[↠ The Wizard Heir || ☆ PDF Download by ☆ Cinda Williams Chima] #2020


  • Title: The Wizard Heir
  • Author: Cinda Williams Chima
  • ISBN: 9781423104872
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Hardcover

  • The Wizard Heir By Cinda Williams Chima Sixteen year old Seph McCauley has spent the past three years getting kicked out of one exclusive private school after another And it s not his attitude that s the problem it s the trail of magical accidents lately, disasters that follow in his wake Seph is a wizard, orphaned and untrained, and his powers are escalating out of control.After causing a tragic fire atSixteen year old Seph McCauley has spent the past three years getting kicked out of one exclusive private school after another And it s not his attitude that s the problem it s the trail of magical accidents lately, disasters that follow in his wake Seph is a wizard, orphaned and untrained, and his powers are escalating out of control.After causing a tragic fire at an after hours party, Seph is sent to the Havens, a secluded boys school on the coast of Maine Gregory Leicester, the headmaster, promises to train Seph in magic and initiate him into his mysterious order of wizards But Seph s enthusiasm dampens when he learns that training comes at a steep cost, and that Leicester plans to use his students powers to serve his own mysterious agenda.
    Cinda Williams Chima
    New York Times bestselling author Cinda Williams Chima comes from a long line of fortune tellers, musicians and spinners of tales She began writing romance novels in middle school, which were often confiscated by her teachers.Her 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 2009 IThe Exiled Queen in 2010 The Gray Wolf Throne in 2011, and The Crimson Crown 2012Her Shattered Realms quartet launched with Flamecaster in April 2016 with Shadowcaster scheduled for April, 2017 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.

    The Wizard Heir By Cinda Williams Chima

    Commentaires:

    Anne
    3.5 starsThe first book was about Warriors, so now it s time to find out about the Wizards I do think I was a bit invested in the characters this time around, so I ve got to bump the rating up just a tad for this one On the surface, Sephwhich is just the oddest nickname for Joseph I ve ever heardlooks like just another a trust fund baby, who can t seem to stay in one school for very long without screwing up But, in truth, he s a wizard who doesn t know how to control his power Lucky for him, a [...]

    Jen
    Awesome so awesome I still can t believe this simple, brilliant series.A friend sent me my own personal copy of this book I retrieved it from the mail on Monday.I finished it last night.Those 24 hours are a blur.I cried in relief when, halfway through the book, Linda Downey announced her arrival I had been waiting to see who it was from the first volume that Seph would come into contact with I had absolutely no reason whatsoever to expect it would be her I figured he d escape the Havens, walk al [...]

    Darren Hagan
    This was so amazing I mean, The Warrior Heir was pretty good but this just kicked it up a notch.I literally didn t want to put it down on a night.The perfect way to finish off April

    Michelle *The Bookish Hobbit*
    A solid 4 I liked that Seph was portrayed as a practicing Catholic being a Baptised and Confirmed Catholic myself though a bit out of practice at the moment , and NOT portrayed as a crazy, religious loon like so many ignorant people believe Catholics are eating real flesh blood at Masswhat Ignorant jack sses need to brush up on the real meaning of being Roman Catholic NOTE This isn t a religious book, the main character just happens to have religion, like the majority of the US population I felt [...]

    Isaac Hamlet
    I know I gave this a lower score than the original despite a better story and slightly better characters The real problem here is the author either refuses to do a necessary final draft or writes that inconsistently There are points in the story where she ll go from moments of vast detail to none at all There is a scene where the main character and the antagonist are trying to overpower each other with magic She describes their strain and struggle for about three paragraphs Then out of the blue [...]

    Jennifer Wardrip
    Reviewed by Carrie Spellman for TeensReadTooSixteen year old Seph Joseph McCauley is a double orphan His parents died in a tragic accident so long ago that he doesn t remember them At least that s what the paperwork says Seph s pretty sure it s fake Not too long ago he lost Genevieve, the woman who raised him and cared for him Since then he s been shipped from town to town, from school to school The only thing that stays the same is the reason he keeps having to leave Weird things happen around [...]

    Violet
    i LOVED this book Seph, a very powerful wizard, doesn t realize that he s a wizard until he goes to the Havens when he s 16, a school for boys The headmaster, Gregory Leicester, takes advantage of the fact that the wizards who go to his school are untrained and aren t affiliated with either of the two warring houses the Red Rose and the White Rose , and the wizards that come to his school are mentally tortured by nightmares until they agree to link to Leicester Seph refuses and nearly dies after [...]

    Noelia Alonso
    ACTUAL RATING 3.5 STARSThis sequel was quite a great improvement from the first book I ve read this in one day and that rarely happens Way engaging in my opinion and less predictable I found Seph, the main character, way likeable than Jack or at least less whinny and sensible and useful And I m kind of intrigued to see how the third book goes.

    Shannon
    This sequel to The Warrior Heir was a decent, if somewhat predictable follow up At the end of the first book, I had wondered whether Chima would use the same characters in subsequent books The Warrior Heir didn t end on a cliffhanger, so I thought she might start up with an entirely new cast of characters I was pleased to find The Wizard Heir did have many of the same characters, albeit with the focus on a new main character, Seph short for Joseph.The Wizard Heir was, in certain sections, a dark [...]

    Fenia
    Great book Amazing plot,lots of character development and breath taking twists I would write but i m kinda sick so i can t But anyway,its a lovely book full of adventure and suspense and a bit of romance

    Colleen Earle
    This was a reread for meI liked this than the first book in the seriesThere was mystery and intrigue I liked the character development

    Will L.
    Have you ever considered that there might be people in our world that contain certain magical powers, powers that in turn could be used for good or evil This not a possibility, but a reality in Cinda Williams Chima s book, Wizard Heir In Chima s captivating novel the sequel to The Warrior Heir , she describes Seph McCauley s evolution from being a young, untrained wizard in captivity to one of the worlds most powerful wizards.Seph has been an orphan his whole life, and had been changing schools [...]

    Lisa
    I loved it I really liked the Warrior Heir and I think I flew though this novel even faster than the first book I liked it even than WH somehow I think it s interesting that the author wrote the first book about a warrior the lowest ranking member of the Weir society and chose a wizard the highest for the second The two protagonists clearly have strong morals and virtues, and the books worked so well because they both challenged the traditional system as they came into their powers My favorite [...]

    Avery (ThePagemaster)
    A nice step up from the first installment, The Warrior Heir To me, this was a , surprisingly darker novel than the last book it does have some hard to read scenes I think Seph had some amazing character development, just like Jack had in his book.I like how instead of your usual series where it follows just a set of characters usually a trio two boys, one girl most likely , INSTEAD, each book focuses on an individual character, with the other characters as cameos Not really companion books, but [...]

    Courtney Robeson
    Honestly, when I started this book, I didn t have high hopes The first one intrigued me enough to read the second one, but I wasn t too fond of it Then I read this one, and I was blown away It s was an amazing book, and the storyline kept me on the edge of my seat It was full of twists and turns, and I loved it Also, the fantasy was explained much better in this book than in the first one I highly recommend.

    Francesca
    Still not convinced by this series at all The writing is good and the story interesting but somehow I feel no attachment to the characters and just I don t know something really did not work for me.That said Seph and Jason were interesting to me than the previous characters I ll keep reading in the spirit of no new books until I have read the ones on my shelf but meh altogher

    Zachary Flye (Zach's YA Reviews)
    Review Protagonist Seph McCauley has had trouble follow him all his life As an untrained wizard, he can t quite control his powers which have led to him getting kicked out of quite a few boarding schools Then after an incident where his powers get extremely out of control, he s transferred to the Havens, an elite boarding school, where the headmaster promises to train Seph in wizardry, but after learning the steep cost Seph isn t willing to play in Leicester s political games Leicester then reso [...]

    Wendy F
    Before getting to the review for The Wizard Heir let s jump back in time to when I first discovered Cinda Williams Chima I had finished the Lumatere Chronicles by Melina Marchetta and I was in love I still am It s amazing Anyway, everyone in my group was talking about the Seven Realms series It took me a long time to give in, I think close to a year, but I finally picked up the first book I devoured it Then I ordered the rest of the books and read them back to back It was beautiful Some of the v [...]

    Sarah
    i bought the wizard heir a few years back, not knowing it was the second book to a series the aspect of wizards, warriors, seers, enchanters, and sorcerers really caught my attention i started reading the book immediately taken by the colossal event that eventually sends Joseph Seph to the havens the prologue kinda threw me off at first i must admit but i think that s just because i hadn t read the first book at the time anyways, so Seph makes it to Maine where the heavens is located and is imme [...]

    Alexis Miller
    When I first read this book I was perhaps 12 and likely 11 I had snuck into my older sisters room and was nosing through her stuff Like only a much younger sibling can do and I stumbled across her copy of the Wizard Heir I hadn t read the Warrior Heir, I wasn t even aware of it s existence actually.But wow.The book itself was everything I hadn t gotten a chance to read before It was decidedly Young Adult a genre my mum didn t really approve of but the book was just fabulous The characters drew [...]

    Terry Fedosky
    This book is about Joseph Seph McCauley Seph grew up in a foster home He was developing some strange abilities, which caused accidents that were perceived as acts of juvenile delinquency He was a young wizard, with no training, leaking power He was placed in his fourth school in three years This school was run by a wizard, whose objective was to use the abilities of every young wizard that found his way there Beaten and tortured, Seph is finally able to get a message to the law firm that control [...]

    Nina Levine
    The 2nd in the series, this tale is a worthy companion to the Warrior Heir and leaves you hungry for Dragon Heir Seph believes he is an orphan who was raised primarily by a loving foster mother until her death 3 years earlier He knows he is a wizard and desperately wants to find a teacher so he can learn to understand, control and develop his powers but no teacher has been forthcoming as he is shunted from one boarding school to another He leaves a trail of unintended destruction behind that onl [...]

    Ana Rînceanu
    Nope I was wrong This book turned out not to be better than the last one, it just gone like a soap opera Will not be continuing the series.

    Me
    I read this series out of order, so this one didn t have such a great feel But most of that s my fault.

    McKay
    The Heir Chronicles The Wizard HeirThe book The Wizard Heir is the second in a series of five books, and is about a 17 year old boy named Joseph, or Seph for short Seph has been kicked out of a number of schools, but not because he is a bad kid, but because he is different He is an untrained, and very powerful, wizard His inability to control his magic, from lack of training, had resulted in a number of accidents, that got him kicked out of multiple schools Finally, after he started an accidenta [...]

    Katharine Willard
    Oooooh, I was wondering how they d continue this, whether it would crossover with the first one or be an entirely separate story but within the same world.I m glad that it crossed over to be honest I enjoyed Jack s character so much in the first one that I couldn t quite feel the same about Seph although Jack came across a little cold and grouchy in this one I liked the story though It had an intriguing concept and a good mysterious element to it Unfortunately, I did guess who his parents were a [...]

    Dylen kicherer
    Personal ResponseThe Wizard Heir was a really good book and was the second book in the series I did not like how the book was written, but it became easier to read once I got into the book The book was written in a third person point of view that was confusing in the beginning But the way that it was written out made it interesting, because I knew what was happening with all of the characters Seph was born with a wizard stone, but he did not know how to use his power.The book always kept me on [...]

    Hayley Swanson
    Definitely not as exciting or gripping as the first book, but I liked it anyway Seph is kind of bland in my opinion And I wasn t a fan of him using magic to persuade girls into dating him But the story was pretty aight Kind of felt like two stories in one though the part at the Havens and all the stuff after didn t feel super connected.

    Luv
    I initially thought it was going to be a better story than Warrior Heir It started off that way, but towards the middle to end, the writing became a bit sloppy Good story overall, but way too predictable

    Janus the Erudite Artist
    You only need book one from Chima s series to absorb the lore and then the rest is like breathing I need book three

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