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The enchanter heir de Cinda Williams Chima
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The enchanter heir (original: 2013; edição: 2013)

de Cinda Williams Chima

Séries: The Heir Chronicles (4)

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Racing against time, Jonah and Emma, who possess unique magical gifts, work to uncover the truth about Thorn Hill, a peaceful commune that the Wizard Guild claims is a hotbed of underguild terrorists.
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Título:The enchanter heir
Autores:Cinda Williams Chima
Informação:New York : Hyperion Books, [2013]
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The Enchanter Heir de Cinda Williams Chima (2013)

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I was turned off initially by the fact that this was the beginning of a new story, when I expected it to be book 4 of a 5-book story, but I think the story of the Thorn Hill survivors may actually be more interesting than that of the original trilogy. This book lacked all of the disorganized problems that made me dislike The Dragon Heir, and I don't even recall stumbling over wording the way I have in all three previous books in the series. Perhaps that has something to do with the author having written several more books between those and this one. The only real problem I had with it was that so many new ideas were introduced in this one that weren't even briefly hinted at in previous installments. I would have liked a little foreshadowing, especially to the existence of the Black Rose or the Anchorage, but I suppose she genuinely hadn't planned to write more than three books in the series when she started, so it's not necessarily her fault. ( )
  NovelInsights | Sep 21, 2019 |
This book was pretty enjoyable, but after the previous 2, it was a bit of a let down.

I really loved Jonah and how he behaved and handled things, even if they were a bit dramatic at times. Emma was firmly on the annoying side and she often did things that really annoyed me (like all of a sudden becoming a teensy bit obsessed with getting to touch and kiss Jonah despite him displaying clear "NO!" signals).

The story itself was a bit of drag. Nothing of note really happened (besides the opening scene, which was constantly referred to throughout this book, but not really explained or addressed). This whole book focused on introducing these two new characters (with minor appearances of characters from previous books) and this mysterious massacre that happened, but it felt like the author forgot to include any serious "happenings". ( )
  Moore31 | Feb 25, 2018 |
This book was pretty enjoyable, but after the previous 2, it was a bit of a let down.

I really loved Jonah and how he behaved and handled things, even if they were a bit dramatic at times. Emma was firmly on the annoying side and she often did things that really annoyed me (like all of a sudden becoming a teensy bit obsessed with getting to touch and kiss Jonah despite him displaying clear "NO!" signals).

The story itself was a bit of drag. Nothing of note really happened (besides the opening scene, which was constantly referred to throughout this book, but not really explained or addressed). This whole book focused on introducing these two new characters (with minor appearances of characters from previous books) and this mysterious massacre that happened, but it felt like the author forgot to include any serious "happenings". ( )
  Moore31 | Feb 25, 2018 |
Really liked this book!!! Great ending! ( )
  pickleroad | Nov 10, 2016 |
This one just didn't really grab me as much as the previous books in this series. It's been a while since I last read these books and this just didn't really catch me. In Brazil a mysterious massacre killed most of the adults, leaving some of the children alive but very damaged and with strange abilities, now they live in America and are trying to fit in, there's a ghost explosion and the adults are keeping some of the truths from them.

Emma loses her grandfather who brought her up and discovers her father, when she goes to him this brings her into contact with some of the survivors, including Jonah, who can kill all too easily. With the adults around them being distracted by other things can they find the truth before it kills them.

Interesting but it just didn't quite sing to me. ( )
  wyvernfriend | Dec 6, 2014 |
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