Lunora and the Monster King

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Otherworlds Inc.
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5.0 X 7.99 X 0.71 inches | 0.76 pounds

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About the Author

H.S. Crow (1988) was born in Florida, to Greek/Colombian and Egyptian/Iranian immigrant parents. For ten years he studied heavily in several subjects such as history, physics, astronomy, theology, and mythology as a means to grow as a writer. His dream had always been to write about the worlds locked inside his mind, beginning with his best selling playwright, 'Lunora and the Monster King' published in 2017. The tale centered around a child refugee within the gripping madness of Caligo. He's also known for his editorial work on Glacias and Project Adrestia, but more so for his comic series, 'Stars of Glass.' Crow, has a deep love for fantasy, science fiction, and horror. Often finding himself creating stories that encompasses a bit of each genre, yet layered with the issues of the real world. He tends to compose film scores for fun, nerd out at comic shops, play magic, and program games. All while leading a Creative Studio called Otherworlds Inc.


"Lunora and the Monster King, an adventure in literature written in script form, and a work of art open to many interpretations that evolve from the education and understanding of each reader. Extremely strong and embodies many of my own feelings as it no doubt does for many readers. Just excellent!"

--Judge, 25th Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards

"Once again your writing is brilliant. How do you know so much esoteric Greek mythology? Hyperion, Gaia, Orion, Caligo, Eldritch, etc. And where did you develop such a magnificent vocabulary using words such as: umbrageous, aureate, amity, airt, malefic, insidious, obsidian, etc.? As I've said before, you are our modern Shakespeare."

--Professor Rutenberg, Yale University Alumni

"Destined to outlast our time and inspire."

--Dreamscape News

"A powerful tale that can be read in any medium. A must read."

--The Otherworlds Book Review