After the Storm

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Scholastic Inc., 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 171 pages
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In this book, although Amy is helping out with the horses at Heartland again, she is still weighted by a sense of guilt for her mother's death. And she misses her mom too much to dismiss her fear that she was responsible for the trailer crash. Furthermore, Amy's trying to care for Spartan, the horse they saved before the accident, but Spartan is an everyday reminder of the wreck and how it changed everything. And for Spartan, Amy is a reminder of the crash as well no matter what attempts she makes, Spartan is vicious toward her. At the very sight of her he lashes out, rearing defiantly and baring his teeth. Faulting herself, Amy feels she can't blame Spartan for hating her. Then she realizes Spartan will never forgive her until she forgives herself.
 

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User Review  - Shanno12 - Borders

Better than the first but since im in 8th grade and love longer books i think its still to short but wonderful theme and author keep up the good work Lauren Brooke! Read full review

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really really good book!!

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Contents

II
1
III
29
IV
43
V
52
VI
69
VII
84
VIII
96
IX
107
X
122
XI
135
XII
147
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About the author (2000)

LAUREN BROOKE lives outside London in an old English farmhouse. She divides her time between writing and mucking out the stalls of her two horses. In addition to writing the twenty-four Heartland books, Lauren is the author of the Chestnut Hill series.

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