Cinda Williams Chima Writing Styles in The Warrior Heir

Cinda Williams Chima
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The Warrior Heir by Cinda Williams Chima is primarily written in the first-person perspective from the viewpoint of the main character, Jackson (Jack) Swift. By selecting this point of view, the author delivers a stronger focus to the feelings and opinions of her main character, making it clear how he perceives the events as they unfold. Chima manages to reveal to the reader the intensity and confusion that Jack feels when his destiny becomes clear. The impact of Jack's lineage can be seen in all aspects of his life and can be traced to a single decision made shortly after he is born by Dr. Jessamine Longbranch who was tasked with saving his life. Instead of inserting a Wizards' crystal to save his life as a baby, she experiments by implanting a Warrior's stone instead. The consequences of her actions are far reaching, and life altering...

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