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Review: The Enchanter Heir

on October 21, 2013

Title: The Enchanter Heir

Author: Cinda Williams Chima

Rating: fivestars

Enchanter-Heir

“I’ll take a chance on you, if you’ll take a chance on me.”

The Thorn Hill massacre occurred many years ago, but the aftereffects of the tragedy still exist even to this day. Only the children survived, and the ones that did have all grown up with various gifts, different from those in their weirguilds. Powerful gifts. Dangerous gifts.

I love Cinda Williams Chima’s writing, especially in this series because it is the perfect blend of urban fantasy; magical yet down to earth. This is a new storyline in this series, separate from the trilogy preceding it, although some familiar faces (including Seph, Madison, Jack, and Ellen) make their appearances as well. The two new protagonists, Emma Greenwood and Jonah Kinlock are great. They have so much hidden depth, and are just really such badass and likable characters. Especially Emma.

This is a great new book in this series and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys Ms Chima’s work. I am really looking forward to the next one, especially since it ended on such a cliffhanger! :p

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