A Horse Whisperer? That made no sense to Abe Cason. There were no whispers or words a horse could understand, all Abe could do is what he had always done, listen and respond, the rest was up to the horse.
As for now Abe was doubting his ability as a husband and father. He seemed to give his whole life to horses and a dead end job, building up a ranch that was not his, while he watched his wife Patricia create a home out of a shack and his daughter Paige attempt to fit in society with her beloved horse Liberty Bell.
Through judgment, criticism and loss can this poverty stricken family stand strong, or does it separate them through the quiet rolls they play in a small town in Eastern Oregon?
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awesome. very happy with reading it! details horse training to a "t" for folks like me who have horses. love the story and locality of it
this is a great book for families and spouses to read. makes you not want to put it down . if you love horses and friendships than you will love this book
WHAT A GREAT BOOK TO GET LOST IN... EASY FAMILY READING BOOK, MY SPOUSE COULDNT PUT IT DOWN AND MY BOYS 9 AND 6 LOVED TO LISTEN TO THE STORY OF YOUNG PAGE AND HER LIFE, FRIENDSHIP WITH HER HORSE. WE LAUGHED WE CRIED AND WE CANT WAIT FOR THE NEXT ONE!! AKMOSS... WHEN WILL WE BE SEEING THE MOVIE?? :)