|Title:||The Agony and the Ecstasy|
It's been months since I had the time for any reading. In fact, I was nearly finished with The Agony and the Ecstasy when the job started, and though I finished it shortly thereafter it has been a long time since I've posted here, so this review is long overdue.
All I can do now is recommend this book highly, particularly if you're a student of the arts or an artist.
Stone's research is good, and though I cannot tell you where he veered into fiction, I can tell you that I enjoyed this work a lot.
Michaelangelo is one of my favorites, and an inspiration to me as a sculptor. I learned a lot about him and his time from this book, and highly recommend it.