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The gods are dead. Their age-old reign destroyed by sorcery and war. A young queen must steer her people through the wreckage left behind. Queen Ariane trusts her dreams, so listens when a sorceress calls out to her from the void. Ysaren warns the queen must find her missing cousin, Lord Tamersane who vanished after the war. Feared lost in the hostile City of the Clouds. He alone has the strength to wield the legendary bow of Kerasheva against the power-crazed emperor of Ptarni.

Determined, Ariane sends Captain Garland to find her lost kinsman deep in the heart of enemy country. But Garland and his men vanish in a maze of witchcraft, illusion, and treachery. Ariane worries she has sent them to their death. Now she must conquer her own demons before she can face this new enemy head-on. The Emerald Queen is volume seven in the epic fantasy series Legends of Ansu. If you like gritty characters, magic and mystery, woven into witty dialogue and fast-paced plot, then you going to love this latest audiobook by JW Webb.

Pick up The Emerald Queen to discover this exciting new series today.

©2018 James William Pugh (P)2020 James William Pugh

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Exciting fantasy and so much more!

This book is much more into the fantasy realm than his other books. It can be read as a stand alone book, which I think is a plus! I do enjoy J.W. Webb’s writing. This book is fantasy with lots of new gods and goddesses, but it is also a quest, and it has elements of the horror genre with a creepy forest that changes positions. It was much more involved that his other books and you have to keep up with the different groups of people or you might get a little lost. It is a bit more dark but he does throw in comical people and moments too. I did highly enjoy the book and would recommend it. The narration was great as always.

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Great start to a new series!

I really enjoyed listening to this book. As I've mentioned before, anything Andrew McDermott narrates is a book I'll listen to! This story fortunately can stand on its own as well! The characters are interesting and well developed. The story world is detailed and interesting. The book is well written and I recommend it for sword and sorcery or fantasy fans! I'm looking forward to the other books in this series!

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GOOD READ!

I enjoyed this series! The narration was good. The author did a good job with the character builds and plot! I look forward to reading more books from this author! I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Great Fantasy!

This is a great story with awesome world building! I love the narration, Andrew McDermott has a wonderful voice!

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same world

same world as the rest of JW Webb's book if you enjoyed the others you will enjoy reading and/or listening to this book, but by no means do you have to already read any of the other books; you can start with this one.

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The Emerald Queen: A Legends of Ansu Fantasy, my sixth read from author J.W. Webb. Great characters, non-stop action, a great read/listen, my first read not about Corin an Fol, but written in the same style. I was given an Audible copy of this book & am voluntarily reviewing. Andrew McDermott’s excellent narration & accent again add to the book's enjoyment. (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018).