The Long Journey Home

The Long Journey Home

by M. R. Mathias

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Overview

The Long Journey Home, wraps everything up nicely, but still manages to leave you wanting more. Amazing. --Digital Wizard

Vanx Malic can't seem to avoid adventure.

After following a crazy old wizard's map, to an island that no one else can see, Zeezle ends up on the edge of death.

Will Vanx be able to save his closest friend?

Will his goddess forgive him for losing his way?

All Vanx wants to do is get home to his lover, to see if she will go on the quest his goddess has commanded of him. But first, he has to retrieve another magical gem, from Falriggin's dungeon, on Three Tower Island.

A place Vanx has always wanted to go.

Action and adventure at every turn. Love and loyalty, will be tested. Friendship and fate, will be pushed to their boundaries. Death, and even life itself are at risk, in: The Long Journey Home, The Legend of Vanx Malic, Book 8.
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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781530940943
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/27/2016
Pages: 294
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.62(d)

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The Long Journey Home 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MelissaMcLeod8484 More than 1 year ago
The Long Journey Home starts out with so much great detail that it would be impossible not to get pulled in and feel like you're right there on the ship with Vanx and his friends. Although Vanx wants to head straight home for personal reasons his ship and his goddess have other plans for him. Vanx finds himself doing his goddesses bidding so as not to anger her further than he already had. She is-after all- the one who gave him life. Vanx is now on a quest to find all the seed gems for the heart trees and crack them in their correct locations. From sea leviathans to pirates, this book won't disappoint. The only complaint I have about this book and the precious book in the series is the time frame. There were some points where I thought only a day or two had passed then a later referral to something made it seem like a lot longer. I am just a bit confused how much time has actually lapsed throughout the series and especially these two books. Even with that though these are becoming favorites of mine that I will most likely purchase hard copies of to have in my collection to read over and over again, just like I do with Wheel of Time and The Sword of Truth series.