Lost In The Arms Of Orion

Author: Roshan Cipriani
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1535568321
Size: 10.88 MB
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Roshan Cipriani is an author and an autodidact whose education was initiated by unexplained experiences with quantum physics in daily living. In her book Lost In The Arms Of Orion: Technology, The Mandela Effect And Parallel Dimensions--the 4th book in the series, the author was prompted to research and publish her growing findings on the expanding "Mandela Effect" phenomenon. As she found herself overwhelmed with evidence and searching for multiple methods to test present reality, she discovered thousands of other people asking the same unanswered questions. However with no means to test these scientific truths and as a witness to the daily replacement of previously known facts and geographical and now astronomical data the author knew there just had to be more. If you are experiencing reality changes you are not alone. This book continues the documentation of the reports of thousands of people like yourself, and explores possible causes from the LHC at CERN to dimensional teleportation from the activities of the D- WAVE quantum computers in use all over the world. It also investigates the idea of another earth situated inside the constellation of Orion. If you have heard of "The Mandela Effect," or know of someone who is experiencing it and just want to understand what it is all about this book will help you understand. The idea that this may be an even bigger phenomenon affecting people the world over makes this book even more interesting

Dancing In The Arms Of Orion

Author: Stephen Moore
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 9780595315598
Size: 14.43 MB
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A poignant and heartfelt debut novel about love, loss, friendship, and sexual identity. In the summer before his senior year of high school, Daniel Peterson packs his belongings and youthful memories as he takes in the comforts of his childhood home one last time. His apprehension about the family move and his anxiety about losing friends and attending a new school overwhelm him. He has no idea just how dramatically his world will change. Once settled in Whalers Cove, Daniel finds fast friendships and romantic possibilities. He begins his senior year with optimism and the support of his new pals. During the school year, Daniel's best friends must overcome unexpected obstacles. Seeking the solitude of a nearby park, he grapples with his own hidden desires and his need to be himself, until a shocking announcement sets Daniel on a path of self-discovery where he risks losing everything. ***** "As I turned the pages of Dancing in the Arms of Orion I was fascinated, thrilled, terrified, and finally walking on air. It's a beautiful story that I'll want to read again and again." Mark A. Roeder, author of the series, Gay Youth Chronicles "Stephen R. Moore's debut novel, Dancing in the Arms of Orion, is a solid work of fiction in the tradition of-Mark Roeder's Gay Youth Chronicles. Told from the narrative point of view of high schooler Daniel Peterson as he comes out to himself, his family, and his friends, the author has managed nicely to create a multidimensional character with internal conflicts, personality traits, and a voice that rings true throughout the book. Secondary characters also ring true, which is saying a great deal about Moore's potential as a writer. A good first effort." -Ronald L. Donaghe, author of the series, The Continuing Journals of Will Barnett "Wonderful! Sensitive! Powerful! Delightful! The author brings us to an environment where we'd all like to be with characters we'd all love to spend time with! It is extremely well-written by a very talented new writer."-Anthony J. Zatti, author of the Camping in the Backyard books.

Orion Poe And The Lost Explorer

Author: Will Summerhouse
Publisher: Shake-A-Leg Press
ISBN: 9780986061400
Size: 10.63 MB
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Eleven-year-old Orion lives with his stodgy grandfather in eastern Maine, where nothing exciting ever happens. But then a series of strange events draws him into the mystery of a lost explorer, and Orion is swept up in a whirlwind of adventure that takes him to the top of the world. To survive he must outwit a scheming treasure hunter, team up with a gang of flimps, and take on a tyrant with an anger management problem. Can Orion solve the mystery and get back home alive? And just what are flimps, anyway? Orion Poe is about to find out. Join him as he laughs, cries, bluffs, and shoots his way to the heart of one of the greatest mysteries in the history of exploration. Along the way he discovers that the world is far bigger—and stranger—than he ever imagined.

The Orion Mask

Author: Greg Herren
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Inc
ISBN: 9781626391734
Size: 16.81 MB
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Heath Brandon’s mother died when he was barely three years old. His father never spoke about her, or her family. So when her family reaches out to him after his father’s death, Heath decides to make the trip to Louisiana to get to know the only family he has left.But he soon learns that there was a lot more to his mother’s death than he ever knew…and the beautiful old mansion on the Mississippi River has many secrets, secrets someone would kill to protect.And the key to everything that happened when he was a child just might be hidden in his own memory…

Orion S Belt

Author: Louise Vowels
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 9781291730937
Size: 17.36 MB
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Orion's Belt is the first novel in a trilogy that explores the lives of three women, the people they love and the choices they make that impact on all those around them. Sarah is kidnapped by terrorists whilst working in a foreign country and then taken to a mountain fortress. There she is given an ultimatum by the enigmatic leader of the rebels, Medved. Powerless to refuse him she must comply. The strong emotion forged between them draws her to him, but will she meet all his demands? Will he set her free? Gillian: a young woman who believes that going to university in the 1970s will change her life. Having fought against adversity to even get to study in London, by chance she meets a young Russian student, Pavel. The decisions they make about each other, for each other change many lives not just their own... "The strength of a woman lies not in her physique, but in her heart and soul. Outside, superficial beauty is fleeting, inside beauty shines ever more brightly for a whole lifetime and beyond".

Orion And King Arthur

Author: Ben Bova
Publisher: Tor Books
ISBN: 9781429947527
Size: 17.66 MB
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Orion has fought across time and space at the whims of his Creators, godlike beings from the future who toy with human history like spoiled children playing with dolls. Orion has been both assassin and hero, all the while striving to be reunited with Anya, the ageless goddess who is his one true love. Now Orion finds himself in Britain in the years after the Romans abandoned the island kingdom. Minor kings and warlords feud among themselves even as invading hordes threaten to sweep over the land. There Orion befriends a young warrior named Arthur, who dreams of uniting his quarreling countrymen and driving the invaders from their lands. Along with a few brave comrades, Arthur hopes to the stem the tide of barbarism and create a new era of peace and prosperity. But Orion's Creator, Aten, has other plans for the timeline. Arthur's noble ambitions interfere with Aten's far-reaching schemes to reshape history to his own ends. He wants Arthur dead and forgotten—but Orion does not. Orion will battle the gods themselves to see that Arthur fulfills his destiny. But can even he save Arthur from the tragedy that awaits him? Orion and King Arthur is a thrilling new chapter in Ben Bova's unforgettable cosmic saga. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.