Orion City

Author: Catherine Cabrera
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ISBN: 9781986632782
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Forty-five minutes from the tight-knit town of Chestershire lies the peculiar City of Orion. What the City of Orion lacks in high-rise buildings and bustling street life is made up for by its secretive, fantasy-filled forests where cool temperate woods evolve into glowing rainforest flora as one becomes farther away from the menacing circular cliff overlooking the mysterious black lake. The fantastical city is a cosmopolitan of grim darklings, faeries, witches, ginormous spindly spiders, talking wolves, foxes and merpeople. Acacia, an imaginative sixteen-year old, spends her summer there. She resides with her eccentric Aunt Lyra who seems to know more about the forest's secrets than she lets on. Along the way, Acacia finds herself on the run from the murderous flame-haired witch, Cessira, who is in the midst of releasing a deadly curse that could destroy Orion City as Orion flora and fauna know it. And Cessira has an advantage--she has the stolen book of endings, a book that based on the present depicts the ever-changing future. As Acacia and her friends--Finn (a resourceful dirty blond archer), Trin (a spunky talking rose) and Winter (a witch teller)--are hunted down to prevent any change to Cessira's perfect future, they must learn to work together if they want to survive, defeat Cessira, and overcome the Alastor Prophecy.

The Orion Prophecy

Author: Patrick Geryl
Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
ISBN: 9780932813916
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In the year 2012, the earth awaits catastrophic destruction-predicted by the Mayans and Egyptians.

The Orion Zone

Author: Gary A. David
Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
ISBN: 9781931882651
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David explores the ground-sky relationship between the pyramids of Egypt and the stars of Orion and ponders its global reach and significance. Packed with diagrams, maps, and astronomical charts, this useful guidebook decodes the ancient mysteries of the Pueblo Indian world.

Sayles Talk

Author: Diane Carson
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814331552
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The first collection of original essays on the work of writer-director John Sayles, this book addresses the full range of his films from a variety of critical viewpoints.

The Orion Parallel

Author: Glenn Goddard
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595005632
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Two men of similar backgrounds disappear from their normal environments as the result of individual encounters with an uncertain energy source. They resurface months later to select and put a family into a test situation designed by the energy beings. The family selected sets off on a sailing trip to Baja California. The two men put the family and their boat into a parallel universe where they have to contend with things out of normal. They face their fears and thoughts while contending with the strange events. The two men then discover they may also be a part of the test when they are seemingly abandoned by the energy beings. They conclude that with their own arrival in the situation that they have done a wrong. They decide to join with the family to attempt to right the wrong that has been committed and restore matters to their original state. Glenn Goddard is an experienced offshore sailor who works and lives in Sacramento, California.