Book Review: The Warrior Heir by Cinda Williams Chima

The Warrior Heir by Cinda Williams Chima
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

In present day Trinity, Ohio, Jack lives a relatively normal life as a 16-year-old high school student on the soccer team. The only abnormal things about him are the thick scar over his heart and the medicine he has to take daily to keep his heart healthy. Jack's life takes a very strange turn when he accidentally skips his morning dose, making him feel stronger and think clearer than ever before. He discovers the truth of what he really is, a Weirlind, a part of a secret society of magical people living among us. Jack is thrown into the middle of a feud between the two ruling houses of the magical society, the Red Rose and the White Rose. As one of the last warrior heirs, Jack must train hours every day in order to learn to protect himself from the two scouting houses and avoid The Game--a magical, battle-to-the-death tournament. 

If you are a fan of fiction, magical worlds, and warriors, you will love this book... then again, almost everyone would love The Warrior Heir. It is a riveting story, fast-paced and packed with adventure. How Jack struggled with the knowledge, responsibility, and power of what he really is, made his character very relatable and easy to get attached to. Be prepared for emotions, shocking twists, and magical battles galore.


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