The Curse of the Witch-Queen

The Curse of the Witch Queen The place is the House of Obran In the House of Szar Zargal was supposed to uphold it s dignity because he s the son of the Duke He insults King Laza and gets the curse of gluttony meaning he can t

  • Title: The Curse of the Witch-Queen
  • Author: Paula Volsky
  • ISBN: 9780345295200
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The place is the House of Obran In the House of Szar, Zargal was supposed to uphold it s dignity because he s the son of the Duke He insults King Laza and gets the curse of gluttony, meaning he can t stop eating He then tries to seek pardon and help from King Laza, but he runs into another curse King Laza was under because of the ancient Queen Godescalc which twisted LaThe place is the House of Obran In the House of Szar, Zargal was supposed to uphold it s dignity because he s the son of the Duke He insults King Laza and gets the curse of gluttony, meaning he can t stop eating He then tries to seek pardon and help from King Laza, but he runs into another curse King Laza was under because of the ancient Queen Godescalc which twisted Laza and is now in the process of destroying Princess Bellora To save the princess and himself, he must go to a swamp filled with horror where the queen fled Impossible Maybe, especially because Queen Godescalc was under a subtle and fearful curse herself Who cast that curse Will he have to go to that person for help Is that person cursed as well Find out in the book.

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    About “Paula Volsky”

    1. Paula Volsky

      Paula Volsky is an American fantasy author Born in Fanwood, New Jersey, she majored in English literature at liberal arts college Vassar in New York State At the University of Birmingham, England, she received an M.A in Shakespearian studies Before writing fantasy, she sold real estate and also worked for the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development.Illusion, The Wolf of Winter, The Gates of Twilight, The White Tribunal, and The Grand Ellipse all take place within the same fictional world, with fantasy plot lines inspired by historical events.Paula Volsky also writes under the pseudonym of Paula Brandon

    757 thoughts on “The Curse of the Witch-Queen”

    1. I've read this very strange fantasy novel five times. The protagonist gets one the nastiest curses in fantasy, and rightly deserves it. Beware of Squash!


    2. One of the early full length fantasy novels I read, going on 35 years ago? A cousin recommended it. I was captivated by the story, the dialogue, and the humor. Very funny book and memorable characters! I think it could be made into an awesome movie. Recommend this even though I haven't read it in a long time.


    3. What a unique story! I never would have picked this book up myself -- my sister got it for me a long time ago at a used book sale. It's a great tale -- well-written, funny, allegorical, and fantastic. I personally loved the description of the gypsy's food.





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