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The Alterator's Light (The Rune Cycle Book 1)

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What if you could bend, manipulate, and alter the energy around you?

Einar Amakiir has struggled for decades as a provincial Alterator in a land that no longer wants him, nor his kind. As a guardian in the land of Sacclon, Einar uses his ability and training to alter solar energy to heal, protect, enhance, and sometimes even kill. His protection of the province’s citizens
Kindle Edition, 623 pages
Published October 8th 2019
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Jason Meuschke
Aug 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
An outstanding fantasy thrill ride from a first time author! Unique twists and rich characters take the reader on a journey through a deeply detailed world. Looking forward to what happens next!
Feb 14, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I picked up this book at a book signing. Its really not my kind of fantasy but I like Dan’s approach to magic. It not the same wizard story as in many other fantasies and that’s part of what makes the story interesting. But the best part is the search for the main character’s family. I was riveted by his search and had to know if he was going to find them.
Jan 24, 2021 rated it really liked it
Intriguing concepts and well-developed characters populate The Alterator's Light. Sadly, Einer and Sean do not accomplish what I thought they might but it is good that this is only book one of The Rune Cycle! I especially look forward to learning more about Sean, Kirian, and Melek. On the occasions that I had to set the book aside for very long, I found the details of the multiple storylines hard to remember. ...more
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Dan Brigman has lived in Missouri his entire life and resides near the town of Knob Noster.

Fantasy and science fiction are his focus, yet he has published in the field of history. He loves writing stories which speak to humanity's essential relationship with nature. Throughout his adventures, magic, technology, and intellect are used to overcome challenges, unite devastated nations, or to restore

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