Michelangelo & the Morgue

Michelangelo the Morgue In during a time when the power of the Medici the ruling family of Renaissance Florence was growing weaker and a friar named Savonarola was burning vanities a seventeen year old named Michela

  • Title: Michelangelo & the Morgue
  • Author: Joanne Lewis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In 1492, during a time when the power of the Medici, the ruling family of Renaissance Florence, was growing weaker and a friar named Savonarola was burning vanities, a seventeen year old named Michelangelo was making a name for himself as an artist However, he desired lessons before he felt he could create the greatest sculptures and paintings He yearned to carry ouIn 1492, during a time when the power of the Medici, the ruling family of Renaissance Florence, was growing weaker and a friar named Savonarola was burning vanities, a seventeen year old named Michelangelo was making a name for himself as an artist However, he desired lessons before he felt he could create the greatest sculptures and paintings He yearned to carry out autopsies to learn about the inner workings of the human body in order to make his art come to life Performing autopsies when not a doctor was illegal and punishable by death Who would take that risk for him With little convincing, Prior Bichiellini and Arrigo the Medico dared to allow him to sneak into the Santo Spirito morgue each night Michelangelo was shocked when he began to recognize many of the corpses who, it appeared, had been murdered including his beloved best friend, Catarina Was there a connection between these deaths Did Savonarola have something to do with them The Medici Was Prior Bichiellini and Arrigo the Medico responsible Did he dare risk his own life and try to solve the murders Or, should he stick to what he knew best, creating art Most know Michelangelo as the creator of David and the painter of the Sistine Chapel In Michelangelo the Morgue, a historical fantasy novella, Michelangelo defies religious and political powers in order to find who is murdering the artists of Florence, learning along the way that the person actually responsible might just be himself.

    • [PDF] Download Ò Michelangelo & the Morgue | by ☆ Joanne Lewis
      140 Joanne Lewis
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] Download Ò Michelangelo & the Morgue | by ☆ Joanne Lewis
      Posted by:Joanne Lewis
      Published :2018-04-09T10:31:49+00:00

    1 thought on “Michelangelo & the Morgue”

    1. What a wonderful little gem of a book. I downloaded this and was just taking a quick peek to see what it was going to be about and immediately got pulled into the story.I loved the characters, the plot and the setting. Everything in this book was spot-on and I can't wait to read the rest of Michelangelo's adventures.I ended up downloading "The Lantern," a full-length novel by this author and would definitely recommend any of her works to someone who enjoys a deeply felt story with great characte [...]

    2. Pretty GoodI enjoyed reading this book. The perspective of the narrator was intriguing. I was a little dissatisfied with the ending. I do not need to read the next book in the series right away.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *