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Sword of Power

The Black Musketeers, Book 2
Narrated by: Will Ropp
Series: The Black Musketeers, Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 35 mins
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A harsh winter is coming. With it, a dark and pitiless magic…

Lukas wants only two things: to rebuild his castle home in time to make it through the coming winter and to reconnect with the sister who was stolen from him in a plot against his family.

But then an astrologer appears with foreboding news: his old adversary, Inquisitor Waldemar von Schönborn, has stolen three royal artifacts, which are required to coronate a new German emperor. With these valuable objects - the sword, the crown, and the scepter - he could blackmail the empire. The treasures are currently hidden in three different places in the old imperial city of Prague.

To protect his homeland and help him find the artifacts, Lukas will need his three best friends - all members of the elite fighting group known as the Black Musketeers. He’ll also need his feisty little sister, Elsa, whose magical gifts may be the key to stopping the inquisitor’s latest scheme.

They head for Prague immediately, but the adventure that awaits them there will put their courage and their friendship to the ultimate test.

©2016 Oliver Pötzsch (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved. Translation © 2018 by Jaime McGill.

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  • Joyce
  • Miamisburg, OH, United States
  • 08-11-18

Knights of Olde

Kind of mixture of Tolkien, Brother Cadfael and a Polish Camelot. If you enjoy that kind of thing, and I do, the book is great!

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The story is amazing!

I love Oliver Pötzsch and all his books, the guy who narrated the Hangman’s Daughter was fantastic. The guy who narrates this series is terrible. He has no intonation in his words and most of the time they just fall flat. He has lots of breathes through out the story and he quite often pauses in very odd places. I tried to listen to this story but it was just so bad I couldn’t so I read it instead.

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Soo imaginative!!!

I believe that I love this better that the first. Elsa and Lukas had me do under their spell that I could not see the email that was bring weaved. I look forward to the next chapter!