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Book Review: The Enchanter Heir by Cinda Williams Chima

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The Enchanter Heir by Cinda Williams Chima Recommended Ages: 14+ The fourth book of the Heir Chronicles adds a new dimension to the world of magic that now orbits around Trinity, Ohio. In addition to Wizards, Sorcerers, Enchanters, Seers, and Warriors, there is now a new category of gifted that crosses the boundaries between these guilds: the Savants. Created in a disaster, or massacre, or mass poisoning, that wiped out all the adults and most ... Read More »

Book Review: The Gray Wolf Throne by Cinda Williams Chima

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The Gray Wolf Throne—buy it by Cinda Williams Chima—her website—my interview with her Recommended Ages: 14+ In The Demon King, the author of the “Heir Chronicles” introduced a marvelous fantasy country in which the powers and interests of three groups—the noble families of the lowland Valefolk, the craftsmen and warriors of the upland Clans, and the Council of Wizards descended from a race of foreign invaders—are held in a delicate balance by the line of ... Read More »

Interview: Cinda Williams Chima

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MuggleNet thanks Cinda Chima, author of the “Heir Chronicles” and the “Seven Realms” novels, for graciously agreeing to let this star-struck reviewer interview her. For those of you tuning in late, the “Heir Chronicles” is (so far) a trilogy consisting of the books The Warrior Heir, The Wizard Heir, and The Dragon Heir. Set in a variant of our present-day world, these books dramatize the conflict between five “guilds” of magically gifted people, known as ... Read More »

Book Review: The Exiled Queen by Cinda Williams Chima

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The Exiled Queen—buy it by Cinda Williams Chima—her website Recommended Ages: 13+ In Book Two of the “Seven Realms” quartet, the author of The Warrior Heir and its sequels continues to amaze with her ability to keep a large-scale piece of world-building interesting, convincing, and hopping with action. This installment takes us out of the Queendom of the Fells and shows us more of the seven realms, particularly the Academy of Oden’s Ford—a sort of ... Read More »