Winter of the Crystal Dances: Whinnies on the Wind, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
An exciting horse adventure, perfect for listeners from nine to 14 years old - and older according to many who have enjoyed it!
Evy can telepathically understand horses, but she’s not sure if it’s a blessing or a curse. Her secret “gift” certainly seems to get her in lots of trouble.
When some starving mustangs wander close to the wilderness cabin that she shares with her hermit mother, she knows she must help them. Her act of kindness quickly snowballs into a series of events that forever change her life and the life of a very special mustang filly.
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|Listening Length||4 hours and 29 minutes|
|Audible.ca Release Date||February 12 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #186,898 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#76 in Audiobooks on Horses for Children
#231 in Sports Fiction for Children
#1,779 in Animal Fiction for Children
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A great read perfect for pony lover girls aged 10+
Evy can see and feel ponies thoughts and feelings causing her to have many nightmares.
One night she feels Twilight - one of her favourite ponies - pain so she sneaks out the house to witness a horrible scene.
This scene may have been a horrible scene however, it changes Evy's life in a good way
read on to find out more
I hope you have found this review helpful
ps. thx for writing this enjoyable book which definitly pulled me into a different world
Merry Christmas everyone
A girl aged thirteen and her artist mother live in a mountain cabin without electricity. They ride horses and watch the local bands of mustangs. But now the winter has brought deep snow, and this might be good for scenic paintings but it's no help to wild creatures in need of food.
Told by Evy, who has the gift of being able to feel the emotions of the horses, and sometimes communicate with them, this winter's tale is replete with change and responsibility; with friendship. I love the varied vocabulary and landscape descriptions. We can learn a lot about caring for horses and injuries. I thought the feeding the wolves part was overdone, but it adds drama. We are left to wonder what Evy will learn when she explores the reason why her mother never goes to town. That's for the next books. Have fun!
The author made this book available as a free download. This is an unbiased review.