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Orion By Diego Alejandro Montezino Lavalle
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Orion Days - Sun in Orion By Klaudio Zic
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The Orion days happen every summer when the Sun is in Orion, according to modern and ancient astrology.
Orion Chronicles By Klaudio Zic
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Hot summer with Sun in Orion.
Orion Gambit By Brian Jeffreys
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Captain Traci Ganner is once again tasked with saving the Orion Clans as she is given the impossible mission of securing strike fighters from the invading Valdi, a warlike race of plant beings. Only... More > her cunning and courage can help her end a civil war and solve a crisis so large, it threatens the security of the entire galaxy.< Less
Mercury in Orion By Klaudio Zic
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Mercury in Orion figures in the horoscope of Lady Diana Spencer, princess of Wales. The report contains bonus Mercury ephemeris along with the complete delineation for Mercury in special... More > constellations.< Less
The Daughters of Orion By Jeff Kwasniewski
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The Daughters of Orion is the story of a young girl's journey of self-discovery as she searches for her mother and seeks to defeat her family's sinister enemies.
Commander Orion By Brayden clinton
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Sibran Attano is a alien soldier sent from the planet yoclere to earth to fight the war of 2019 in MetroVice a year later sibran attano becomes a superhero named Commander Orion
Orion's Cartwheel By Lawrence Winkler
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In the summer of 1980, a maverick young doctor gave it all up, to hitchhike around the world. The first arc he carved with his thumb stopped a little red pickup that took him over the horizon. Like... More > his mythical hunter companion, Orion, he was on a vision quest, propelled toward the dawn to have his sight restored. This is the story of that five-year odyssey to discover his Destiny.< Less
Orion Paperback By Michael Berman
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Life on the farm in Missouri is pretty sweet for twelve-year old Alan Albright. With wide-open fields to play in, horses to ride, forests to explore, and loving parents to take care of him,... More > he’s a genuinely happy kid. Sure, his little sister Katie can be annoying at times, but the truth is, Alan would be perfectly content to stay in his hometown forever and grow up to be a farmer, just like his dad. But all of that changes the summer before 7th grade, when Alan’s parents suddenly and mysteriously disappear. Although the police are convinced the Albrights were killed in a car accident, Alan refuses to believe it. He soon begins his own investigation and uncovers a mystery that takes him not just far from Missouri… but far from planet Earth. Orion is a first-person account of Alan’s journey as he travels across the galaxies to discover the truth about extraterrestrials, outer-space and what really happened to his missing parents.< Less
Orion Rising By Doug Rawlings
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"Doug Rawlings' poems about the Vietnam War, full of anger, shame, suffering and solace, are hard to bear—-as they should be. His poems about family life, children, the passing of friends... More > since the war are honest, vulnerable, playful and loving. Together they allow him, and us, full humanity, an expansion of humanity that is particularly poignant in light of its denial to those on both sides who did not survive the war." — Rob Shetterly “I have met Doug Rawlings only once, and then only in passing at a Veterans for Peace convention in his home state of Maine in 2010, but I have been reading his poetry for nearly 40 years. Spending time with this compilation of his life’s work, I feel as if I’m in the company of an old and dear and trusted friend. The range of his emotions, the diversity of his interests, the keenness of his sensibilities, his capacity to be fully and consciously human leave no doubt that his has been and continues to be a life examined and well worth living.” — W. D. Ehrhart< Less