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Andrew and the Quest of Orion's Belt (Rise of the Fallen)
     

Andrew and the Quest of Orion's Belt (Rise of the Fallen)

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by Ivory Autumn
 

What if you could plant a seed, and make it grow in an
instant?

This story is about just such a person, a boy named Andrew who could do just that---plant seeds and watch them grow like magic.

This account begins like any other---on the first page, just like any
respectable narrative should.
Things go pretty swell for Andrew, that is, until

Overview

What if you could plant a seed, and make it grow in an
instant?

This story is about just such a person, a boy named Andrew who could do just that---plant seeds and watch them grow like magic.

This account begins like any other---on the first page, just like any
respectable narrative should.
Things go pretty swell for Andrew, that is, until soldiers overrun his town and make him a slave to work in the mines of Nookpot.
That's where this story really begins. In a dark sooty place, underneath the ground, where Andrew discovers his green thumb has turned black as the coal he shovels.
I know I should probably tell you more---but I think I've covered all the basics. There's that bit about Andrew turning a dandelion, the size of a tree, into a dead stick. That was pretty rude. And then there's the bit about me finding Ivory, or Carrots as I like to call her, and me saving Monday's life. And I should mention the part about me crossing the bridge over which the dragon fireflies live---that was particularly scary, seeing how my whiskers could've ignited and burnt me alive.
No need to mention the sword, Orion, The Fallen or the Barnacles, or the Foglocker, or the Rockpoppers, or any of those things.
If you want to know any more about them, you will have to find out the hard way, by reading.
And by hard, I mean, hard.
Twiskers are excellent at writing in scribbly. And if you can decipher my scribbly,
your talents are great.

Your humble servant,
Gogindy,
Twisker of the Dandelion Den

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011518690
Publisher:
Ivory Autumn
Publication date:
09/08/2011
Series:
Andrew And the Quest of Orion's Belt , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
512,201
File size:
1 MB
Age Range:
12 Years

Meet the Author

Ivory Autumn is an elf who enjoys ice-skating, swimming, cheesecake, noodles, hula hooping, and exploring tree houses. Her favorite color is purple, and her preferred shape is a circle. She likes the smell of cinnamon, and the sound of feebee bugs clicking their wings at night. She doesn’t like carrots, getting slivers under her fingernails, radishes, blustery wind, doing moldy dishes, or stepping in cold puddles with fresh stockings on. If she were to be any kind of fruit, she would be a mango, because they are so yummy. She likes watching lightning. Her favorite season is springtime. She likes tall trees, and having butterflies land on her nose. She spends much of her time with her best friends, Andrew, Freddie, Talic, and Gogindy, protecting them from dragons, and other types of nasty monsters. To visit Ivory, Gogindy, Andrew, and the rest of the gang, go to: http://www.wix.com/ivoryautumn/thequestoforionsbelt

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Andrew and the Quest of Orion's Belt (Rise of the Fallen) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its amazing dude
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was an okay read it needs some more editing.
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