"Fletcher McKenzie is no ordinary fourteen-year-old living in western Maine. He would inherit his family's food business in less than four years. But first he has to save not only the business itself but his mother and comatose father. Fletcher's adventures start when he notices a mysterious ancient portrait of Mollyockett, a Pequawket Indian who lived in the 1700s, hanging in his father's bedroom. Her eyes seemed to come alive and stare directly at Fletcher. And after seeing the poem Fletcher found on the back of the painting, Uncle Woodrow said, "What I tell you, you mustn't tell a soul.'
"When Fletcher discovers a passage that has been a McKenzie family secret for generations, this fast-paced, page-turning adventure begins in earnest. The passage leads to another world called Whole, where Fletcher unlocks a secret power and battles a ancient enemy of the McKenzie family. This book is truly a wonderful read. The historical tidbits are enchanting; the action, thrilling. In fact, I never knew I was reading a nutrition book! Read it and discover why many call Fletcher the American Harry Potter!" (Larry Stone, author, editor, publisher (author of The Story of the Bible, Noah: The Real Story, and Women of the Bible; publisher of Life's Little Instruction Book).