Pamela Waclawski Waclawski itibaren Texas
What I liked more about the actual reading of this was all the allusions. That's right, I read this thing for the footnotes. Don't think I'm an idiot--I understood it fine. The density of his references just bowled me over.
The story was ok but towards the end it lost points because it was rushed through and felt insincere.
I really liked this one! This is not Water for Elephants (read that one if you have not already) but for lovers of horses, this book is great! For those of you who don't love horses there is still a lot to recommend this book. Its a fast read, much lighter than Water... The main character is a flawed mother, who had a flawed childhood. But she doesn't play the victim card, she just plows forward doing her flawed best. :) I warn you of this because you might find her tiring in her inability to just do anything right. But I liked her because she kept on. Her relationship with her mother, and her mothers devoted relationship to her father make a fascinating and deep sub-story to the lighter top story of girl loves horse.