IN THE FAR DISTANT FUTURE, in a forsaken galaxy of dying stars, Drinwor Fang, the dusk elf Emperor of the Sky, plunges into a desperate battle against the Devil King of the Dark Forever. Thus begins the last great war between good and evil. As the struggle begins, and the cosmic forces of light clash with a vast demonic horde, Drinwor learns he is being stalked by a fiend even more despicable than the Devil King. Enter Warloove, the vampiric Lord of the Dark Elves, who is obsessed with stealing Drinwor’s sacred sunsword, and fulfilling the mysterious aims of his alien master.
With the fate of all eternity at stake, Drinwor must overcome his deepest fears, elude Warloove, and banish the Devil King forevermore…
Influenced by both the classical voices of literature and the visual immersion of modern cinema, Phate boldly defies traditional genres by catapulting the reader into a frantically paced tale of unlimited imagination and deep emotion, where science fiction and fantasy seamlessly merge.
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|Written by||Jason Alan|
|Cover Art and Illustrations||Chris Andruskiewicz|
|Soft Cover||420 pages, 6″ x 9″|
|Soft Cover (Illustrated edition)||434 pages, 6″ x 9″|
Jason Alan was born and raised on Long Island, New York, where his childhood was immersed in developing his vast imagination. He grew up reading as many books as he could get his hands on, enjoying 1980’s science fiction movies, and commandeering his parents’ butcher block kitchen table for countless nights of Dungeons & Dragons role-playing. All of this played a huge part in influencing his creative writing skills.
Jason currently resides in Cape Coral, Florida, where he works as a graphic designer for a local publication. He is a co-founder and writer for the StarWarsReporter.com fan website, and writes an ongoing fantasy fiction article for OlorisPublishing.com. Jason’s passion for writing is nearly equaled by his passion for music. He plays and records lead guitar with a variety of local bands, including the progressive instrumental project Mourning’s Hope.
Every so often, his friends try to remind him that there’s more to life than his work and creative pursuits, and his family prays that someday, maybe, he’ll find a wife. Nevertheless, he continues to make music and focus on completing the Five Books of Phate.
Artistic inspiration began at an early age for Chris Andruskiewicz. Being raised as an only child in a small town in Texas, she had to find creative ways to occupy her time and energy. With encouragement from her parents, she began drawing and painting as a form of expression. Growing up, a career in art seemed inevitable. She attended and soon graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science from the Art Institute of Houston in 1999.
Currently a professional graphic designer and sole owner of Sparrow Graphics, Chris’s design studio is dedicated to creativity and personal attention to detail. She specializes in many aspects of design and strives to not only meet her clients’ needs, but exceed their expectations.
As much as Chris enjoys graphic design, she continues to pursue her true passion of creating visually unique artwork. Her favorite collection, Nostalgic Seduction, combines the retro glamour and beautiful essence of women throughout time with a modern twist!
In addition, Chris is passionate about capturing her surroundings through photography. Whether it be the beautiful white sand beaches of Florida, the many exotic plants and animals that have crossed her path, or the unique cultures of places in which she has traveled, she enjoys sharing those experiences with all.