The delicate peace between Wizards and the underguilds (Warriors, Seers, Enchanters, and Sorcerers) still holds by the thinnest of threads, but powerful forces inside and outside the guilds threaten to sever it completely. Emma and Jonah are at the center of it all. Brought together by their shared history, mutual attraction, and a belief in the magic of music, they now stand to be torn apart by new wounds and old betrayals. As they struggle to rebuild their trust in each other, Emma and Jonah must also find a way to clear their names as the prime suspects in a series of vicious murders. It seems more and more likely that the answers they need lie buried in the tragedies of the past. The question is whether they can survive long enough to unearth them. Old friends and foes return as new threats arise in this stunning and revelatory conclusion to the beloved and best-selling Heir Chronicles series.
©2014 Cinda Williams Chima (P)2014 Recorded Books
Such an amazing series, although this book felt like a side Story to the overall story, I still quite enjoyed it. I feel like the series isn't finished, perhaps it's not.
The first three I LOVED, the last two I wanted to but just couldn't. Too far out there, too many changes. I strongly recommend the first three though worth the buy!
Chima as usual delivers on this riveting conclusion...a bit predictable but it wraps up everything nicely...but on whole this concluding end to the series does indeed satisfy the reader.
If you've already read book 4 then continue on to Sorcerer Heir. But lets be frank, these two books were not the continuation I think any of us wanted really. They're fine story's and all, but they're just not on the same level as the original 3. One of those times that while we wanted more, we should have just settled for what we had.
Emma is still the stereotypical girl with a very troubled life. Jonah is a BA with a blade, but a wimp in real life. Both of them need to grow a pair and talk about stuff; then all these problems would have been solved. But then, trust is what the continuation is all about. If it were that easy for people to trust in this world, then none of the books would have happened.
The book is a little predictable. But you still get some suspense and some very sad deaths. But more importantly, you get some very happy endings as well. Things go right for the best people in the end and I liked that. Definitely worth the credit/money.
I'll be honest that I don't want any more books in this series, but I might be in the minority here. I'm ready for an end.
Narrator is pretty good in my opinion.
I've listened to a lot of audiobooks from my local library and a few here on audible and Cinda Williams Chima's books are right at the top with a few other favorites I hold dear. The Sorcerer Heir has some of the best web weaving I've seen.
Can't give away too much here but finding out who is responsible for making everyone "Savants" is a real goose-bump raiser.
Robert Ramirez has a very unique narrating style and it takes most of the first book in the series to get used to it, but I thoroughly enjoyed listening to him take me on this journey and with print most people would have less Idea of who the characters are
Quite a few places make you laugh out loud and I love that about this book. A book without wit is a book wasted on mankind. ( not that I don't enjoy witless books and humor as well) ;-)
Hard not to fall in love with Emma Greenwood, The Kinlock brothers and The entire gang from Trinity. The living dead, love connections, and high octane action scenes are just a portion of what this titan of a book has to offer! Do yourself a favor though and read them in order. I have gone back through to do just that as I started with the Dragon Heir and realised there were others. After going back things made much more sense. Gritty at times and extremely emotional at others, this book will leave you both reeling and wanting another serving of "the Heir Chronicles"
Mystery and Fantasy Lover
This book wraps up "The Enchanter Heir" story line with drama and mystery. The reader handles it perfectly! Wonderful world!
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