The Krantin Omnibus: Books 1 & 2

For the first time ever, The Krantin Omnibus collects a duology of beloved epic fantasy novels from author Juanita Coulson.

“A richly-detailed construction of fantasy … A complex culture with a sorcerous touch upon the whole.” C.J. Cherryh

Including:

The Web of Wizardry

They appeared from nowhere … An implacable horde that ravaged the lands of Krantin, slaying and taking their own death wounds in eerie silence.

The only hope for survival lies in an alliance of Royal forces with the fiercely independent desert marauders, the Destre-Y — and with a perilous linkage of all of Krantin’s adepts of magic.

The young Troop-Leader Danaer, Destre-born but sworn to Royal service, is the key to the uneasy partnership of ages-old enemies.

But his love for the enchantress Lira is now imperilling the final confrontation between the malignant enemy sorcerer and the protection of the web of wizardry…

The Death God’s Citadel

Alighting in a new land, Tyrus and Erezjan are no strangers to a life of wandering. They have travelled far and wide across the realm of Krantin, descrying regions from afar.

Now they find themselves integrated into life in a distant and eccentric new province, Couredh. Before long, it becomes obvious that they will not be able to conceal the true nature of their arrival from the locals for long…

Their true mission: to track down a murderous wizard named Vraduir.

Tyrus and Erezjan have set themselves on his trail in an attempt to prevent him from wreaking more havoc and destruction upon the people of Krantin.

But they can’t do it alone…

Praise for Juanita Coulson:

“Coulson works on an enormous canvas — sometimes almost overwhelming. The characters are always memorable.” Marion Zimmer Bradley

“A richly-detailed construction of fantasy … A complex culture with a sorcerous touch upon the whole.” C.J. Cherryh

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Juanita Coulson

Juanita Coulson

Juanita Coulson is an American science fiction and fantasy writer. She is also widely known in filk music circles since the 1950s for her singing and songwriting; she has won several Pegasus Awards for her filking. For thirty-three years, she co-edited the science fiction fanzine Yandro with her husband “Buck” (Robert Coulson). Yandro was nominated for a Hugo Award every year from 1958-1967; it won the award in 1965, thus marking Coulson as one of the very first women to be so honored. She has nearly twenty published books, almost all of which will be re-released in ebook format by Venture Press, including her acclaimed Krantin and Children of the Stars series.

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