy isn t normal he s actually an important player in a battle that he must now face in a different world full of magic and warriors story line.My biggest problem with the story was the writing it felt very flat and one dimensional At points it almost felt like I was reading middle grade which is absolutely fine but I would have liked something a bitsophisticated and complex I m also not huge into urban fan A fun ride It was an interesting world and there s nothing like a normal boy isn t normal he s actually an important player in a battle that he must now face in a different world full of magic and warriors story line.My biggest problem with the story was the writing it felt very flat and one dimensional At points it almost felt like I was reading middle grade which is absolutely fine but I would have liked something a bitsophisticated and complex I m also not huge into urban fantasy, however, so this probably isn t my best genre to read about. I always find it really difficult to buy into it


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The Warrior Heir ❮Reading❯ ➽ The Warrior Heir ➶ Author Cinda Williams Chima – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk An epic battle between good and evilBefore he knew about the Roses, year old Jack lived an unremarkable life in the small Ohio town of Trinity Only the medicine he has to take daily and the thick sca An epic battle between good and evilBefore he knew about the Roses,year The Warrior PDF/EPUB ² old Jack lived an unremarkable life in the small Ohio town of Trinity Only the medicine he has to take daily and the thick scar above his heart set him apart from the other high schoolers Then one day Jack skips his medicine Suddenly, he is stronger, fiercer, and confident than ever before And it feels great until he loses control of his own strength and nearly kills another player during soccer team tryoutsSoon, Jack learns the startling truth about himself he is Weirlind, part of an underground society of magical people who live among us At their helm sits the feuding houses of the Red Rose and the White Rose, whose power is determined by playing The Game a magical tournament in which each house sponsors a warrior to fight to the death The winning house rules the WeirAs if his bizarre heritage isn t enough, Jack finds out that he s not just another member of Weirlind he s one of the last of the warriors at a time when both houses are scouting for a player.

    The Warrior Heir PDF/EPUB ä The Warrior PDF/EPUB ² his heart set him apart from the other high schoolers Then one day Jack skips his medicine Suddenly, he is stronger, fiercer, and confident than ever before And it feels great until he loses control of his own strength and nearly kills another player during soccer team tryoutsSoon, Jack learns the startling truth about himself he is Weirlind, part of an underground society of magical people who live among us At their helm sits the feuding houses of the Red Rose and the White Rose, whose power is determined by playing The Game a magical tournament in which each house sponsors a warrior to fight to the death The winning house rules the WeirAs if his bizarre heritage isn t enough, Jack finds out that he s not just another member of Weirlind he s one of the last of the warriors at a time when both houses are scouting for a player."/>
  • Paperback
  • 426 pages
  • The Warrior Heir
  • Cinda Williams Chima
  • English
  • 15 July 2019
  • 0786839171

About the Author: Cinda Williams Chima

New York Times bestselling author Cinda Williams Chima comes from a long The Warrior PDF/EPUB ² line of fortune tellers, musicians and spinners of tales She began writing romance novels in middle school, which were often confiscated by her teachersHer Heir Chronicles series magic comes to contemporary Ohio comprises The Warrior Heir The Wizard Heir The Dragon Heir The Enchanter Heir, and the Sorcerer Heir Chima s Seven Realms series launched with The Demon King in IThe Exiled Queen in The Gray Wolf Throne in , and The Crimson Crown Her Shattered Realms quartet comprises Flamecaster Shadowcaster Stormcaster and Deathcaster scheduled for March , Chima is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University and the University of Akron Chima has been a workshop leader, panelist, and speaker at writing conferences, including the Northern Ohio SCBWI Conference, the Western Reserve Writers Conference, and the World Fantasy Convention She frequently speaks to young writers and readers at schools and libraries nationwide Chima lives in Ohio with her family, and is always working on her next novel.


10 thoughts on “The Warrior Heir

  1. Meredith Meredith says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I gave it two stars based on the goodreads ranking of it was ok That sums Warrior Heir up well, not bad enough to recommend against it, but nothing special This author strikes me as someone who grew up reading fantasy and became enad with the idea of creating her own world like the great fantasy writers before her However, this story has nothing approaching of the depth of Middle Earth, Narnia, Hogwarts, or even Sunnydale A couple locations in Trinity, Ohio and Jack s hometown have som I gave it two stars based on the goodreads ranking of it was ok That sums Warrior Heir up well, not bad enough to recommend against it, but nothing special This author strikes me as someone who grew up reading fantasy and became enad with the idea of creating her own world like the great fantasy writers before her However, this story has nothing approaching of the depth of Middle Earth, Narnia, Hogwarts, or even Sunnydale A couple locations in Trinity, Ohio and Jack s hometown have some detail and, therefore, substance, but places like the battleground and the country of England are indistinct and have no life to them.The characters are a bit bland, too I was warming up to Jack midway through the book, but there s still not a lot of dimension to any of the characters The villains are evil enough to dislike, but not evil enough to inspire much concern for their activities The heroes have some flaws, but are still really good people in their hearts And no one is funny enough or independently interesting enough to make up for the lot of them Probably the most interesting is a relatively minor character, Jack s mother, and soley for the scene when she stands up to her son s brutish kidnappers in a thoroughly lawyerly fashion But that paragraph just isn t enough to elevate the book to good status.These issues could be ignored, maybe, if something else made up for it like the plot or a fascinating insight into anything about our world or really cool superpowers Again, all of these things are too underdeveloped to carry the novel More then once while reading the book, I realized that nothing had happened for far too long other than a laundry list of how the characters were passing the time The only insight the book seemed to offer is that slavery is wrong in a vague sense that doesn t have to be explained because it s already accepted throughout the western world and the book s audience base And the powers might be cool Maybe if I knewabout them other than some people secretly have them What do they do Wizard things Or warrior things You read Harry Potter right It s like that, but without wands Sorry, that s how I imagine the pitch will go when the movie rights are optioned.Also, the War of the Roses has a romantic ring, but let it go The English did, so can the 8 14 year old girl inside all of us whose ears perked up the first time she heard that name I know it conjures up amazing imagery without a bit of work for you, but that s the problem, isn t it Think up your own imagery Don t pretend this war was secretly carried on for hundreds of years after it officially ended by a sect of people who are fighting for something that has nothing to do with the actual war I don t care if it sounds pretty, it makes no sense.All that being said, I think the other word to sum the book up is underdeveloped It s some fine preliminary work, now run with it This author needs a good editor who can push her past filler and into specificity And who can say things like, The War of the Roses has been done It ended Try again But maybe she found one, because I hear The Warrior Heir is only worth reading as a set up for the sequel The Wizard Heir It s on my shelf, so we ll see

  2. Maureen Maureen says:

    This was enjoyable but not the best It s hard not to compare this to Chima s other series which is PHENOMENAL andstrictly fantasy than a mix of fantasy and urban fantasy I liked the characters but felt like they lacked depth and development Jack did grow and change a bit, but not a ton in the area of character It was also pretty predictable but I kind of expected that I really enjoyed the overall plot it was different than anything I ve ever read and I loved that about it Ultimatel This was enjoyable but not the best It s hard not to compare this to Chima s other series which is PHENOMENAL andstrictly fantasy than a mix of fantasy and urban fantasy I liked the characters but felt like they lacked depth and development Jack did grow and change a bit, but not a ton in the area of character It was also pretty predictable but I kind of expected that I really enjoyed the overall plot it was different than anything I ve ever read and I loved that about it Ultimately I feel like a lotcould ve been explored, which it probably is in the other books in the series

  3. Jesse (JesseTheReader) Jesse (JesseTheReader) says:

    3.5 bumped up to a 4, because goodreads is lame and won t give us half stars.

  4. LastMonk LastMonk says:

    The Heir Trilogy, which received great reviews, but somehow never entered the national consciousness, is Chima s first published work Another story that really gets me excited with inventive concepts and clear imagery, these are really a great read The Warrior Heir is the first novel of the trio We open on a very dramatic prologue, but let s skip that Now, we meet Jack Hi, Jack Jack is a pretty nice guy Good for Jack But you know there sthan that Turns out, our hero has some speci The Heir Trilogy, which received great reviews, but somehow never entered the national consciousness, is Chima s first published work Another story that really gets me excited with inventive concepts and clear imagery, these are really a great read The Warrior Heir is the first novel of the trio We open on a very dramatic prologue, but let s skip that Now, we meet Jack Hi, Jack Jack is a pretty nice guy Good for Jack But you know there sthan that Turns out, our hero has some special secrets secrets that could get him killed, enslaved, or at the very least lose him his girlfriend Starting small scale in a little town, The Warrior Heir quickly lives up to the dramatic title we finish off in an unbelievably intricate world of magic and politics With gladiators, no less It s like Rome, with kilts instead of togas The players come off remarkably well, especially considering the great distance from which Chima is writing about her teenage characters I ve been dying since I read this book, trying to hunt down the sequels as soon as they were released Luckily, my library does a good job at staying current.This books is immensely satisfying it could almost stand alone, without companion books An excellent alternative for those who, like myself, are not fans of the Twilight series So go, give it a shot I liked it, and I m not easy to please

  5. Christine Riccio Christine Riccio says:

    My review islike 3.67 but I ve rounded up because with perspective I have a lot of faith in where this series can go and I m excited to pick up the second book here s my full booktalk discussion My review islike 3.67 but I ve rounded up because with perspective I have a lot of faith in where this series can go and I m excited to pick up the second book here s my full booktalk discussion

  6. Anne Anne says:

    I m re reading this series, and while I enjoyed this book, I m not sure how to describe it.It s not that Chima isn t a good writer, it s just that it seems to me that the plot is better than the storytelling.Does that make sense Ok Well, I guess what I mean is that I minvested in seeing what happens in the end than I am in the characters Sure, they re ok, but nothing about the way the dialogue is written reaches out and grabs me It s a cool story, though Jack finds out that he s a wi I m re reading this series, and while I enjoyed this book, I m not sure how to describe it.It s not that Chima isn t a good writer, it s just that it seems to me that the plot is better than the storytelling.Does that make sense Ok Well, I guess what I mean is that I minvested in seeing what happens in the end than I am in the characters Sure, they re ok, but nothing about the way the dialogue is written reaches out and grabs me It s a cool story, though Jack finds out that he s a wizard who had a warrior stone implanted in his chest Long story.Anyway, it turns out, that is just the beginning of his problems I have to admit, even though I d read this already 6 years ago , I couldn t remember the first thing about what was going to happen next I didn t even remember any of the characters It was like reading a brand new book.What can I say Getting older has its perks Would I recommend this one Ehhhh shrugs I wouldn t not recommend itIf you re looking for a decent young adult urban fantasy, then you could do a lot worse

  7. Flannery Flannery says:

    3.5 stars I liked this book despite reading lots of books that have the same basic plotline Hey I m a teenager I ve just found out that I m a __________ People are after me I better figure out to use my insert cool weapon and or power so I can take down the insert bad guys So, really, the author must ve done a pretty good job of writing a good story and a fast read or I would not like it as much as I did do I will read the next two in the trilogy.

  8. Robin (Bridge Four) Robin (Bridge Four) says:

    Sale Alert Kindle Deal May 4 May 10 1.99Just remember who you are The world will try to change you into someone else Don t let them That s the best advice anyone can give youThe Warrior Heir is a contemporary fantasy and coming of age story It is the classic tale of boy who finds out he has a gift and learning how to hone that gift Jack is a likeable character, he is kind and a good friend His family and friends have kept him safe his whole life but now he has to learn how to Sale Alert Kindle Deal May 4 May 10 1.99Just remember who you are The world will try to change you into someone else Don t let them That s the best advice anyone can give youThe Warrior Heir is a contemporary fantasy and coming of age story It is the classic tale of boy who finds out he has a gift and learning how to hone that gift Jack is a likeable character, he is kind and a good friend His family and friends have kept him safe his whole life but now he has to learn how to use his gift before he is discovered and possibly killedYou look like a boy who has eaten the fruit of the tree of knowledge and doesn t like the tasteThis is a dangerous world for Warriors as they are trained to be used in a battle to the death much like the roman gladiators were If they win the house they fight for wins control of the land, magical items and the governing counsel, if they lose they die I liked the idea of this magical almost medieval underworld right in the middle of today s society The backstory of why the tournament came to be and the legend of how the guilds were established were new in interesting I enjoyed a shout out to George R.R Martin when they Woke the Dragon hehe Some of the book was predictable, I had already figured out a few of the big reveals long before they happened, especially who the other warrior was But I was surprised by the resolution of the story overall.This is a good book if you like fantasy and don t mind a few lulls to get to the end Fantasy isn t my overall favorite genre so while I liked it, it wasn t the end all be all I will give the next book in the series a read though because I am interested in the world and want to see what happens after the events at the end of the book

  9. Audrey Audrey says:

    This is an urban fantasy YA in which magic is kept secret but the various factions of magic users don t work well together, with wizards generally bullying the rest Sixteen year old Jack was supposed to be a Wizard but ended up a Warrior, which is pretty rare and starts causing problems for him.There are a lot of tropes and cliches here, but I still liked it, if that makes sense I loved the action scenes and was pulled in by the sense of danger But sometimes the in between, character buildi This is an urban fantasy YA in which magic is kept secret but the various factions of magic users don t work well together, with wizards generally bullying the rest Sixteen year old Jack was supposed to be a Wizard but ended up a Warrior, which is pretty rare and starts causing problems for him.There are a lot of tropes and cliches here, but I still liked it, if that makes sense I loved the action scenes and was pulled in by the sense of danger But sometimes the in between, character building scenes were dry and bland It s like Chima put them in because they were necessary and spent as little time polishing them as possible.The ending was rather deus ex machina I was hoping for something sneakier But overall I really enjoyed it.Now, a word about the audiobook It s BAD It s not the narrator s fault he was fine I blame the sound engineer You can hear the narrator s breathing It s constant Sometimes I thought I heard pages turning There s a two second pause every other sentence for the narrator to breathe On top of that, there s a deliberate three second break in between each track WTH that is also preceded by a loud deep breath It sounds like he s holding his breath So every 3 4 minutes, you hear deep breath silence andsilence in between If the sequels are like this, I m bailing on the audio version

  10. Ariel Ariel says:

    A fun ride It was an interesting world and there s nothing like a normal boy isn t normal he s actually an important player in a battle that he must now face in a different world full of magic and warriors story line.My biggest problem with the story was the writing it felt very flat and one dimensional At points it almost felt like I was reading middle grade which is absolutely fine but I would have liked something a bitsophisticated and complex I m also not huge into urban fan A fun ride It was an interesting world and there s nothing like a normal boy isn t normal he s actually an important player in a battle that he must now face in a different world full of magic and warriors story line.My biggest problem with the story was the writing it felt very flat and one dimensional At points it almost felt like I was reading middle grade which is absolutely fine but I would have liked something a bitsophisticated and complex I m also not huge into urban fantasy, however, so this probably isn t my best genre to read about. I always find it really difficult to buy into it

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