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Wizardoms: Eye of Obscurance

Fate of Wizardoms, Book 1
Narrated by: Travis Baldree
Series: Fate of Wizardoms, Book 1
Length: 10 hrs and 26 mins
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In a realm where wizards rule, the ambitious contend for thrones that grant the power of a god. How can one defeat a god? 

Jerrell Landish is a thief, clever, creative, and conniving to the extreme. His legendary exploits force him to use the name Jace just to remain inconspicuous. When he accepts a contract to acquire a secret, enchanted amulet, he discovers the item has already been stolen. To satisfy the leader of the Thieves' Guild, he must track down the amulet and complete the ultimate objective: 

Assassinate Wizard Lord Taladain, a man with the power of a god. 

Rhoa is an acrobat, diminutive, agile, and daring. Armed with the Eye of Obscurance, she sets out to accomplish the unthinkable. Haunted by a troubled past, she cannot escape a single, all-consuming desire. 

She would risk anything to see Lord Taladain dead. 

Taladain's daughter, Narine, is a princess who recently graduated as a master wizardess. However, her father and brother seek nothing but power - one would use her to strengthen his position, the other views her as a threat to his future. 

Can she navigate troubled waters with danger lurking at every turn? 

Eye of Obscurance is the first entry in Fate of Wizardoms, a fantasy epic filled with magic, adventure, and intrigue, perfect for fans of Robert Jordan, Brandon Sanderson, and Michael J. Sullivan.

©2019 Jeffrey L. Kohanek & Fallbrandt Press (P)2019 Jeffrey L. Kohanek & Fallbrandt Press

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Perfect

I love this book. The story is addicting and the narrator perfectly captures the soul of it. I had previously read the book so I was delighted to find that the narrator told the story the same way I read it; well, except Jace. I think I made Jace out to be slightly less arrogant than he actually is but I actually like the "real" Jace more.
I definitely recommend this audiobook!

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Great start to a new series

When I first saw this book compared to Six of Crows I was sold, because that's one of my favorites! Although the book was very different, I was not disappointed! It was fast paced, well written, and exciting to read. I liked that the story was told from 4 unique perspectives, which gave the story some dimension and depth. I enjoyed the unique characters, especially the princess, and would recommend to anyone who likes a book with some action and excitement. I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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Wizardoms: Eye of Obscurance

In general, I liked the story. Where I struggled was with some of the details. I found on more than one occasion, I got a bit lost when jumping between the character plot lines. I stuck with it and was able to get back on track. By the end, everything came together for me.

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

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  • kian
  • 10-19-19

Good narration

I liked the narration but the story was a struggle as it's not to my liking.