The Books of Liryos comprise the epic fairy tale of Khajj Istarii. The trilogy encompasses her mythic journey, from an orphaned girl to her destined glory. Over the course of the saga, Khajj encounters dark secrets, powerful daemons, and Love in all of its guises.
Desperate to save her possessed cousin, Khajj agrees to a contract with the Daemon Lord Ama’antharon. Thus begins an erotic legend that exposes the perils of dealing with daemons in the Dream. Caught in a surreal realm of dangerous plots, decadent sex and overwhelming odds, Khajj is tested in every way. A mortal amidst daemons, Khajj must use all her wiles and wits if she is to be reunited with her family.
The Second Book of Liryos, recounts Khajj’s struggle to adjust to life in Liryos. Thrust to the forefront of the politics of the Dream, Khajj must quickly master her new position and skills if she is to survive. All while juggling the attentions of three formidable lovers.
The Third Book of Liryos is where the tantalizing threads revealed in the first two Books are woven into a climactic tapestry. In Throne of Ashes Khajj finally realizes her true destiny, but is it too late? Will a life borne of tragedy, end in tragedy?
Inspired by Khajj’s journey, Sepulcher Studios brings you thirteen musical tracks of pure decadent darkness.
The Art of Liryos iPad App will feature the erotic art of Mark Blanton, Gary Martin, Narcisse Navarre and others. Set against a mythic soundtrack produced by Sepulcher Studios, The Art of Liryos on iPad will be an immersive, interactive experience you won’t want to miss. The app will include videos, excerpt narrations, behind the scenes and more.
Create your own characters and adventures set against the exquisitely alluring backdrop of the Dream. Complete with pantheons, locales, detailed maps, rules and more, this is one storytelling game we dare you to try.
In the future we plan on teaming up with friend and renown sculptor Mike Locasio of Dellamorte & Co. to offer limited edition resin statues. Mike Locasio has done work for Blizzard, McFarlane, DC Comics and more. Take a look at his work in Deviant Art.