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As captain of the Starship Sunfire, Lexia has been forced to do the unthinkable. The burden of sacrifices she has made weigh heavily upon her as she nears her breaking point.

However, with one threat stopped at a severe cost, another lurks deep within the heart of the Cosmic Union as an enigmatic force emerges. A mystery reveals itself as the search for the survivors of an ancient civilization begins.

An unlikely crew is reunited as they determine the fate of the Universe. The past, present, and future converge as they prepare to finish what began a thousand years ago.

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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 is the opening for the sixth season of the Sunfire Chronicles as a television series. The opening credits of each season will reflect the changing cast of characters and allow for the opportunity to make numerous references to pop culture when it comes to science fiction and sci-fi, as well as introduce the characters.

The last time Dryad was seen was with this song playing shortly before vanishing. When she appears in this book, she is singing this song as she slowly moves around a tree in a clearing. She is aware that the others have arrived and begins singing it knowing that Brent will hear her words, spoken from the heart to him.


Near the end, a voice can be heard singing a song about the end of the Universe. This song inspired an introduction of a long-lost figure from the past that reveals themselves through this song. Those that hear it question whether it is who they think it is while being escorted to meet this individual.

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The emotional conclusion of the story was inspired by this song. The scene played out in my mind the first time I heard it. It begins when Parallax looks up to see a door appear and ends with the final blow of the knife striking her skull. The song fading into silence as she collapses into Lexia's arms for a tearful ending.


There is a collection of one-page scenes paying homage to all those who have made appearances throughout the series plays out during this song. That concept of giving closure for the audience was inspired by this. It comes to a conclusion as the narrative shifts to the scene on board Lexia's new ship.

Lexia's theme song appears in each "season" or movie based off the novel series. This version plays at the very end, creating a heartfelt, beautiful tone sung by a female singer. It's simple, just a piano playing and a woman's voice. It expresses the evolution of mind and spirit for her throughout her journey.


Have you read the novel: 

Liam's Legend?

Do you have any songs that you think should be added to this list for the soundtrack of

Dryad's Dream? 

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Liam's Legend : The Movie



Played by:

Zendaya is an actress that can reveal the subtle elements between Lexia's complex personality. She can embody the painful past, the playful humor, and the serious-minded leader. She can handle the physical demands of the role while expressing the depths of emotion that is Captain Lexia of the Starship Sunfire.



Played by:
Francesca Reale

Dryad is one of those characters that opens up a world of wonders for an actress in that the character is constantly developing, learning, and exploring new aspects of her personality as well as growing list of talents. Francesca has that wide eyed, innocent look to her that is ideal for this unique individual.



Played by:
Adam Rodriquez

He can be the action hero persona, but also portray a man who lets immediate concerns be like background noise that he ignores as he stays focused on the objective. He can show that yearning to be more emotional and expressive, but still show that reserved uncertainty that would fit Glen so well.



Played by:
Jim Parsons

Jim can portray the innocence and curiosity that this character is often motivated by. He can bring forth a genuine humanity to what would be a rigidly robotic role. He could play that fine line between being reserved and exploring emotional connections. Brent’s persona would play so well with this actor’s strengths.



Played by:
Vivienne Acheampong

Gold has been alive for thousands of years, bringing with her a relaxed, calm understanding of the Universe. Vivienne has that presence that I hope for Gold to bring to screen. Wise, comforting, gentle in her tone, a guide, a counselor, someone willing to say what is needed, and a powerful individual in a subdued, subtle way.



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Bonus Scene: Not Found In Book

In a movie/television presentation of Rua'So'Nid's Return... Footsteps can be heard echoing down the empty corridor of a space ship as a robed figure, explores the vessel. Ahead, a xenomorph from the Aliens movie series crawls into view, soon joined by four others. With his path blocked, he turns away, running down the corridor with the aliens in pursuit. Turning a corner he comes to a sudden stop, finding five yuatja warriors from the Predator franchise stand in his way of his escape. He turns thinking there is another path to escape and avoid confrontation. The xenomorphs have caught up with him, blocking off the other end of the corridor. With no other option left to him, the man pulls back his hood to reveal a human male. With a smile, he holds out an object in his hand. A light saber flares to life as he prepares for battle against both threats, confident in his victory.

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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?

The ending of the book involves a series of cameos from individuals featured throughout the series up until that point. A deleted scene features a confrontation between a version of xenomorophs from the Aliens franchise, a group of yautja warriors from the Predator series, and a lone warrior in a robe. Stuck between the two threats, he pulls back his hood to reveal who he is. The author. It is a fun wish fulfillment moment as a Jedi for the writer of the Sunfire Chronicles.


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