The Warrior Heir Themes

Cinda Williams Chima
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Fighting For Supremacy

Jack was born a wizard without a crystal. He would have died as a baby had his Aunt Linda not stepped in and enlisted the aid of Dr. Jessamine Longbranch. Dr. Longbranch agrees to help, but unable to get a Wizard's crystal which is rare, she takes the liberty of implanting a Warrior's crystal instead. Her motives are not exactly altruistic, and her intention is not solely to save Jack's life. Longbranch wants to create a Warrior to replace the one she recently lost - and therefore happens to have a crystal from. She is seeking power and control over the magical artifacts that can only come from the successful outcome of the Game. Jessamine Longbranch underestimates the power of genetics and hundred of years of history. As a result, what she manages to create is not simply a Warrior, but a Wizard as well.

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