Zephyr the West Wind (Final Edition) is the first book in a 5 book fantasy series called the Chaos Chronicles. The author, who began to gain fame when he first published the book at age 17, has quickly become an international teenage celebrity. Tolson is the author of both Zephyr the West Wind: Final Edition (2012), and The Project: Limitless, Volume 1, The Success Initiative (2014), CEO of a divisional international company with many employees, speaker of several languages, model, philanthropist, musical artist, and more - all while still in college. His debut novel, which has won two national book awards, is a coming of age fantasy story that has been noted to connect with anyone and everyone because it brings out the adventure within us all.
"Developed by R.J. Tolson, this long awaited innovative album features pieces inspired directly from the award-winning fantasy novel, Chaos Chronicles Book 1: Zephyr the West Wind. Fall in love with Zephyr's story and the Chaos Chronicles all over again!" - Borrowed directly from the album's description.
Using a virtual orchesta, the album is comprised of 20 pieces. Tolson's favorite piece (as he has announced), "Zephyr's Travels (Tyring Theme)", was previously available for purchase while the album was up for pre-order until its release date on July 17. The cover, which depicts a illustration of the protagonist Zephyr on his island home, was designed by Pandemonium Enterprise. The album was published by BurstOut Records.
The Original Book Soundtrack, a concept drawn from Tolson's own mind directly brought to life through the release of his own books, is planned to be a service offered by BurstOut Records for Authors, Publishers, and Literary Industry professionals. Almost like a film score, the albums will feature pieces directly inspired by specific books for their authors to disitribute.
Personally, our favorite tracks from the album are "Zephyr's Travels (Tyring Theme)", "The Calm Storm (Over & Out)", "The Truth War", and "Prologue (Zephyr's Letter)". Check out the album yourself and comment: