Wednesday, June 5, 2013

"Harold the High Knight and Princess Megan" by Michael Andreisano ~ Book Review

Book Description:

A Beguiling Adventure in the World of Fairy... Things just haven't been the same for Harold and Megan since their father mysteriously disappeared. But one night, a ghostly visitor tells Harold that his father is being held captive by a mad gnome named Gagledormius, somewhere in Ireland. To find the lair of the mad gnome, Harold must solve a riddle. Harold loses all hope; he hates puzzles of all kinds. But a magical box that belonged to his father may hold a clue. When Harold relates his strange tale to his family, his mother refuses to believe it, and thinks Harold is making up stories to console him for the loss of his father. But Megan knows there's more to it. Against their mother's wishes, Harold and Megan turn to their classmates for help. But when nobody can solve the riddle, they must convince their mother that their father is in danger, and that they must travel to Ireland to seek the help of his relatives and friends. Little do they know what awaits them on the Emerald Isle: the mad gnome is the enemy of fairy folk, and they receive some special help from the Mayor of the Leprechauns, as well as from a surprise visitor who appears when hope is lost. Will Harold and Megan find their father, and can they rescue him before time runs out? Follow them across the ocean and into a magical world as they explore the realm of enchantment.

About the Author, Michael Andrisano:

Mike Andrisano is the author of "Operation Seeding" and it's soon to be released sequel, "A World Gone Made".  He and his wife live in New Jersey. "Harold the High Knight and Princess Megan" is a story that was developed in and around the countryside surrounding his wife's family ancestral town of Tournafulla, County Limerick, Ireland.

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Michael pens "Harold High Knight and Princess Megan" in a fantasy adventure plot filled with faeries, leprechauns, ghosts and more, as we travel to Ireland. A nice fast paced read that kept my interest with the author's story line, along with his interesting and unique characters. This is a book that should be on all middle grade and older fantasy, magickal fans TBR list.

I give "Harold High Knight and Princess Megan" a 5 star rating.

*Disclosure: I received the above product(s) from the Author in exchange for an honest review and in no way was I asked to give a positive review. I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. This disclosure is in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255, Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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