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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Science Fiction / Adventure
  • Language:English
  • Pages:318
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543921205

The Omieja Project

Adventure On the Appalachian Trail

by Dana Wayne Haley

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Overview
When four college students decide to spend the summer after graduation hiking the Appalachian Trail, they imagine a few months of fun adventures, meeting new people, and making the most of their last summer of freedom before “slaving away for some Fortune 500 company”. Instead they have their share of mysterious and often stressful experiences; including a perilous encounter that forces them off the trail, causing them to stumble upon something that makes them question their sanity and wonder if they are finally safe—or if their troubles are just beginning.
Description
When four college students decide to spend the summer after graduation hiking the Appalachian Trail, they imagine a few months of fun adventures, meeting new people, and making the most of their last summer of freedom before “slaving away for some Fortune 500 company”. Instead they have their share of mysterious and often stressful experiences; including a perilous encounter that forces them off the trail, causing them to stumble upon something that makes them question their sanity and wonder if they are finally safe—or if their troubles are just beginning. Join Einstein, Lotus Blossom, Horn Dog and Bo Peep—their chosen trail names—for the summer of a lifetime and the thrilling and unbelievable end to their amazing adventure.
About the author
Dana Wayne Haley was born and raised in West Glenburn, Maine, and served in the U. S. Army from 1965 to 1967. He graduated from the University of Maine with a BS/MS in electrical engineering in 1975, working in the Boston area until 1992 as a design engineer, lead electrical engineer, project engineer, and independent consultant specializing in infrared system design and development. He also served as the chief engineer responsible for development of a large screen projection TV in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Haley won the Honeywell Electro-Optics Operations Technical Achievement Award and the prestigious H. W. Sweatt Engineer-Scientist Award in 1981. He was also an online editor, journalist, and writer (1997-2000) for Maine RoundBALL Magazine before leaving to concentrate on writing the novels Journey With the Comet: Beautiful Dreamer; Journey With the Comet: The Journey Continues; and The Omieja Project: Adventure on the Appalachian Trail. He currently lives in Orono, Maine.
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