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Sunday, October 5, 2014
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Fantasy Book Critic is proud to be a part of 'World of Weir' Blog Tour. Each tour stop, we explore some of the finer points of her hit series, all in preparation for the release of the final book in the series 'The Sorcerer Heir' (scheduled for release October 21, 2014).
Week 4 is about exploring The Enchanters. Not sure who they are? Let's explore that!
Who are the Enchanters?
Enchanters use mind magic to seduce and manipulate others.
While Enchanters are less powerful than Wizards, they are the most proficient with mind magic and have the ability to charm, influence, and create emotions, particularly passion, attraction, and love. Wizards often have difficulty identifying Enchanters even when Enchanters use their power, and thus Enchanters can deceive and influence Wizards if they can snare them before the Wizard puts up defenses to avoid manipulation. Enchanters can alter their appearance in order to be more appealing to others. Physical contact makes their powers stronger. The most powerful Enchanters can even influence or persuade a Wizard who is aware of their powers. Many Enchanters submit to a Wizard sponsor who protects them from other Wizards, at a cost. According to the Rules, Enchanters were created for the enjoyment and pleasure of Wizards. Enchanters are often associated with the color purple.
Learn more about this wonderful series by stopping by other blogs on the 'World of Weir' Blog Tour.
ABOUT “THE WORLD OF WEIR” BLOG TOUR
Those with magical powers in The Heir Chronicles series by Cinda Williams Chima are known as the Weir. The World of Weir blog tour leads up to the release of the can’t-miss series finale, The Sorcerer Heir (in-stores October 21st) by celebrating the magical fantasy world and the five types of magical guilds. Follow along for playlists, nail art, and more inspired by the series, plus exclusive excerpts from the upcoming finale.
WEEK 1: THE WARRIORS September 14 – September 20
WEEK 2: THE WIZARDS September 21 – September 27
WEEK 3: THE SEERS September 28 – October 4
WEEK 4: THE ENCHANTERS October 5 – October 11
WEEK 5: THE SORCERERS October 12 – October 18
ABOUT THE SORCERER HEIR
The can’t-miss finale to the beloved and bestselling Heir Chronicles series.
The delicate peace between Wizards and the underguilds (Warriors, Seers, Enchanters, and Sorcerers) still holds by the thinnest of threads, but powerful forces inside and outside the guilds threaten to sever it completely. Old friends and foes return as new threats arise in this stunning and revelatory conclusion to the beloved and bestselling Heir Chronicles series.
The Sorcerer’s Heir is a self-contained story, accessible to readers just discovering the Heir series, but loyal fans will be rewarded by visits from characters they love (and love to hate) from the earlier installments. Readers will be glued to their seats through riveting fight scenes, deadly political machinations, burgeoning romance, and the unfolding intrigues of a contemporary magical world.
ABOUT THE HEIR CHRONICLES
The Heir Chronicles series will keep readers glued to their seats through riveting fight scenes, deadly political machinations, burgeoning romance, and the unfolding intrigues of a contemporary magical world.
The Sorcerer’s Heir is a self-contained story accessible to readers just discovering the Heir series, but loyal fans will be rewarded by visits from beloved (and lovingly reviled) characters.
The Warrior Heir
The Wizard Heir
The Dragon Heir
The Enchanter Heir
The Sorcerer Heir
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