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Free read Green Grass of Wyoming 107 ´ ➽ [Reading] ➿ Green Grass of Wyoming By Mary OHara ➲ – Eyltransferservices.co.uk In the third book of the Flicka trilogy Ken discovers to his horror that Thunderhead is roaming wild causing trouble wherever he goes He also has trouble at home and thinks that his dreams can never c In the Eams can never come true but then his Green Grass MOBI #190 feelings for Carey begin to chan. A bit of a mixed review Love Wyoming and all don't get me wrong The backdrop and writing is pretty nice This tries to be a serious book about horses and ranchers and gets a lot right However it is a serious flaw in my bookpun intended I guess when you set yourself up as an expert and then get things wrong Feral horses don't depend on the herd stallion for finding grazing water and safety; that's a testosterone myth It's up to the lead mare And I find some of the same glorification of testosterone in the human relations also The idea that jealousy can be made into an expression of the highest and purest love well I call BSOK rant over The characters are idealized but I didn't expect any different as this book is best seen as a manual for raising upstanding youngsters in a world that no longer exists The plot follows along a seuel to My Friend Flicka but it can still stand on its own It makes some kind of effort to present women as diverse individuals and give them character and purpose Expect things to be consistent with the time the book was written and mostly it'll be ok

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In the third book of the Flicka trilogy Ken discovers to his horror that Thunderhead is roam. It took me a few chapters to get into this book this is in part because I haven't read the first two books in the series My Friend Flicka Thunderhead This book does work as a standalone but it just takes time to get into the characters' headsThis book is everything I want in a mid twentieth century read The sympathetic characters are likeable in some cases lovable but have real flaws The villainess well she is horrible I do know someone just like her who can turn on the charm appear to listen sympathetically but will later use information gained against you Mrs Palmer not knowing how to register her displeasure adopted the attitude of piteousness and tremulous bravery which she knew from long practice was the hardest on her granddaughter The McLaughlin family have sincere values that they live by instil in their children If you have a difficult decision to make never force it Rob had told his boys Weigh each alternative singly without prejudice If they seem to balance evenly no advatage one way or the other do not be deceived There is an advantage one way or the other If you wait long enough it will become apparent to you and suddenly the decision will be made without difficulty and it will be right The animal behaviour for modern eyes can be terrifying shocking I often wonder about the Disneyfication of the animal kingdom To put it mildly the gigantic and ferocious stallion Thunderhead doesn't bear the slightest resemblance to the above creations Our world especially in 2020 is a truly terrible place why do we shy away from what animals are actually like when humans are creating such an awful place The Incredible Journey is another honest look at how animals behaved I certainly coped with that when I first read it at around ten years of age

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Green Grass of WyomingIng wild causing trouble wherever he goes He also has trouble at home and thinks that his dr. Unlike the previous books this story looks at an adult woman's role in the difficult setting and harsh life style of running a ranch Life is not simple or easy especially with another child in her later years Nell is suffering from anxiety and is estranged from Rob over difficulties she experiences but has trouble articulating The passion and failures between the two are brought out in this story to show the growth that continues throughout life Nell her children and life on the ranch in another era are both endearing and heartbreakingThese are books to be read as an adult to understand all that was being told As a child I missed a lot of the tension and growth that reuires similar experiences to comprehend