Warrior of the Wild

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 f How do you kill a god? As her father's chosen heir, eighteen-year-old Rasmira has trained her whole life to become...

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Title:Warrior of the Wild
Author:Tricia Levenseller
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:Warrior of the Wild
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:329 pages pages

Warrior of the Wild Reviews

  • Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔
    Jul 19, 2017

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

  • Jodi Meadows
    Feb 04, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

  • ʙᴇʟʟᴀ.: ☾**:.☆*.:。.
    Mar 05, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

    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. ...

    2.5 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 vil...

    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 a...

    VIKINGS that?s all I had to know to want to read this book. ...

    Very simple and straightforward. This would probably be a good pick for that tough to source 11-14 year old age group. It is a fairly unchallenging read but has some good messages about not letting other people define you. A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful wom...

    The main character Rasmira and the two side characters Soren and Iric had distinct and well developped personalities. After Rasmira was betrayed I couldn't help, but become invested in her getting justice which made me feel connected to her. Her realisation that expressing emotions had...

    I've been cast out and rejected by my village. I've been sleeping on the ground in the wild. I have a ridiculous boy following me everywhere I go. But I am a warrior! I am Rasmira Bendraggo, and I'm going to kill this beast. Wow, this was a pleasant surprise. Rasmira has spend ...

    "A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful woman is no man at all." Warrior of the Wild presents us eighteen-year-old Rasmira, a girl that has trained her whole life to become a warrior and lead her village in a fictional world inspired in Vikings but with its own m...

  • Chelsea
    Jan 06, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

  • Tracy (Cornerfolds)
    Nov 27, 2018

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

    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. ...

    2.5 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 vil...

    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 a...

    VIKINGS that?s all I had to know to want to read this book. ...

    Very simple and straightforward. This would probably be a good pick for that tough to source 11-14 year old age group. It is a fairly unchallenging read but has some good messages about not letting other people define you. A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful wom...

    The main character Rasmira and the two side characters Soren and Iric had distinct and well developped personalities. After Rasmira was betrayed I couldn't help, but become invested in her getting justice which made me feel connected to her. Her realisation that expressing emotions had...

    I've been cast out and rejected by my village. I've been sleeping on the ground in the wild. I have a ridiculous boy following me everywhere I go. But I am a warrior! I am Rasmira Bendraggo, and I'm going to kill this beast. Wow, this was a pleasant surprise. Rasmira has spend ...

    "A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful woman is no man at all." Warrior of the Wild presents us eighteen-year-old Rasmira, a girl that has trained her whole life to become a warrior and lead her village in a fictional world inspired in Vikings but with its own m...

    I feel similarly towards this as I did Daughter of the Pirate King in the sense that I can very much see the flaws that should've ruined my reading experience, yet nonetheless, I enjoyed it. Tricia Levenseller has now become an author whom I trust in a similar way I trust Marie Lu a...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! 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 k...

  • Joleen (starlightbooktales)
    Sep 26, 2018

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

  • Roobie
    Mar 01, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

  • Shannon (It Starts At Midnight)
    Feb 24, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

  • Jessica
    Dec 31, 2018

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

  • Diana
    Mar 05, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

    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. ...

    2.5 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 vil...

    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 a...

    VIKINGS that?s all I had to know to want to read this book. ...

    Very simple and straightforward. This would probably be a good pick for that tough to source 11-14 year old age group. It is a fairly unchallenging read but has some good messages about not letting other people define you. A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful wom...

    The main character Rasmira and the two side characters Soren and Iric had distinct and well developped personalities. After Rasmira was betrayed I couldn't help, but become invested in her getting justice which made me feel connected to her. Her realisation that expressing emotions had...

    I've been cast out and rejected by my village. I've been sleeping on the ground in the wild. I have a ridiculous boy following me everywhere I go. But I am a warrior! I am Rasmira Bendraggo, and I'm going to kill this beast. Wow, this was a pleasant surprise. Rasmira has spend ...

    "A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful woman is no man at all." Warrior of the Wild presents us eighteen-year-old Rasmira, a girl that has trained her whole life to become a warrior and lead her village in a fictional world inspired in Vikings but with its own m...

    I feel similarly towards this as I did Daughter of the Pirate King in the sense that I can very much see the flaws that should've ruined my reading experience, yet nonetheless, I enjoyed it. Tricia Levenseller has now become an author whom I trust in a similar way I trust Marie Lu a...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! 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 k...

    DNF at 4% because this is Daughter of the Pirate King with fantasy Vikings...but if we're in a Viking-inspired era, why are there glass windows? Glass windows that weren't commonly used until England in the early 1600s? Beyond that, I disliked this book almost immediately. The mai...

    "A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful woman is no man at all." I had SO much fun reading this book! It was a beautiful viking story, full of adventure, friendship and a romance that had me swooning the whole time?If you're looking for a quick fantasy read, I a...

    It's an easy read, entertaining if you don't look at some things too closely, but it is not a book that I would feel compelled to re-read, honestly. I thought the trauma Rasmira experienced at the hands of Torrin was sometimes blown out of proportion, and while the characters were nic...

  • Ann (annreads)
    Mar 19, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

    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. ...

    2.5 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 vil...

    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 a...

    VIKINGS that?s all I had to know to want to read this book. ...

    Very simple and straightforward. This would probably be a good pick for that tough to source 11-14 year old age group. It is a fairly unchallenging read but has some good messages about not letting other people define you. A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful wom...

    The main character Rasmira and the two side characters Soren and Iric had distinct and well developped personalities. After Rasmira was betrayed I couldn't help, but become invested in her getting justice which made me feel connected to her. Her realisation that expressing emotions had...

    I've been cast out and rejected by my village. I've been sleeping on the ground in the wild. I have a ridiculous boy following me everywhere I go. But I am a warrior! I am Rasmira Bendraggo, and I'm going to kill this beast. Wow, this was a pleasant surprise. Rasmira has spend ...

    "A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful woman is no man at all." Warrior of the Wild presents us eighteen-year-old Rasmira, a girl that has trained her whole life to become a warrior and lead her village in a fictional world inspired in Vikings but with its own m...

    I feel similarly towards this as I did Daughter of the Pirate King in the sense that I can very much see the flaws that should've ruined my reading experience, yet nonetheless, I enjoyed it. Tricia Levenseller has now become an author whom I trust in a similar way I trust Marie Lu a...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! 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 k...

    DNF at 4% because this is Daughter of the Pirate King with fantasy Vikings...but if we're in a Viking-inspired era, why are there glass windows? Glass windows that weren't commonly used until England in the early 1600s? Beyond that, I disliked this book almost immediately. The mai...

    "A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful woman is no man at all." I had SO much fun reading this book! It was a beautiful viking story, full of adventure, friendship and a romance that had me swooning the whole time?If you're looking for a quick fantasy read, I a...

  • Rachel Reads Ravenously
    Apr 06, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

  • Justine
    Apr 10, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

    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. ...

    2.5 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 vil...

    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 a...

    VIKINGS that?s all I had to know to want to read this book. ...

    Very simple and straightforward. This would probably be a good pick for that tough to source 11-14 year old age group. It is a fairly unchallenging read but has some good messages about not letting other people define you. A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful wom...

  • milou  ☁️
    Jan 31, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

    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. ...

    2.5 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 vil...

    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 a...

    VIKINGS that?s all I had to know to want to read this book. ...

    Very simple and straightforward. This would probably be a good pick for that tough to source 11-14 year old age group. It is a fairly unchallenging read but has some good messages about not letting other people define you. A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful wom...

    The main character Rasmira and the two side characters Soren and Iric had distinct and well developped personalities. After Rasmira was betrayed I couldn't help, but become invested in her getting justice which made me feel connected to her. Her realisation that expressing emotions had...

    I've been cast out and rejected by my village. I've been sleeping on the ground in the wild. I have a ridiculous boy following me everywhere I go. But I am a warrior! I am Rasmira Bendraggo, and I'm going to kill this beast. Wow, this was a pleasant surprise. Rasmira has spend ...

  • Hailey (Hailey in Bookland)
    Mar 14, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

  • Adah Udechukwu
    Mar 03, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

    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. ...

  • warhawke
    Mar 17, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

  • Brittany
    Jan 09, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

  • Nick
    Jan 30, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

  • Bright Star
    Mar 04, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

  • Tricia Levenseller
    Jul 20, 2018

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

  • Melanie (TBR and Beyond)
    Feb 07, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

  • Lauren Chamberlin
    Dec 19, 2018

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

    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. ...

    2.5 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 vil...

  • Minni Mouse
    Mar 07, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

    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. ...

    2.5 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 vil...

    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 a...

    VIKINGS that?s all I had to know to want to read this book. ...

    Very simple and straightforward. This would probably be a good pick for that tough to source 11-14 year old age group. It is a fairly unchallenging read but has some good messages about not letting other people define you. A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful wom...

    The main character Rasmira and the two side characters Soren and Iric had distinct and well developped personalities. After Rasmira was betrayed I couldn't help, but become invested in her getting justice which made me feel connected to her. Her realisation that expressing emotions had...

    I've been cast out and rejected by my village. I've been sleeping on the ground in the wild. I have a ridiculous boy following me everywhere I go. But I am a warrior! I am Rasmira Bendraggo, and I'm going to kill this beast. Wow, this was a pleasant surprise. Rasmira has spend ...

    "A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful woman is no man at all." Warrior of the Wild presents us eighteen-year-old Rasmira, a girl that has trained her whole life to become a warrior and lead her village in a fictional world inspired in Vikings but with its own m...

    I feel similarly towards this as I did Daughter of the Pirate King in the sense that I can very much see the flaws that should've ruined my reading experience, yet nonetheless, I enjoyed it. Tricia Levenseller has now become an author whom I trust in a similar way I trust Marie Lu a...

    Read more of my reviews at Cornerfolds.com! 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 k...

    DNF at 4% because this is Daughter of the Pirate King with fantasy Vikings...but if we're in a Viking-inspired era, why are there glass windows? Glass windows that weren't commonly used until England in the early 1600s? Beyond that, I disliked this book almost immediately. The mai...

  • Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink
    Jan 12, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

  • Melissa H
    Apr 11, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

    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. ...

    2.5 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 vil...

    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 a...

  • Sabrina The Trash Queen
    Jan 22, 2018

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

    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. ...

    2.5 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 vil...

    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 a...

    VIKINGS that?s all I had to know to want to read this book. ...

  • Frank
    Jan 02, 2018

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

    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. ...

    2.5 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 vil...

    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 a...

    VIKINGS that?s all I had to know to want to read this book. ...

    Very simple and straightforward. This would probably be a good pick for that tough to source 11-14 year old age group. It is a fairly unchallenging read but has some good messages about not letting other people define you. A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful wom...

    The main character Rasmira and the two side characters Soren and Iric had distinct and well developped personalities. After Rasmira was betrayed I couldn't help, but become invested in her getting justice which made me feel connected to her. Her realisation that expressing emotions had...

    I've been cast out and rejected by my village. I've been sleeping on the ground in the wild. I have a ridiculous boy following me everywhere I go. But I am a warrior! I am Rasmira Bendraggo, and I'm going to kill this beast. Wow, this was a pleasant surprise. Rasmira has spend ...

    "A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful woman is no man at all." Warrior of the Wild presents us eighteen-year-old Rasmira, a girl that has trained her whole life to become a warrior and lead her village in a fictional world inspired in Vikings but with its own m...

    I feel similarly towards this as I did Daughter of the Pirate King in the sense that I can very much see the flaws that should've ruined my reading experience, yet nonetheless, I enjoyed it. Tricia Levenseller has now become an author whom I trust in a similar way I trust Marie Lu a...

  • Kayla Dawn
    Mar 14, 2019

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

  • Crazy4Books
    Jan 05, 2018

    I have officially finished the last edits for this book! I?m very proud of how it turned out, and I?d like to clarify a few things. First, this book is Viking-INSPIRED. It is not straight up Viking. For the most part, the world building is entirely made up, but you will see some Vi...

    3.5/3.75* Video review - https://youtu.be/zoBNGM4nViQ?t=70 ...

    Maybe I should just stop reading YA. They're all the fucking same (Obviously not ALL of them. But most of them). Loads of potential, all wasted on an unnecessary, forced romance and an annoying extremely basic protagonist. Ugh. ...

    Vikings? Say no more. ...

    "Each scar marks me as a survivor. A Warrior of the Wild." Tricia Levenseller knocks it out of the part for me again. I just adore her writing and her strong, intelligent female characters. She also has her banter game on-point. It's not secret that I'm a huge fan of Tr...

    4 Viking inspired stars! Warrior of the Wild is about Rasmina, a young warrior girl who is sabotaged during her village's test and banished to the wild with an impossible task: kill the local god they pay tribute to and she can come back. While banished Rasmina meets two boys who ...

    4 stars!! ???? From the author who brought us Daughter of the Pirate King- Warrior of the Wild has a well thought out plot and non-stop action from the very first page. With twists and turns, almost from the very start, I could not help but be captivated by this Vikin...

    Loved it! ...

    Hi all! Want to win an ARC? I'm doing a giveaway on my Twitter! Click here to enter! ...

    COVER REVEAL!!! And I love it =D --- Now reading the posted synopsis and I just have to say, Vikings!!? Hell yes! --- Loved the author's debut! I am excited to read more of her work. ...

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight Welcome to my stop on the tour forWarrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller! Today I have a moodboard to share with you, but I also wanted to give you a very short recap a...

    ?2 stars? You may know what is best for you, but you have no right to say what is best for someone else. I spent most of the book being annoyed at the main characters. I found them childish and I couldn't connect with them at all. Which is sad because I was looking forward ...

    4.5 Stars Warrior of the Wild was an inspiring adventure that I didn?t know I needed! From the first page, I was immersed into the beautiful world that Tricia Levenseller created and I had the most difficult time putting the book down. This book centers around Rasmira, a young ...

    "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 ne...

    I really liked this take on Vikings. It?s definitely not a ?Viking story? it?s just heavily influenced by Norse mythology and culture. But I do love me a good badass female protagonist, which is what Raz is. For being such a short standalone, there?s some good character growt...

    This book was so shallow and predictable and with flat characters, that I almost fell asleep while reading it. To think I loooved Daughter of the Pirate King while this one was a huge flop. What a disappointment. ...

    Genre: YA Fantasy Type: Standalone POV: First Person - Female Rating: 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 b...

    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. ...

    2.5 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 vil...

    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 a...

    VIKINGS that?s all I had to know to want to read this book. ...

    Very simple and straightforward. This would probably be a good pick for that tough to source 11-14 year old age group. It is a fairly unchallenging read but has some good messages about not letting other people define you. A man who finds his masculinity threatened by a powerful wom...

    The main character Rasmira and the two side characters Soren and Iric had distinct and well developped personalities. After Rasmira was betrayed I couldn't help, but become invested in her getting justice which made me feel connected to her. Her realisation that expressing emotions had...