Deathsworn Arc: Lady Death

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A prequel to 'Deathsworn Arc: The Last Dragon Slayer' detailing how Vashni ended up in Trest and running into the companions. More
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About Martyn Stanley

Martyn Stanley is the author of 'The Deathsworn Arc' a epic fantasy adventures series dragons. He lives near the Staffordshire/Cheshire border in England, with his long suffering wife and two small children.

Martyn has always enjoyed epic fantasy novels and began reading them at a young age, starting with 'The Hobbit', ending with 'The Inheritance Cycle' and including everything in between.

His 'Deathsworn Arc' is more than a hack and slash, swords and sorcery series. It examines, faith, companionship, morality, pragmatism and more. If the characters of 'The Deathsworn Arc' come across as strange, it's partly because they're intended to. It isn't a series which will be dragged out indefinitely, it has a beginning, a middle and a definite end.

He already has the plot for his second series forming in his head.

To write is to create characters and to have freedom for them to succeed or fail and to travel wherever you want them to, and meet who ever you want them to meet.

He sincerely hopes you enjoy reading his epic fantasy adventure series 'The Deathsworn Arc' as much as he enjoyed writing it.

If you enjoyed my free, first book, why not buy me a coffee? -

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greygryphn reviewed on March 9, 2020

Lady Death (Deathsworn Arc Book 0) by Martyn Stanley is a wonderful story that I have read. This is book 0 in this wonderful start to a brand new series writen by a brand new author for me to read. I hgihly recommend this story to everyone who loves reading about fantasy.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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Jim Pike reviewed on Jan. 31, 2020

Quick little short story about Vashni, and how she came to travel with the companions. Gives her more of a backstory, than you had from the first book in the Deathsworn Arc series. Nicely put together, and very well told. The story progresses naturally, and flows evenly. Reading descriptions of things, I could actually picture it in my mind. You can read this first, or at any time in the series, as a filler.
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