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The Horsewoman
The Horsewoman
Author: James Patterson, Mike Lupica
Maggie Atwood and Becky McCabe, mother and daughter, both champion riders, vowed to never, ever, go up against one another.  — Until the tense, harrowing competitions leading to the Paris Olympics.  — Mother and daughter share a dream: to be the best horsewoman in the world. — Coronado is Maggie’s horse. An abso...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781538752937
ISBN-10: 153875293X
Publication Date: 12/13/2022
Pages: 464
  • Currently 2.9/5 Stars.

2.9 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio CD
Members Wishing: 2
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I've been very harsh about Patterson books for a while now but this one?


Finally a good book from Patterson/Lupica

I don't know the 'horse' world or anything about equestrian sport but this book made me feel like I was there for everything! The descriptions of the sport events made me feel I was seeing it in person, I guess you would say there is an aspect of some romance in this story but it is small part, the main part is the obnoxious half-owner of the horse and his actions as a scumbag.

Not all books with Patterson name on them means he writes it and most have been flops but this one I would recommend and enjoy the story
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In my much younger days, I was part of this horsey world. I recognized the many places mentioned in Wellyworld, but that's about all that is realistic in this book. Yes, there are rich, obnoxious men like the protagonists in this story. And yes, there are a lot of good Hispanic men working in this sport. But the story was so simplistic, I could have told you the ending by the first chapter. So for experienced horsepeople, this was just boooooorrrriiiinnnggg.