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Books by Lane Orsak
Clown White By Lane Rockford Orsak
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Sheppard Schulek has spent his entire life trying to find what it feels like to be “normal.” He lives with the difficulties of having an abusive father, celebrity mother, sexual abuse,... More > and his struggles to find personal peace in a lifetime journey of travel and search. We follow Sheppard’s path through the university experience, to Mexico, Europe, Japan, entry in to his professional world, a first failed marriage to a coffee heiress, and finally—in the most unexpected way—he finds his redemption.< Less
Barbella By Lane Rockford Orsak
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What’s the skateboarding daughter of professional bodybuilders to do when she’s expelled from a posh East Coast boarding school in a cloud of sex scandal? Barbella goes back home to... More > Venice Beach, California, where she tries to find new purpose in her old surroundings. Enter the new Maxi Ho Gym, a wild-eyed Korean ex-K-Pop star’s gamble that “Muscle Beach” is ready for natural fitness without barbells and steroids. Barbella joins his ragtag team alongside a homeless philosopher, an ex-Navy SEAL, a brassy Brooklyn yoga instructor, a theatrical Compton dancer, and a handsome Chechen parkour star who falls for her. When financial realities threaten to close the gym, the only hope for a last-hour rescue comes from the unlikeliest of sources—and from a stunning decades-old secret. Full of crazy heart and cheerfully profane camaraderie, the “pali pali Boom Boom!” BARBELLA will make you cheer and crack up in equal measure.< Less
Keiko the Fairy: Yonaguni By Lane Rockford Orsak
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The third book in the Keiko series brings major changes for both Nick and Red, as they move to Tokyo. Nick enters Tokyo University on a scholarship awarded by the Empress of Japan to study marine... More > archeology. He meets an enchanting 85-year-old woman that teaches him many things about life and love. He is immediately sent on a research boat to explore the “Great Garbage Patch” in the Pacific Ocean and an underwater monument, at Yonaguni, thought to be from an ancient culture, thousands of years old. Red, although finding her own empowerment, enters a path of trouble. Her parents send her to visit family in the United States. After more trouble, she unexpectedly meets an Apache medicine woman who brings about profound personal healing and transformation for Red—not to mention, a powerful realization: Japan’s historic connection to the Native American people.< Less
Keiko the Fairy, The Silk Road By Lane Rockford Orsak
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The Silk Road, the second book of the Keiko series, is filled with twists and unexpected turns as Red tries to avoid the mob in Tokyo, and the U.S. Navy sends Nick on special assignment. Red is... More > invited to the Imperial Palace where Empress Meiko extends her hand in friendship and gives Red important information about her mother’s true identity. Nick is sent to China for its 60th Naval Anniversary celebration, and secretly attempts a dangerous mission to retrieve Red’s mother and the Crown of India, with help from a very unexpected ally. Red and Nick learn about the ancient trade routes from China to the Middle East, called the Silk Road, and how powerful philosophical ideas accompanied the precious riches traded. In the face of extraordinary challenges, Keiko continues to share her love and wisdom with the young couple, as they begin to realize they care for one another deeply.< Less
Keiko the Fairy, The Kujiki By Lane Rockford Orsak
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Keiko the Fairy is a great adventure of the heart and a coming-of-age story set in contemporary Japan. The star characters are a 16 year-old half-Japanese girl named “Red” who attends the... More > American School in Tokyo and a 17 year-old American Naval Intelligence seaman named Nick. Our young heroes are introduced by an unexpected source, a boisterous 1,400 year-old Japanese Bamboo Wood Fairy named Keiko. Keiko tries to help her young friends navigate through the dramatic events that are impacting their lives by drawing from her long and rich historical and philosophical past. She conveys her influence by using her own unique methods of storytelling and personal powers like fairy dream vision: which allows the recipient to see the events of the past and feel the emotions of the character in view. Ultimately, she gives her friends tools they will need to help them find inner peace and happiness in their often difficult and dangerous world.< Less
Keiko the Fairy: The Kujiki By Lane Rockford Orsak
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Keiko the Fairy is a great adventure of the heart and a coming-of-age story set in contemporary Japan. The star characters are a 16 year-old half-Japanese girl named “Red” who attends the... More > American School in Tokyo and a 17 year-old American Naval Intelligence seaman named Nick. Our young heroes are introduced by an unexpected source, a boisterous 1,400 year-old Japanese Bamboo Wood Fairy named Keiko. Keiko tries to help her young friends navigate through the dramatic events that are impacting their lives by drawing from her long and rich historical and philosophical past. She conveys her influence by using her own unique methods of storytelling and personal powers like fairy dream vision: which allows the recipient to see the events of the past and feel the emotions of the character in view. Ultimately, she gives her friends tools they will need to help them find inner peace and happiness in their often difficult and dangerous world.< Less
Keiko the Fairy, The Kujiki By Lane Orsak
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Keiko the Fairy is a great adventure of the heart and a coming-of-age story set in contemporary Japan. The star characters are a 16 year-old half-Japanese girl named “Red” who attends the... More > American School in Tokyo and a 17 year-old American Naval Intelligence seaman named Nick. Our young heroes are introduced by an unexpected source, a boisterous 1,400 year-old Japanese Bamboo Wood Fairy named Keiko. Keiko tries to help her young friends navigate through the dramatic events that are impacting their lives by drawing from her long and rich historical and philosophical past. She conveys her influence by using her own unique methods of storytelling and personal powers like fairy dream vision: which allows the recipient to see the events of the past and feel the emotions of the character in view. Ultimately, she gives her friends tools they will need to help them find inner peace and happiness in their often difficult and dangerous world.< Less
Keiko the Fairy, The Kujiki By Lane Rockford Orsak
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Keiko the Fairy is a great adventure of the heart and a coming-of-age story set in contemporary Japan. The star characters are a 16 year-old half-Japanese girl named “Red” who attends the... More > American School in Tokyo and a 17 year-old American Naval Intelligence seaman named Nick. Our young heroes are introduced by an unexpected source, a boisterous 1,400 year-old Japanese Bamboo Wood Fairy named Keiko. Keiko tries to help her young friends navigate through the dramatic events that are impacting their lives by drawing from her long and rich historical and philosophical past. She conveys her influence by using her own unique methods of storytelling and personal powers like fairy dream vision: which allows the recipient to see the events of the past and feel the emotions of the character in view. Ultimately, she gives her friends tools they will need to help them find inner peace and happiness in their often difficult and dangerous world.< Less