"The Tome of Arbor," and "A Gossamer Lens" close out this complete, multiple award winning," 10 book series. These last two The Legend of Vanx Malic novels have been compiled into the "The Tome and the Lens" anthology, along with special bonus content from The Dragoneer Saga Book One: The Royal Dragoneers. (One of the Dragoneer Saga's main characters is prominent in the Vanx Malic series, but no spoilers) "To Kill a Witch" the first four The Legend of Vanx Malic books won the 2017 American Book Fest Award for Fiction: Fantasy, and it was a 2016 Kindle Book Award Semifinalist. The series, as a whole, received so much attention that the great Larry Elmore, the artist who painted almost every Dungeons and Dragons image you've ever seen, offered the cover for book ten, "A Gossamer Lens," --included in this anthology-- which went on to win a 2017 Readers Favorite Award. The Legend of Vanx Malic is a ground breaking 10 book series, started in 2004. These stories cross racial and sexual boundaries not previously featured in the fantasy genre. The hero, Vanx Malic, is forever caught up in racial turmoil due to the fact he is half-human, and half-Zythian. The two races hate each other for various reasons leaving Vanx shunned and feared over his heritage by almost everyone who learns his secret. His most trusted companion, a lesbian named Chelda understands, for she is looked upon, and shamed in their world, and by her father, in much the same way. They do not cross paths until book three, but the bond of trust they build throughout the rest of the series, while adventuring in some of the most dangerous, magical, places ever written, transcends the lovers, and haters they come across along the way. And those they befriend? Well, they have unique problems of their own that cause them to fit right in. Come see why so many different readers and literary award groups have heralded this series as a winner.
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