[Read] ➪ Fear of Falling (Wild at Heart, #9) Author Laurie Halse Anderson – Writerscompany.co.uk

Fear of Falling (Wild at Heart, #9) David Doesn T Know How To Handle His Dad When He Pushes David And His Horse Too Hard During Training For A Competition. I picked this book up on a whim I m a huge fan of Anderson s writing and I m a horse fanatic, so I figured what could be better From a horse standpoint, its actually one of the better equine stories out there Horses in books are a pet peeve of mine because the majority of the time they are described as magical, thoughtful creatures that can solve everything ugh I love my horse and I ride competitively so don t be offended when I say horses are not smart in a human way Is my horse smart I picked this book up on a whim I m a huge fan of Anderson s writing and I m a horse fanatic, so I figured what could be better From a horse standpoint, its actually one of the better equine stories out there Horses in books are a pet peeve of mine because the majority of the time they are described as magical, thoughtful creatures that can solve everything ugh I love my horse and I ride competitively so don t be offended when I say horses are not smart in a human way Is my horse smart, yes, but at the end of the day I know that I am assigning human thoughts and emotions to a 1200 lb animal, most authors don t get that So its gets a thumbs up from me for being pretty true to the nature of horses, lolI would love to knowabout David s dad s situation Why did he leave in the first place Will they really be able to pick up the pieces of their lives and make a go of it I know it was likely Okay, it s a J fiction series about kids and animals, my standards weren t particularly high in the first place, but this was annoyingly heavy handed If only David hadn t been so certain his dad could do no wrong If only his father had David wants jump on horsebackthan anything, but he s very afraid of falling When his father comes home after a long absence, David must put aside his fears and prove himself worthy of his father s approval Good realistic prose.

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