Review – Warrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller

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March 31, 2019 by ceresbooksworld


Warrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller


Publisher : Feiwel & Friends

Publication date : February 26th, 2019

Source : Hardcover

Rating : Evil Love




How do you kill a god?

As her father’s chosen heir, eighteen-year-old Rasmira has trained her whole life to become a warrior and lead her village. But when her coming-of-age trial is sabotaged and she fails the test, her father banishes her to the monster-filled wilderness with an impossible quest: to win back her honour, she must kill the oppressive god who claims tribute from the villages each year or die trying.


Rasmira wants to become a warrior, she’s the pride of her father and she will be the next leader of the village, if she passes her tests. Unfortunately, she’s betrayed and will be expelled from the village with the mission of returning only when she has killed the God who oppresses them.

Alone in the wilderness, with animals she knows and others she doesn’t know, she was sent here to die because her mission is impossible. She will nevertheless meet two excluded young people like herself, Iric and Soren. They will have to help each other to survive.

I loved Rasmira, she’s an excellent warrior, a little pretentious because she’s the best but the fact of being excluded will bring her down to earth. In the wild, surviving alone is complicated and she will need the help of Soren and Iric. Rasmira is smart, she has trouble trusting Soren and Iric but that makes sense after what happened.

Iric is adorable, he has a pig’s character but I really liked this character.

Soren is a bright, kind young man and the guilt he feels towards Iric is sometimes confusing even though I understand that he feels guilty.

I loved the meeting between Rasmira and the boys, it was an emotional moment and I really loved everything in this book. The characters are endearing, they mature as the book progresses and they learn to become adults.

I hated some people and understood others, but I’ll let you discover which ones.

In any case, Tricia Levenseller has done a masterful job with this book. I’m charmed by her writing style and I really want to read her two other books that have been in my TBR for a while.

Quick word: A great, exciting and perfect story.


Rasmira veut devenir une guerrière, elle fait la fierté de son père et elle sera la prochaine dirigeante du village, enfin si elle réussit ses épreuves. Malheureusement, elle est trahie et se fera expulser du village avec pour mission de revenir uniquement lorsqu’elle aura tué le Dieu qui les oppresse.

Seule dans la nature sauvage, avec des bêtes qu’elle connait et d’autres qu’elle ne connait pas, elle a été envoyée ici pour mourir car sa mission est impossible. Elle rencontrera malgré tout, deux jeunes exclus comme elle, Iric et Soren. Ils devront s’entraider pour survivre.

J’ai adoré Rasmira, c’est une excellente guerrière, un peu prétentieuse car c’est la meilleure mais le fait d’être exclue va lui ramener les pieds sur terre. Dans la nature, survivre seule est compliqué et elle aura besoin de l’aide de Soren et Iric. Rasmira est intelligente, elle a du mal à faire confiance à Soren et Iric mais cela se comprends après ce qu’il s’est passé.

Iric est adorable, il a un caractère de cochon mais j’ai vraiment beaucoup aimé ce personnage.

Soren est un jeune brillant, gentil et la culpabilité qu’il ressent envers Iric est parfois déroutante même si je comprends qu’il se sente coupable.

J’ai adoré la rencontre entre Rasmira et garçons, c’était un moment fort en émotions et j’ai vraiment tout aimé dans ce livre. Les personnages sont attachants, ils murissent au fil du livre et ils apprennent à devenir adultes.

J’ai détesté certaines personnes et j’en ai comprises d’autres mais je vous laisserais découvrir lesquels.

En tout cas Tricia Levenseller a réussi un coup de maitre avec ce livre. Je suis sous la charme de son style d’écriture et j’ai très envie de lire ses deux autres livres qui sont dans ma PAL depuis un moment.

En bref : Une histoire géniale, palpitante et parfaite.

About the author

Initially from a small town in Oregon, Tricia now lives next to the Rocky Mountains with her bossy dog, Rosy. She received her degree in English Language and editing and is thrilled that she never has to read a textbook again. When she’s not writing or reading, Tricia enjoys putting together jigsaw puzzles, playing volleyball, playing OVERWATCH, and watching shows while eating extra-buttered popcorn.


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