Equimancer's Realm

Rated 5.00/5 based on 7 reviews
Six continents.
Twenty cultures.
A world filled with raucous festivals and building resentments.
Brute force against special mental abilities.
Ancient warfare versus the newest steam-weapons.
In the first book of the ‘Cycle of Balance’ series, the threat of a worldwide war is spreading from the United Empires – the continent that is enveloped by an immense and mysterious Structure. More
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About A.B. Robertson

A. B. Robertson is a translator, astrologer, gamer and the author of the dark fantasy series 'Cycle of Balance'.

A. B. has lived in several different European countries and presently resides near Glasgow, as well as in Azeroth and Tyria.

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Review by: szab1d1 on Jan. 5, 2015 :
I really enjoyed this book. First of all, it has something that is a basic requirement for fantasy books for me; a map.
The plot is intriguing, the characters are very well developed.
The world is immense and all the countries and cultures are very different from each other. I particularly liked the Sareans with their own language.
I will recommend this book to my friends.
Can't wait for the second part.
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Review by: lesley99 on Dec. 20, 2014 :
As a new reader to the Fantasy genre, I really enjoyed this debut novel. A B Robertson shows imagination, wit and a mastery of language. The development of the characters elicits responses in the reader ensuring engagaement in the various layers of plots and sub plots. I look forward to the second book in what I hope will be a series about the Realm.
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Review by: Graeme Kerr on Dec. 16, 2014 :
A friend recommended this book to me a month or two ago so I thought I'd download it to give it a read.

I wasn't expecting it to be my kind of story but after the first couple of chapters, I really got in to it.

A good read, give it a chance.
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Review by: sullyxxx78 on Oct. 13, 2014 :
As a lover of Star Wars, I was unsure what to expect from this book, as I don't usually read fantasy. I was pleasantly surprised however, as very quickly I was taken in by the beautifully created world that the author has created.

I loved the depth of some of the characters and the way the author interjects humour in amongst serious plot-lines and story direction.

I was so engrossed in the book that very quickly I found pages to be flying by.

I felt I could relate to various characters, especially Octarian.

A thoroughly enjoyable book, despite the cliffhanger ending, but this only makes me wish for a quick release date for the second book.

Thanks .
Stewart mckirdy
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Review by: JMaine on Sep. 18, 2014 :
After reading through this book in a week or so, I found this book to be a refreshing change from the black/white, good/evil, hero wins against all odds type of fantasy books Ive read recently.

A.B. seems to have built a world based around the morally grey choices that make up real life.

I look forward to the next book.
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Review by: JM1978 on May 26, 2014 :
I found this book recently and enjoyed it so much I just had to give it a review.

Its kind of complicated as its a big universe the author has created but I soon found myself getting drawn into a clever story with some REALLY unexpected twists.

Bring on the next please A.B. !
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Review by: mandorallen on April 25, 2014 :
As an avid fantasy reader I'm always looking out for the next book to enjoy. I stumbled across this while looking through the free section and liked the cover so gave it a go.
A.B. seems to have built a complex and interesting world with several interlocking story lines that all pull together towards the end.

I really enjoyed this first instalment and look forward to the next one (hopefully soon)
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