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Stallion Gate

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  • Posted April 20, 2009

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    Seriously good read!!

    While I liked Cruz Smith's later book on a related topic, December 6, I really enjoyed his take on the testing of the first atomic bombs in New Mexico. His characters are always so complex and vibrant. It was so easy to picture the lead, Joe Pena, that I swear I know him already. Another fantastic novel by the sadly, always under-rated Martin Cruz Smith!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2014

    Firework

    Hmm... sounds good, ill stick with you!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2014

    How To Bulid Better Stallion Part One

    Blight and Cupcakes were two dorks in their high school. So there is one popular mare that might named Starlight. Starlight taunted them all time except for teacher watch. Cupcakes has a yellow body, brown mane and wore a glasses. She is kind, sweet, adorable. But for Blight, she has red body and he name is black. Both of them are unicorns. Starlight is not alicorn, to be fair, she is advanced unicorn than entire school. Cupcakes waved two kind stallions. But they accidently waved to Starlight's coltfriend. She stomped and said,"That is my coltfriend, rather you have one, oh silly me, you don't have one!" Her posse laughed. Cupcakes was little upset. She annouced,"I have one. Way better than you." Starlight said,"Prove it. Tomorrow." School bell rang for dissmal. The went to Blight's House. Blight said,"But- the school she said prove it!" Cupcakes nodded but little scared,"No way we get one." Blight sighed and paced around. Cupcakes was lying her her bed. She said,"Your father!"

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