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Flying Changes by Sara Gruen
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Jul 25, 2007

really liked it
bookshelves: romance, chicklit, horses
Recommended for: horselovers, sara gruen fans

I stand by the fact that the horse details will make any equiphile drool, although the storyline in this book (compared to Riding Lessons) is harder to swallow. Nearly every segment ends with the protagonist near tears, in tears, choking back tears...I feel emotionally constipated as I think back on the scenes.

Also, the teenager is an unforgiveable brat in this one - it really made me think about whether I'm up for mothering something that horrible and heartless, selfish and cruel.

So, if you didn't like Riding Lessons, I would recommend skipping this one. But, if like me you can't get enough of the show ring action dangled delightfully before your eyes by Gruen's remarkable vocabulary and ability to conjure images, I'd say go for it.

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