A weapon fueled by spiritual energy threatens to erase the existence of billions of lives. Not just mortal death, but the removal of all traces of their presence upon the world. The keys to prevent this cataclysmic event will be discovered across the globe as unexpected allies are revealed.
The man who inspired Frankenstein’s monster. A hidden vault of artifacts guarded by a spirit and a vampire. An apprentice of the Alchemist. Demon hunters determined to end the world in bloodshed.
A unique group of companions led by the arbiters of the Quaternity will decide the fate of the world.
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.
This song inspired a "deleted" scenario that does not occur in the novel but would be ideal visually for a movie or television series based off the book. This will add to the experience for the visual representation of the book. Learn more about this new addition below under the "Bonus Scene" section of this page.
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Aethel must prepare to confront a former ally, another immortal that knows of him from when he was once a king. With his protégé by his side, he seeks out his former companions who are spread across the globe with the aid of someone he is uncertain if he can trust. He races against time as humanity faces annihilation.
Life on the run is not easy for a five-year-old orphan. It is made easier when Emma interacts with the two spirits that provide companionship and love when confronted with the atrocities of the world. A gift of the original collection of Winnie-the-Pooh dolls brings her joy when they begin to move on their own to greet her.
When assigned to provide aid to Aethel and Emma by her mentor, the Alchemist, Trixie knew she would be putting herself in danger. However, she didn't realize she would be in a bar full of demon hunters or having an army of Seraphim threatening her life. She has a hidden agenda that could threaten those who learn to trust her.
Scythe has found an ally that she feels a deep sympathy for, a spirit trapped in a body that cannot die. Normally, she would be pessimistic about the future of the world, feeling that it will burn to the ground with no hope in sight. Being around Quinn has made her feel more optimistic about humanity’s fate. Well, at least just a little bit more than before.
Quinn was raised by a father who had little time for her, focused on his studies as an academic. She was raised watching movies, television, and reading books adding to her vast knowledge of fictional narratives. She is learning through experience that much of what she thought was fantasy was inspired by real people.
Prometheus is a spirit trapped in a mortal shell that cannot die. No blade can cut his skin, bullets do not pierce his flesh, he is invulnerable, for death will not claim him. He is motivated by intense emotions that have led to atrocities acted in moments of wrathful anger. It is his story that inspired Mary Shelly to write her novel, Frankenstein.
Henry is forced to confront his estranged mother with whom he has had little interactions with. She chose her life as a hunter over being a parent to a son that did not follow in her footsteps. He instead chose to be involved with artifacts like his father. He has the opportunity to resolve their past if she doesn't get him killed first.
Linda is a hunter, dedicating her life to eradiating all threats to humans, be it demon or monster. She inherited her skills from her family that have been involved in doing so for generations. She had hoped that Henry, her son, would follow in her footsteps but was disappointed when he chose the path of his father, an artifact collector.
His ancestors were Fenrir, humanoid wolves that appeared more animal than human. In the distant past, a romantic union between one of their kind and a human led to generations of hybrids, one including his father. His mother was human. Francis was the most like the paternal side of his family. He hates the term werewolf.
Trapped in Sanctum Sanctorum of Infinite Possibilities, Carmilla and Milo are surrounded by artifacts imbued with spiritual energy that may provide a key to the salvation for mankind. The problem is, they are locked inside with no way out. They must get help from a spirit unlike any they have encoutnered before to save the world.
He begins his journey of self-discovery within a vast warehouse hidden from the world. It is there that he is given a unique gift of a bag that appears empty, but there is promise of the key to global salvation within. Now he just has to figure out how to invoke its unique capabilities, secrets the Statue of Liberty may reveal.
Esper was able to find and contact Henry's mother to save his life. Yet, it seems like she has only delayed the inevitable. While providing guidance and information to those she is in contact with, she discovers someone is attempting to break into her computer system and learn of the location of her underground home.
Bonus Scene: Not Found In Book
In a movie/television presentation of Meteorite of Fire, Quinn, Scythe, Prometheus, Milo, and Carmilla are returning to America by boat. They are on the deck of the ship when they see New York in the distance. The song, America the Beautiful, as mentioned earlier is playing. It is a haunting version that accents a series of images of the worst atrocities that has occurred within the history of the country. It reveals all the hatred, anger, violence, destruction, bigotry, suffering, and the worst elements of a country that prides itself on being an ideal. When in reality, the rich lead hedonistic lifestyles while the poor suffer. It is meant to reflect everything that the tribe of fire encourages: Destruction, war, conflict, the need to dominate at any cost.
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?
The author has traveled extenstively throughout his life, from Indiana to Washington DC, to New York, Naigra Falls, Detroit and onto Chicago. From Chicago all along Route 66 to Los Angeles, then up to San Franscisco. He has visited Mt. Rushmore, the Grand Canyon, Roswell (aliens!), and all throughout the south. All reached by his car. During the group's road trip, they use a rest stop for a scene. A perfect place for a cameo for the experienced traveler/novelist.