Warrior Witch: Malediction Trilogy Book Three by Danielle L. JensenWarrior Witch: Malediction Trilogy Book Three by Danielle L. Jensen

Warrior Witch: Malediction Trilogy Book Three

byDanielle L. Jensen

Paperback | May 3, 2016

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Sometimes, one must become the unimaginable…

Cécile and Tristan have accomplished the impossible, but their greatest challenge remains: defeating the evil that they have unleashed upon the world.

As they scramble for a way to protect the people of the Isle and liberate the trolls from their tyrant king, Cécile and Tristan must battle those who’d see them dead. To win, they will risk everything… and everyone. But it might not be enough. Both Cécile and Tristan have debts, and they will be forced to pay them at a cost far greater than they had ever imagined.

Everything is at stake, in the heart-stopping conclusion to the acclaimed Malediction Trilogy.
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Danielle L Jensen was born and raised in Calgary, Canada. At the insistence of the left side of her brain, she graduated in 2003 from the University of Calgary with a bachelor's degree in finance. But the right side of her brain has ever been mutinous; and in 2010, it sent her back to school to complete an entirely impractical English ...
Title:Warrior Witch: Malediction Trilogy Book ThreeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 7.8 × 5.2 × 1 inPublished:May 3, 2016Publisher:Watkins MediaLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0857664697

ISBN - 13:9780857664693


Rated 2 out of 5 by from Dull, but alright Overall, this book was dull. There was very little chemistry between Tristan and Cecile, as many other reviewers have noted. The pacing was uneven, being very fast in the beginning, and incredibly slow in others. This book left many of us wondering what had us rooting for this couple in the first place. We barely see the two together in this book, and when they are they are almost always fighting, and Cecile always blaming Tristan for her own actions. The pacing was uneven, being very fast in the beginning, and incredibly slow in others. This book seemed to drag on, and also have everything glossed over in a rush to get to the end somehow. However, the series is still enjoyable and I would not try to dissuade anyone from reading the first book, which was by far the best book of the series, and is what had us readers all hooked for the ride.
Date published: 2018-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Ending The ending was so sad, but so amazing I wasn't expecting it to turn out that way but it made me happy! A lot happened in this book and I really enjoyed it, definitely better then the 2nd book. 1st and last books are great.
Date published: 2017-10-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than the second Much better than the second book - this was much more fast paced. But the downfall is because it was so fast paced, it needed some relief we never got. The ending left a few unanswered questions, but all in all a good series with the first book being the best of the three. The standout characters this book had to be Marc, Sabine and the twins. They were exceptional and I loved the way their characters developed and the roles they played in the plot. I know Marc has the prequel to shine in so I'm excited to see how his character plays in contrast to the Marc we met in Stolen Songbird. The ending in this book is either a love or a hate ending. I didn't hate it but I hated the questions I had afterwards.
Date published: 2017-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Riveting Conclusion! Warrior Witch is the last book in Danielle L. Jensen’s Malediction Trilogy and it’s one of the best endings I’ve ever read! I can without a doubt give this book five stars. The writing is beautiful, with action-packed scenes and everything we could ever hope for in a final book. I won’t lie, the ending just about killed me but it was worth it. The characters were phenomenal and Jensen gives both her characters and her readers what we deserve: a riveting conclusion. If you haven’t heard of this series, the first book is called Stolen Songbird and it’s such a great fantasy series, 100% recommend.
Date published: 2017-02-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Didn't have that spark the first two books had 2.5 stars What can I say about the final book in Malediction Trilogy? I was pretty disappointed by this one to be perfectly honest. Almost immediately I started to loose interest, repeatedly I would pick it up and put it back down. Not sure what happened because I devoured the first two but was never was able to get into this one. Near the end I started to gain interest again but the ending left a bitter taste in my mouth, pretty break and depressing... not even the last page could salvage my feelings at that point. It sucks because I loved how unique this series was from other YA fantasies! So, while overall I enjoyed this series, unfortunately I can't say that this book didn't alter my opinion slightly. The first book was amazing, I loved the characters, politics, romance, and the overall creativity of the story. The second book while not being at the same level as the first was still very engaging and fast paced read. This book missed the mark for me...
Date published: 2016-12-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hurts So Good Oh boy, that hurt so good. Fantastic ending to a great trilogy, but it was ROUGH. Like, really, seriously rough. To the point where I crying a little bit for something to just GO RIGHT! But the ending of Cecile and Tristan's story was exciting, unexpected, adventurous, romantic, and almost exactly what I was hoping it would be. There were a couple things that seemed out of the blue and at some points I thought there wasn't enough explanation as to what was happening, but overall I was satisfied with how things ended. Which is saying something, because the body count was massive. Seriously, EVERYONE suffered, which I suppose is par for the course, but still. Yikes. There was one particular event I refuse to accept, and honestly I feared the worst at the end. But I got the catharsis I hoped for, which is all a fangirl can ask for. I definitely enjoyed experiencing this trilogy and will miss Cecile, Tristan, Marc, the twins, and all the rest. Definitely worth reading!
Date published: 2016-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Beautiful Yet Sorrowful End It's always bittersweet when a favourite series comes to an end. I put off reading Warrior Witch because I didn't want to say goodbye to the characters yet. Now I've read it and I can say I still feel the same way. Why did it have to end? This finale was so emotional- my heart was twisted this way and that. Warrior Witch broke me. I really loved it. I don't want to scare anyone but I'm not going to sugarcoat it because this book has officially emotionally scarred me (for life). Again, I want to emphasis that I loved it even if the above statement doesn't sound like it. I understood why the story went in the direction it did but none of it made the reality of things any easier to accept. Danielle's writing is very engaging. I was in the world with the characters from start to finish. She does an amazing job at fusing action into the conflicts to keep the story interesting. I was strategizing, plotting and trying my hardest to solve the twists and turns. While the reveals weren't terribly shocking, I enjoyed the process leading up to them. The pacing was ideal with every moment feeding into the eventual and unavoidable showdown and confrontations. Besides the ultimate battle to save the humans from Roland/Angoulême, each event leading up to it was carefully structured in. The struggles were real. Each had maximized impact on the overall story. All of these components gave Warrior Witch a memorable and worthwhile storyline. I am so pleased with how Danielle strung these events together. When Cécile killed Anushka, she was unaware of just how much this one action of hers would affect the human world. She ends up suffering from this decision as for most of Warrior Witch she's apart from Tristan and trying to stop Roland from taking over the Isle. Cécile makes some foolish moves but her desperation was crystal clear. Leave it up to Tristan to think up ways to stay level-headed. It was no small sacrifice on his part but a necessity and he follows through. Tristan is a true hero and savior. Another beautiful series has come to an end. I will forever remember this mesmerizing world with its awe-inspiring characters and their heartbreaking story. The Malediction Trilogy has cement a spot in my heart.
Date published: 2016-07-14

Editorial Reviews

Praise and Reviews for the Warrior Witch:“Warrior Witch IS the ending that this amazing series deserves. The ending that completely destroys you and then fixes you. The ending that your heart will never forget.”– The Reader and The Chef“This book felt like a roller coaster to me, in the best way possible. I loved how Jensen managed to throw me off still by revealing aspects about certain characters. How she managed to change my mind on characters I felt very strongly about. In my opinion, this is a great example of a final book done right.”– The Fictional Reader“From all the endings of series I’ve loved before, Warrior Witch has got to be the most painfully beautiful I’ve read.”– The Nocturnal Fey“This book was so fantastic.”– Words I Write Crazy“Battles, romance, snarky characters, and copious heart-wrenching scenes. I admittedly cried a few times – the end turned me into a blubbering fool (just warning you). It’s so emotional. If you haven’t had a chance to pick up this series yet, and are a fan of fantasy with lots of magic, amazing characters and a wonderful fantasy world – I would highly recommend it.”– N3rdbomber“Warrior Witch is a fabulous conclusion to a compelling series. This is just as rich and satisfying and complex as the other ones in the series. It finishes on a very strong note and is wonderful throughout. Go and read!”– Librarian on the Lake“A thrilling book.”– City of Books“If you like fantasy, intrigue, and edge-of-your-seat suspense with a slightly feudal touch then I suspect you’re going to love this series as much as I have.”– Popcorn Reads“This was the perfect ending to this series.”– Zach’s YA Reviews“All I can say is, please, read this series. It’s addicting and so very consuming. The world that Jensen created is so vivid and detailed.”– Corrie the Book Crazed Girl“Warrior Witch is an example of how a series should end – building off the strengths of the earlier books while bringing new elements to the tale.  In this final instalment, the reader is treated to superb pacing that brings the Malediction Triology to a satisfying close.”– Cowering King“One thing that I have learned from Danielle L. Jensen, is that she will make me laugh in one moment, only to break my heart later, and she totally did that with this book; I was totally expecting my heart to be broken and she managed to do that in the most beautiful and flawless way possible.”– Book Nerd Addict“This is a series you NEED to read.”– A Thousand Words, A Million Books“If you haven’t started this series yet, please fix that.  I know, you’re probably wondering…trolls?  TRUST ME – these aren’t the trolls that live under bridges and are creepy and scary…well most of them at least.  I loved this series and have to say that although I am sad that Cecile and Tristan’s story is complete and I won’t get to hang out with these characters anymore, I thought Jensen did a wonderful job of concluding the series.”– Fiction Fare“A completely fitting and engrossing end to a wonderful series.  Anyone who hasn’t had a chance to start the trilogy, should pick it up as soon as they can – it’s a fantastic binge read!”– Bookish Whimsy“It gave me, as a reader, the sense of closure I always want to be left with after finishing a series.”– Erudite Artist“Another beautiful series has come to an end. I will forever remember this mesmerizing world with its awe-inspiring characters and their heartbreaking story. The Malediction Trilogy has cemented a spot in my heart.”– BookCatPin“I don’t think the trilogy could have ended better in any other way.”– In Love with Handmade“It was simply a stunning conclusion.”– Sabrina’s Blog“Now THAT is what I call a heart-stopping ending. Warrior Witch definitely ups the stakes and keeps you at the edge of your seat the whole time.”– Boricuan Bookworms“Warrior Witch was a stunning conclusion to the Malediction Trilogy. Once I started reading it, I could not put it down. This is one of those series that you don’t want to ever end.”– Books Without Any PicturesPraise and Reviews for the Malediction Trilogy:“Amazing world building. Incredible writing. Awesome characters. No dull moments. Fierce and not-whinny-and-annoying heroine. And a swoon worthy Troll prince.  Stones and sky! I was completely engulfed in the world of Trollus. It felt like I have been living inside its world throughout the entire time I’m reading this incredible book.”– The Nocturnal Fey“If you’re looking for a YA fantasy full of magic and mystery and intrigue and romance and wonderful, heartfelt characters that you could easily accept to be trapped under a mountain with, then don’t just read Stolen Songbird – inhale it. Deliciously written in two POVs that are deep and personal and completely intertwined with one another, this book is at once like hot chocolate on a rainy day with a cat on your lap, and a shot of something wicked when you’re feeling wired. There’s nothing I even remotely disliked, and a list as long as most Welsh train station names of things I loved. Stolen Songbird was a dream to read, a dream to adventure through, and a nightmare to leave. I didn’t want to wake up – and neither will you.”– Jet Black Ink“This was an absolutely fantastic YA fantasy novel. There is a ton of wonderful magic and intrigue in this book. I love the chemistry between Cecile and Tristan and how they are both striving to make the kingdom a better place for all involved. I really enjoyed this book a ton and am very excited to see how the story wraps up in the final book of this series. This series is highly recommended to fans of intrigue heavy fantasy.”– Hidden In Pages“Overall, Hidden Huntress undeniably surpasses as a sequel to Stolen Songbird. I was blown away by the ending and cannot wait for book 3! Danielle L. Jensen has shaped an underground city of magical creatures into one of my most valued book worlds – and that makes me extremely excited for future works.”– Life Writings of a Reader