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Book Review By Cynthia L.
Thicker Than Water by Lauren Brooke

    The eighth book of the Heartland series focuses on both healing horses along with Amy and Lou healing their family. Heartland is a horse ranch dedicated to healing the emotional and physical scars of hurt and abused horses.
    Amy and Ty work at healing several horses. Rosie is a shy appaloosa filly. She refuses to let anyone touch her head or put a halter on. Feather is a gray pony that sometimes rears when his young owner rides him. Jig saw is a riding school pony with a stress fracture.
    In this book Amy and Lou also begin a relationship with their father who they haven't seen in twelve years.

Plot & Themes
Time/era of story - 1980's-1999
Animal story Yes
Kind of animal:
Family, struggle with Yes
Struggle with: - Father (or standin)
Is this an adult or child's book? - Adult or Young Adult Book

Main Character
Gender - Female
Age: - a teen

United States Yes
The US: - Northeast
Farm/Ranch? Yes
Farm/Ranch: - ranch - lot of descript of animal care

Writing Style
Amount of dialog - roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
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