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Katie and the Mustang #4 (Hoofbeats: Katie and the Mustang #4)

4.03 of 5 stars 4.03  ·  rating details  ·  97 ratings  ·  3 reviews
With trepidation, Katie continues Westward with the Kylers. The mountainous terrain makes for difficult traveling, and they arrive in Oregon shortly before the winter snows hit. While the Kylers and the others begin the search for land, Katie's worst fears are confirmed. Her uncle is not there. Then she realizes that she has brought the Mustang home, and she cannot keep hi ...more
ebook, 144 pages
Published May 24th 2004 by Puffin Books (first published May 1st 2004)
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3 1/2 stars

Kathleen Duey fascinates me. She wrote over 80 books for young children about horsies and unicorns and fairies, and then suddenly switched to writing dark, atypical fantasy books such as Skin Hunger and Sacred Scars. So when I found one of her pony books in a used book sale, I was curious.

HOOFBEATS is a surprisingly good book. Some things I recognized from her YA series - for example, the writing style is clear and detail-oriented, enriching the story with tiny, well-researched detail
Though this is meant for younger readers, I couldn't help but love it, particularly the perspective of the stallion at the beginning of each chapter
Ms. Liddy McKenna gave everyone a shock, I think she was awesome, also I think what happened to Grover's Mother was a good thing for him. The ending was not what I thought it would be, but I think that it was better in the end for Katie.
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Kathleen Duey grew up in Colorado. She loved riding her horses, hiking, being in the mountains. Reading was always important to her. Writing became a fascination early in her life. In the fourth grade, Kathleen began writing stories and told everyone who would listen that she was going to be an author. Then she did nothing about it until she was 35 years old. In the last decade, Kathleen has learn ...more
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Skin Hunger (A Resurrection of Magic, #1) Sacred Scars (A Resurrection of Magic, #2) Moonsilver (The Unicorn's Secret, #1) Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron The Silver Bracelet (The Unicorn's Secret, #3)

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