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“Your theory about this army though,” the wizard went on, turning around to face them once again, “and why it’s coming, and especially about who is controlling it, I’d be very tempted to laugh at,” he said then sighed, “except I’m afraid you are more correct than you know.” They stared at him and Dale stood up. “What?” he asked, surprised, “How do you know?”
“You were around during the Wizard’s War, weren’t you!?” Jarl exclaimed.
“Yes, I was,” the wizard agreed. “In fact,” he went on, “you might say I started it.”

Continuing their quest to save this world, the company arrives at The City of Wizards. While there, they encounter Magister Rommalt, a fifty-thousand year old wizard, deal with relics of an ancient war that threatens eminent and total destruction of the city, and are constantly under the effects of various magical spells which control their behavior and influence their actions.

What readers are saying:

A MUST READ sequel to Wizard’s Bane also by Crystal Wizard. Jeff Vian

Villenspell: City of Wizards hits the ground running, doesn't look back, and doesn't stop until the very end.
From the first page to the last, Book 2 of the Sojourn Chronicles is engrossingly captivating. All of the characters introduced in the first book of the series, Wizard's Bane, return and grow, along with a whole new set of companions that join along the way. Each of these characters are incredibly well developed and when set into the scenery and situations such as they are throughout the second book, the story comes alive and drags you along in tow in their struggle to save their world. Set in an incredibly detailed unique environment, it is truly an epic tale that grabs hold of your imagination and paints a detailed portrait of another world, not altogether different from our own, but where endless possibilities abound aplenty.

The Sojourn Chronicles have quickly become one of my favorite series to date and keeps me on the edge of my seat for the entire story, and always anxiously awaiting the next installment.
Joseph R. Inman
January 2005