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Profound, accessible, and synthetically brilliant.
I have never read anything quite like this and will read it again.
Not what I expected. Dry, unexciting. I guess well-written, but I gave it away right away.Published 6 months ago by D. Hubbard
This book is deep and thought provoking. Goes into the philosophical aspects, many of which were very deep and difficult to understand. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Brian Williamson
A friend gave me this years ago and it has become one of my favorite books. I'm a Unitarian Universalist minister and I've used her reflections on "crazy" horses and the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Craig
So many reviewers have completely missed the point of this book, in spite of Hearne's warning in the first paragraph that the book is "philosophical" and about finding "an accurate... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mick McAllister
Vicki Hearne brings back a tradition of training dogs and horses that dates at least back to Xenophon, an ancient Greek writer and contemporary of Socrates. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Susan F. Falknor
I was curious about this book, having seen the title referenced over the years. Although I tried to keep an open mind, I couldn't escape the feeling that the author was in love... Read morePublished on May 10, 2013 by dog owner
Learned a lot about animals but even more about humans. The novel was is both resource and good read. And the narrator is awesome.
Very easy to listen to.
I first read Adam's Task before Amazon existed. I order it periodically to give to people, particularly expecting parents. I am mystified by the strong, negative comments. Read morePublished on February 26, 2013 by A. Clarke