World of Weir Blog Tour, by Cinda Williams Chima + Giveaway

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The can’t-miss finale to the beloved and bestselling Heir Chronicles series.

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. Old friends and foes return as new threats arise in this stunning and revelatory conclusion to the beloved and bestselling Heir Chronicles series.

The Sorcerer Heir is a self-contained story, accessible to readers just discovering the Heir series, but loyal fans will be rewarded by visits from characters they love (and love to hate) from the earlier installments. Readers will be glued to their seats through riveting fight scenes, deadly political machinations, burgeoning romance, and the unfolding intrigues of a contemporary magical world.

“THE WORLD OF WEIR” BLOG TOUR:

Those with magical powers in The Heir Chronicles series by Cinda Williams Chima are known as the Weir. The World of Weir blog tour leads up to the release of the can’t-miss series finale, The Sorcerer Heir (in-stores October 21st) by celebrating the magical fantasy world and the five types of magical guilds. Follow along for playlists, nail art, and more inspired by the series, plus exclusive excerpts from the upcoming finale.

WEEK 1:  THE WARRIORS September 14 – September 20
WEEK 2: THE WIZARDS September 21 –  September 27
WEEK 3: THE SEERS September 28 – October 4
WEEK 4:  THE ENCHANTERS October 5 – October 11
WEEK 5:  THE SORCERERS October 12 – October 18

 Who should read The Heir Chronicles?

Before I start telling all the Fantasy fans out there why you should be reading this series I’d like to say that I was honored to be asked to join in on this blog tour for Cinda Williams Chima.  I adore her writing; I am definitely a fan.  I can unabashedly say that I jumped on this opportunity.  So thank you to the group who put this blog tour together, reading all the blog posts has been loads of fun.

I love her writing, and now I’m going to do my gosh darn best to sell you guys on it too.

I’m going to dive right in and say, anyone who likes the idea of a magical sub-world underneath our every day lives as humans should read these books.  Anyone who has ever wished to be more than a mere mortal should pick up and start this series.  If you waited on pins and needles for Harry Potter, or currently are addicted to Percy Jackson, I’m pretty sure you should pick these up and try these out.  The Heir Chronicles contains the fun of sitting and imagining what House you would be sorted in, or which Camp Half-Blood cabin you belong to.  It makes you look at your neighbors and wonder if they’re Enchanters, Wizards, Warriors, Seers, or Sorcerers.  It made me look at myself and try to figure out, if I had a weirstone, what would I be… Sorcerer, probably.

What I think The Heir Chronicles offers, in addition to all the fun and magic, is a plot that’s full of real world problems.  These books are about the idea that everyone is, or should be, equal despite one group of people having more advantages than another.  It’s about fighting for everyone’s rights, not just your own.  Actually, now that I’m writing this blog post I’m recognizing another correlation between this series and another that I love.  Vampire Academy/Bloodlines.  Before you look at me skeptically just hear me out.  Vampire Academy and it’s spin off Bloodlines are, in essence, stories of classification.  A good majority of the strife between the characters comes from the social structure of the Moroi/Dhampir/Humans.  Well, the same is true of the guilds in The Heir Chronicles.  Except, in The Heir Chronicles striving to change the social rules is the plot.  It leaves readers feeling empowered.

Who should read The Heir Chronicles?  Well, if you nodded or showed interest in any of those comparisons above, it sounds like you should.

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A big thank you to Disney-Hyperion for allowing Badass Book Reviews to host a giveaway for all 5 copies of this fantasy series!  We’re very honored!

(Giveaway is for US addresses only.  Must be 18 years or older to enter.  Badass Book Reviews is not responsible for lost or stolen merchandise.)

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 CindaWilliamsChimaABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Cinda Williams Chima is the New York Times bestselling author of The Warrior Heir, The Wizard Heir, The Dragon Heir, The Enchanter Heir, and the four books of the Seven Realms series: The Demon King, The Exiled Queen, The Gray Wolf Throne, and The Crimson Crown. Cinda is a graduate of The University of Akron and Case Western Reserve University. She lives in Ohio with her family

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