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A woman claims a crystal throne, granting her the power of a god - an act long forbidden. With her rise, the world trembles.

As thrones of power fall vacant, one insatiable wizard seeks to increase his might. He never suspected a wizardess might foil his plans.

A queen rises from the south and forms an unprecedented alliance - an army from multiple wizardoms, backed by the magic of a wizard lord. This dominant force sweeps across the land, consuming all in its wake.

A squad of misfits, thrust into the roles of reluctant heroes, seek to alter fate and save their world from the Dark Lord. Even they are blind to the elaborate schemes of gods.

Rise of a Wizard Queen continues the riveting Fate of Wizardoms fantasy epic, perfect for fans of Tolkien, Jordan, and Sanderson.

©2020 Jeffrey L. Kohanek (P)2020 Jeffrey L. Kohanek

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  • rodie1951
  • 04-09-2020

Continues an amazing epic

Rise of a Wizard Queen continues Kohanek’s epic adventure. Well written and performed amazingly by Travis Baldree. The tension is torqued to the max at the end, setting up for the resolution. I can’t wait for the next and last Audible version of this great series.

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  • Sailfish
  • 07-11-2020

The Journey Continues

While book 4 had our intrepid MC's gallivanting about in strange lands and battling even stranger foes in search of objects of power, this book has them cruising about, medieval-style, strange new lands and even stranger foes mostly under cryptic commands from mysterious pirate-like guides who possess a similar ability as the seers in their knowledge of prophesy and the MC's role in it. The MC fellowship was still split accomplishing separate quests and while they were adventurous, dangerous and filled with twists, foreboding and uncertainty, this book was more about broadening the MCs (and us listeners) understanding of the bigger picture and their roles in it. Aside from our fellowship, the other primary focus of this book was one Queen Wizard Lord Priella and Wizard Lord Thurvin, with her thirst to acquire more power and Thurvin's manic drive to RULE THE WORLD. There are significant twists and turns between them and those who report to them with one significant set of twists near the end that was secretly planned and made known during the boss battle. There were elements of both Tolkien (wizards, elves, orcs, &c) and Sanderson (fractured lands) but with completely different story arcs. I dropped a star since the last secretly plan twist was left needlessly hanging. Still, I enjoyed the book and the narrator and eagerly await the next book in the series.

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  • sharkbait
  • 06-10-2020

Boring

This was ok but extremely slow pacing and it switched stories of characters way to soon and there was so many story lines it was confusing at times. Compared to the other books this one is bad . Not looking forward to the ones that my come after this one .

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  • Hammerhead64
  • 29-08-2020

Shocking ending

Solid continuation of our favorite characters leading to a shocking climax. sets up the final book wonderfully.

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  • trufriends
  • 27-08-2020

falling

falling farther down the rabbit hole or should I say the conspiracy to remove the wizard lords. This addition to the series definitely leaves you wanting to see what's going to happens next to the unlikely heroes that is going to save everyone.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 21-09-2020

No need for further book. Horrible.

The story has turned everyone to a handpuppet. Nothing that the heroes has prevoiusly done matters. Everything and I mean everything was planned by some godly being/beings. Its micromanaged in the dumbest way. The MC trusts, get posioned and does a task to get free several times. Its just stupid! No answer are giving, I just narrows it down to the master puppeteer/s with a bunch of fillers. There is a dragon, there are several old romance popping up that bring nothing to the story. I guess the author will line up everything and I don't care anymore. Its not fun not believable. And whats up with the MC constantly cross dressing - its not funny the 3rd time. It just feel like an fetisch the authors have. The same can be said of the constant oggeling of the princess and trying to get all the characters nude. Its not sexy, its annoying and uncomfortable at best. Characters dont developer at all. They act whiny an whisywassy about everything. Too bad this series took such a dive. I rated book 1-3 4 stars, Book 4 3 stars and now I have had enough.

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