Wishmaker: Part 1

· Wishmaker Book 1 · Hilary H. White · Narrated by Hilary H. White and Paul Wishard
2 reviews
13 hr 45 min
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The land of the gods suffers from a supernatural blight resulting in famine, stillbirths, and strife. Instead of beseeching the gods for help, Eirian Frost finds them pleading for hers. The problem is that she’s just learned she possesses an unruly, banned magic that makes her the target of a covetous self-proclaimed prophet—and may turn her allies against her.

A childhood tantrum resulting in her mother’s death led Eirian to accept that she cannot alter fate. Instead, she has learned to surrender to it. But with the blight, a doomsday cult led by the Prophet gaining power, and banished monsters returning to stalk the night, Eirian realizes the world will soon be uninhabitable if she doesn’t answer the gods’ call and fight back.

Reversing the damage hinges on Eirian and her friends Viryda Thistle and Rowe Cinder recovering the Prism, an artifact that regulates life and death. But the Prism has been hidden for millennia, and the Prophet has a secret power that can wrest from her what little control Eirian has over her magic. If there’s a way to master chaos itself, Eirian must find it or risk having her magic do the Prophet’s work for him.

Ratings and reviews

2 reviews
John Belmont
February 7, 2024
Had I not known that this book was the author’s first outing, I would have thought she was a seasoned professional fantasy writer with several books already tucked neatly under her belt. I’ve read many indie books in the fantasy genre, but not a one compares to the masterful and highly compelling storytelling I found in Wishmaker. Listening to this book was a joy, one that I looked forward to getting back to over and over again.
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