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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

New Release: Colin Frake (Fire Mountain) - An Epic Fantasy Enhanced Ebook with Story, Illustrations, and Orchestra Music

Epic music masters Two Steps From Hell stretch the boundaries of the e-book, combining intriguing storytelling from Nick Phoenix, forty six hand drawn pen and ink illustrations from Otto Bjornik, and unforgettable musical themes from Thomas Bergersen recorded with a live orchestra. Additional music by Nick Phoenix. 

The world of Reanne has a secret bigger than the night sky. It lies buried deep under the town of Vigerock. It lives in the thoughts and dreams of the royals in Nightchurch. It is protected and observed by a mysterious woman named Shore. It is cultivated and revered by the witches of Fire Mountain. It is bestowed upon unsuspecting young men who live out their days as giants, shunned by the lowlanders. Some call it magic or witchcraft, but others know better. Reanne is a unique place in the universe, an outpost the holds clues to the origin of our existence. Colin Frake knows nothing of these things and spends his afternoons wandering Owlfoot Canyon. He is fifteen years old, a lowlander, who is about to be drawn into an adventure of epic proportions.





      Recording the Soundtrack

2 comments:

  1. This book's cool factor is off the charts!! The future of storytelling is looking pretty awesome:) Thanks for joining the launch team, Susan!

    IMAGINE: Epic Music Inspires Event

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  2. I would love to make this story into a videogame experience. I feel it is begging to be.

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