Heir of Illaria

Heir of Illaria

Dyan Chick / Jun 18, 2019

Heir of Illaria In Illaria there is a fate worse than death As long as I can remember I ve been taught to fear the Necromancer King He controls the kingdom of Illaria with dark sorcery and the constant threat of hi

  • Title: Heir of Illaria
  • Author: Dyan Chick
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  • Page: 453
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  • In Illaria, there is a fate worse than death.As long as I can remember, I ve been taught to fear the Necromancer King He controls the kingdom of Illaria with dark sorcery and the constant threat of his undead army I never thought I d have reason to cross his path Everything changed the day his guards tried to kill me That s when I found out my whole life has been a lieIn Illaria, there is a fate worse than death.As long as I can remember, I ve been taught to fear the Necromancer King He controls the kingdom of Illaria with dark sorcery and the constant threat of his undead army I never thought I d have reason to cross his path Everything changed the day his guards tried to kill me That s when I found out my whole life has been a lie By joining a resistance group called the White Ravens, I ve claimed new roles Princess of Illaria, sorceress in training, and threat to the Necromancer King.

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    1. English - Español I received this free eBook from Netgally in exchange for my honest opinion.Wilona has lived all her life with her grandmother in a small town. Her grandmother has taught her to fear the king and his guards, but one day she walks away in the forest and meets the king's guards, who after interrogating her let her go. When she arrives at her house she tells Grandma everything and Grandma decides that they must leave immediately. But it's too late, the guards are at their door. Th [...]


    2. Rating: 3.5 StarsIve become wary of review copies lately. I actually started reading less of them so I wouldnt go into a reading slump from reading so many mediocre books. I often love the summary but still find myself disapointed. Thankfully I didnt feel that way while reading this. Now that I look back on it I notice that it did have a couple issue but I still really enjoyed it.In Heir of Illaria we follow Wilona who joins up with a rebel group after shes forced to run from her home when the K [...]


    3. DNF for now.This might be a really amazing book . . . but I just cannot find any interest in it. Maybe it's too much like some other things I've read recently. So I'm going to set it aside and maybe try again later.


    4. Title: Heir of Illaria (Illaria #1)Author: Dyan ChickPublisher: Illaria Publishing, 2017 (Jan 23)Genre: YA Fantasy**I received a copy of the ARC free from the author in exchange for an honest review**This review can be found on my Blog, TeacherofYA's Tumblr, or my  pageMy Review:First things first BEAUTIFUL IS THIS COVER?? I'm in love! And I'm not surprised that this book called to meis cover shouts, "Look at me! Read me!"So I did.And it was good. So good. But that doesn't tell you much, do [...]


    5. This one is a hard one to review. For the majority of this novel, I was bored. Very, very, bored. There was a lot of stuff going on and it was a non-stop adventure yet at the same time, the story was just not holding my interest. It almost felt like there was TOO much going on within the storyline with the main character's background/identity and all of these discoveries were happening in such a short period of time. It was hard to get a grasp on each new development because shortly after, somet [...]


    6. I absolutely loved this book! It was everything you can ask for in a fantasy young adult novel! It's medieval times with sorcerers and a girl who never knew she was royalty but was thrown into it. There's romance, battles and suspense. I will definitely be reading the rest of this series!Wilona is 17 years old living in a small village. She has been raised by her grandmother and never really had any friends. She's been sheltered her whole life. She helped her grandmother with her job as a seamst [...]


    7. Same Review Also Posted In My Blog: Dreamy AddictionsHeir of Illaria is an entertaining YA fantasy read with an interesting plot and unique setting! Although I enjoyed reading this book, I wasn’t completely satisfied with it because of few issues. This is a clear case of it’s not you, it’s me. I didn’t put high expectations on this book but I was very intrigued when I read the premise of it. The characters are good but I was disappointed with how the romance was executed. Some parts of t [...]


    8. Království plné magie. Král nekromant, uchvatitel trůnu. A jedna ztracená královská dědička, která si jde pro to, co jí právem patří. Wilona žije ve vesnici se svou babičkou, dokud ji jednoho dne nenapadnou strážci samotného krále Nekromanta. Najednou ji všichni touží zabít a pronásledují ji. Smrt má doslova v zádech, když na ni král pošle své probuzené mrtvé. Naštěstí se setká s příslušníky odboje, kteří jí prozradí, že je dědičkou trůnu. Jak s [...]


    9. DNF. I received a free copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Rating: 1I kept trying to get into this, but just couldn't. The premise seemed interesting and thought it might be on par with the Tearling series, but my God the writing killed me! So over simplified and the dialogue was cringe-worthily awkward. I just can't with these books that are eye-roll inducing when there are SO MANY well written, entertaining books out there instead and only so many hours in the day. Here's wha [...]


    10. Thank you to Netgalley for providing me this ARC in return for my honest review.This book was honestly fantastic! I read it in one sitting and couldn't put it down. I will be reading the rest of the series and the prequel as well sometime in the future.Read my full spoiler-free review here: gracelingaccountantblog.wordpLikes:--> Etta. Her whole character is just amazingly well-written. I liked that she wasn’t just auto-ready to rule an entire country. A lot of YA will do that secret princes [...]


    11. I really, really wanted to like this one but it fell short for me. The story had a lot of promise but there were some issues I had with the editing and they kept pulling me out of the story. The pacing was also a pain point for me as there were parts that dragged for me and other parts where I felt like I missed something. I did like the characters and thought between the king, the White Ravens, and Wilona, there is a great story here. I might check out the next book just to see what happens nex [...]


    12. I received this book as an ARC in exchange for my reviewHeir of Illaria is a good example of a YA fantasy story that is written well for its intended audience. The characters, especially Wilona/Etta, are easy to relate to and full of life. The plot is similar to that of many fantasy books in that a seemingly simple girl discovers a past hidden from her and goes on to discover her true potential with the help of many new friends. However, it is appropriately geared to the YA group because it does [...]



    13. I received a copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Heir of Illaria is a book I came across on Netgally that stood out to me because of the cover, hello gorgeous, and the mention of a necromancer king in the synopsis. If you don’t know this about me. Necromancing is a thing I find highly interesting but don’t come across too often. So that was an instant need to read for me. Unfortunately the book didn’t quite live up to the expected darkness. T [...]


    14. *Copy of this book provided by net galley in exchange for an honest review.*Maybe one of the worst book I read this year. I hate everything, the setting, the characters, the plot who look like the first draft of a book I really can't stand the main character who didn't do anything during all the book, she simply watch things happens to her for forget of them few lines later. I'm sorry but I really can't say anything of good about this Maybe with lot of work and a total rewritten it could improve [...]


    15. I was so excited to read Heir of Illaria and the verdict is it was decent, but no more than that. I put way too much stock in the premise of this book. Queens!! necromancy!! Magic!! Alas, the writing hit me rather flat. I admit I DNFed it a while back, but decided to give it another try. It wasn't amazing but definitely not DNF worthy. It's hard for me to pin point exactly what it was for me that didn't do it. The writingwasn'tterrible, the charactersweren'tannoying, yet somehow, it all still fe [...]


    16. I received this ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.Heir of Illaria is a magical beginning to a long fantasy series, and I look forward to seeing how the plot and characters develop.Full review to be posted on thebookshelfclub


    17. I received this book as an ARC in exchange for my review. I thought that Heir of Illaria was a wonderful book. A story is woven about a young woman who goes from insignificant country life to finding out she is a princess who was hidden away from the evil king who took over her father’s kingdom. The pace is wonderful to keep the book moving as she joins a band of rebels and struggles with who to trust as she trains to control her newly discovered magic. I also thought the characters were devel [...]


    18. This book was something I got to read because of an advanced reader copy, and I'm really glad I had the opportunity. This is a good book and is definitely worth reading. The plot is interesting, and once I got about 50 pages in, it was hard to put down, which is always something good when it comes to reading.


    19. First off, What a wonderful way to truly start a writing career! The book has a wonderful character development and such an intensity that cannot be explained other than to say that it had me reading through all hours of the night! I am honored to have been able to read by means of the ARC program.


    20. Review also on Christina Reads and BlogsRating: 3.5Holy moley, this book jumps into the action in the first few pages. On one hand it took me a while to get an idea of the setting and the main character with so much happening all at once. On the other side, I was immediately intrigued by this book and wanted to know who she was, why the guards came after her, everything. Wilona lives in a village with her grandmother. One day, her home is attacked by the King's guards, but she is saved by Saffro [...]


    21. thebewitchedreader.p*The publisher provided this book in exchange for an honest review through NetGalley.*What fate could be worse than death? In Illaria, the Necromancer King takes over the bodies of his dead enemies, forcing them to slavery. This is a kind of dark sorcery, fitting to his cruel and dark personality.Wilona has lived her whole life with her seamstress grandmother in a small town, never suspecting that her fate was far greater than she could have ever imagined. One day, the king's [...]


    22. I received a digital copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest and voluntary reviewRating: 3 starsHeir of Illaria is everything you can expect from a YA fantasy book. In a new, unique fantasy world, our female protagonist has always lived her life as a normal villager until a certain event. She turns into this special snowflake and has to save the world. Oh, and of course a love interest appears as well. We can't forget the romance. I personally am a sucker for clicheness (somet [...]


    23. A stunning must read a book series. I am a grown woman and I really think there is a niche missing with books. This is technically a YA book. Don't let that fool you aside from the snippets of new love there is a real meat and bones story here. One that can't be missed. The only part of the book that was subpar to me was the budding romance of our heroine. Typical and, for me, it was like the author took off running through hot coals to get it started is not worth downgrading the book it's just [...]


    24. Well I usually will read anything tha t has to do with necromancy but this sort of fell short for me. It just wasn't scary or twisted enough and some times I was completely lost as to what was going on. It has the potential to be an amazing book, it just needs a few tweaks.


    25. Number of pages: 265Number of times read (including the time before this review): 1Rating (out of five stars): 1Release date: January 23rd 2017*Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing a copy in exchange for a review. My opinions are honest and my own.I’ve become incredibly sceptical of ARCs, especially fantasy ones. With Heir of Illaria, the synopsis is so incredibly vague that I had no idea what to expect, but I knew by the end of chapter 1 it wasn’t going to be good.The auth [...]


    26. Heir of Illaria is the first in its series. It's about Wilona, who is a hidden princess, with the ability to perform magic - I love magic and Stephanie's review, was what drew me to this book.The book had it's twist and turns, but I especially loved how strong Wilona was portrayed, despite all she's being through, she did not cave under the pressure. From how she dealt with the drastic changes in her life right from the beginning of the book and fighting for what is right, I feel the story will [...]


    27. A compelling young adult read! I appreciated the strength of the young female protagonist. Hints of Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, and Lord of the Rings. I can't wait for the next book in the series!


    28. I tried. I really did try to get through this book but I couldn't.I would sit down to read it but then I'd find I had set it down to browse pinterest, instagram or another site.I was Procrastinating.Procrastinating over reading a bookat's a first for me.The writing is basic; 'she did this, she said that.' which is fine for a rough draft. There is no excitement even in that action scenes. It is all so predictable.The worst part that made me had to stop, to not even want to continue the story was [...]


    29. Review: Heir of Illaria (Illaria #1) by Dyan Chick*The publisher provided this book in exchange for an honest review through NetGalley.*What fate could be worse than death? In Illaria, the Necromancer King takes over the bodies of his dead enemies, forcing them to slavery. This is a kind of dark sorcery, fitting to his cruel and dark personality.Wilona has lived her whole life with her seamstress grandmother in a small town, never suspecting that her fate was far greater than she could have ever [...]


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