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Read The Dragon Heir read free novels online from your Mobile, Pc. The Dragon Heir is a Fantasy novel by Cinda Williams Chima. About The Dragon Heir. The Dragon Heir is the third companion book to The Warrior Heir and The Wizard Heir. For centuries, wizards have avoided making war. The Dragon Heir by Cinda Williams Chima. CHAPTER ONE—RAVEN'S GHYLL. The wind shrieked down out of Scotland, over Solway Firth, and bullied its way.


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Some of her color had come back. A dying time. Still, Madison was old enough to wonder how a person who could foretell the future could run into so much bad luck. Madison liked sitting at the table in the front room, drinking sweet coffee with Min. The stripey cat lay purring in front of the fire.

Only one thing would make it better, if Min would only say yes. Reading the cards was a serious business, her grandmother always said, and not done for the entertainment of young girls.

But Min studied Madison a moment, her pale blue eyes glittering like moonstones, her capable hands wrapped around her mug of coffee, then nodded. It's time.

Fetch the cards from on top of the mantel. Min kept two decks of cards in a battered wooden box with a cross carved into the top. The box also held a leather pouch full of pebbles and little bones, but Madison had never seen Min use those.

Min handed her the thicker deck. Madison shuffled the cards awkwardly, cut them three times, and shuffled again.

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Her grandmother flipped them over, the cards slapping softly on the weathered wood of the table. Min studied the cards, pushed her glasses down on her nose, and studied them some more.

Madison leaned forward, squinting down at them. The center card in each row was a dragon with snaky eyes and a long, twisting tail, brilliant with color, glittering with gilt.

Abruptly, Min scooped them up and handed them back to Madison. Dragons again. Min frowned at them. Moved them about with the tips of her fingers.

Pulling the leather pouch from the box, she emptied it into her palm. Tossed the pebbles and bones down onto the table. Raked them up and threw them down, muttering to herself.

The color had left her face again. She extended her trembly hand toward Madison, then drew it back as if afraid to touch her.

Let's try something else. Madison shuffled the cards again and set them out in the familiar gypsy spread, three rows of seven cards in pairs. Past, present, and future. No dragons. Personally, Madison wasn't all that interested in the past or the present. But she had hopes for the future.

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She leaned forward eagerly as Min flipped the cards over one by one. Min whispered her reading, as if unsure of herself. In the next pair, the nine of spades lay over the queen of clubs. She was already old enough to know she didn't care much for the boys of Coal Grove.

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Min turned the face cards up. Two kings.

King of clubs and king of spades. Jack of diamonds. She flipped up the modifiers, stared at them a moment. Seemed like she didn't like what she was seeing. Min gripped both of Madison's hands, leaning in close, her blue eyes like windows to a younger Min enclosed in wrinkly skin.

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Ain't nothing good about him. People buzzed around young Brice like yellow jackets around lemonade. Do not mess with magic.

It's meant nothing but trouble for our family. Swear you won't truck with them. Aren't the cards magic? Synopsis[ edit ] The series begins with Jack, a teenager growing up in the small Ohio town of Trinity. His life seems largely uneventful until the day he neglects to take his daily medication.

Jack is surprised to find that there are several benefits to not taking his medication to be later known as Weirsbane , such as super strength and confidence. He decides to take advantage of this and try out for the soccer team, but almost kills a peer in the process.

It's at that point that Jack finds that he's part of a secret magic society and that he's considered to be part of the race of Weirlinds, the warrior clan of the magical world. He then gets drawn into an intricate and complex society ruled over by two houses, the Red Rose and the White Rose, that are constantly at odds with one another. Because of his Warrior status, Jack is wanted by both sides and encounters all sorts of problems involving capture by one of the Roses for entry in the Game, a contest with two warriors representing each Rose fighting to the death.

Jack's assistant principal who happens to be a wizard , Leander Hastings, trains Jack and wants him to join another group that he would enter. Jack's aunt Linda an enchanter doesn't want him to be in the Games at all and tries to protect him.

Jack, while all of this is going on, is distracted by Ellen, a girl he is attracted to.It got too intense for me in the middle and I had to take a break to catch my breath.

No side-effects, no consequences.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I don't really lnow what I was hoping for in the last installment of this trilogy, but what I got was the same, same, same not a bad thing.

I mean she lived on this mountain her whole life, couldn't she have even looked in obvious places like an old coal furnace? Here we are.

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