by Gary Tarulli


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615563435
Publisher: Gary Tarulli
Publication date: 11/28/2011
Pages: 326
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.68(d)
Age Range: 3 Months

About the Author

Gary Tarulli (seen here holding Angie) holds a B.A. degree in Literature from the State University of New York at Oneonta. His many and diverse occupations have included that of Housing Inspector, Radiation Emergency Response Officer, and Hearing Officer. Activities he enjoys include scuba diving, hiking, and skiing. He and his wife live on Long Island, New York.

Gary is also the author of the science fiction novel, The Symbionts of Murkor. Visit him at www.garytarulli.com and www.facebook.com/GaryTarulli.

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Orb 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Aeranthae More than 1 year ago
This book was far from what I expected. Orb is a science fiction novel but lacks the aliens and outerwordly aspects common in the genre. Instead, the novel focuses on the Desio's crew members, a psychological examination of their interactions, in a sense. While this was very well written and I enjoyed the book regardless, I'm the kind of girl who likes worlds with all different species fighting the empire. This book didn't have any ewoks but it was a good read nonetheless. I think what kept me hooked the most was the element of suspense woven seamlessly throughout the story. There was always the question of "What next?" in the back of my mind. Tarulli kept it going through the whole book. He also makes the reader question what they're reading. What I mean by this is that Tarulli doesn't come out and explain everything all at once, but instead spread it out so there was time between all of that information to process and reflect on it. Orb was a surprising find and although I'm more of a Star Wars-sci fi girl, I enjoyed it. This book is good for anyone who wants to learn about the human mind and the limitations we set. I would recommend this more for adults or any young reader interested in a more thought-provoking work.
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