Wizardoms: Eye of Obscurance

Wizardoms: Eye of Obscurance

by Jeffrey L. Kohanek


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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 satisify 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, diminutitve, 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.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781949382181
Publisher: Fallbrandt Press
Publication date: 09/12/2019
Series: Fate of Wizardoms , #1
Pages: 298
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.67(d)

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Crys9812 18 days ago
Jerrell(Jace) has a job to do, but someone beats him to it. Rhoa is part of a traveling menagerie and also has a mission of her own to complete. Along the way she makes a few new friends and even agrees to work with Jace. There is so much going on in this book, and I was surprised a couple of times. I am very interested to see how things go for this growing group.