An Epic Quest
Sarn wakes in the enchanted forest, far from home, with nothing but his magic, the clothes on his back, and the three rules he must not break if he wants to survive. Monsters and murderous trees, twisted by the same dark magic he found earlier, stand between him and home.
To save his family, Sarn must unravel a mystery before it claims any more lives, but he's never done anything like that before. How will Sarn solve this deadly mystery and defeat its architect before he loses everyone he loves?
Curse Breaker Enchanted features two fantasy adventures, starring a loving father and his young son set in an immersive world of intrigue, dangerous monsters, missing heroes, and magic.
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This epic fantasy series includes the following auto-narrated audiobooks:
+ Curse Breaker Enchanted (FREE book)
+ Curse Breaker Darkens
+ Curse Breaker Faceted
+ Curse Breaker Falls
+ Curse Breaker Sundered
+ Curse Breaker Hidden
+ Spell of Shadow & Light (prequel, best read after Curse Breaker Hidden)
+ Curse Breaker Fallout
+ Curse Breaker Trapped
+ Curse Breaker Revealed
+ Curse Breaker Jousts
Prequels to this epic fantasy series:
+ Hunter's Night
+ Rogue Night
+ Relic Hunter
Epic Fantasy books related to this one:
+ His Angelic Keeper (FREE book)
+ His Angelic Keeper Hidden
+ His Angelic Keeper Fallen
+ His Angelic Keeper Tempted
Side stories and portal fantasy adventures featuring the same characters:
+ Dragon Spells
+ Rogue Spells
Readers of this epic fantasy series also enjoyed books by: Robert Jordon, Mercedes Lackey, Nicholas Eames, Will Wight, Brandon Sanderson, Andrzej Sapkowski, J.R.R. Tolkien, Robin Hobb, Anne McCaffrey, Terry Brooks, Morgan Rice, Jonathan Moeller, Melissa Caruso, Terry Pratchet, N. K. Jemisin, Kevin J. Anderson, Jenn Lyons, David Gaider, Myke Cole, Brian McClellan, John Marco, Michael A. Stackpole, George R. R. Martin, Brent Weeks, A. K. Larkwood, Michelle Sagara.
Melinda Kucsera writes fantastic short stories, novels, and books when not being kidnapped by dragons or chased by armies of fictional creatures. She leaves the running of her newsletter to a cast of loveable characters who are far better at engaging in magical mayhem than in effectively marketing the books they star in. Visit her website to experience their weekly shenanigans.