Monday, October 23, 2017

Review: Meeting of the Mustangs

TITLE: Meeting of the Mustangs
AUTHOR: Cathy Kennedy
RELEASE DATE: June 7th 2015
FORMAT: Paperback & ebook
SOURCE: complimentary copy


A black colt is born into a band of wild mustangs and soon learns that life can often be difficult. Follow his story as he goes from a free spirit to being captured for profit, and discover how one man gains the trust and extreme loyalty of a very special horse.

Cathy Kennedy spent the first years of her life growing up in Pennsylvania before moving to South Florida at age 17. Her book, Meeting of the Mustangs, was started during her teenage years in Pennsylvania and would not be completed until many years later.

The story of the wild mustangs is somewhat reflective of her life living in the country, where her family owned horses. She wanted to complete the book for younger readers who have a love for animals, and finally convinced herself that she should continue the story where she'd stopped writing many years before.

She currently lives in Ohio with her husband and three rescued tuxedo cats.

This is the story of a young horse who gets separated from his band. Born wild he will be captured, tame and different people will try to control him. The story tries to tell us how the horse feels and how he interprets the world around him. It's not fantasy, don't worry, it's simple and quite appealing for animal lovers.

The story is well written and it's full of detailed descriptions, I think young readers can enjoy it given the short length and descriptive nature.

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