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Reporting the matter to Nevada animal control, the teenage girls hope not to get into trouble. Ali McCormick doesn't want a horse after losing her beloved pony. Her older brother Danny came back from war in Ira I really liked this short young adult book, which is different from the usual horse-riding tale. Her older brother Danny came back from war in Iraq without a foot and is refusing to adapt and move forward with life.

Their parents are kind and concerned, but busy. When Ali's parents and the Animal Control veterinarian park the Appaloosas in Ali's corral, the girl is told she'll need to restore them to health with a special feeding programme; and with lower immunity, they might get ill. She's only thirteen, and this seems like a lot of responsibility. The black one can't even manage to eat his alfalfa hay. Naming the white mare Misty and the black gelding Wind Dancer cheers up Ali and her friend Cara, and they start refeeding the starved gentle horses. Danny even tries to help, not that he'll admit it.

But nobody told Danny about the careful programme to follow, and he doesn't know that too much food can make the horses sick. Ali realises that the family has to communicate better if the horses - and Danny - are to be restored. The two neglected Appys are very well portrayed and the reader wants to start feeding them herself. Ali is a convincing heroine, reluctant to upset her parents but determined to do what is right.

Horse-crazy young adults will love this book and learn from it, while difficult family issues are gently addressed. The author Chris Platt was one of the first female jockeys in Oregon and she has written several other YA horse books. While they feature girls, I am sure that would not bother horse-mad boys. Apr 09, Sue Poduska rated it really liked it. The reader will also see all the difficulties in trying to help abused and neglected animals.

Mar 11, Lorena rated it it was amazing Shelves: horses , real-men-love-animals. This is a short and sweet book that is perfect for the younger reader. It covers difficult topics with sensitivity and offers good education about the problem Veterans often have coming home. I did find myself crying a few time as I really connected to the heartbreak of losing an animal and being afraid to love again. Apr 17, Lucinda rated it it was amazing. A profoundly poignant, heartrending tale that speaks to the soul with resounding sincerity This beautiful book is a fitting respectful tribute to all those men and women of the armed forces who fight for our freedom and make great sacrifices, as well as their families who love them and keep home fires burning brightly.

Covering controversial topics such as animal cruelty, family issues, and those emotional deep-rooted scars soldiers obtain Chris Platt is a fabulously fearless author. It is the k A profoundly poignant, heartrending tale that speaks to the soul with resounding sincerity This beautiful book is a fitting respectful tribute to all those men and women of the armed forces who fight for our freedom and make great sacrifices, as well as their families who love them and keep home fires burning brightly.

I found the well-developed characters interesting, adding another layer of depth to the substantial storyline and so it was an engrossing, compelling read. When 13 Year old Ali rescues two abused horses and cares for them, I felt inwardly moved and personally pulled into the plot as her brother returns home from the war with the fervent intensity and thought-provoking nuance accentuated.

View 2 comments. Feb 14, Rebecca rated it really liked it Shelves: adventure , drama , children , family-story.

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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Things are tough for year-old Ali right now. Not too long ago she lost her beloved pony Max to an accident, following which her brother enlisted in the Army and returned from Afghanistan with a missing leg and PTSD he refuses to acknowledge or seek help for. When her friend Cara persuades Ali to join her on an illicit nighttime mission to check out some horses they think are being abused, Ali only goes because she's worried about the horses--with good reason, as it turns out.

She gets in trou Things are tough for year-old Ali right now. She gets in trouble for breaking rules, but her parents are proud of her for saving the two horses, and part of her "punishment" becomes caring for them as they recover from their near-starvation. In the meantime, things with her brother Danny are still rocky--she doesn't know how to get through his unreasoning anger. In some ways, he reminds her of Wind Dancer, the horse least likely to survive. Is there any chance for either Danny or Wind Dancer? Although this is really short, I really liked it. I thought it combined the two parts of the story well; Danny's nightmare of PTSD, and caring for the abused horses.

There's tons of detail for horse-lovers, and a lot of world-building done in a short amount of time. Danny is handled realistically and sympathetically, and while the end may be a little too pat, you know it still won't be an easy road for him and I'm not sure I bought that he rode into the desert for hours without incident the first time he ever tried to ride, and with a missing leg to boot.

I was still confused at the end, though, as to exactly why Danny went into the desert the first time, when Max and Ali got injured--I'm not sure that's ever explained, which is odd. Overall, though, I thought it was well-structured and had interesting characters, including the horses.

Apr 30, Ms. Yingling rated it liked it.

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Ali blames herself for a lot of things-- the accident that injured her and resulted in the death of her horse, Max; her brother going off to war and coming back from Afghanistan injured; the fact that no one is helping the horses that belong to the old lady near her family. When she and her friend visit the horses at night and realize how bad off they are, she does call animal control, and the animals are taken from the neighbor.

Ali's parents think that she will benefit from taking care of the Ali blames herself for a lot of things-- the accident that injured her and resulted in the death of her horse, Max; her brother going off to war and coming back from Afghanistan injured; the fact that no one is helping the horses that belong to the old lady near her family. Ali's parents think that she will benefit from taking care of the horses, so agree to foster them.

They have been so neglected that they must be fed veyr small amounts frequently, so Ali spends a lot of time with them but tries very hard not to get attached, especially to Wind Dancer, who reminds her of Max. Ali's brother, Danny, has a protheses for his missing leg, but doesn't want to use it and doesn't really want to do anything to help himself recover. The parents seem powerless to compel him to do anything, but he eventually starts to help Ali with the horses and begins to see that he needs help himself.

Strengths: This was a nice, well-written short book that covered both the issue of caring for horses and the issue of returning vets with PTSD. This would go well with Rorby's The Outside of a Horse.