Explore a world of sword and sorcery that’s as classic as it is bizarre with JENAVELLE, a knight who’s sick and tired of epic fantasy clichés, AMINA, a warrior princess with a fondness for romance and swashbuckling pirates, NIYA, a hard-drinking mercenary who really hates faeries, TOMOE, a samurai shaman who is struggling with her recent resurrection, and LOZEN, a beautiful hunter whose hobbies include fine cuisine, high fashion, and excessive violence.
These adventurers have curses to break, corpses to raise, and wars to end. Every shadow hides witches, ghosts, and living nightmares, and every quest forces these heroines to deal with their parents, for some reason. And each of them must return to her homeland and learn to harness the magic powers of the dragon, unicorn, faerie, kitsune, and jaguar!
Discover the world of Vaenos, where dragons are weapons of mass destruction, faeries are pests, mermaids are monsters, and everyone has long pointy ears. With elf heroes inspired by historical female warriors, this exciting twist on epic fantasy mashes up classics like Lord of the Rings with the modern style and humor of Supernatural, Buffy, Hellboy, and Archer.
Publisher’s note: This is Book 1 in the Elf Saga series. There is also a FREE preview of the complete first Part of this book on Amazon. Visit the author’s page to check it out!
Amazon Categories: Epic Fantasy, Sword and Sorcery, Action and Adventure, Myths and Legends, Dark Fantasy, New Adult and College, Humor, Coming of Age
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“The group of elf girls are hilarious. I love that it has everything you would expect from fantasy genre without retelling the same old tale.”