DOC The Wizard Heir
FREE PDF ↠ BOOK The Wizard Heir ó CINDA WILLIAMS CHIMA á 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 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 at an after hours party S 35 starsThe first book was about Warriors so now it's time to find out about the WizardsI 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 kindly giant with an overgrown beard swoops in to help him No Wait That was a different bookThere can be than one story about a young wizard boy trying to grow up while being hunted by bad guys at every turn right? RightAnyway after a particularly nasty fire that started because another wizard used a magical drug to roofie Seph's drink at a club he ends up uickly shuttled off to a reform school out in the middle of BFE by his lawyerguardianAnd once he's there he has to choose between being a basketball star or following his heart the girl of his dreams and singing in the Nope nope That doesn't sound right eitherHang on thumbs through pagesOk yes now I've got itIt turns out that this is no regular reformatory for the rich and famous The headmaster is in fact an evil wizard hell bent on mentally torturing Seph until he basically gives up his free will and hands over his power to him And since Seph is untrained it looks like Principal McEvil will winUntil two little mice show up to save him Orno Um Yeah I think I may have seen the mice thing somewhere elseMy memory isn't what it used to be you know?Don't judgeLook I enjoyed this book uite a bit even though it wasn't the bestsest thing I've ever read So if you're interested in seeing what actually happens why don't you just read this one for yourself?
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Own dangerous agendaIn this companion novel to the exciting fantasy The Warrior Heir everyone's got a secret to keep Jason Haley a fellow student who's been warned to keep away from Seph; the enchanter Linda Downey who knew his parents; the rogue wizard Leander Hastings and the warriors Jack Swift and Ellen Stephenson This wizard war is one that Seph may not have the strength to survi 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 the antagonists stooges come out and beat the main character up She basically goes from vivid detail to; the door opened and the alumi appeared overpowered Seph and beat him to the ground No other struggle is described it's just over and it wouldn't bug me so much if it didn't happen over and over again Another of my problems is that the characters are some of the most two demintional I've ever seen there are guy characters girl characters and Hastings and Linda who hardly stand out from the former and the ladder Really Seph and Jack are practically the same person which wouldn't have been as bad if Jack didn't come in half way through the story Some of the secondary characters are actually vivid than the primary characters namely Filtch I have of a sense of who he is than most of the main characters I've never seen that like this in a book in movies but not in booksIt would have been much enjoyable if it had been about Seph staying at the Havens and trying to get away Instead she brings the characters from this book and the first one together which both excites and disappoints But with these books it seems I have a better feel for them the longer I wait to review which is simply because for the most parther plots are good Sure her characters are colorless and sterotypical it seemes like every wizard except Leander Snowbeard and some other random guy mention for the purpose of killing are the only good wizards none of the others seem to have an ounce of humanity All the antagonists and protagonists are the same Antagonists Heartless and evil Protagonists All despite the authors best efforts saints But if you enjoyed the first one then read it If you haven't noticed the things I've mentioned read it I'll probably be reluctanly returning for the third book mearly to see some characters die but hey it's a goodread More or less
Cinda Williams Chima Ù The Wizard Heir EPUB
The Wizard HeirEph is sent to the Havens a secluded boys' school on the coast of Maine At first it seems like the answer to his prayers 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 35 starsThis continues to be a good contemporary fantasy series The story is really straightforward and easy to listen to as an audiobook Both my kids enjoyed it but really the problem is that it isn't The Seven Realms which was brilliant This is entertaining enough but loses some luster in comparison to Chima's other seriesThat said it is interesting enough that I plan to read the next book Chima definitely builds her stories across the books in a series and I do want to see where she is going with everything