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Warrior of the Wild

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 honor, she must kill the oppressive god who claims tribute from the villages each yearor die trying....

Title : Warrior of the Wild
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ISBN : 9781250189943
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 329 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Warrior of the Wild Reviews

  • Nick


    Say no more.

  • Adah Udechukwu

    Warrior of the Wild was pretty awesome. It was a quick read that showed that they might be challenges that seem insurmountable but when you effectively exert yourself you will succeed.

  • Jessica

    "A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful woman is no man at all." -Warrior of the Wild (PREACH, TRICIA!)

    I have loved Levenseller's two previous books (Daughter of the Pirate King and Daughter of the Siren Queen) and was eagerly anticipating her third on a wholly new fantasy topic. Warrior of the Wild features a strong woman warrior protagonist who is up against seemingly impossible odds. The novel gallops at breakneck speed toward its epic conclusion and includes a soft twist of

  • Melissa H

    I literally read this entire book in one sitting, only getting up to grab more snacks!

    This story is about a young girl who is to go through the trials for her to become a warrior and an adult in her village. Needless to say, she does not pass. She is to be banished from her home and family; and in order to regain her honor she must defeat the god who has plagued the villages for centuries by killing him.

    These tests are given to every person who does not pass their trials in each village. When

  • warhawke

    Genre: YA Fantasy

    Type: Standalone

    POV: First Person - Female


    Rasmira Bendrauggo longed to be normal and unburdened by expectations. As the daughter and heiress apparent of the village leader, she was expected to excel in her upcoming Trials. But what supposed to be an easy victory turned into a fight for survival in the harsh land of the Wild.

    I also know that true strength comes from being willing to fail in order to progress. That—if nothing else—is what I have learned from my mattugr

  • Sabrina

    VIKINGS + ROMANCE, that’s all I had to know to want to read this book.

    And I’m so happy that I did. I thoughtfully enjoyed this one.

    ”I realize then that even if I don’t have any answers, even if I don’t know where to go or what to do, I now know one thing.

    I don’t want to die.”

    3.5/5 ★.

  • Tracy (Cornerfolds)

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    Tricia Levenseller is an author I have heard a ton about but never read before now. Although pirates never really struck my interest, this Viking-inspired book most definitely did! I was intrigued by this female character being tasked to kill the god and couldn't wait to get my hands on this beautiful book!

    Rasmira has spent her entire life preparing to lead her village as her father's heir. She's a warrior-in-training and just needs to pass her final tr

  • Lauren Chamberlin


    I think this is the final nail in the coffin in that I am not a fan of Tricia's writing style. It just takes me forever to sort through it, and I never seem to build any connections with the characters.

    Rasmira is going through a lot throughout this story and in her life. Her village and others around them are governed by this malevolent god who takes whatever he wants whether thats through crops, minerals, or women, and people are filled with fear. Rasmira stumbles upon this and is forever sc