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Fascinating tale of small town horse racing, including dialect.Published 2 months ago by Frances A. Lord
An incredibly well written, fascinating look at an end of the line racetrack. However, horse and dog lovers be warned - this book is full of tragedy some of which I found almost... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joan L. Klengler
Before reading this book, all I knew about horses and horse racing I learned from the novel Seabiscuit. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Patti
This book is a little hard to get into. After 100 pages I started over with a sheet of ruled paper & pen for writing down the characters names and a few identifying words. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cereus
The characters at first came across as racetrack stereotypes -- the naive girl; the wise, superstitious black groom -- and I had trouble keeping the different horses straight. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amy Merrick
The slow build to Lord of Misrule fills the novel with a sense of dread and anticipation. Especially, for the appearance of the titular character.Published 15 months ago by Sleepypants
A very well-written book. I was not convinced by the characters, but they were interesting. Her take on female sexuality was a bit disturbing, but thought provoking.Published 20 months ago by LZSOB
Sorry Jaimy. I know you won the award and all. But the accents were so heavy I couldn't follow. Are they real?Published on August 20, 2014 by Margaret Broersma
For me the language was difficult and not what I'm used to. I am a horse trainer and I didn't feel it was worth the read but maybe a person who is not there everyday might find it... Read morePublished on April 7, 2014 by Nancy A. Rubin