"Poor man. Poor people in those coal mines at the beginning of the book. I still remember that terrifying descent in a too-small cage of all those miners! Horrible! (If you accidentally put your finger out of the cage it would be scraped away!)..."
"After reading The Agony and The Ecstasy, I was determined to get my hands on another biographical fiction by Irving Stone, and he did not disappoint! Again he completely swept me off my feet with his vivid, vibrant, emotional writing style.
"Anyone familiar with the works of Michelangelo will enjoy this tale of his life and how the artist lived and interacted with the world around him. It's not a book to be read in one sitting but gives some insight to the artist's passion, his famil..."