Authors We Love: Cinda Williams Chima

Cinda Williams Chima has written three amazing books that I have read and reread more times than I can count. These books are The Warrior Heir, The Wizard Heir, and The Dragon Heir.


Her first book, The Warrior Heir, tells about a teenage boy who learns about an underground society of magical guilds. There are wizards, warriors, soothsayers, sorcerers, and enchanters. This boy is a warrior who is put on a journey to the Game where warriors fight to the death for wizard’s enjoyment. The boy wants to put an end to it.

In her next book, The Wizard Heir, the story is of another boy, however this boy is a wizard. This story tells how he finds out he is very powerful, but is cursed with misfortune in his early life: he burns a barn down and his friends are killed by a psycho principal.

In the third book, The Dragon Heir, a boy named Jason finds magical objects in a cave in England, and brings them back to the sanctuary of Trinity, Ohio. Meanwhile, Madison Moss has some house problems and tries to solve the mystery on who is behind trying to get their house. Also, the guilds are trying to protect the sanctuary against a whole army of bad wizards.

Her books are very entertaining and I really wish that she would write more! Click in the box below if you want to post a comment about these books, similar books, or other books by Cinda Williams Chima.

-Kyle H., 7th grade

1 thought on “Authors We Love: Cinda Williams Chima

  1. I read these books a long time ago; so glad to see you loved them as much as I did. Exceptional review of the trilogy; it is very organized and well written. I really hope Chima continues to write as well, and heard that she is working on something of the current. Thanks for the great review; keep posting!
    -Fellow Blogger

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