Constellation Chronicles: The Lost Civilization of Aries

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Hillcrest Publishing Group, Dec 1, 2008 - Extraterrestrial beings - 212 pages
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A blinding fireball rips across the night sky and slams into a field in the remote town of Rigel, New Mexico. Glenn Sawyer, a broke and disillusioned 18-year-old, witnesses and investigates the crash, finding a surreal craft and an even stranger monkey-like creature named Paako, who secretly follows him home and stirs trouble. As Glenn captures Paako and attempts to return her to the crash site, he discovers unexpected company, and learns that his remarkable journey -- filled with adventure, evil, and a cast of captivating characters -- has only just begun. Thus starts the first book in Vincent Lowry's unforgettable epic Constellation Chronicles. Both visionary and gripping, The Lost Civilization of Aries will sweep you away to an extraordinary world of mystery, fantasy, and science fiction.

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User Review  - TheLostEntwife - LibraryThing

You know, when I first saw this title I was curious. I checked with my library and unfortunately they didn't have a copy. That was about a year ago. So recently I was going through my TBR list and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jeanette Glazewski - Goodreads

This book was fantastic. I have not read a scifi book since taking the class in high school. I would recommend this book to everyone. Read full review

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Vincent Lowry has published poetry and short stories in magazines and ezines worldwide. He was educated at Tulane University in New Orleans, and he currently lives in Southern California with his son. Surfing the Seconds is Vincent's third book.

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