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The Warrior

(Genoa Chronicles #2)

4.21  ·  Rating details ·  42 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Time is running out for the world of Genoa and its magical peoples. A wizard’s past mistake must now be set right if Genoa is to survive the battle that is to come.

Dragon-warrior, Té has spent her life hiding from the power-hungry king. Raised by her wizard in the native ways of warrior combat and dragon riding, Té must now put her skills to the test, joining forces with
Kindle Edition, 400 pages
Published March 20th 2018 by Grayton Press
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Julia David
Oct 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
I am really getting into this series. This is the second story. It is about Te` and we find out more about Anna and how she came to be on Earth. Te` and Kriston join forces to protect Anna. Te` was raised to be a warrior and Anna is the scholar. We also meet the queen. They are all preparing for the coming battle. ...more
Unpredictable Journey!!!

The story picked up from where the previous book THE SCHOLAR left off.

Té was a Dragon-warrior who'd spend most of her life hiding from the greedy and evil King Gillard Haddock. She was raised by her wizard Col who taught her everything about being a warrior. With the fate of Genoa in peril, she decided to join forces with Kriston to protect Anna.

Wizard Leian escaped from the King's tortures but not before losing some of his magic. He was worried about Shiarra and An
Kirstie Ibrahim
Oct 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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Sometimes when I read a really great first book I'm let down with the next instalment BUT this wasn't the case with The Warrior. This was just as brilliant as The Scholar and I was drawn in once again from the first page until the very last. There is so much going on in this book with so many great characters along with dragons, sprites, gnomes, trolls, goblins, wizards, kings, queens and warriors. All of the characters have their own little side stories going on so you see how they all fit into ...more
Oct 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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Wow! Dragons, wizards and evil oh my. Keeping pace from the first book, this one drops you right into the vast world of Genoa where Te must help Kriston protect and save Anna as their world continues to chase them. Secrets are revealed but still the battles rage on as Anna's new friends travel to the glorious castle of Valorna where the Queen waits. The world created in this story is vast and magical while the story keeps your heart rate high. Adventure lies around every corner as you head into ...more
Jill Sanders
Oct 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Great fantasy read!
crystal smith
Jun 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing

I cant wait to read the last book. Hoping wizard leian survives his ordeal. Hope in away each woman can maintain their own.
Feb 21, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I think I am done with this series after only two books. This story picks up where the other left off and then, once again, ends abruptly. It jumps all over the place from character to character. It is hard to get any kind of timeline. The premise was intriguing - one person divided into three entities but by the end I was frustrated enough that I just don't care what happens. Knowing that there are currently 5 books in the series and it is still going isn't helping either. ...more
K.S. Wood
Aug 07, 2022 rated it liked it
Was okay

This book was not as engaging to me as the first one was. I pushed myself to finish it. The cliffhanger ending, as always, makes me annoyed. I would rather have books tie up their stories and the next one further the tale rather than leave it hanging.
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JJ Anders is the pseudonym used by the powerhouse writing duo of NY Times & USA Today bestselling author, Jill Sanders and her identical twin sister, Jody Luft. Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, these two talented ladies have merged their creative forces to craft an amazing new fantasy series that will leave you begging for more.

With over forty bestselling romance books and counting, Jill alone

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