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The Anmorian Legends: Wrath of the Exiled

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His world long since shattered following the invasion of his home planet, Rezaaran Valhara is abandoned by fate to slavery. However, his fortunes take an unexpected turn when he is offered a chance to join the Intergalactic Revolution of Independent Systems in the ongoing war against the Obsidian Dominion.

Initially consumed by anger and doubts, plagued by the memories of
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Published June 4th 2015 by The Invictus Group (first published November 1st 2014)
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Joshua Grant
Mar 30, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Rebellion is rife in D.N. Pillay’s The Anmorian Legends: Wrath of the Exiled! After losing everything, Rezaaran Valhara has been thrust into slavery, but he soon discovers that his struggle for freedom is just beginning. Joining the resistance against an evil empire, he sets out on a quest to master his mysterious powers as the last War-Mage. I’m a huge sucker for rebellions against overwhelming empires, and Pillay’s story offered everything I could want! Smooth action, an interesting mystery, a ...more
Marc Secchia
Jun 21, 2015 rated it really liked it
Spectacularly over the top! Deliciously outrageous! Pillay serves up his villain as a nefarious paragon of ancient evil and his hero as a young man coming into his powers in this fantasy romp that happily pillages staples of the genre to deliver them gift-wrapped in a fresh package with a lovely soupcon of sci-fi thrown in for good measure.

Swords and sorcery meets spacecraft? Check. A villain that will bring out the worst of Lord Sauron in everyone? Check. Despotic Archlords pillaging entire pla
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The world building is one of a kind. I have never seen anything like this before. A great blend of fantasy and science-fiction. Pillar delivers his descriptions very carefully. It has sword combats and spaceships altogether.

The main strength of this novel is unexpectedly the villain. I won’t spoil anything here but the evil side of him reminds me of Sauron from Lord of The Rings. And I love it. Deceitful and completel
M.T. DeSantis
I received this book for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.

Read an excerpt at my blog.
First things first, I must express my amazement with the scope of this novel’s world. So many planets. So many races. Such far-reaching consequences and epic struggles. Anyone who wants lots of big-picture issues in their speculative fiction would not be at all disappointed here. The combination of science fiction and fantasy is fascinating. I mean, space wizards are always cool, but this goes
Oct 13, 2019 rated it liked it
This is book 1 in a story that spans across the galaxies and follows a young mage who starts the story as a slave but is soon told it is his destiny to become the strongest war mage, and the only one who would be capable of destroying the evil that has run amok for the last few centuries.

I received this book directly from the author, but all opinions are my own.

I thought the magic, the different worlds, the history, and the war were all thought out very well. I found the battles to be fascinatin
Esther Rabbit
Mar 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Awesome! I think this book is a perfect example of Science Fantasy. The blend is balanced, the wordbuilding a force to be reckoned with and our hero strong-willed and complex (just the way I like it!)
Apr 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This is a new author to me, and he has done a really wonderful job with his world and character building. It’s a decent length book and needs to be so the author is able to successfully world build as the novel progresses. I’m impressed with this great story.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Jacob Rundle
Apr 05, 2019 rated it liked it
I liked this story by Dhesan Neil Pillay. The world building is one of a kind. For once, I was more rooting for the villain. I was immersed in the world that the author had created, but was left feeling empty with the character development. It feel short for me. Overall, I still enjoyed the story, but I'm hoping the future works are smoother. ...more
S.U. Ramesh
Wrath of the Exiled, the first book in the fantasy adventure series The Anmorian Legends, is a mixed bag. The writing is strong, the overall story is interesting, but the book suffers from a drawn-out plot.

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Oct 10, 2017 rated it it was ok
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This book is an ambitious one and it is easily apparent as you read the story to see the author’s efforts in crafting it. The storyline does promise a lot of bombastic stuff and the author lays down some pretty cool concepts however the characterization mars the story as its seems very archetypal.
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My name is Dhesan Neil Pillay from Durban, South Africa.

Writing has always been a passion for me, encouraged by my parents and several inspiring English teachers through my schooling years.

When I am not writing to an eclectic playlist while sipping on strong, dark roast coffee, I spend my days working as a junior doctor specializing in paediatrics.

Both medicine and writing are joint passions of

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