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Artemis has led a sheltered life, secluded from the world due to a health condition that a single mistake could prove fatal. A year ago, her mother died, leading her to spiral into a depression. Her music provided the hope she desperately needed. Inspired by the memory of her mom, she enters a contest to share her talents as a singer with the world to prove to herself that she has the courage to overcome her fears and to achieve her dreams.

Music becomes the key to opening a gateway between parallel worlds as two souls are reunited once more.

Full Moon

Music often inspires scenes, helps mold the tone of a narrative, and in some cases, defines a character.


What follows is a collection of songs that are the soundtrack to this novel.


The song, Think of Me, is sung by Artemis after she is encouraged by Tomasa in CHAPTER 1. She chooses a selection from the Phantom of the Opera. She feels both a connection to the Phantom hiding away from the world as well as Christine who yearns for her voice to be heard. She even wears a similar white mask.

The song, Undercover, is the final melody of CHAPTER 3 and is sung by Artemis. It is a representation of how she feels, hidden away from the world, masking herself from others. She often feels that people judge her based on the way she dresses. She yearns to break free from this life and reveal the truth of who she is.

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In CHAPTER 3, Tomasa plays her version of the song from the episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, The Inner Light. A story is told of an old Irish legend that is parallel to the events that take place in the television show. In that case, it is about a dying civilization on another planet.


In CHAPTER 5, Artemis takes a moment to practice singing before the audition before the judges. The lyrics of this song is perfect for what she’s feeling and the hint of a connection to an unknown force is ideal for her. This version is passionate, energetic, and powerful. That is exactly how Artemis performs it


In CHAPTER 6 before the four judges, Artemis sings this song. It reflects not the movie version, but the cover done by Pink with a single solo female artist singing. In an early draft idea for the story, it was meant to be a duet, but that’s represented by her sensing someone there and reacting to them on stage.

As much as the author liked the original and the cover done by Johnny Cash, this version with a female singer creates this haunting echo  that opens CHAPTER 7 for Artemis. This is what she is singing to herself, making references to the original affecting her as a teenager and later a cover by a “country music singer”.

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In CHAPTER 8, Artemis is invited to a party by a man she meets. This song begins to play, and she is asked to dance with him. At the end of the melody, she sees someone else, not the one she's dancing with. This is the beginning of her connection to a mysterious person from another world much like her own.


The song that Artemis performs in CHAPTER 9 is a representation of her strength and her ability to overcome obstacles. The lyrics of this song reflects that. Also, the merging of two octave sung by the same woman set up for an interesting plot element. Lastly, Carole and Tuesday is about aspiring musicians.


The original score for Chrono Trigger was orchestral until someone added lyrics to the original. To Far Away Times : On The Other Side/Epilogue became the perfect soulful melody for Artemis to express her feelings in CHAPTER 10 about her mother which was sung to her as a way to say goodbye to her daughter, knowing her time is limited.

CHAPTER 11 explores the concept of an empty room that is suddenly filled with individuals while two people are focused on one another. The flute sparked the idea that there was something bigger going on that is hinted at for the audience to discover. What triggers this magical moment is connected to music itself.


The song set the tone of the scene with the haunting melody. In CHAPTER 12, the author departed from the original lyrics to create a new poem. The song has two stanzas and repeats. He created four new sections to be sung in the book. The concept of one, then two voices, leading up to a choir drew its inspiration for this.


The original song was an energetic version created by Avicii. Following his suicide, this dedication was made in his honor. These events are alluded to in the book as having occurred in the world Artemis belongs to in CHAPTER 13. It represents her fears of fame taking its toll on her, potentially destroying her.


The four men and the woman singing are given a small cameo of sorts in CHAPTER 14 as they play this song with Nashota. The author wanted to use it for this book practically from the beginning but kept choosing other options throughout. He was happy to find a way to include it as inspiration.

The author knew from the beginning that the final song would be this one. Even in early drafts when the story was much different, this song was still in mind as to concluding the story. The themes, the lyrics, everything fit as a perfect conclusion in CHAPTER 15 for Twin Flame with an incredible final performance.


This song inspired a "deleted" scenario that does not occur in the novel but would be ideal for a movie or television series based off the book. This will add to the experience for the visual representation of the book on screen. Learn more about this new addition below under the "Bonus Scene" section of this page.

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Artemis is the daughter of a tailer that crafts designer suites for a merchant in the Savile Row in London. She has spent her life in the city. A little over a year after her mother died, she has found the courage to enter a talent contest to share her skills as a singer with the world. Unknown to her, she is about to connect with another world.

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Nashota has entered the competition with the goal of sharing her talent as a violinist. Shortly after arriving, she finds that her curiosity gets the better of her as she approaches Artemis. It isn't just for her unique style of clothing, but her aura of pain and sorrow. She wants to help heal the woman's wounded soul to achieve her dreams as a singer.



Elbert is meticulously detailed to the point that he has obsessive-compulsive disorder in that each detail of his life must be in perfect order. As a judge, he focuses on exacts, such as the correct pitch in music, the perfect angle during dancing, and specifics that in his mind must be technically correct.



Manal loves creativity, self-expression through the arts, and discovering new forms of presenting ideas to the world. She likes to be caught off guard by the unexpected, the unusual, and those who are willing to push the boundaries. She loves poetry, literature, music, dancing, painting, among many other interests.



Janis grew up in a home that opened up her mind to spirituality. She claims that she can see the aura of someone in the form of a glow of energy that surrounds them. As a judge at the competition, she seeks the soul of a presentation, someone who cares dearly for what they have created and are passionate about their art. 



Nico loves people of all types and is encouraging of all who come on stage to present their talents. They are openly flirtatious with men and women alike, enjoys the sensual details of the body, and doesn't hold back with a compliment. Friendly, outgoing, and is passionate about helping others achieve their dreams. 

Bonus Scene: Not Found In Book

In a movie/television presentation of Twin Flame, the conclusion of the story takes place after the final scene of the novel. It's a celebration of music, with people who participated in the competition throughout the movie/television series appearing on stage for one final performance. Artemis and Belinti are together, he dances while she sings this Symphony by Clean Bandit along with others who add a chorus of voices. A collection of songs has influenced, inspired this novel. In some instances, they are directly responsible for individual scenes throughout the book. This final song represents the joy that music brings to everyone.

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Hidden Author

Where would the Author make a cameo?

Stan Lee is notorious for making a cameo in movies and television series based off his written works. With that in mind, where would the author of this novel make an appearance in a visual adaptation of the book?

Television talent shows are well known for revealing people who may not be as skilled as others. They are allowed to audition before the judges for comical reasons or to create something interesting to add to promotional videos. A great way for the author to make an appearance in Twin Flame is to be one of those comically entertaining acts in between the featured talents of Artemis and Belinti? Now then, the question one must wonder, what would his talent be? 

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