Lantos is a demigod, the orphaned son of the Titan of the Unseen and a human mother raised on the streets of Washington DC. His sole mission in life: to be worthy of his father’s attention and hopefully one day, shed his human weakness and win his father’s love.

In his haste to help Princess Phoibe, Lantos stumbles upon a discovery that changes his life and destiny forever. Not only does he find someone capable of shoring up his very human weaknesses but he also uncovers a secret he believes will win over his father.

However, to use both to his advantage, he risks disobeying his father. Lantos is forced to decide how far he’s willing to go to get what he wants in life.

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Keep em coming!
By Honeybuns (4.0 out of 5 stars) on October 5, 2015
Starting to wish these were longer but I'm still very pleased. Finding out who Lantos was was great as well. Will continue on

Five Stars
By ABookFiend (5.0 out of 5 stars) on November 1, 2015 these books.

The Boy Who Shouldn't Be
By Nocturnus (5.0 out of 5 stars) on July 10, 2016
This series must be read in order. The first book is Alessandra. The second book is Mismatch. The third book is Phoibe. This is the fourth book. I can't wait to read Theodocia!Lantos is the demigod son of a Titan. Looked down upon by Gods and Humans alike is not a good way to live. His father has promised him a place among the Titans if he proves himself worthy... Too bad his Human compassion keeps getting in the way! He cares for Phoibe and feels the need to save her, help her, protect her. They are friends after all. Will he be able to find Mismatch in time to help Phoibe? Will he ever gain his father's acceptance and praise? Can he fulfil his mission without compromising himself or Phoibe? Will he finally earn his place among the Titans?***This series is suitable for young adult through adult readers who enjoy paranormal in their modern fantasy suspense thrillers filled with the Old Gods and a bit of scifi 🙂

Here comes the pain
By Lizzie Malone (4.0 out of 5 stars) on June 8, 2016
In all good stories, there will be a place where the pain and heartache begins. Though it seems as is all will come to rights, as is the story and it's people are about to be rewarded, it will not come here. And it becomes clear, are heroes may not be as good as we hoped. Time to grow up.

By Marsha Jeanne Thalleen (5.0 out of 5 stars) on May 1, 2016
Lantos is the fourth episode in the Omega Beginnings Miniseries by Lizzy Ford. Lantos is a terrifically written character who is a demigod desparate to please his father. I love that the circle is beginning to come around to rescue the characters that we have already met. This story line is absorbing and the characters are very deep. It is one of the reasons I love that each miniseries digs deeper into each new character.

Great Miniseries
By Kim Johnson (5.0 out of 5 stars) on December 27, 2015
Great Miniseries

Three Stars
By Kindle Customer (3.0 out of 5 stars) on December 3, 2015

Amazing how he turns out in the end
By Kathleen G. Cerrato (5.0 out of 5 stars) on November 4, 2015
A shadow of a man, who is under the thumb of his father. Amazing how he turns out in the end. He has a kind heart. Another fantastic character created by Lizzy Ford. this series gets better and better.

Mr. Lonely and Displaced
By Rae Sontheyon (@Hey, It Was Free!) (5.0 out of 5 stars) on November 1, 2015
Being not fully human or fully titan, Lantos is a special demigod. Seeking the approval of his titan father, Lantos is sent to spy on all who are in power. Lantos has the ablity to be unseen by gods and humans alike, living in the shadows by being a shadow. It's while doing this mission for his father that he meets the young princess Phoibe. He and Phoibe are kindred souls both thought to be worthless but each special in their own right. SO while he is meant to destroy her, Lantos finds he may not be able to do as his father commands. Lantos seeks out another way to gain favor and stumbles upon Mismatch, who then leads him to Alessandra which might be the key to earning him his place alongside his father. Overall, great backstory. Lantos is basically that lost little boy just wanting to please his evil father. The guy only wants a place to call his home but no one will have him, except for Phoibe. Which is why it's such a conflict of interest for him when he is told to hurt her. So I can't wait to see how Phoibe and Lantos relationship grows in the main series to come. Oh and I'm super upset and what he did to the amazing Mismatch, but I'll at least give him points for feeling guilty about it.------Read more of my reviews at: