"Magic does indeed exist. From the land of giants, fairies and wizards, Michele Avanti's book, GreeHee, The Journey of Five, had me on the edge of my seat. The adventure between a young dragon and the fairy he befriends takes place in the Land of Tamoor. There they must face their enemies, their fears, and keep alive the hope of their hearts. GreeHee is a book of mystery, adventure and prophecy that delights the mind while feeding the soul. I truly recommend GreeHee The Journey of Five." --Michelene Bell, Publisher, In Light Times
"Tales of Tamoor is filled with fresh ideas. Here you get the wisdom of Jonathan Livingston Seagull and the adventure and mystery of the Celestine Prophecy rolled into an epic fantasy of colossal proportions liken to The Chronicles of Narnia or The Lord of the Rings. A mysterious prophecy, a perilous journey and an encounter with evil. Danger and surprise at every turn...and lots and lots of magic! I loved it, once you pick it up, get comfortable, you'll read till dawn." --O. A., Charleston, NC
Move Over Harry Potter I am not a fantasy reader but when the rage over Harry Potter got to me I picked up the first book, read it, and enjoyed it. But when I read Michele's GreeHee The Journey of Five I felt that I discovered a new J.K. Rowling. The lovable characters and their nightmarish adventures stemming from Michele's imagination - dragons, fairies, giants - are etched in your memory long after you close the book. Like Harry Potter, Michele's fantasy will appeal to both children and adults. It's only a matter of time when the U.S. version of Ms. Rowling takes hold in America. --Francine Silverman, Talk Radio for Authors, Riverside, NY
About the Author
Michele Avanti is an accomplished, award winning author, journalist, and metaphysician. Her articles, columns and feature stories have appeared in magazines and newspapers since 1985. Michele has been both guest speaker and emcee on over fourteen hundred radio programs across the United States. She draws upon a wide variety of life experience, from urbanite and horse rancher, from army sergeant to New York cab driver. Michele holds two fine arts degrees, and has counseled and taught metaphysics since 1972.