True Enough

True Enough

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  • Title: True Enough
  • Author: Lauren Brooke
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN 9780439981941

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      Published :2019-09-04T17:33:32+00:00

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    After Amy helps Ashley, her archenemy, after Ashley falls during a show, Amy is surprised when Ashley comes to Heartland asking for her help. Reluctantly, Amy decides to help Ashley, if only for the sake of Ashley's horse. Meanwhile, Amy has to figure out what is wrong with a horse named Boxer, whose owner sent him to Heartland to be re-homed. It doesn't help that Ruth, Boxer's owner, rubs Amy the wrong way.In both cases, Amy is working with people she doesn't like, and she has difficulty moving [...]

    Well I had time to read another one in this series while I waited until I could go home, and for some reason, this made me reconsider getting rid of this series, which is funny because when I read these is the past, I wasn’t much a fan of this one.Like the others, this was an enjoyable read that had a few life lessons amongst the pages and helped me kill time while keeping me vaguely entertained. I really enjoyed the chance to see more of Ashley, and seeing into her life made us understand her [...]

    I rate this book a ten out of ten. I loved this book. I love horses and that is all it is about. I watch the series of this book and it was amazing and the book is so much better. I recomend this book to anybody who likes horses. Thats all they talk about and you learn about horses to. I recommend this book to teenagers. This goes best to teenagers that like horses. They can learn what to do to horses to calm them down.This book is about Amy taking care of a horse called Boxer. Boxer was a horse [...]

    The Heartland books are a fun read, and they’re pretty quick to get through for me. You get your horses and your heartache from Heartland. These books are pretty steady, all continuing the story of Amy, Lou, Ty, Jack and the assorted horses. The writing and subject matter are obviously intended for children, and can be a bit clunky at times for individuals with a higher reading level.

    I loved this book just like I loved the first one I read, which was One Day You'll know. Amy is a caring person, and she will do anything to help anyone, and any horse. She helps her school enemy, a horse, who misses his previous owner, a woman who is loosing her father, and a father who is suffering from Alzheimer's. It was a great book.

    While the mix of personal issues and horse issues is similar in this book as to the others in the series, the development in Ty's character is a great addition in this book. He is such as important character to Heartland and to Amy, and we still don't know a whole heck of a lot about him.

    this book toughed home a bit. i watched my grandmother dwindle away with alziemhers. in this books you loook more into ty's family life.

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