The Outlander: Rise and Fall of an Empire

The Outlander: Rise and Fall of an Empire

Abhijit Haldar / Apr 06, 2020

The Outlander Rise and Fall of an Empire I am from a war I will either end in one or live it to fight another It keeps me going years after the Battle of Dert a war had been waged by Wale over Dorin The vengeance of Dercallume threaten

  • Title: The Outlander: Rise and Fall of an Empire
  • Author: Abhijit Haldar
  • ISBN: 9781634154000
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • I am from a war I will either end in one, or live it to fight another It, keeps me going 17 years after the Battle of Dert, a war had been waged by Wale over Dorin The vengeance of Dercallume threatens the whole kingdom as he orders for a dragon fire The perished hopes of the outnumbered men of Dorin are revived when Roin Avon comes to the war with an oblivious sword I am from a war I will either end in one, or live it to fight another It, keeps me going 17 years after the Battle of Dert, a war had been waged by Wale over Dorin The vengeance of Dercallume threatens the whole kingdom as he orders for a dragon fire The perished hopes of the outnumbered men of Dorin are revived when Roin Avon comes to the war with an oblivious sword, the Stalwart Thought to be forged with a soul by alchemy, it is the mightiest weapon in the whole of Darth that helps them to evade the war and run into exile They head to the Frozen Kingdom for the Frozen Games, which if won, would let them the strongest weapon of the kingdom Who am I I am an Outlander This is not what I should be Supposed to be the last Outlander of the Outlandish race who are people with half souls, Roin s existence will prove threat to the rule And with the unfulfilled vengeance of the mad man, evil forces are allying and preparing for a war somewhere in the West Roin must confront the truth and find answers to his questions, and lead the comradeship of his fellowmen to the other kingdoms, while the darker minds are prevailing and aiming for a crown much craved for.

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      • Abhijit Haldar

        Born in the beautiful and scenic state of Assam, he started writing almost at the age of 8, with poems and short stories, and this passion burgeoned when he went on to write novels With two unpublished novels, he has since then written a number of short stories, poems, articles et cetera which are often published in various magazines and websites When he doesn t feels to pen down words, he goes out for photography into the fascinating world of nature Other than that, he likes listening music and watching movies a lot, and says that the former sometimes work out as inspiration for his poems.


    632 Comments

    1. 1. Writing a full length novel against a backdrop which none of the readers had ever seen is not simple. Abhijit did exactly that with a bundle of simplicity.2. The author connected the dots quite well throughout the story.3. Abhijit showed tremendous maturity atypical of his age to hold the story together till the end. A must read for everyone and somehow my gut feeling says - Abhijit will make it big in the Indian literary landscape. 4. At times, the choice of words looked slightly out of plac [...]


    2. Definitely a rise of a good seriesHuge thanks to the author for providing me with a copy of the book Before I step into the depths of the book, I want to say how amazed I am at the level of intensity and story development that the book showcases. I was truly blown away by the concept of the book because I am not aware of any other Indian fiction touching upon such a level of intricacy and in depth imagination to the core plot. It really shows that there is a level of talent in the Indian literar [...]


    3. Honestly speaking I was a bit reluctant about reading and reviewing this book because the genre was not of my choice but when I read the prologue, it was too inviting that I couldn't resist the decision to read and review.The flow and presentation of story is really very good. The language is simple, lucid, clear and effective. The characterization is so nicely done that it doesn't appear to be the work of a debutant author. The author has got good imaginative power. The fictions civilizations a [...]


    4. **** I received this book as a giveaway from Author Abhijit Haldar in exchange for an honest review******For more visit: iread2express/2015Truly speaking, I am not sure of how to begin with what I felt about this book. Even now, I am trying to comprehend in my head about what was happening and what was the story all aboutThe Outlander is the story of a warrior named Roin. He was a no-one and after the death of his parents, raised himself on his own. His only desire was to become a 'God' and pro [...]


    5. Roin Avon, our protagonist, had started off as a ‘nobody’. Orphaned at a young age, he is used to taking care of himself and surviving against the odds. This has made him confident and he aspires to be known as ‘someone’ instead of the ‘nobody’ that he has been all his life. The book starts with The Battle of Dert giving us a glimpse of Roin. The book is then further divided into two parts – The Battle of the Two Realms and The City of Kurmime. From powerful swords to mythical crea [...]


    6. Firstly , i like the cover of the bookossy.s me a feeling that i am reading a standard book.Secondly, as the debut novel, i didnt expected that the author would write so well, particularly at this age.But he broke my misconception , the book is upto the international level. ITS LIKE ARE READING A FOREIGN AUTHOR BOOK AND NOT INDIAN.The story is amazing.Wowhat an awesome read.The blurb clearly indicates the storyline.This is the first part in the series- GOD TRIOLOGYlooking forward to read more fr [...]


    7. Plot:Focusing specifically on war and how an empire rise and the other falls with it, ‘The Outlander’ is the first part of the ‘The God Trilogy’ series. The book is divided into two parts, First part of the book describes a war that is taking place between The Gods and The Wales. The Gods being the weaker side have very little hopes of winning he battle but their hopes takes a new turn when Roin, the central character of the book enters the war with one of the powerful weapons, The Stalw [...]


    8. Review :- The Outlander By Abhijit HaldarThe Rise and Fall Of an Empire Congratulations For your debut book and thanks for counting me in your reviewer listOutLander means A foreigner or a strangerThis book is the first book of the "God Trilogy"This book is further divided into two partsSo here are the detailed glimpse of the book Part One :- The battle of Two Realms To begin with,this story captures the battle(called as The Game of Gods) episode between two realms i.e The Dorin's(the Gods) and [...]


    9. A real good work by author. The language is simple and impressive. But I feel title could have been bit more special after reading the book. This is too common title. The publisher could have edited the book a bit properly.Beginning of the book is good thought of and well executed. Overall satisfactory. Many congratulations, Abhijeet.Thanks,Bijendra KumarThree Jobless Freaks


    10. My experience, reading the Outlander was really amazing.When you read the book, you feel as if you're a part of it- the thrilling adventures, the bestial battle and the endearing story of Roin and Gwenn. Everything in this book, is put in so professionally and immaculately, that it's hard to believe it has been written by a 14 year old boy. Well done


    11. Review Point: 3.5 out of 5Author: Abhijit HaldarPublisher: Blackbuck PublicationGenre: FantasyISBN: 978163415400Page Count: 244Platform: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 [...]


    12. For the debutant, the most difficult question before the launch of the book is always that whether the readers will accept me and if the genre is pretty different from the usual’s in the market then the risk doubles itself. The same question would have arrived in front of Abhijit Haldar, author of The Outlander.Debuting with a storyline that is based on Mythological Fantasy Fiction is a tough call and I would like to appreciate the author to take up this decision. He wrote something pretty unu [...]


    13. “Outlander: Rise and Fall of an Empire” by Abhijit Haldaris an enthralling work by the author.Its plot is unique & exceptional.I recommend it to those who no longer find love storiesabsorbing. I found “The Outlander” to be studded withinspiring and philosophical reflections.“You don’t need to know anyone because your road of lifewill at any point meet someone else’s road that you don’tknow, but they are connected to your life in a drasticway”.At another instance, “Life is [...]


    14. A book that holds the thrill and mystery of history. Abhijit, being almost of same age, is a really fluent narrator of a story. His narration has that essence of suspense which grips the reader to turn the pagesBrother! I am eagerly waiting for the next two <3If you love myths,legends, history or thriller, you must try this book out



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