Warrior Witch

Warrior Witch

Book - 2016
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Cécile and the troll prince, Tristan, risk everything to save the inhabitants of the Isle and free the trolls from their king, but atonement for their past actions is the cost of their success.
Publisher: Nottingham, UK :, Angry Robot,, 2016
ISBN: 9780857664693
Branch Call Number: Y SF
Characteristics: 380 pages ; 20 cm


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Feb 23, 2017

Warrior Witch is the last book in Danielle L. Jensen’s Malediction Trilogy and it’s one of the best endings I’ve ever read! I can without a doubt give this book five stars. The writing is beautiful, with action-packed scenes and everything we could ever hope for in a final book. I won’t lie, the ending just about killed me but it was worth it. The characters were phenomenal and Jensen gives both her characters and her readers what we deserve: a riveting conclusion. If you haven’t heard of this series, the first book is called Stolen Songbird and it’s such a great fantasy series, 100% recommend.

Jul 20, 2016

Rating: 3.75/5

A whole boat load of stuff happened (which I'm not going to go into), and some things don't make a lot of sense to me (of course). But overall, I really liked the ending because it was a little unconventional. Most YAs end on that high note of HEA immediately after defeating evil. But here it was more than that, an "echo of a song" as Jensen claimed it, bittersweet but happy nonetheless. It was different, hurtful yet cleansing.

So, despite its flaws, I'm glad the series was able to bounce back for me. That is what I expected and what I got. In fact, I'm very, very tempted to go back and start this series anew.


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