Proofed and corrected from the original edition for enjoyable reading. (Worth every penny spent!)
THE appeal of "Michael O'Halloran," as of all Gene Stratton-Porter's novels, lies in the fact that it is a story of men and women who do credit to human nature and who display in their actions some of the beauty and strength that are to be achieved in every day life instead of weakness and misery.
To read "Michael O'Halloran" is a tonic in living for it lays hold of the cleaner, nobler aspirations while it takes us into a world of beauty to which the author has a secret key — a world of exquisite flowers and birds.
If you would add something to the PLUS side of your life and make it fresher, sweeter and better worth living read "Michael O'Halloran."
What Readers Say:
"The story fairly radiates sunshine and an exuberant faith in the innate goodness of humanity."
— Philadelphia Press.
"The narrative itself is tender, uplifting and soundly suggestive; Mickey's quips and quirks and brave slogan of ' be square ' bear inspiriting message, and the open-air element is beyond praise."
"We loved Freckles, but now comes Mickey, trained on the city's streets, a brave little fellow. There is a certain logic and philosophy of street life that fascinates and is true to life, and Mickey's brand is real. He knows the streets."