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Sea Horses (Sea Horses #1)

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Tamsin Weston unwittingly releases the evil spirit of the Dark Stallion, who has been trapped inside a small statue for hundreds of years. Her mistake threatens to bring perpetual storms and danger. Only Tamsin can put things right and bring balance back to nature. To do this she must find and enlist the spirit of the Blue Horse, a force for good, who has battled and overc...more
Published June 5th 2003 by Puffin
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This is the book which made me discover 'libraries' and how they work. I had found the first copy in my school's limited collection, and I desperately wanted to read the rest of them. My life changed when I realised that 'libraries' have books, I have never looked back since.

I loved this book in year 6, it was ridiculously exciting and oen of my favourite books of all time.
I have loved this book since I was 13.
It's about a girl who breaks a statue thing, and then an evil horse from the sea comes to seek revenge on her.
I enjoyed this series thoroughly and was sad to read the final book
R.I.P to the Author. I was luckily enough to receive an email from her before she died.
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I was so young when I read this, but I remember loving it. It was special and captivating - especially for a young mind. Even now I wouldn't mind going back to read it. It was magical.

I waited years for the next one after this, and even now I haven't read it. I hope to one day...
This book could be kind of thin like the Animorph books but I know the plot is pretty cool. It's a good book overall.
Sea horses is a very gud book. It is a bit too easy for my level.

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Louise Cooper was born in Hertfordshire in 1952. She began writing stories when she was at school to entertain her friends. She hated school so much, in fact—spending most lessons clandestinely writing stories—that she persuaded her parents to let her abandon her education at the age of fifteen and has never regretted it.

She continued to write and her first full-length novel was published when she...more
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The Initiate (Time Master, #1) The Master (Time Master, #3) The Outcast (Time Master, #2) Nemesis (Indigo, #1) Inferno (Indigo, #2)

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