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Lexian Chronicles The - Omnibus

Harry Gallan

Publisher: Markosia Enterprises Ltd

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Follow Reena as she struggles to cope with brutal violence, loss, betrayal, excessively tough demands made of her as the daughter of the Chieftain and the unwanted attention of a monster. Due to huge demand The Lexian Chronicles is finally available as an omnibus edition collecting all twelve issues, concept and cover art, and never-before-seen commissioned paintings of the highest quality.

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