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Arana's Visitor Action Packed Science Fiction From A Refreshingly Different Perspective The First Book In A Groundbreaking New Series David Decker Is Stunned Driven By His Christian Compassion, He Has Just Rescued A Marooned Space Alien, But The Alien S Mere Existence Threatens To Shatter David S Worldview How Can He Reconcile The Two When David Learns The Truth, It Will Astound Him But David Has Other Troubles Shadowy Government Forces Are Desperately Trying To Capture The Alien In His Quest To Follow His Convictions, David Must Battle Enemies Seen And Unseen And Travel To Incredible Places He S Never Imagined

About the Author: Julie Rollins

I was born and raised in sunny Southern California as the youngest of four daughters I climbed trees, shot arrows into the hillside, and rode bikes on the dirt trails, typical tomboy stuff My father worked hard as a doctor while my mom took a break from being a nurse and stayed home to raise us My parents were very supportive.Grade school and junior high, however, were very difficult for me My peers teased me daily because I had curly hair, a skinny body, and ducks yes, ducks I really wasn t dumb, but in public school I felt ugly, stupid, and socially inept can anyone relate High school was a welcomed change and I enjoyed the friends I met in band class Trombone was my instrument I wasn t a great player, but I did have fun I also enjoyed my art classes.After graduating, I reached a crossroads I could either ignore the faith of my childhood, or I could explore it, seeing if it would really stand up to the rigors of life.Realizing the only thing holding me back from growing closer to God was myself, I decided to pursue Him in prayer, reading the whole Bible, and getting involved in church My faith flourished.Around this time, my dad and I attended ground school and we earned our private pilot s licenses.In college, I found myself torn between art and music I chose art.Art classes at Cal State Long Beach were intense I honed my skills and learned a lot of complex processes However, after graduating I couldn t find a decent art related job I didn t consider jobs illustrating pornographic material as decent I struggled with my identity until God showed me that what I do is not who I am My identity comes from my relationship with Him.Through humorous circumstances, I landed a job as an art teacher in a private Christian school Of course, I ended up teaching lots of other subjects as well It was a great learning experience in many ways.After several years, I decided I needed to look into a career that could support me better financially So, I returned to flying I earned my instrument rating, and then my commercial rating Next on my list was a multi engine rating, but then something happened.I married David Rollins.Okay, I ll back up a little I met David in a church home group Because we were both involved in a lot of church functions, we got to know each other quite well our courtship is a humorous tale in itself.After getting married, we eventually moved into a little house in Hawthorne Three years later I gave birth to Rachel I quit my job at the school so I could stay home to raise her.When Rachel was six months old, I started to write my first real novel Arana s Child which everyone told me was too long, so I separated it into three books which would later become Arana s Visitor, Vashua s Messenger and Blackwell s Wrath After I finished this first book, I thought it was so much fun that I wrote another and another After twogirls were added to the family, David took a job near Seattle Washington I was happy to flee the smog basin of Los Angeles.We joined a church and eased into our areas of service I ve enjoyed writing worship songs, leading worship with guitar on occasion, and lending out new book manuscripts to friends.I am still writing and editing stories My days are full with homeschooling my children, serving in my church and writing God is good Julie Rollins

10 thoughts on “Arana's Visitor

  1. says:

    This is a great read SF from a Christian perspective.First in a series Plenty of action and suspence Creatively includes space aliens in a storyline based on a solidly Christian worldview.This is a must read for Christians who enjoy Science Fiction Fantasy and teenagers young adults that are undecided in their faith and need positive Christian role models.

  2. says:

    I really wanted to like this book I like science fiction and I am a Christian, but I do not feel like this book combined the two of them well.Some people have said that the Waterbabies is a good book if you read the abridged edition that tells the story with out all the tangents that Kingsley goes off on That is the impression I have after reading about half of this book Like it was trying to out do Christ in his Christianity.Plus there were a lot of cliche evangelical spiritual happenings I really wanted t

  3. says:

    This book is totally awesome I LOVED it It s about a college student who finds an alien and is totally changed Very nicely written Good plot, too Once you start you just can t put it down

  4. says:

    What if go into all the world and preach the gospel to all nations was only the beginning of the Great Commission What if Jesus, in taking on human form, was not just becoming human but was also becoming naharam, a class of beings to which humans merely belong What if God called you to take the gospel beyond Planet Earth to a universealive than you d ever dreamed Arana s Visitor by Julie Rollins explores those questions in an imaginative, exciting story Book 1 of the Vadelah Chronicles What if go into all the world and

  5. says:

    Arana s Visitor by Julie Rollins, a reviewBook 1 of the Vadelah ChroniclesSelf published in 2005, 288 pagesWorldview Christian This book will appeal mostly to Christians.David Decker, a college student, and his roommate Todd are driving on a country road one night when they see a red hot plane make an emergency landing On a hunch, they rescue the pilot, an alien, hide him from authorities at a roadblock, and take him home.At first they don t trust him But they decide to shelter him from bad Arana s Visitor by Julie Rollins,

  6. says:

    This is such a good, descriptive and adventurous book From the perspective of a college aged David Decker, Christian and philanthropist, Arana s Visitor is about strange alien encounters, loving your neighbor even if he DOES happen to be an alien from outerspace and the amazing love and grace of God It shows me that we may not know what will happen, and everything may look bad, but God always has a plan He knows I really recommend this book and the books that follow

  7. says:

    Don t let the slightly awkward start to this book put you off Rollins tells a story with humor, truth and insight into human nature This is unlike any other science fiction, coming from a Christian world view, allowing God s truth and creativity to weave a great story.It is hard to put down

  8. says:

    I loved this book It was very intriguing to read the authors kids go to my school I simply fell in love with the places and characters she describes in her books.Anyone who can should definitely read these books.

  9. says:

    I feel like it s impossible for me to give an accurate rating to this book since, not only has it been so long since I read it, but I was about 14 I loved it then but objectively it probably left something to be desired The premise is very ambitious It s about a guy who goes to be a missionary to the aliens The theological leap of logic required to get there is a little bit well, I mean it s just fiction, so I ll leave it alone, it s definitely not the worst way that aliens could appear I feel like it s impossible for me to give an accurate rating

  10. says:

    I m really enjoying this series right now Set in 89 on Earth, two college roommates meet an unexpected new friend I love the interesting non humanoid alien creatures Rollins created and fleshed out into great characters.

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