Following The Ranger of Marzanna, The Queen of Izmoroz continues Jon Skovron's epic fantasy trilogy about two siblings on opposite sides of a magical war - a must-read for fans of Robin McKinley and Mercedes Lackey
Sonya has brought a foreign army to free her country from imperial rule, but her allies may have other goals in the second book of this thrilling epic fantasy trilogy from Jon Skovron.
The first battle is over, but war yet looms on the horizon. Sonya and her allies - the foreign Uaine and their armies of the undead - have beaten back the imperial soldiers from the capital city. Now they have the rest of the country to free.
Meanwhile, her brother, the famed wizard Sebastian, has retreated with the imperial forces to regroup and lick his wounds. Betrayed by his sister and his wife, the beautiful noblewoman Galina, he will regain control of his life and his country at any cost.
Praise for the series
'A magical tale of power and sacrifice, manipulation and betrayal' Melissa Caruso
'This is epic fantasy done right' Publishers Weekly
'An undeniable page-turner that will have readers salivating for the next volume' Kirkus
Skovron launches his Slavic-influenced Goddess War series with this intricate, well-told fantasy . . . This is epic fantasy done right. - Publishers Weekly on THE RANGER OF MARZANNA
The world-building is solid, the action is nonstop, and Skovron's overall character development is exceptional . . . An undeniable page-turner that will have readers salivating for the next volume of this projected trilogy - Kirkus on THE RANGER OF MARZANNA
Vivid and unpredictable
The most fun I've had with a novel this year
Action-packed . . . Compelling characters and tense action
A great swashbuckling adventure