Horse at the Corner Post: Our Divine Journey

Horse at the Corner Post: Our Divine Journey

by Denise Lee Branco

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Have you ever experienced an unexplainable connection with your pet? Shared a language all your own that could only astound others? When the day came for your dear pet to return to Heaven, was your bond so strong that it took every ounce of your soul to let go?

This award-winning memoir chronicles one woman's journey, ignited by a startling dream’s message to find the horse she separated from years earlier. Through Branco’s skilled and honest storytelling, the reader joins each step of this journey, vividly reminded of their spiritual connection to the animals that may have graced their own life. This inspired family reading will certainly appeal to animal lovers of all ages.

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ISBN-13: 9780984588817
Publisher: Strolling Hills Publishing
Publication date: 10/19/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 152
File size: 605 KB

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Horse at the Corner Post: Our Divine Journey 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Valerie_Ormond More than 1 year ago
Denise Lee Branco’s Horse at the Corner Post tells the touching story of a girl-turned-woman’s 30-year relationship with her horse, Freedom. Branco’s true story includes situations which many horse owners face, including parting with a horse, believing it to be in good hands, and then finding out the situation changed. The author chronicles her journey in finding her equine partner again, and then her partnership that continued until her American Quarter Horse Freedom’s last day. Branco’s heartfelt words and vivid descriptions take the reader along for the journey, both spiritually and physically. I particularly liked the fact that she did not paint Freedom as the perfect horse at all times. Like many of us, he had his moments, which made him who he was. The family bonds weaved throughout, and certain rituals such as “praying to St. Anthony to recover things lost” added a very human touch and feel to this story. The conversational, melodic writing style makes the reader feel as if he or she is listening to the author in her own words. I also enjoyed the photographs, which gave the book a diary feeling, and a chance to get to know and see the characters at several stages in life. Along with her writing career, and as a continued tribute to her horse, Branco, and experienced horsewoman, has recognized horse rescues and helped with fundraising from Washington state to Maryland. Horse at the Corner Post readily shares Denise Lee Branco’s love of horses, her family, and life, and I highly recommend this well-written book, appropriate for all ages.