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Dark Fire: Sometimes Horses Need a Little Magic Paperback – May 24 2011
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When Lisa's family was forced to sell their house and horses, life became hard enough - but then her dad finds out Lisa is going everyday to visit the horse that was once hers, her beloved Jupiter, and forbids her to go again. But nothing is going to stop Lisa, not even the new owner's nephew who threatens her. And now the final blow, the nephew is abusing Jupiter!
Lisa feels helpless and outnumbered. Only one thing is for certain: she will not abandon the horse she loves. She just has to find a way to solve all the problems.
And then the very bad situation becomes infinitely worse.
- Publisher : Enchanted Pony Books (May 24 2011)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 150 pages
- ISBN-10 : 098684716X
- ISBN-13 : 978-0986847165
- Item weight : 154 g
- Dimensions : 12.85 x 0.81 x 19.84 cm
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This tale involves fantasy, suspense and danger. More than once we see our characters doing things we know they really should not, like lying to parents about where they'll be. But they do understand that this is not good at the time, and they would not normally behave this way, only doing so to keep horses out of danger. We also see that if you tell nobody where you are going, if something bad happens you won't get help.
Enjoy the fine horses and you can learn a lot from this adventure.
I availed of a free download offer. This is an unbiased review.
Reviewed in Australia 🇦🇺 on February 8, 2019
What a wonderful story this is! I LOVE books that place girls in strong protagonist roles and Dark Fire certainly does this. Ms. Dorsey has written a story about a young, determined girl who is fearlessly devoted to her friends, family and horses. She’s willing to risk anything to right the wrongs she sees. This makes Dark Fire an excellent book for young girls in particular.
There’s plenty of mystery, action and suspense in this book to keep youngsters involved until the very end. The writing is compelling and intelligent.
The idea behind this story is lovely – that there are kind and gentle souls who are watching over horses and their owners is a charming basis for a book series. I’ve already downloaded another one of Angela Dorsey’s books and can’t wait to read it!