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Nick Phoenix and Thomas Bergersen combine their unique creative talents to create an eBook that stretches the limits of the genre. * 75, word epic sci-fi/fantasy novel with a truly original storyline, the first book in a series of 5. * Over one hour of live orchestral soundtrack. Nick Phoenix and Thomas Bergersen combine their unique creative talents to create an eBook that stretches the limits of the genre * word epic. by Two Steps from Hell & Thomas Bergersen. by Two Steps from Hell & Nick Phoenix. Highlights on the album: Colin Frake, Fire Mountain, Gore's Theme, Talia's Theme, Battle at Hoback.


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Colin Frake, On Fire Mountain (75, word, epic fantasy/SCI FI enhanced eBook for iBooks) now available for your iOS device and Mac computer. ebook, pages. Published June 26th by To ask other readers questions about Colin Frake On Fire Mountain, please sign up. Popular Answered. Colin Frake, On Fire Mountain is the first book in the Colin Frake series, Music from this soundtrack is placed periodically throughout the eBook, which also.

It is cultivated and revered by the witches of Fire Mountain.

It is bestowed upon unsuspecting young men who live out their days as giant The world of Reanne has a secret bigger than the night sky. It is bestowed upon unsuspecting young men who live out their days as giants, shunned by the lowlanders. Some call it magic or witchcraft, but others know better. Reanne is a unique place in the universe, an outpost the holds clues to the origin of our existence. Colin Frake knows nothing of these things and spends his afternoons wandering Owlfoot Canyon.

He is fifteen years old, a lowlander, who is about to be drawn into an adventure of epic proportions. Get A Copy. More Details Edition Language. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. One music piece I was listening to was, "The Legend's of Velkee.

I like the music very much but am interested by the song title? Anna Millman It goes along with the book, and the title is explained when it plays. Lists with This Book.

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Sort order. Aug 08, Daniel Willis rated it really liked it. To just review Colin Frake as a work of literature would be completely unfair to the experience this book gives. I am a big fan of Two Steps from Hell, and frequently when I listen to their music, I can see stories unfolding in my head.

The writing style of this book may not be comparable to Tolkien or Rowling, but it doesn't have to be, because the simplicity of the story telling is magnified immensely by the emotional guidance of the music placed throughout the narrative. My only complaint is To just review Colin Frake as a work of literature would be completely unfair to the experience this book gives.

My only complaint is that there wasn't enough music to backdrop the entire story. It was easy to get hooked in the tale when the music swells and you feel like you're in the moment with the characters - and then the track ends, and it's almost as if you are pulled back out and remember that it's just a story.

But boy, those musical moments provide the most immersive experience I've ever had with a book. The music helps tell the story in such a way that the words don't have to - in fact, I think if it had been more wordy it would have been detrimental to the immersion presented by the score.

As for the story itself; it's incredibly unique and feels as though it pulls from several different sources of inspiration.

It's not just another medieval fairy tale. There's a smattering of other themes that present a unique world that I won't go into for fear of ruining your own experience. And as for the writing style, I'll be honest: There was a lot of abrupt jumping around to different characters' points of view in both the present and in flashback sequences, and chapters seemed to end a little abruptly as well.

And some of the story elements seemed pretty random. But throughout the novel, you start to see all the random loose ends start tying together, and things that didn't make sense or seemed a little non-sensical begin to take shape as plausible and even compelling pieces of a much larger puzzle. Don't get me wrong: It is very clearly left open for sequels. But this is a complete narrative, and at the last few chapters you are very clearly hooked into the story and left with a satisfying ending that feels both complete and leaves you wanting to know what happens next.

TL;DR - The gorgeous music greatly enhances literary immersion; to the point that I wished there was more score to cover the whole book. And though the writing style in the first part of the book feels a bit jumpy and builds slowly, by the end you're hooked and eagerly looking forward to Book 2.

I'm excited to see what happens next!

May 25, Rob rated it liked it Shelves: I thought having new TSFH music that is embedded in specific locations of the book was an exciting idea. Unfortunately, the writing itself was not good at all. There are too many characters and many of them have very little personality. The first half of the book is a bit of a mess with a multitude of locations, characters, and time periods.

There is also a lack of a real villain. But this is not your Machiavellian plot line such as Game of Thrones.

There was no compelling conflict for me. So I'd give this book 2 stars but adding a star for the sheer audacity of blending music and illustrations into the text.

Colin Frake, On Fire Mountain

One can tell that a lot of effort was put into this work, but sadly it didn't turn out as I was hoping it would. View 2 comments. Aug 01, Beth Cordy rated it it was amazing.

After producing music for major franchises such as Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean, Captain America and X-men, Two Steps from Hell are well known and loved within the film and music industries. Now, it seems, they conquering the mountain that is the literary industry as well, with their new E-book: Colin Frake, on Fire Mountain.

This 75, word book is accompanied by forty six of the most awe inspiring pictures I have ever seen, which were, impressively, hand drawn by Otto Bjornik.

These delightful pictures allow readers to visualize the compelling world that is Reanne, and all the strange and mysterious characters that live in it. As well as these images, the E-Book is accompanied by a soundtrack full of unforgettable, captivating music, composed by Thomas Bergersen with additional music by Nick Phoenix.

The E-Book features interesting and three dimensional characters, as opposed to the many bland and two dimensional characters found in novels all over the world.

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Not only that, each character is presented with a unique back-story which contributes to the individuality of each character, and highlights them from one another. This E-Book, merged together with impressive images and a superb soundtrack, creates an Epic child of literary genius, which will grip you and never let you go until you've read that last page.

It expands and daringly pushes at the very boundaries of literary development, and will, I am sure, continue to expand it and raise the bar for all novels to follow. Aug 08, Lucas Berghuis rated it really liked it Shelves: It is true.

As can be expected from Two Steps From Hell, the music is nothing short of fantastic. The enchanting music sets the tone pun intended for the atmospheer en perfectly accompanies you during your journey through the world of R It is true. The enchanting music sets the tone pun intended for the atmospheer en perfectly accompanies you during your journey through the world of Reanne.

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You can also choose to read in silence if you are without earphones or if you simply feel like it, or you can just take a break from reading and sit back to enjoy the music. Nothing is forced upon the reader. Although, of course, you want to listen to the music. More often than not I wished the music scores were longer.

Colin Frake On Fire Mountain

The beaty of the music is that it is not just some bonus feature. It is perfectly incorporated in the story and really adds to the experience. And there is more.

The ink drawings are marvelous and leave enough room for your own imagination. What it is though, is light-hearted, fast-paced read with unique characters and an original story line, that even seasoned fantasy-readers will find it a refreshing read due to the wonderful music and artwork.

Fire Mountain is a mystical, mostly evil, land in the world of Reanne. It is an oddity in an otherwise mostly harmless and peaceful world. When food supplies are short in the fire mountain, its clan raids the towns in the valleys and steals their supplies. Vigerock is one such town that was raided by the fire mountain clan five years ago, resulting in destruction and a number of casualties in the town.

Colin Frake, a victim of this attack, was a young boy of ten when his parents perished in the attack. He was then raised by the town's priest affectionately called Pagan Roger.

It all starts when Colin and his friend Petunia go to the forest for hunting. There they come across an odd pack of pigs that seemed to be cooperatively focused on something, silently but steadily making their way through the forest. Colin and Petunia were puzzled, but they left the matter after a while.

Little did they know that this incident was more important than they had ever imagined. It is this very incident that would later develop into three important intertwining tales - the Master of Fire, the Mighty Giant, and the Seekers. Colin has an important part to play in these tales, which would forever change the future of Reanne and its people. It is well written and interesting to read.It makes sense this music is a different since it is written to accompany a book as opposed to the typical "trailer music" from TSFH.

Colin Frake, On Fire Mountain

But this is a complete narrative, and at the last few chapters you are very clearly hooked into the story and left with a satisfying ending that feels both complete and leaves you wanting to know what happens next.

It moves at a fast pace, but it's not all action. Dome Pitol rated it really liked it Sep 22, Five years earlier, the Fire Mountain Clan attacked and raided the town of Vigerock, smallest of all the settlements in Reanne and the closest to the mountain, located at its base. Retrieved from " https: View on Bookshelves. But this is a complete narrative, and at the last few chapters you are very clearly hooked into the story and left with a satisfying ending that feels both complete and leaves you wanting to know what happens next.