VLV fantasy series

The Viscount of the lost Verentia: a medieval fantasy with strong Romanian influences, where adventure mixes with politics and reveals decades of secrets. Less Dracula, more dragons, and a bunch of assertive female warriors!

10 years have passed since the Revolution that brought the Wallachian counties together. There is peace in United Wallachia, but that is about to change. A mad criminal escapes from prison, mystical creatures roam the land and the capital is full of enemies of the crown. The faith of a coutry lies in the hands of a young peasant and a teenage Dragon-Flyeress.

Meet the female lead:

A country is rebuilt from its own ashes. The people have left the horros behind. Except Liliana Venom. To her, the flames envelop her every time she closes her eyes. Her tears have nurtured a tree of vengeance. The time has come for those who have wronged her to reap what they saw…

Meet the male lead

When the opportunity of studying at one of the land’s most prestigious military academies arises, Justin sees is as the first step in making his dreams of flying a dragon come true. But there is more to the school than meets the eye and he soon learns that there is more to fear than just fire-breathing dragons.

Fun facts:

  • the first VLV novel was finished on the same January day in 2007 as J.K. Rowling finished Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows.
  • the book lauch was exactly JKR’s publication day too: 26th June.
  • VLV has been acclaimed to be The Harry Potter of Romania.


  1. The light of Trodheim (2018) – soon to be released in English
  2. The children from the mist (2018)
  3. The Queen’s army (2019)
  4. The game of shadows (2021)

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