Michael Book 2 in the Norah's Children trilogy

Irish, orphaned, and abandoned, Michael aged three, is given to strangers who unjustly judge him inferior and pass him on again, this time to an exploitive spinster.
The novel explores the meanings of family to a child confused by loyalties to country, (England/ Ireland), and to family, (biological/ surrogate). 'Michael' ultimately celebrates the triumph of character over tragic circumstance.

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Words: 87,430
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301539932
About Ann O'Farrell

An Irish author, Ann worked in Ireland as a theater director, drama teacher, and Drama therapist. Her theater and teaching work was often with children, her dramatherapy involved clients of all ages, and with physical and/or mental difficulties.
Ann and her husband, John, retired to Florida and it is there that she began writing. Her letters home became humorous short stories. When some of these were accepted for publication she decided to attempt her first novel, Norah’s Children. That story eventually became a trilogy; Norah’s Children, Michael, and Going Home., and Ann has just completed a fourth novel, titled Kitty’s Hive, which should be available shortly.

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