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Book Review: The Mage Heir

Exiled from Chayd and pursued by Runon, Tatsu’s life twists into something unrecognizable when he escapes with Yudai into the mountains. Despite the growing danger trailing them, the biggest threat lies within Yudai and his voracious magic, a force spiraling outside his control. Their only hope is to head into Joesar in search of a way to contain the magic.
But Joesar’s desert holds perils of its own, and the only answers Tatsu and Yudai find lead them farther into storms. Friend and foe blur until impossible to tell apart, and all the while, the unchecked siphon devours any energy it can find. If Yudai can’t fix what the Runonian mages broke, the siphon could swallow the world, and Tatsu will watch the horror unfold.
No matter how tightly Tatsu’s heart is tied to Yudai’s, and after everything they have sacrificed for freedom, the past might catch up with them, murky and muddled, betrayal lying in Tatsu’s traitorous bloodline.

I received a digital advanced reader copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

I enjoyed this quite a lot. One of my favorite things about this series is the intricate world building. It was so well thought out and planned. Every character strikes deep emotions in you.. And by everyone, I mean every single one. 

This story is so much like the first one, it is bursting with magic and adventure. The pace is just right and keeps you pulled into every page. I love stories like this because I can never put them down. This book is just simply addicting. The characters are lovable and easy to connect with. I found myself rooting for all of them.

The story is heavy, but completely full of adventure. It wasn’t confusing at all and the history was so well put together. 

Thank you to the author, the publisher, and NetGalley for allowing me to review this title. 

Image and synopsis taken from NetGalley.

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