The Delaney - Journey to Banba

The Delaney - Journey to Banba

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988688711
Publisher: Sheeran Press, Inc.
Publication date: 12/20/2012
Edition description: Expanded
Pages: 350
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.78(d)

About the Author

A.M. Moseley is an award-winning and nationally bestselling poet who has published several collections of poetry under her full name, Annabelle Moseley. Walt Whitman Birthplace Writer-in-Residence, 2009-2010, Moseley is a college lecturer at the graduate and undergraduate level and taught high school for four years. A Pushcart Prize nominee, Moseley has appeared in The New York Times, Newsday and in Oprah.com’s O, The Oprah Magazine’s Selection of Original Poetry. She is the innovator of a new poetic form, the "mirror sonnet," and is the winner of a 2008 Amy Award from Poets & Writers. A. M. Moseley lives with her husband on the North Shore of Long Island.

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djh23 More than 1 year ago
Much like the main characters in the story, when you first start reading "The Delaney: Journey to Banba" you really don't know what to expect. The story starts out innocuously enough, with a young girl being dropped off at her new home. In a preview of what is to come, Ms. Moseley uses her poetically inspired prose to bring excitement and a sense of foreboding to what seems like a simple event. And what follows is even better! This story will appeal to anyone who enjoys stories of far off lands of magic and wonder where anything can happen! Written in flowing prose that hints at the author's background as a poet, this story has something to offer readers of all ages. On the surface, it is the tale of a young girl and her new friend being whisked away on an exciting adventure and discovering that all (including their own identities) is not always as it seems. Like most great works of fantasy, there is more to it than that. Although some might view it differently, I think “The Delaney: Journey to Banba” is about meeting and overcoming the challenges that life inevitably throws at you. The tale is intelligently used as a vehicle to explore the profound inner struggles that almost every person goes through at some point in their life.  The struggles of the characters echo our own, filled with moments both light and dark. There are moments of despair and hope, dread and humor. In the end, it is a thoroughly enjoyable and uplifting novel that may just help readers a tiny bit when dealing with their own challenges.  Enjoyable and appropriate for readers of all ages, I highly recommend “The Delaney: Journey to Banba.”