In preparation for the release of Shadows of Our Fathers, I have added new content to Lucifer’s Odyssey and The Goblin Rebellion, and I am redoing covers and blurbs. Because the books will be different, including a new author’s note for Lucifer’s Odyssey to help explain how the series differs from biblical canon, I have taken the series down for now.
To give you a glimpse into these new changes, I wanted to show you the new covers and blurbs for the first two books.
The Lucifer’s Fall trilogy of the Primal Patterns series is the story of the most celebrated demon warrior and king in history, and the birth of a moral and intellectual renaissance in the Chaos Universe. The first book, “Lucifer’s Odyssey”, traces the demon prince Lucifer from his imprisonment by Jehovah on Earth to the betrayal of his parents in Chaos and a shaky alliance with the Elven people. Filled with irreverent humor and fast paced action, Lucifer’s Odyssey beckons you to take a journey through space and time into a story where elven technology meets the ruthlessness of the demon race and the potential of Jehovah’s great creations.
“Lucifer’s Odyssey” is the first book of the Lucifer’s Fall trilogy, and book one in the Primal Patterns series.
Jehovah imprisons Lucifer’s son and enlists the support of elven dissidents who have lost loved ones to Lucifer’s past deeds. Lucifer’s reforms in Chaos spark controversy at home and abroad, and the bond between the elven king Elandril and the demon king Lucifer grows stronger despite the protests of political elites in the elven capital of Arnessa. To get at the demons, Jehovah must isolate them. An enemy alliance is only as strong as its weakest link.
“The Goblin Rebellion” is the second book of the Lucifer’s Fall trilogy, and book two in the Primal Patterns series.
The cover for Shadows of our Fathers is still being worked on by Damonza. Once I have that ready, I’ll post that too. Do you like where things are going? What do you think of the changes?