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Friday, September 25, 2015

Reviews on “The Outlander-Rise And Fall Of An Empire"

Review Point: 3.5 out of 5
Author: Abhijit Haldar
Publisher: Blackbuck Publication
Genre: Fantasy
ISBN: 978163415400
Page Count: 244

Platform:
Narration is about the battle field and a skipped warrior Roin Avon. He has not fought any fight till now and is confused whether his should move ahead or not. Story is divided into two major parts. On first part Roin with his stranger friend Horthur heads towards the Dorin Kingdom where fight would occur. Dorin Kingdom has been over took by Decallume after the death of Dorin. Roin has a special sword Stalwart. In the second part of the book, a war takes place where Avon plays his role and appears for his first fight to save the Dorin people from the dragon fire. What steps he follows to let people have breath of relief? Will he be able to win the war or be dead in the vengeance of Dercallume? What is Memeron Crystal and why it is the desire of every person? Why the sword Stalwart is special? To know the answer, a must read “The Outlander-Rise And Fall Of An Empire” book I of the “The God Triology”.

Strength Of The Book:
Author has knitted an amazing fantasy platform for the narration. Depiction of the emotions of a person who never appeared for a war before are really touching. Books run at the same from very first part to the end. Story is well planned. Showed map and appendix in the book let readers be more familiar with new words. Author has given equal place to each person and other things and also described well all the things before writing about. Book has received a good and happy ending which is actually the beginning of the next book.

Weakness Of The Book:
Too much grammatical errors have ruined the presentation. At many times, dialogues are just written without referring the person. It leaves bit confusion in the minds of readers. Many of new terms are introduced which cause perplexity at a certain place. Typos are also there. Very common grammatical errors make readers to skip the pages.

Conclusion:
Young author Abhijit Haldar has worked beautifully for the book. If you do not want to see grammatical errors, just skip the book otherwise this book promises full entertainment with thrill. Touching the originality of battle field and emotions of warrior, this book is a nice crisp to have the same heard thing in a different manner. Ending of the book leaves readers with a curiosity of “what happens next”.

Reviewing Point:
3.5 out of 5

Review By:
- Kamal Paneru

Also, if you want to know more about this teen author, read here a chit chat session with him.
Interview with Abhijit

Interview By:
- Kamal Paneru

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