The Boy with the Amber Eyes

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The Boy with the Amber Eyes

The Boy with the Amber Eyes What s it to you P What is it you want Tinkerbelle snarled Me Pike laughed quietly Battles and brimstone fire and ash fight evil and win die a hero and return marry the sprite princess raise lit

  • Title: The Boy with the Amber Eyes
  • Author: Katharina Marcus
  • ISBN: 9781514807439
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • What s it to you, P What is it you want Tinkerbelle snarled Me Pike laughed quietly Battles and brimstone, fire and ash, fight evil and win, die a hero and return, marry the sprite princess, raise little Eleanors, bring up foals and He leant into her a little then I don t flipping know to somehow matter, I guess With his girlfriend away travelling and a sol What s it to you, P What is it you want Tinkerbelle snarled Me Pike laughed quietly Battles and brimstone, fire and ash, fight evil and win, die a hero and return, marry the sprite princess, raise little Eleanors, bring up foals and He leant into her a little then I don t flipping know to somehow matter, I guess With his girlfriend away travelling and a solitary autumn ahead of him, Pike, former dressage prot g and heir to two very different family traditions, finds himself alone with the question of what he wants to do with his life In the meantime, there is a young stallion to train, a new friend to tame, some old ones to rescue and a mystery to solve.Set in the grounds of Hawthorne Cottage, The Boy with the Amber Eyes is a stand alone follow up to Eleanor McGraw, a pony named Mouse and a boy called Fire.

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    1. Jim on said:

      This is a YA romance, a sequel to Eleanor McGraw, a Pony Named Mouse and a Boy Called Fire. This sort of book is not really my cup of tea, but this one kept me reading. Marcus certainly knows horses & her descriptions are nothing short of incredible. I could practically feel myself riding. (I do, although not nearly as well as Paytah.) Even better is the way she describes the herd dynamics & the brutal realities of idiots. If you think idiots who buy dogs for a lark are bad, you'll be to [...]

    2. Cheyenne Blue on said:

      I'd been looking forward to reading this for a long time, and it did not disappoint.Loosely, it's a sequel to "Eleanor McGraw" but it also stands alone. The story takes up Pike's tale, starting approximately two years after Eleanor McGraw ended.While this is Pike's story, it also interweaves the lives of many other characters: Ash, a homeless boy, Wendy, a kid escaping an unhappy home life, Pike's grandparents, and further along in the book, Eleanor. As with the previous book, the horses are ful [...]

    3. Anna on said:

      It's taken a little while to make up my mind whether I like this less or more than Eleanor McGraw. I've come to: I like it just as much although this is actually the better book. It's initially less easy to get into and it lacks the thrills of a developing love story since the love is already there but it's just got more meat on its bones, more to digest, more to stay with you.

    4. Nitwit on said:

      The Boy with the Amber Eyes: 3.75 stars This was a pretty darn good book. At first, I thought I’d hate it. I’m not much of a horse fan, so I’ve never really read those kinds of books. But it turned out pretty good. The descriptions were well done, the dialogue seemed very natural, and the new problems in every page made me keep reading. I found Pike’s connection with horses interesting, and I loved his personality. The anger that would ignite inside him made it suspenseful, in a way. I d [...]

    5. Lauren Dowding on said:

      I somewhat loved this book more then the first one which resulted in me starting and finishing it within one sitting! If you've read the first Eleanor McGraw book then this is a definite for you to read. Just as much adventure, horses and love within its pages. I hope the author starts releasing a few more like this sometime soon!

    6. David Rose on said:

      Hawthorne Barn is a great creation, and the story continues two years on. On finishing the previous instalment (yesterday) I bought and read this one today. Characters one aches for, an intriguing plot that keeps pages turning, writing that pierces and has depth to drown in. Horses, of course, but with some new and original ideas about them. People that grow, change and learn, not to mention discover. I adore Katharina Marcus, and I will continue to buy everything she writes only now I have to w [...]

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