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John Powers (a.k.a. J-Powers) has had the uncommon experience of growing up in urban Los Angeles at a time of great upheaval. “My coming of age impelled me to strive to make a difference with my life,” notes Powers. His chosen field when he entered the University of Southern California was theater, specifically writing. He has employed theater, writing, and video intensively in recent years to bring to life some of the most compelling experiences that our nation has witnessed. “People are hungry for discovery and meaningful engagement with others,” observes Powers. “Through theater and publications that explore compelling experiences, we can begin our own search in an environment that assures us that we are not alone.”
on March 07, 2017 :
A Tale For Children and Adults Alike
Beautifully narrated, Queen of Sky Island draws the listener in with its explicitly drawn visual images and odyssey story line complete with many adventures, moral choices and positive outcomes. The written language is captivating and the narrator brings the story to life with perfection. At the very end that you learn about the author, John Powers who adopted a little known Story by the creator of the Emerald City years ago. These notes add to the enjoyment of the tale.
(review of free book)
on March 14, 2015 :
The "Queen of Sky Island" was a great story of adventure.If you want a story with a little suspense this is the book.I truly enjoyed reading,after every chapter I could hardly wait to find out what would happen next.This is an easy read great before bed and the kids too!!!
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)
on Aug. 21, 2014 :
Queen of Sky Island is a great story about a young girl and her two companions. They go on a wonderful adventure to a place called Sky Island looking for Tara's Military Father. There is where Tara and friends meet some fabulous characters. They lead her and her two companions on some wonderful adventures. I really enjoyed how the author developed the character of Tara and how her adventures lead her to become a fair and free thinking young adult. I would certainly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good adventure. I certainly enjoyed reading and my grandson and I are reading a chapter at a time
(reviewed 8 months after purchase)