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Guardians of Aandor

Cal MacDonnell and Seth Raincrest are Guardians of Aandor, warriors from a medieval realm charged with hiding an infant prince from assassins. It’s been thirteen years since they’ve fled their homeland for twenty-first century America, but now Aandor’s enemies have found them and will stop at nothing to ensure Prince Daniel never ascends the throne.

“Combines crossover fantasy in the style of Charles de Lint and Mercedes Lackey with urban fantasy reminiscent of Jim Butcher in a hard knocks action tale.”—Library Journal (on Awakenings)

  • Blood of Ten Kings
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    • Blood of Ten Kings

    • Guardians of Aandor (Volume 3)
      Edward Lazellari
      Tor/Forge

    • Blood of Ten Kings is the action-packed finale of Edward Lazellari's epic fantasy Aandor trilogy.

      The Guardians return to their reality, ill-equipped to fend off Farrenheil's...

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  • The Lost Prince
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    • The Lost Prince

    • Guardians of Aandor (Volume 2)
      Edward Lazellari
      Tor/Forge

    • Edward Lazellari brings you The Lost Prince, and the race to find the missing prince is on . . .

      In Lazellari's debut fantasy, Awakenings, New York City cop Cal MacDonnell and...

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  • Awakenings
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    • Awakenings

    • Guardians of Aandor (Volume 1)
      Edward Lazellari
      Tor/Forge

    • A group of New Yorkers find themselves hunted by supernatural assassins. As they fight they heroes discover that they're not at all who they thought they were and they have a very important quest to fulfill.

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Edward Lazellari

EDWARD LAZELLARI has worked as an illustrator and graphic artist, doing projects for Marvel Entertainment, DC Comics, and Jim Henson Productions. His short story, “The Date,” won Playboy magazine’s prestigious college fiction contest in 1999. Lazellari lives in Jersey City, New Jersey.

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