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WONDERFUL ADVENTURE TO IRELAND..., February 18, 2013
By My Book Addiction and More "MyBookAddictionAndMore"
This review is from: Harold the High Knight and Princess Megan (Paperback)
HAROLD THE HIGH KNIGHT AND PRINCESS MEGAN:HAROLD AND MEGAN by Micheal Andrisano is
an interesting Juvenile Fiction/Action & Adventure. Young Harold hates puzzles. But in order to save his Dad,he must solve a riddle. Which takes him on a quest to Ireland,the world of Fairies,and a magical adventure. Young readers,and old will not want to miss this magical adventure. Filled with Leprechauns,fairies,gnomes,hope,danger,and a Queen. Faced paced and action filled from beginning to end. Explore the Realm of Enchantment, on a magical adventure across the ocean to the Emerald Isle of Ireland with Harold and Princess Megan. A must read for young and old readers alike. If you enjoy magical adventures,Ireland,legends,magic,and the power of love you will want to pick up a copy of "HAROLD THE HIGH KNIGHT AND PRINCESS MEGAN". A keeper and sure to be a treasure for young readers and old. I would highly recommend this title. I hope to see more on this adventure. Received for an honest review from the author.
HEAT RATING: NONE (JUNVENILE FICTION)
REVIEWED BY: AprilR, My Book Addiction and More/My Book Addiction Reviews
Micheal Andrisano continues where others put down their pens. Cool and relentless, he dissects modern life, weighs its components, and then puts them back together to a fascinating literary
organism. A soulful piece of writing, presented quite unsentimentally.
Madeleine Portner, New York Times, about An Argument for a Cure
Just go to a book store and walk to the shelves. Try to find Micheal Andrisano at its right location. Not a chance.
Robert Newham, Chicago Tribune, about An Argument for a Cure
For a long time, American literature believed that morality did not have a place in literature. And it is true: Moral questions used to bore us endlessly, until now. ya have to read;
by Micheal Andrisano. With An Argument for a Cure
Gloria Hunter, Boston Globe, about An Argument for a Cure
RD: But didn't you say you needed a reason to write?
MJA That is true, but you should be careful to talk about it. It wouldn't even be possible to define it. (Laughs.) I hope I am never able to do that, because if I didn't know from the start exactly what my motivation is, I could just stop right there and then, go work in my yard, and be happy.
NYT: Micheal Andrisano, is seems no matter what you try your hand at is a success. We in New York read your books, shake our head, and would rather return back to our parties, but there is this
small part in us that continues to bother us in a wonderful way, just like an olive that has fallen into a cocktail it does not belong in. We are upset all night long. And so finally we start
reflecting. This basically describes the Andrisano effect...