Sooner or Later

Sooner or Later As Amy becomes committed to showjumping she has less time to care for the horses at Heartland Amy must deal with real issues What will she choose as her priorities Who does she want to be Amy s dream

  • Title: Sooner or Later
  • Author: Lauren Brooke
  • ISBN: 9780439339681
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Paperback
  • As Amy becomes committed to showjumping, she has less time to care for the horses at Heartland Amy must deal with real issues What will she choose as her priorities Who does she want to be Amy s dreams have come true She is still caring for damaged horses like her mom, and now she s showing in high level jumping competitions like her dad It s all possible becauseAs Amy becomes committed to showjumping, she has less time to care for the horses at Heartland Amy must deal with real issues What will she choose as her priorities Who does she want to be Amy s dreams have come true She is still caring for damaged horses like her mom, and now she s showing in high level jumping competitions like her dad It s all possible because of Storm, the talented dapple gray thoroughbred that was a gift from her father But having it all can take a lot out of you, and Amy is realizing that she can t keep up with her work at Heartland and dedicate herself to the show world Storm needs attention, and so do the other horses Sooner or later, she ll have to make a choice.

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    1. Amy's time management crisis comes to a head when Heartland takes on a horse named Willow, who is terrified of people. Amy tries to show Storm, but when Willow spooks she must leave early. Though it's difficult, Amy decides to sell Storm I was happy when Amy finally made her decision - her running around was making ME feel tired! I'm glad the outcome turned out almost as I'd hoped after reading Tomorrow's Promise. But what's in store for Amy now that she can focus solely on Heartland? Will she b [...]

    2. And it’s back to these books. It’s the same old story for this review as the others. I don’t really like reviewing these books as there’s never really anything to say, yet I feel that I should. However, I have now decided that I am getting rid of these and I won’t change my mind again. (view spoiler)[ I remember that the first few times I read this I would cry when she made the decision to get rid of Storm. I always knew it was the best thing to do as it was selfish to keep him but it [...]

    3. The Heartland books are a fun read, and they’re pretty quick to get through for me. You get your horses and your heartache from Heartland. These books are pretty steady, all continuing the story of Amy, Lou, Ty, Jack and the assorted horses. The writing and subject matter are obviously intended for children, and can be a bit clunky at times for individuals with a higher reading level. Since there isn't a lot to say, this review is similar to past reviews of this series. I recommend this series [...]

    4. This book had very well developed, flawed characters, with a true sense of what the characters were feeling for the most part. As an experienced horse-person, I was a little disappointed by the lack of realism of certain portions of the equine encounters in this book - in real life, training a horse is NEVER that simple, straight-forward or easy. But, it was a quick read and worth the 2 or so hours I put into it. Even though this book is near the end of the series, the characters are introduced [...]

    5. This was really good, but I hate that she gave up Storm. I loved that horse. I mean I wouldn't have given up on Heartland either, definately not, but I just don't think I would have been able to give up either, I would have done whatever I could to find a way to make it work, but that's just me and I wasn't in the situation, she did what she felt she had to do :)

    6. This may be my favorite in the series so far. In this installment, Amy has to make a difficult, heart breaking choice but in doing so she really matures in my eyes because even though she makes the difficult decision for herself she makes the right one for the horse.

    7. I think this was the one when Amy has to decide what to do with their horse Storm. It was so boring compared to the other books. All that thinking and pain "what shall I do?". As if it was OK for any teenager to run a farm and make such decisions. It was so unbelievable, I didn't enjoy it.

    8. Good book but sad ending I would've just cut down on showing but kept jumping because jumping is like the funnest thing you can do. overall good book!!!

    9. sad. amy closes a door but another opens. facing a hard decision like amy made. I too faced tough decisions wiht 2 of my horses. Letting go is never easy human or animal.

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