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The Twilight Realms
  • 70,000 copies of the trilogy sold in France!
  • Imaginative dark magic, tormented characters and superb storytelling
  • The first and still one of the best, French Fantasy authors
  • Including Abyme: rights sold for animation movie and video game
Mathieu Gaborit
The Twilight Realms
(Les Royaumes crépusculaires)
Type
Fantasy
Word count
225,500
All rights available

‘Young, gritty author Mathieu Gaborit ranks with Anglo-Saxon masters’ L’Humanité

There’s a secret place known as the Dying Day, where legends spring to life. Hidden beneath the eternal shadow of a gigantic tree, the Dying Day is a school where blade masters and magicians instruct their students in the mystical rites of a strange and dark power.

Within the mysterious boundaries of the school walls Agone, son of the deceased Baron de Rochronde, faces forces of sheer darkness. Sometimes a pupil, sometimes a conspirator, he has to fight for his survival in a web of intrigue centred on a vast but hidden design. Nobles and mages alike are quarrelling bitterly around him. And with a firm grip on a magical rapier endowed with a soul, there’s a chance that the future of the land beyond the walls of the Dying Day may rest in his hands…

  • 70,000 copies of the trilogy sold in France!
  • Imaginative dark magic, tormented characters and superb storytelling
  • The first and still one of the best, French Fantasy authors
  • Including Abyme: rights sold for animation movie and video game

About the author

Mathieu Gaborit
Mathieu Gaborit was also born in 1972. He was the first French writer to explore the modern fantasy genre and is still one of its best-selling proponents.