Book Review: The Queen of Izmoroz (The Goddess War #2) – Jon Skovron


Continuing with my netgalley catch-up I am delighted to be reviewing The Queen of Izmoroz by Jon Skovron, which is the second book in the Goddess Wars series and was one of my most anticipated books for 2021. You can read my review for the first book in this series – The Ranger of Marzanna HERE.

Disclaimer – I received an e-arc via netgalley in exchange for an honest review, all thoughts are my own.

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Book Summary:

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.

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