Seed of Earth
At the dawn of human civilization, four separate tribes joined together to form the Quaternity. They have guided mankind throughout the centuries, responsible for such events as the rise of the Roman Empire, the Black Plague, and the Industrial Age. The tenuous peace between them has shattered, forcing those aware of their existence to prepare for war.
Spirits of the dead, beings known only in myth, and a legendary immortal are drawn to five-year-old Emma who is the key to the salvation of the world. Through her, hope is rekindled as the journey to reunify the primordial elemental artifacts begins.
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.
Are we the hunters? Are we the hunted? Are we the monsters? Who can you trust? Are you one of us? The lyrics of the song fits the theme of the book beautifully. Many individuals involved are considered monsters, abominations, to be eliminated, to “purify” the world. Yet, they are the protagonists, the heroes of the tale.