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Midnight Rider by Joan Hiatt Harlow
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Feb 08, 2012

it was amazing

This is book is a great book, and it mixes with your emotions. When you read it, at one point you'll be crying another you'll be laughing. This book is about a girl who works for the British General Thomas Gage. She is sent away by her selfish aunt after her mother dies to work for him. Hannah (the girl) loves her horse promise, she rides promise dressed as a boy so she has the right to ride at night. At night Hannah pulls pranks on the British. Her friend Will, who had bought the horse after her aunt sold him, is about to get punished as the owner of the horse, because now it seems he is the midnight rider. Read this book to find out if, and how, Hannah helps Will. At the same time of all this Hannah had been bringing messages to Paul Revere about what the British were planning, and when Paul runs into a trap, set by the British, Hannah had to ride to Salem herself to bring the warning of the incoming British. Sad things happen in this book, as well as happy things, funny things, and just plain old unpredictable things. Follow Hannah's story when you read Midnight Rider.
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