The Mystical Aria series tells the intergalactic stories of Aria Vanir, a psychic tween from Virginia Beach with a passion to discover life on other planets. Her secretive remote viewing of Vitchera, planet of the Gallions, sparks Aria?s first alien adventure in Mystical Aria: Seeking the Gallion Queen.
The series takes a positive, friendly approach to life on other planets and encounters with aliens. It shows how good aliens can teach us spiritual principles such as love, infinity, and prosperity.
Fascinating characters?both aliens and humans?will entertain tweens and young teens with their secrets and how they deal with intergalactic encounters. Books in this series can enrich book clubs with enticing new material or simply pull families together for a fun read.
Seven Steps to Face an Alien
Many compare Guthrie?s novel to the endearing kid-meets-alien theme in Steven Spielberg?s E.T.?David Thalberg
Jean plans to write several sequels for the Mystical Aria series.?Learn more?about their titles, release dates, and promotional discounts.?Here?s what?s next in the author?s notepad:
1. An eBook of Aria?s private tDiary entries while she?s with the Gallions on their superspaceship in Seeking the Gallion Queen.?What did she learn about the Gallions that?s not in the first book?
2. ?Paperback and eBook: When faced with destruction of their planet, the Gallions turn to Aria and her Sword of Purity for answers.
The quotes below from Einstein and Sagan so align with the philosophies of author Jean Neff Guthrie that she includes them in the front pages of her first novel, Mystical Aria: Seeking the Gallion Queen. What better way to explore something incredible in a friendly universe than an adventure between a human girl and an alien queen.
“But if we decide that the universe is a friendly place, then we will use our technology, our scientific discoveries and our natural resources to create tools and models for understanding that universe. Because power and safety will come through understanding its workings and its motives.”
“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.”