Fantasy book cover illustration for The Omega
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I had the great pleasure of continuing to work on book cover illustrations (front and back) for G.A. Finocchiaro’s latest YA dark fantasy series, Cataclysm, with the second installment: The Omega. I was especially excited to illustrate the character Jacinda, who is the main focus of this sequel. It was a lot of fun painting all the little details and creating this fiery composition! The Omega (The Second Book of Cataclysm) will be available in printed form on 11/26/2021, but the ebook is available to read right now on Amazon/Kindle! Here is the synopsis:

The past and present are colliding. Tony’s journey back to Grace Falls was paid in blood — a steep price for a long lost key.

As the mystery of the key looms large — a symbol of Tony and Jacinda’s relationship — Maynard, an old friend from Tony’s past, calls upon the help from a few unlikely allies. Together they must escape the clutches of The Thirteen in search of answers.

And while the Thirteen close in, a new question has emerged—What is Jacinda? A portal into her past reveals buried secrets that change everything. Is her repressed past now affecting the present and beyond?

Tony must finally unravel the truth about the woman he loved, before falling deeper into danger.

Rachel Perciphone
Haddonfield, USA

Fantasy Artist & Book Cover Illustrator. I create empowering fantasy art that encourages the viewer to confidently explore their own stories. I illustrate strong, diverse chara… Show more.

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Profile updated 11th November, 2021
Member since 29th May, 2019
Inclusion in Infected By Art Vol. 6 & Vol. 8, Honorary Mention at Phillustration Show (2017)
David Pepose, G. A. Finocchiaro, Red Stylo Media, A Sound Of Thunder
Working with Rachel was a fun and professional experience. She has top tier talent, and worked with me to produce eye-catching illustrations for my books. I receive compliments on them all the time, which has become a point of pride for me and representing the quality of my own work beneath the cover. I would never work with anyone else.
— G. A. Finocchiaro, Author