By Tricia Levenseller
A young trainee warrior fails her test to become the first female Warrior in her tribe. She is banished to the wilds to complete an impossible task. She learns about herself, the wild and the truth about the evil god.
This book is so simple yet so good. I highly enjoy Tricia Levenseller’s works, mainly for their straightforward, easy prose. I read this book in a day, same as her 3 previous works, and loved every second of it.
There’s no heavy plot points or twist and turns that wrench the heart and make your eyes leak (ahem, looking at S.J.Maas right now). Sometimes you just need a nice easy book to get you through a book slump and Tricia Levenseller sells it every single time!
If you’re looking for a heavy, in-depth fantasy book with too many characters and side plots, this is not the book for you. Levenseller has a unique way of writing beautiful story’s without all the drama of full-blown betrayals, twist and turns that hurt your head or characters that you’re not sure whether to trust…
She can work character growth through simple, yet eloquent sentences and make you fall in love with characters without them having an amazing, all out turn-around character arc.
She traditionally writes about strong female protagonists, and Warrior of the Wild is no exception. Rasmira, daughter of the Chief, is a strong warrior and has her own sense of right and wrong, her fall from grace and her banishment from the tribe leads her on a journey of self-discovery. Where she grows stronger both in physique and in mentality. Although I find Rasmira hard to relate to, I find her refreshing and an easy character to like and want to read about.
Other books from Levenseller include:
- Daughter of the Pirate King
- Daughter of the Siren Queen
- The Shadows Between Us
If you enjoy Warrior of the Wild, I promise you’ll enjoy all her other works too!