Paragon Dracus: The Legend of Vanx Malic Book Six

Paragon Dracus: The Legend of Vanx Malic Book Six

by M. R. Mathias


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The Legend of Vanx Malic Book Six - Paragon Dracus.

Vanx, his full blooded Zythian friend Zeezle Croyle, Gallarael, and Chelda Flar, set out for Dragon Isle, to hunt down the terrible force who calls himself Paragon Dracus, but they soon find they've underestimated its power.

Meanwhile, King Russet Oakarm, his small group of Zythian wizards, and his hand-picked soldiers, begin rounding up stray Parydonians and spreading the word across the kingdom lands that his father has been dazed by the evil, shape-shifting creature's entrancing trident, and is no longer the true king. In fact Russet's father wants nothing more than to kill him, just as the Paragon ordered.

When the unthinkable happens, and Vanx Malic is taken by the Trigon Daze, his crew, and all those who love him, will be forced to attempt the impossible to save him.

Odds are, they don't stand a chance against something as ancient and powerful as this foe, but sometimes a common threat can cause a lifelong enemy to become an ally. Sometimes to win the day you have to make a deal with a devil. Don't miss this one. Vanx Malic Book Six will blow you away.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781514689837
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/14/2015
Pages: 380
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.78(d)

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Paragon Dracus: The Legend of Vanx Malic Book Six 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Klebkatt More than 1 year ago
While the toilet humor is toned down from the previous books, what's really off putting are two things: the sudden change from using Britishisms to using Americanisms, and the fact that the spelling of a character's name has changed. Since it was an established element, the author should have simply left it. However, since he did change it, then he needs to update it across the board, meaning readers who have the previous books will need to update them should they want to. Also, the quotes need to be placed consistently in the same place from book to book. Better yet, remove them because they are unneeded. I'm glad that the author is growing as a writer and has started to move away from the childishness of the previous books, but the changes that were made weren't needed.
Gabby_martinez23 More than 1 year ago
The fantasy genre has had many authors come and go, some good and some not so good. Over the years, I have had the pleasure to read some of the good ones. I have also had the misfortune to read some of the bad ones, and believe me, there have been some bad ones. But I digress. I am not here to pitch out venom or bile toward the ones that I didnt like, the ones that pushed my eyes and brain to the brink of painful bleeding with their badly written stories and badly thought out plot lines. What Im here to do is give you a small account of what I believe is a very well written and plotted out fantasy story. And, for some, that is a marvel among itself. I started reading fantasy many years ago after my mother purchased for me a copy ofyes, before you think the idea is a cliche, let me tell you, back then it was NOT a cliche, and in this case, it was the love of a parent instilling the love of reading to her child…now where was I? Oh yes, she bought me a copy of J.R.R. Tolkiens The Hobbit. When I started to read the story of Bilbo on his adventure, I was completely hooked. Ive read many books since, and not many have gripped me as that one did. Until this series fell into my lap. The Vanx Malic series by M.R. Mathias. The Vanx Malic series, though not already well known, has done the things that other good fantasy series have done. And that is, it has given us a complex character with an intriguing story line that keeps you asking for more. Mathiass rich depictions of landscapes and battles will keep you turning the page until the end, until there are no more pages to turn. For some writers, the art of story telling is a chore, and for some its something that flows with ease. Mathias is one of the few that, when you read his work, youll see that it just flows for him. This is the sixth book in The Vance Malic. The journey that you embark upon when you open the latest chapter of the series is one filled with a grand adventure, a journey that will make you want to go back to the beginning where it all started. It is for this reason that I chose to review this story. To invite you to begin a quest: a grand quest of adventure, loyalty, friendship, and above all, the art of battle. It is difficult to explain the story to you without giving anything away. I highly recommend this novel, as well as the previous installments of The Vance Malic. They will take you down the path of imagination and adventure. So go and pick up a copy, Im sure youll not be disappointed, I know I wasnt.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Book six is fantastic!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
oh my book six is greatness, Highly impressed. Your missing out if you have not checked out the Vanc Malic series books 1-6. Keep them coming M R Mathias
Santosh More than 1 year ago
Paragon Dracus: The Legend of Vanx Malic Book Six by M. R. Mathias Mathias continues his series of fantasy books with a fascinating story of Vanx and his friends, Zeezle Croyle, Chelda Flar and Gallarael. On their dangerous journey they reach a mysterious island only to find out it is already inhabited by something known as Paragon Dracus. This story is all about the adventure spirit, loyalty, courage, love and friendship, that all together can beat any kind of evil even if the chance is so small that it seems impossible. Well, the impossible does happen sometimes, but what if Vanx and his friends have to sacrifice something a lot, lot more, than they ever expected? And an ancient and powerful evil force has its own plans on the kingdom, while Vanx and his loyal friends are all set to hunt it down, but what can they do to defeat Paragon Dracus, or, perhaps, get it on their side? Mathias has opened a whole new exciting world of fantasy: take a bit of Tolkien's influence, a bit of Robert Johnson's, too, pack it up with a lot of action, great writing style, well-developed characters and thrilling, entertaining, engaging plot... and, of course, wait for the book seven. "The Legend of Vanx Malic" series is definitely going to take up some space on a fantasy lover's bookshelf. I loved the read and it is worth 4 out of 5 ratings any day. Thanks.