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A terrifying prophecy. A royal abduction. The desperate search for a legendary blade.

The Seers are blind to prophecy, or so it seems until a nightmarish vision shocks everyone. A darkness comes. Should it claim the elves, it will advance until it consumes the southern wizardoms.

To stave off impending doom, misfit heroes embark on a quest for magical sword not seen in millennia.

The newborn princess of Pallanar is abducted, triggering a desperate search. Her wizard father will do anything to rescue her. Who is behind it and what will his efforts cost?

Toppled thrones send two wizardoms into chaos. The ambitious strive to claim power while new gods rise to replace the old. What can it all mean?

Legend of the Sky Sword continues the Fall of Wizardoms Epic, ever driving the tale of Eight Wizardoms toward a spectacular, stunning end.

Once again, Travis Baldree puts in a stellar performance, bringing this thrilling adventure to life for listeners worldwide.

©2021 Jeffrey L. Kohanek (P)2021 Jeffrey L. Kohanek

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Fight for ascendancy

While Jace and Nareen struggle to make sense of what is happening in the world, Druids and Sorcerers move their pawns across the board to gain ascendancy in the world. Prophecies are fulfilled and heroes stand against those who would dominate or destroy mankind. The epic continues as Jeffrey Kohanek weaves together the lives and desires of characters both good and evil in a rising conflict to obtain the world.

Jeff Kohanek does not disappoint in this second installment of The Wizardoms series. As usual, Travis Baldree does an excellent job of narration.

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stunning

another stunning book where our heroes are on a quest for a sword that will help with in the next prophecy that has everyone more on edge. A must read series.

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Better and better

So glad Jeffrey decided to continue the saga. The characters and story just keep getting richer.

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Fantasy Adventure Continues +17 Read

*** Parents: Due to content level this series would probably be in the R range for movies. While the bad language was mild, there was pretty descriptive gore in the action scenes, lots of sexualized scenes and content throughout- naked bodies, descriptions of breasts and female forms, male "member" hardness, and being grabbed or groped, and lots of insinuations of pleasure but no true sex scenes in this book.

This is book two and picks up where book one left off. These books do not stand alone and need to be read in order. Warnings aside, yes this is geared towards the adult reader that likes an action packed, adventure with magicians, dwarves and other magical characters. Book two really delves a lot more into the characters we liked from the first book and adds a few more. There's lots of drama around the ascention of rulers, a very foreboding prophecy that will guide this adventure beyond book two. I really liked how the world building is taken farther out in new areas that they explore. Readers will be drawn into these books if they like epic fantasies-- this series does make me think of a fun mix of The Lord of the Rings and the tv show Reign.

Just as in the first book the narrator did a great job with all the voice differentiations and acting, although I did have to speed it up to 1.3 x speed because it just felt a little slow.

—I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Exceptional Epic Fantasy

The second book in the series is even better than the first one, and the first book was awesome. This second book has it all: great story, excellent world building, fantastic characters, several twists and turns, and amazing fight scenes. It really is an exceptional book. I recommend this series without hesitation and I can't wait to explore what the next book in the series has to offer. Travis Baldree's narration is outstanding adding an extra layer of enjoyment to a very entertaining tale. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.

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Adventure, intrigue, & action from cover to cover!

Legend of the Sky Sword picks up right where God King Rising left off, and it brings the reader along like an avalanche - there's no stopping it!

Sure, the tale has its comical moments of relief (that hammock scene!! And Jace alone with the dwarves! To anyone who eats or drinks while reading - you have been warned!), but the tension always lingers in the background as events unfold. And here is a story that not only affects humans, but elves and dwarves; indeed, the entire world is involved... and at stake.

New prophecies come to light, and our crew of heroes is forced to split into two groups - one off to relocate a child, the other to find a legendary weapon, all in their desperate attempt to save the world from an encroaching darkness.

Packed with blood-pumping action, beautifully crafted characters (with equally fabulous and, at times, downright hilarious interactions), and a sweeping storyline that grips you from start to finish - this book has it all. You feel the depth of a father's heartache, see the vivid landscapes before your very eyes, and hear the sounds of the battles as they unfold. Legend of the Sky Sword is masterfully created.

Honestly, to any and all fantasy lovers out there: If you are yet to dive into Kohanek's epic fantasy worlds - wait no longer! Trust me, you will not regret it!