Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Wiked Good by Amy Lewis Faircloth and Joanne Lewis


A Mother, A Son and Asperger's Syndrome
A Different Kind of Love Story
A Different Kind of Mystery


Kirkus Reviews Calls Wiked Good
"A Funny Frazzled Tale of
Extreme Parenting"

As her son Rory approaches his sixteenth birthday, Maine lawyer, Archer Falcon, anticipates his emotional breakdown. Her fears are confirmed when she receives a call on the first day of school that Rory is drunk. His behaviors escalate and eventually lead him to a confrontation with his biological mother in Massachusetts. As Archer joins Rory on his journey toward self knowledge, she learns that neither she nor Rory need be victims of his dual mental health diagnoses of bipolar disorder and Asperger’s syndrome.

WICKED GOOD was an incredible read. This was a roller coaster ride from start to finish. As the many layers unfolded, I went to bed at night wondering what was next for Archer and Rory. I woke up early the next morning just to steal some time to Linkread before the day began. As a mother of a special needs child, I empathized with Archer. The authors did an incredible job providing real insight into Rory’s world. This is a great book for all readers. Nacoal Brooks

WICKED GOOD by authors Amy Lewis Faircloth and Joanne Lewis is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other websites. Also in local bookstores or on our website at www.amyandjoanne.com.

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