The Lost Heir

The Lost Heir Always a meticulous planner Darrak Hunter leads a dull life until his dreams become plagued with visions of a peculiar and distant world Waking up to a brilliant purple sun looming ominously in the s

  • Title: The Lost Heir
  • Author: Andi O'Connor
  • ISBN: 9781940417141
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Paperback
  • Always a meticulous planner, Darrak Hunter leads a dull life until his dreams become plagued with visions of a peculiar and distant world Waking up to a brilliant purple sun looming ominously in the sky, Darrak is met by a mysterious violet eyed sorcerer who whisks him away from the struggling Earth.Thrown into the clutches of a foreign world where magic is reality and noAlways a meticulous planner, Darrak Hunter leads a dull life until his dreams become plagued with visions of a peculiar and distant world Waking up to a brilliant purple sun looming ominously in the sky, Darrak is met by a mysterious violet eyed sorcerer who whisks him away from the struggling Earth.Thrown into the clutches of a foreign world where magic is reality and not all is as it seems, Darrak embarks on a journey where he is forced to come to terms with his past and do what he can to shape the future Accompanied by a talented swordswoman, a prince, and a beautiful young sorceress, he must overcome cunning plots of treachery and betrayal to discover the strength to stand against a destructive black magic and an enemy who is a master at deception.

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    About “Andi O'Connor

    • Andi O'Connor

      Andi O Connor is the award winning author The Dragonath Chronicles, The Vaelinel Trilogy, and The Legacy of Ilvania She s written multiple books, including the critically acclaimed Silevethiel, which is the 2015 Best Indie Book Award winner for Science Fiction Fantasy, and the 2015 New Apple Official Selection for Young Adult Silevethiel was also named to Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2013 The Speaker is a Finalist in the 11th Annual National Indie Excellence Awards Andi s short story collection, Redemption, is a 2014 Kindle Book Awards Semifinalist You can frequently find Andi as a guest panelist at Comic Cons throughout the country including the Rhode Island Comic Con, Philcon, Conclave, WizardWorld, and Chessiecon Andi also writes for Niume where she provides writing tips, advice, and insight on her career as an author You can connect with Andi on Facebook at facebook oconnordi, Twitter at twitter OConnorAndi, and Instagram at Instagram andi_oconnor.

    737 thoughts on “The Lost Heir

    • "The Lost Heir" left me with very mixed feelings at the end. On one hand, it was a great overall idea. I really liked some of the characters (one was named Cyrus and I had a total surreal moment), and I could see it as a book that I would put on my permanent bookshelf (my real life one). On the other hand, I felt that a lot of it was underdeveloped. The entire thing could have been much more effective if it had just been edited a little better. It wasn't necessarily spelling or grammatical error [...]


    • Thoughts: Sooooooo, I'm having a hard time coming up with a good opening sentence for this review; let's just jump in. I love contractions. I'm a big fan of the vernacular. I like when I am able to connect with how the characters are talking. When they are very proper I have a hard time connecting. Of course, when they are supposed to be that way, it's different. In this case however, Darrak grew up on earth. He should talk like every other college student on earth. He distracted me. Also, the d [...]



    • Received from Netgalley for honest review.This was the first in series and was a very good start to the series.I thoroughly enjoyed this book and the characters were well written and thought out.It is set with various POVs and this made for an exciting read throughout.I have got the second in the series and plan to read this soon.A good start to the series.


    • I was fortunate enough to get an ARC of this novel, and am glad to be able to share my thoughts on the book.Though I am a casual fantasy reader, this particular book had the unique ability to draw me in and make me wanting more as the pages went by. Though the book is longer in page count, it went by quite quickly, and I was able to finish in two days (which for me, is quite a feat as I tend to take shorter time frames for reading).The characters within The Lost Heir are readily relatable and ca [...]


    • One glance at The Lost Heir‘s cover is enough to excite any fantasy loving bookwyrm. Add in it’s synopsis? Well, let’s put it this way: I buckled in for the ride and went nowhere. It’s not often that I choose to drop a book. In the year since I began book blogging, only one of my reviews was a DNF. This book marks my second.A quick perusal of The Lost Heir on shows the book to have some rather stellar reviews since its publish date in 2013. This leaves me baffled and wondering whether o [...]


    • I received an arc copy of this book for an open and honest review. I loved this book, it was like a fine winejust got better and better the more into the book I got! The characters were really nicely built up and had depth to them, you were really invested in the story arc the characters were on.It had twists and turns and threw me off the scent a few times and I didnt expect some elements of the story which was really refreshing. I cannot wait to read the sequel :)


    • Darrak thought he led a normal life, but then the sun and clouds turned violet. Then a mysterious man shows up and tells him that he has magic and that the only way to save earth was to travel to a far away land and learn how to use his powers. But when Darrak arrives in Mystandia he get's a lot more than he bargained for as the truth of his past is revealed and he is forced to come to terms with what it all means. The Lost Heir is a mix of new school and old school, giving you the feeling of tr [...]


    • Darrak Hunter is just your typical college student that strives for perfection in every aspect of his life, except for taking the time to clean his room. However life as he knows it, changes suddenly when he starts having dreams of a town with a purple sun. As the characters from his dreams become reality, he is whisked away to the planet of Dragonath, where he learns he is the true heir to the world. Darrak and his new friends must risk their lives in order to save their planets.The Lost Heir p [...]


    • I received a free copy of this book in the giveaway. Overall I thought the ideas in the book were creative and interesting. It was quite entertaining to peer into the author's magical, parallel world of Earth. The characters were likable and I especially liked Andrillian because she was a cool and bad ass female character. However, I felt like the book dragged on a little and I felt it was a little unrealistic because of Mionee's easy change of heart. Also, Darrak seemed to adjust to Mystandia [...]


    • Derrak Hunter is a college student and a loner. One night he dreams of a world with a purple sun only to wake up and find the yellow orb that used to be in the sky is now purple! And there's a strange man in his room who tells him he's a sorcerer from a world called Dragonath and to save Earth from the changes that are taking place, Darrak must go with him back there. Turns out, Darrak's roots come from Dragonath. Darrak goes with the sorcerer and discovers how lonely his life really was with ou [...]


    • The Lost Heir by Andi O'Connor is the story of Darrak Hunter. A loner in college, he is plagued with visions of a distant, purple sunned world. When Earth's sun begins to glow purple in the sky, he is met by a mysterious sorcerer explains that his is the descendent of a ruler from another world. The sorcerer takes him to the world of Dragonath, where he begins to learn about his own powers.The story is intriguing and keeps the reader engaged. However, the dialog is a bit awkward since Ms O'Conno [...]


    • Andi O’Connor pens "The Lost Heir" in a plot filled with fantasy, and magick, with plenty of action and suspense to keep you at the edge of your seat. I found the characters to be very relate-able and with the author's writing style, I felt I was right there with the characters. This is the author's debut novel and I think (IMHO) she's off to a great start. A must read for all fantasy lovers.This review is based on a complimentary copy from the author which was provided for an honest review.


    • I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.I found this a well written story, with a great fantasy world and characters.Thoroughly enjoyed this and cannot wait to read the second in the series.


    • Synopsis“Their situation was hopeless. Darrak closed his eyes. A single tear glided down his muddy cheek as he grieved for the only friends he’d ever known.” (Chapter 32)Darrak Hunter, a dedicated college student, starts having dreams of a different world: a beautiful place with purple clouds. One day he wakes up to find Earth’s own sun has turned violet and purple clouds fill the sky. A sorcerer appears in his dorm room and tells him he is the lost heir to the kingdom of Mystandia. Afte [...]


    • Thousands of years ago a sorcerer sent Haeleena away from her homeland of Mystandia to live on Earth. It was the only way he could think to hide her and keep her safe from the war that was brewing in their home.In present day the people of Mystandia are anxious to learn who the new Grand Sorcerer will be. Mionee, the youngest daughter of the current Grand Sorcerer, hopes it will be her. In fact she has made a plan in case it isn't her. She's building an army and she plans to take down anyone in [...]


    • There doesn't seem to be the right words to describe this book other than truly amazing. The author provided me a copy of the book and I couldn't be more honored. This was one of the best books I have read this year.Darrak is a college student dedicated to his studies when one day he awakens from a dream of a world with purple clouds and a purple sun, only to discover the clouds on Earth are purple. If things are not weird enough a strange man appears in his room telling him he is something call [...]


    • I received a copy through first.The Lost Heir is about Darrak a young man who starts having dreams of strange things. Meanwhile in a separate world a war is brewing and Darrak is more connected then he ever thought. Follow the adventure Darrak as he is brought into a world to help stop a war with a group of interesting heroes and heroines. This is definitely a fantasy novel. If your into magic and different realm stories, this is most likely for you. I would love to know how the author came up [...]


    • This book was received as part of a giveaway. This book takes place mostly on a world called Mystandia. This is a world of magic where the main character finds himself after having to flee Earth. On Mystandia he finds out things about himself as well as the threats against him. Most of the book follows his flight from these threats.This book was okay, but it seemed almost too easy. Everything comes together almost too perfectly and the conversations feel too proper. The book does move quickly t [...]


    • Earth, and Dragonath with its violet sun and clouds, are two worlds that are dissimilar, but ultimately they are pulled towards a dismal fate. Princess Mionee from a country in Dragonath called Mystandia seems to be brewing trouble in both worlds with forbidden magic, while Darrak, a nerdy perfectionist, has to jump in this unknown conflict where both worlds are on the verge of destruction if he fails to forego his trialsRead the rest of the review here: nightmarenovelsvelblogs/the-lo


    • This was an interesting book about a young man who grew up on Earth and found out he belonged on another world. A world with violet skies and magic. He seems to take the change of fate and location in stride very well even though his former home is under attack and gacing an uncertain fate. The characters all have distinct personas and some under go great personal development throughout the book. It is a very interesting storey if a bit long on the explainations at times. I am looking forward to [...]


    • I loved the idea and the premise of this novel, and the author did some really interesting things - such as make her fantasy world a different planet, instead of parallel universe - that I really appreciated. But there were some flaws in the writing that I struggled with. The dialogue felt stiff and too formal, plus there were a lot of times when the explanations for things felt a little too stiff as well. I was being told too much instead of learning it through the writing. This book has a lot [...]


    • I really enjoyed this book. Although the story has a few jumps in it, it allows the reader to realize nothing happened why talk about it unless you wanted to make the book longer. Filled with easily likable characters, this book was very easy to read. I find myself very excited to obtain the 2nd book and continue the journey!We received this book for free via First Reads.


    • Watch the Skies had the author in for a visit and it was a great discussion. This is another I could share with my daughter.


    • The Lost Heir by Andi O’Conner is book one in The Dragonath Chronicles. In The Lost Heir we meet a young man named Darrak. He dreams of a world similar to Earth but with a purple sun and a world of magic. One day he wakes up to find his world changing and he sees a vision of what is to come. The sun is now purple and there are violet clouds that traverse the skies. He foresees the destruction that is to come when the planet begins to fail as the now hotter sun creates changes in the environmen [...]


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