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The Esoteric Design: Disbanding Hope (Volume 2) Paperback – March 4, 2015
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About the Author
A. R. Crebs spent her youth playing videogames, watching action and horror films of the 80s and 90s, and used her imagination as a form of entertainment for her family and friends. It wasn’t until she was in her early teens that she played her first fantasy genre game. Crebs was hooked. What started as fan art of her favorite characters turned into a passion for designing a world of her own. Thus, Dovian was born. The creation of Dovian’s story grew throughout the years where new characters and creatures were designed. While in college, Crebs sparked the idea to write her story of Dovian and his adventures in The Esoteric Design series. After graduating from the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design with a BFA in illustration, Crebs began to piece together the artwork and ideas from her youth. Together she formed the novel series with chapter illustrations, bios, and glossary.
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After finishing the book you really feel like you know Aria and Troy. She does a fantastic job of being the characters to life.
If your a fan of scify and fantasy this is a great addition to your reading list.
There isn't too much going on in the plot that you can't follow it and there's not so little that it feels simple. It makes me think and wonder and hunger for answers and information about why these people have come to be who they are. Why they are struggling so greatly with themselves and that they still have a grasp to some form of hope in the darkest of moments