Warrior Path by Katie Pottle

warriorpathin 5 Stars|Goodreads|Amazon A fantastic sequel to the thrilling Cloud Shifters! I was SO excited to read this and feel so bad that it took me so long. Katie took a story line full of potential and ensured that it went beyond what we thought possible. This novel was not only exciting, but a clean YA that any teen could enjoy. Katie shines with her characters and shows her extensive talent in the weaving of this fantasy novel. The plot is strong and the development even better. With our favorite characters getting the chance to compete in the games, you KNOW things are bound to be entertaining. These high flying characters definitely took things to the next level with this read. Throw in the impending troubles and I was on my toes with what would come next. I don't want to give too much away. This novel was SO fun to read. We continue with the fantastic world building, as well as the diving into the story more. I love learning all the little perks about the characters and seeing them truly grow. SUCH a great way to enjoy a weekend. Great gift for the teen in your life!

Synopsis:

For the first time in the history of the Cloud Lands, the Qualifiers for the Calvarian Games are open to second year high school students. Cadin and vivacious friends plan to give it their all to earn a spot for their team in the coveted Warrior Path Games. The young angels have a great deal to learn in a short amount of time to keep up with the older, more experienced competitors. Once their wings emerge, Cadin, Sun, Lep, Bart and Gur-the young rock dragon take their training to the sky. The mysterious Tlalocs pose a looming threat to the Cloud Lands which plagues Cadin more than most. His journey to Air – a blue Aura cloud-land begins to reveal Cadin’s true inner strength. Is it enough to unit his team and take on his enemies? Journey back to Katie Pottle’s intricately created world that has delighted critics and readers alike.

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