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Wizardoms: Objects of Power

Fate of Wizardoms, Book 4
Narrated by: Travis Baldree
Series: Fate of Wizardoms, Book 4
Length: 10 hrs and 6 mins
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Summary

Prophecy foretells the Dark Lord's rise, sparking a desperate quest for magical relics.

A ruthless wizard lord conquers a neighboring wizardom, increasing his magic far beyond mere mortals. The more power he gains, the more he craves. 

While wizardoms war against one another, the Dark Lord rises. An army of monsters invades, sending the world toward the brink of doom. 

A team of misfits find themselves the fulcrum point of destiny, their world teetering upon their actions, certain to crumble should they fail. Led by cryptic passages from a dark prophecy, these heroes set off on two separate quests.

One expedition leads to the Enchanter's Isle, rumored to hide a mysterious object known as the Band of Amalgamation. The other involves the Arc of Radiance, a sacred object protected by a lost race of elves.

What powers might these two enchanted relics unlock?

Can they be recovered before it is too late?

Objects of Power continues the Fate of Wizardoms epic, a sprawling fantasy saga loaded with magic, mystery, and discovery.

Download now to resume your epic adventure.

©2020 Jeffrey L. Kohanek (P)2020 Jeffrey L. Kohanek

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Still strong, but abit plot armored

Story an characters continue strong. What annoyed me a bit is that the MC gets fooled a bit too easy and its solved with plot armor. Could have been though out better.

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Wonderful

I don't often get chance to listen to Fantasy stories, but this one hooked me right from the beginning, and I really enjoyed the characters. I do find I'm more drawn to some than others, but I think we all have favourites. I mean who can't like Jace and Narine :) Thank you for a great story and I look forward to more.

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  • Georgia McNabb
  • 09-07-20

Wow! Ready for the next book!!

This story continues where book #3 left off and boy do things Happen! This author does a wonderful job with Characters, Storyline, & world building. I highly recommend this series and the Narrator is just a good with bringing the story to life and making it realistic.

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  • lee harris
  • 03-07-20

Half way through

Fantastic read, once you know all the characters it's amazing to see the interplay and reactions for all the situations that they get into. Can't wait for the next 2 books to find out how it it all turns out.

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  • rodie1951
  • 20-06-20

Amazing

For fans of Tolkien’s trilogy this is a story of epic proportions. The characters come alive and the trials they must overcome are daunting. Be prepared to meet Elves and Dwarves, dragons and goblins. Each encounter steering them toward a destination that to them is unknown. Jeffrey L. Kohanek has crafted a wonderful world for us to step into. I look forward to the next book.

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  • trufriends
  • 10-06-20

objects

the team splits up in order to find objects that may make a difference that in a Prophesized bleak future.

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  • Roger Fauble
  • 16-10-20

Magnificent!

Wizardoms: Objects of Power (Fate of Wizardoms Book 4). my tenth read from author Jeffrey L. Kohanek. Picks up seamlessly from the end of Temple of the Oracle (Fate of Wizardoms, #3). The tension & suspense continue to ratchet up throughout the book’s length. 10-hrs 6-minutes/357-pages but reads even longer with the attention to detail written into the story. Kohanek’s fantasy worlds have become one of my favorite fantasy reads. AS always I was impressed and enjoyed the vocal variety & inflections of narrator Travis Baldree. I look forward to reading Wizardoms: Rise of a Wizard Queen (Fate of Wizardoms Book 5) just as soon as I get it. I was given an Audible copy of this book & am voluntarily reviewing it. (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018).

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  • Natasha
  • 12-07-20

This series!!!

I absolutely love this series. it just keeps getting better and as the world expands and the main characters grow I find myself loving it even more. With that being said...for some reason I struggled not get through the audiobook version, especially when compared to how I devoured the ebook in 2 days. But as the series gets more intense my inner narrator gets more intense as well. however this narrator does not match the intensity that I feel during as the series progresses so it's a struggle get into it the way I get do when I'm reading it. this does take away from the story a little bit for me, I'm not sure if it would for people that don't read it and listen exclusively to audiobook versions but as a reader of this series I find ebooks being better than the audio books as it progresses.