Synopses & Reviews
How did the constellations get their names? Many say the ancient scientist Ptolemy named most of them. But how did he come up with them?The truth is revealed when Michael Stone and Ray Simmons touch glowing meteorites that give them extraordinary powers derived from the constellations Orion and Draco.At first they think having super powers is great, but they eventually realize how much it has unfavorably changed their lives. As more people across the world find glowing meteorites and use their powers for evil, Michael and Ray face some tough decisions. They might be exactly what the world needs for it to be saved... if they ever stop fighting each other."
"This book kept a good pace on action and mythology. It is a good read for teenagers. I enjoyed it." - Kindle Customer "This was a fun read. I love astronomy and the idea of super powers derived from constellations is awesome I love that the book was very clean and engaging." -- Cadie Hatch"I couldn't put this book down. It has a unique story and is told from two opposing character views Highly recommended: ) I can't wait for the next one " -- Julie Owens"I absolutely loved the book. It really kept me engaged the entire time, and I couldn't put it down until I had read it all Can't wait for a sequel "-- StevenMichael Stone's life changes forever when he touches a glowing meteorite that gives him extraordinary powers derived from the constellation Orion. He has super strength, speed, sight, and flight. And maybe more...But he didn't realize how hard it would be a teenage superhero. Not as simple as the comic books make it out to be. Especially when his life-long rival and bully touches a meteorite as well, challenging him with the powers of Draco.