My older two thought this was a good read. They both love books with horses. They said it had good morals and a interesting story line. They enjoyed it. They read alot of books and enjoy the good and beautiful books. Thanks for the good books keep it up!
Great story that shows how the youth can overcome and open the hearts and eyes of adults all around. Such a great story with a bit of action and adventure wrapped in.
My daughter picked this one out and I admittedly didn’t think I would care for this one, but I loved it. It was a fun read with great imagery, great messages, and was engaging the entire time.
The Morgan and Kern families have been enemies for generations. The families hate each other so much that they live on small man-made islands—completely separate from their neighbors. Both families are raising beautiful ponies, hoping the king will buy them. These ponies are so important that young Lynn Morgan must live on the land away from his family for the entire summer to care for the ponies. Lynn protects them from violent thunderstorms and even a hungry pack of wolves, all while living next to his enemy, a young Kern boy. When an accident threatens the boys and their ponies, they must decide how important their family feud really is.
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