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“The Beasts of Electra Drive” Part IV—Video-Book

The Beasts of Electra Drive, Part IV
“‘Arts Score’, the Platinum Raven’s creation, and elevating Downtown L.A.”

(For the rest of this novel’s Video-Book format, click here: Part I; Part II; Part III; Part V; and Part VI.)

 

Click on the players or the mini-chapter titles, to see the Video-Book format of mini-chapters 67–85, which constitute Part IV.
 

67. The “Arts Score: Simple-Smiley or Complex-Frowny?” Newsfeed


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
68. Jaymi creates the Platinum Raven’s code


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
69. Herb hacks the Platinum Raven’s code


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
70. Three Beasts sneak into Herb’s computer


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
71. Jaymi creates the Platinum Raven’s appearance


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
72. KitKat and Krispy Kreme dramas in Downtown


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
73. The Platinum Raven’s appearance comes alive


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
74. Kelly smudges the Platinum Raven


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
75. This Downtown L.A. is a more peculiar one than most


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
76. Jaymi creates the Platinum Raven’s soundtrack


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
77. The street queens of Violet Street


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
78. The Platinum Raven’s soundtrack comes alive


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
79. Hatred across the L.A. River: a cruel and stupid world


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
80. Jaymi test-drives the Platinum Raven


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
81. Shigem shames Herb


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
82. Jaymi incarnates the Platinum Raven


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
83. A unicorn’s-horn of invention by Herb


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
84. The Platinum Raven’s mission to Blue Jay Way


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 
85. Ashley and Dud attack the Platinum Raven (Second Pinch Point)


(This video is also on YouTube.)

 

From Hollywood Hills mansions and Century City towers, to South Central motels and the oceanside refinery, The Beasts of Electra Drive by Rohan Quine spans a mythic L.A., following seven spectacular characters (or Beasts) from games designer Jaymi’s game-worlds. The intensity of those Beasts’ creation cycles leads to their release into real life in seemingly human forms, and to their combative protection of him from destructive rivals at mainstream company Bang Dead Games. Grand spaces of beauty interlock with narrow rooms of terror, both in the real world and in the incorporeal world of cyberspace. A prequel to Quine’s other five tales, The Beasts of Electra Drive is a unique explosion of glamour and beauty, horror and enchantment, exploring the mechanisms and magic of creativity itself.

 

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