• Wizardoms: Curse of the Elf Queen

  • Fall of Wizardoms, Book 3
  • By: Jeffrey L. Kohanek
  • Narrated by: Travis Baldree
  • Length: 10 hrs and 10 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (20 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The elf queen rises. Backed by her magic, an army sweeps across the land like a plague. Can anything sate her unquenchable thirst for conquest?

Through sacrifice, the druids have raised a new queen and goddess. An army marches, made of elves, druids, animal familiars, and ensorcelled humans. Wizards are crushed, soldiers destroyed, and cities captured as the elf queen storms across the land.

Unless the elf queen is defeated, she will see all humans enslaved, the wizard race exterminated, and her rule extended across the Eight Wizardoms.

Intent on unraveling the schemes affecting the wizardoms, Jace and Narine go undercover, seeking information within the nest of an evil mastermind. What secrets await? What will happen if they are caught?

Curse of the Elf Queen continues the Fall of Wizardoms epic, raising the stakes and exposing secrets that will leave you wanting for more.

Narrated by the ultra-talented Travis Baldree.

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

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Epic

If you haven't read the prior books (Fate of Wizardoms) and the others in this story arc, do yourself a favor and read them. This is epic fantasy on the scale of Tolkien, Jordan, and Sanderson. This entry is truly exceptional and moves the story to the brink of what I'm sure will be a spectacular conclusion. Jeffery Kohanek has huge talent and Travis Baldree is a joy to listen to.

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a must

All I really can say is this is a must read and/or listen series. You can't help get sucked into this world.

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Great Series

This book was a great continuation in the series. Plenty of action and humor. Looking forward to the next installment.

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Curse of the Elf Queen, Fall of Wizardoms book 3,

Curse of the Elf Queen, Fall of Wizardoms book 3, is another great addition to the Fall of Wizardoms series. Another must read filled with action from beginning to end. Jeffrey Kohanek continues to do a great job building these characters and the world they are striving to protect. I look forward to book 4! Audio Version: Another great narration by Travis Baldree. Can’t say more honestly. He is amazing!

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Great Dark Fantasy

This is the third book in the "Fall Of Wizardoms" series and I really enjoyed it. Each book in the series, follows the book before it, starting with a small recap of what happened in the previous book. The worldbuilding continued to develop. The plot was convoluted and action filled. The characters were complex and evolving. There were moments of laugh out loud humor. I recommend this book and the whole series to others who enjoy this genre. Travis Baldree's narration was outstanding and humorous. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily posted this review.

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Another deadly challenge!

A new threat to the world arises and our heroes rise to the challenge! Deadly magic challenges and they respond. Not all will survive.

Travis Baldree does a great job once again and Jeff crafts a thrilling story with both action and tragedy. As threats continue to besiege the intrepid adventurers we prepare for the next book. I look forward to it.

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  • 05-17-21

An enthralling, fast-paced, thumping good read!

Curse of the Elf Queen - the third instalment of Kohanek's new series, Fall of Wizardoms - offers a stellar continuation to an absolutely amazing tale!

After the fall of the old gods, and the subsequent removal of the Wizard Lords, new troubles are stirring in the eight Wizardoms. The order of Sol is scheming, new self-proclaimed gods rise, and a war between humans and elves is brewing. Indeed, the merged elf-druid-queen-god Koriella is one wicked ruler, commanding her forces with an iron fist, and she is set on destroying the Wizardoms and the humans' ability to wield magic.

Trapped in the chaos of the many unleashed evils, our heroes continue their quests - Jace and Narine go undercover in the Order of Sol, whereas Blythe, Brogan, Crusser, Harley, and the rest attempt to thwart the onslaught of the new Elf Queen.

Curse of the Elf Queen is an enthralling, fast-paced, thumping good read. Featuring several POVs, the book allows its readers to follow along on an intricate yet dangerous ride, filled from cover to cover with battles, magic, espionage, love, and friendship. The characters are fabulously written, and you find yourself rooting for every single one of them. They are deep and wonderfully fleshed-out, even those we come to despise!

And as to the ending, let me just say: D*mn you, Kohanek! Grab your tissues, people, because this a heart-wrencher! I won't spoil it, of course, but consider yourself warned!

As a side note: I listened to this as an audiobook, and I must comment on Travis Baldree and his fabulous performance as a voice actor. I cannot give him enough credit for his skill in adding tension, emotion, and different voices for every single character. I loved every minute of listening!! Hell, at this point, I'd be happy to listen to torque settings in a Haynes manual if he narrated it. I have full confidence in his ability to keep me immersed to the point of neglecting my kids.

Anyway, that's it. Just read it! Or better yet - listen to this badboy as an audiobook! Peace out!