oleander wrote:I just finished Warrior Heir by Cinda Williams Chima and i've started The Wizard Heir (the 2nd book in the series). They are great books. I think these ones are geared more toward boys, but just they same, they're fantastic.
I'm also going to be starting Kyrian's book in the Dark Hunter series tonight.
hose books sound interesting!
Do you mind me asking what they are about?
Wolf-Girl90, i'm sorry it took me so long to get back to you. This little blurb is taken from the author's website. Any explanation I wrote was giving away too much.The Warrior Heir
: One March day, Jack Swift, a high school student in a small college town, forgets to take the medicine he’s taken daily since he was an infant. There ensues a cascade of events that puts him in mortal danger. The Wizard Heir
: Sixteen year old wizard Seph McCauley has spent the past 3 years bouncing from one exclusive private school to another. Orphaned as a baby, Seph was raised by Genevieve LeClerc, the sorcerer owner of a Toronto bed and breakfast. LeClerc tried to protect Seph from the treacherous world of wizardry by keeping him away from others of his kind.
But now LeClerc is dead, leaving Seph on his own and without the training he needs to control his growing power. He prowls the illegal clubs of Toronto’s warehouse district, plagued by magical accidents that are increasing in frequency and severity. Worse, he’s beginning to realize that the stories he’s been told about his parents’ life and death are fabrications—that the people he most trusted have been lying to him.
They are really great books and I devoured them both so quickly. They stressed me out at times, but I like that...it's a sign of a good book.
Hope that was helpful.