Lifting Orbits

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  • Original language: English
  • Genre: Adventure
  • Year published: 2023
  • Book file uploaded by: Oscar Auliq-Ice, on the October 8th, 2023
  • Book file read: 81 times
  • Rating: 10/10

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  • Oscar Auliq-Ice
    Publisher: Independently published
    Year read: 2023
    Language: English
    Pages: 432
    Rating: 10

    Lifting Orbits tells the captivating story of a family of four who, in a twist of fate, awaken from a peaceful night's sleep only to discover that they have been transported to an entirely different orbit in space. Initially bewildered and filled with a sense of wonder, the family realizes that this new orbit is home to a myriad of unique and diverse species of humans.

    As the family navigates their way through this unfamiliar celestial environment, they encounter extraordinary beings who possess fascinating physical attributes, cultural practices, and technological advancements that transcend their previous understanding of human existence. From the ethereal beings with translucent skin to the water-dwelling inhabitants with gills, each species offers a glimpse into a remarkable evolutionary path shaped by the distinct conditions of their respective orbits.

    As the family delves deeper into their new reality, they embark on a journey of exploration, forging unlikely friendships and unraveling the mysteries that surround them. Along the way, they encounter challenges and conflicts, learning valuable lessons about tolerance, empathy, and the importance of embracing diversity.

    Through their encounters, the family gradually discovers the intricate interconnections that bind all inhabitants of the various orbits together. They realize that despite their physical differences, there are fundamental similarities that unite them all as members of the human species.

    Lifting Orbits is a tale of adventure, discovery, and self-reflection that explores the themes of identity, acceptance, and the vast potential for human evolution. It challenges the boundaries of what it means to be human, reminding readers that our shared humanity transcends the physical realm and thrives in the celebration of our differences.



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