Eye of Obscurance (Fate of Wizardoms, book 1) by Jeffrey L Kohanek
When the male MC enters the story dressed as a woman, all in the name of his shady trade (and without batting an eyelid, of course), you know it’s going to be good! There are no limits when planning a heist!
The story centres around an entertaining cast of characters. Rhoa – a small girl with a big heart and full of fierceness; Jace – a snarky, slightly abrasive but hilarious thief (grapefruits, lol!); Narine – a soft but daring wizardess; Rawk – an innocent, compassionate and loyal maker, and MORE!
Yes, there are more! And I loved every single one of them! The characters are fleshed-out and beautifully written, with clearly defined voices of their own, and they all have a role to play as the story runs its course through Eye of Obscurance.
It is easy to get lost in the tale because of its engaging nature, and you find yourself wanting to dig back in as soon as you are forced to put the book down. It’s a real page-turner, exciting from cover to cover, action-packed, high-paced and utterly fabulous!
Eye of Obscurance is a great start to what seems an exciting series, and I look forward to reading the rest. I recommend this to everyone who enjoys epic fantasy because this is the genre at its best!
Note: I have listened to the audiobook version, and the narrator, Travis Baldree, does a great job at bringing the characters to life, and he keeps you at the edge of your seat as the magic (and action) happens!