October 30, 2020, 04:48:18 AM

Author Topic: The Atlas of Dreams – Sins of the Maker (book 1)  (Read 843 times)

Offline DCuervonegro

Re: The Atlas of Dreams – Sins of the Maker (book 1)
« Reply #15 on: August 10, 2020, 04:11:22 AM »
Blurb:
A futuristic medieval civilisation, dependent on the power of a girl they dub God, is caught in the tempest of the world’s end. Sara the Thirty-fourth must understand the origin of her people’s cycle of suffering while those who try to protect her unravel the horrors of the Last Cycle.

In the year 3417 AT the children of creation will fight.
Warriors of the Second Breath will rise to meet a final sunset.
The wrath of nature will sow the fields of war through its army of angels
and the world will be silent and still.
All will return to the moment of beginning
and we shall be as Gods.

Sins of the Maker explores the motives of our suffering through the relations of its characters with their creators; mothers, fathers, gods, and the ideas that forge in us our fates. It is an action-packed adventure that exposes the human heart to the love and pain of an existence in constant search for purpose.

This is the Atlas of Dreams, our world expiring, our conscience rising.


Offline Bender

Re: The Atlas of Dreams – Sins of the Maker (book 1)
« Reply #17 on: September 25, 2020, 12:32:05 AM »
Artwork looks fabulous!
"I shall hunt your firstborn children and laugh with glee as I tell them of your death in terrible detail, with many unpleasant adjectives!" - M-Bot

"Who needs science when you have a dragon?" - Neil DeGrasse Tyson in Sharknado 6

Offline DCuervonegro

Re: The Atlas of Dreams – Sins of the Maker (book 1)
« Reply #18 on: September 25, 2020, 02:35:40 AM »
I don't know... I changed the cover art but now I'm starting to like my first cover more. I just got the paperback version today and it seems too white. I was thinking on doing a new take on the old while keeping some elements of this new one. I guess I would prefer to show the genre a little more on the cover and the first one actually showed a knight using a digital device, so it hints more at Science Fantasy.