An immortal arbiter alongside his protégé, enter the city of the dead. Separated from their mortal bodies, Aethel and Emma explore the Necropolis, where spirits exist beyond the boundaries of time. Along with their unique allies, they must discover the truth about themselves before it’s too late.
Should they fail, billions of lives will be sacrificed to stop a growing threat to mankind.
With the Quaternity preparing for war, myths and legends begin to reveal themselves as King Arthur, citizens of Wonderland, and Frankenstein’s monster emerge to offer aid in a confrontation that 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.
The music itself has a haunting quality to it that definitely sets the tone for the book. It's a great way to introduce the audience to what is in store for them. The fact that the song is called, City of the Dead, is ideal. What I like about the song is that its not dark, scary, or menacing. Neither is the setting of the book.
Crystal of Air : The Movie
Bonus Scene: Not Found In Book
In a movie/television presentation of Crystal of Air... Hopefully, in time, a scene will come to mind that would be an ideal addition to this narrative. However, as of yet, none has been established. If you have read the novel and during your experience with this incredible world, you have come up with a potentially "deleted" scene not found in the book, an idea for the opening, or an interesting way to close out the story, then contact us at this address. If we like the idea, it will become cannon with you credited as creator of this scenario.
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