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The Warrior Heir by Cinda Williams Chima
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Jan 12, 12

Read in January, 2012

Typical teenage life. Living in a small town, going to school, just living with mom. This is the normal scenario for young Jack Swift, He is a normal teenager who is unaware of his past until a akward confrontation between him and his childhood enemy on the soccer field during tryouts. He somehow throws him in the air and into the goal without touching him. He is baffled at first and then realizes a possible reason. His mom has been giving him heart medication for his entire life and he seemed to have forgot before this burst of aggression came upon him. So now he can grasp the reason. Very soon after his confusing debacle, his Aunt Linda asks him to take a trip out of town with her and encourages him to go. He has a couple of his friends tag along for company. Upon arrival they break into a museum looking for records to a ancestors whereabouts. They get what they are looking for just in time to be attacked by a man shooting extravagant colors and beams from his hands. He is told to randevu with his aunt while she distracts whoever the man was. He agrees and is later asked to dig up an artifact, a family heirloom. Him and his friends discover a sword which comes with great power that he usees to escape after being confronted by someone at the grave site. He escapes and soom comes to realize he is a wizard and a warrior who is being hidden by those closeest to him. He has to grow up, change his veiw, and stay alive while he is taught how to do all of these things. Now he is training to become a warrior, Will he fight and die? or will he hide and survive? this is the first of a trilogy and a very interesting read.
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