File Size: 2209 KB
Print Length: 139 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publication Date: June 28, 2014
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Best Sellers Rank: #77,187 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store) #48 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Children's eBooks > Animals > Horses #50 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Nonfiction > Sports > Individual Sports > Horses > Equestrian #83 in Books > Crafts, Hobbies & Home > Pets & Animal Care > Horses > Riding
This series of books has got me hooked. I love all the twists and turns the story has taken and book #8 does not disappoint. Hmmm, I wonder if Miguel knows what Emily has been up to? Maybe we'll get to find out in book #9! Either way I'm looking forward to it!
This was definitely a good story, even though there were some parts that were just too "sunshine and unicorns" to be believable, but given the age of the characters and target audience, I guess it's too be expected. The synopsis for the book, however, does not accurately describe the story. It's not quite as dramatic as the synopsis would like the reader to believe. There was potential for a lot more drama, but it was cut short. Also, it references a "famous" rider (aka made up) who rode her first Grand Prix at the age of 13 and was short-listed for the Olympics at 16...a 16 year old can qualify for the Olympics, yes, but a 13 year old can't jump Grand Prix-level obstacles due to FEI guidelines for age and jump height. Grand Prix jumps are bigger than what the FEI allows junior riders to jump and a rider can't be considered professional until they are 18.Nevertheless, I'm about to go buy book 9 of this series and I can't wait to read it.
Really enjoy all her books as they remind me of my youth . They are fun interesting and I like the characters who are nicely defined. I am waiting for the next one. They all are kinda like candy after heavy meal.
I've been taking my time reading this book. I think the main character has grown and matured and learned so much since Book 1. I'm an adult reading this very young adult series and loving it. So far there has been only 1 book in the series that was so so. I'm not a great reviewer and others have done much better reviews, but I'm just adding my 2 cents. Now on to Book 9.
This book is so good! Even with all the ups and downs it really got me hooked!! Im very surprised that some people don't like this series! I have kindle unlimited and i have to wait a month before i can read another one unless i buy it :( oh well :)
The storyline wasn't what I expected; perhaps even better. The ending could have been better than it was written. It ended abruptly with a far fetched idea thrown in to get the reader to go to the next book in the series. Regardless, I am reading the series. Onwards!
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