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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Nicholas. Evans
  • ISBN:
    0552146544
  • ISBN13:
    978-0552143776
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  • Publisher:
    Dell Publishing; New Ed edition (1998)
  • Pages:
    480 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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  • Rating:
    4.2
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The blockbuster first novel by Nicholas Evans. Over 58 weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List-. High praise for. Nicholas evans and. The horse whisperer.

The blockbuster first novel by Nicholas Evans. sprawlin. ompellin. real page-turner. San Francisco Chronicle. A book of rare power and beaut. xpect this outstanding novel to be the talk of the season!.

The Horse Whisperer is a 1995 novel by English author Nicholas Evans. The book was his debut novel, and gained significant success, becoming the 10th best selling novel in the United States in 1995, selling over 15 million copies

The Horse Whisperer is a 1995 novel by English author Nicholas Evans. The book was his debut novel, and gained significant success, becoming the 10th best selling novel in the United States in 1995, selling over 15 million copies. This also makes it one of the best-selling books of all time. The book was made into a film, also titled The Horse Whisperer, directed by and starring Robert Redford.

The horse whisperer, Nicholas Evans The Horse Whisperer is a 1995 novel by English author Nicholas Evans. The book was his debut novel, and gained significant success, becoming the 10th best selling novel in the United States in 1995, selling over 15 million copies

The horse whisperer, Nicholas Evans The Horse Whisperer is a 1995 novel by English author Nicholas Evans. The novel starts in upstate New York where a teenage girl, Grace Maclean, and her friend, Judith, go riding on their horses, Pilgrim and Gulliver, on a snowy morning.

The Horse Whisperer is a 1998 American drama film directed by and starring Robert Redford, based on the 1995 novel The Horse Whisperer by Nicholas Evans. Redford plays the title role, a talented trainer with a remarkable gift for understanding horses, who is hired to help an injured teenager (played by Scarlett Johansson) and her horse back to health following a tragic accident.

Horse Whisperer is a great book that comes really close to being great literature. Nicholas Evans creates memorable characters that we really respond to, and tells a story that we really care about

Horse Whisperer is a great book that comes really close to being great literature. Nicholas Evans creates memorable characters that we really respond to, and tells a story that we really care about. He falls short, however, by shifting the focus of the story from Grace and Pilgrim to Tom and Annie. Any perceptive reader will easily accept the bond that develops beween them, but bringing their relationship to the fore takes something away from the big picture.

Nicholas Evans was born in Worcestershire and was a screenwriter and film producer before writing his first novel, The Horse Whisperer. Библиографические данные.

They led the horses out into the yard and let them stand there a few moments appraising the snow while Judith went back to shut the barn door

The horse whisperer, . The Horse Whisperer, . They led the horses out into the yard and let them stand there a few moments appraising the snow while Judith went back to shut the barn door. Gulliver lowered his head and sniffed, concluding quickly it was the same stuff he had seen a hundred times before. Pilgrim however was amazed. He pawed it and was startled when it moved. He tried sniffing it, as he had seen the older horse do. But he sniffed too hard and gave a great sneeze that had the girls rocking with laughter. Maybe he’s never seen it before, said Judith.

The boy looked as if he’d been doing it all his life, the way he moved them around the grill and flipped them nonchalantly as he chatted and laughed with one of the waiters.

The boy looked as if he’d been doing it all his life, the way he moved them around the grill and flipped them nonchalantly as he chatted and laughed with one of the waiters im, the hottest new lunch place in Greenwich Village. The boy worked here for nothing three or four times a week in exchange for living rentfree in a loft apartment belonging to the owner, who was a friend of Rachel’s. When he wasn’t working here, Hal was at film school. Earlier he’d been telling Tom about a short he was shooting

Электронная книга "The Horse Whisperer: A Novel", Nicholas Evans.

Электронная книга "The Horse Whisperer: A Novel", Nicholas Evans. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "The Horse Whisperer: A Novel" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.

Nicholas Evans is the author of The Horse Whisperer, the bestseller that has enthralled millions of readers . Nicholas Evans: I only finished writing The Smoke Jumper in the summer of this year. It became a book very quickly.

Nicholas Evans is the author of The Horse Whisperer, the bestseller that has enthralled millions of readers around the world. He lives in London, where he is at work on his next novel. But yes, I am working on another idea at the moment, although I’m doing lot of promotion work for The Smoke Jumper. I already did a twelve-city tour of the United States, and on Thursday I’m off to Australia and New Zealand where the book is being published. I’ll also be going to Italy and to Holland, which is fun! Meeting lots of readers is always fun!


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I was drawn to the story because the horse and the family needed healing on many levels. I wanted to know more about how the horse and teenager were rehabilitated. Tom Booker, a.k.a. the Horse Whisperer, was an appealing character because he was a very balanced person. It was his role to be the healer. He had his wounds, but used them intuitively to help others. The author portrayed him as a spiritual sort of guy. Suddenly, we are led to believe that he has an epiphany: He needs Annie! Unfortunately, their mutual desire was portrayed on a superficial level. Tom kept remembering her eyes, her smile, etc. This was teenage crush material; not at all in keeping with his stature or implied integrety. Furthermore, without giving the ending of the book away, Tom's final decision was totally unbelievable to me, considering the fact that he'd earned the teenage girl's trust. Just what she needed, more fodder for Post-Traumatic Stress disorder!
Landamath
I loved the movie where Tom Booker played a character who represented both wisdom and integrity. Nothing in this book, unlike the movie, indicates why he would become so entranced with Annie, his opposite. In the movie, she initially reminded him of his first wife. I enjoyed the parts of the book that matched the plot of the movie. Not to give away the ending I’ll only say thay my mouth was hanging open by it. So out of character as to be unbelievable. I’m going to watch the movie again to erase that part of the book from my mind.
Yggdi
and I listened! I remember reading the "tease" of this book almost 20 years ago in "McCalls women's magazine" or at least I think that was the name of the magazine (something I rarely ever did but I was in a waiting room of a doctor's office and I needed something to occupy my time and the name of the magazine isn't important for this review - I was hooked on this story and even began thinking who would be the lead male actor in the movie. And I got it so right - Robert Redford was the actor I imagined and Hollywood must have read my mind!) Not really a romantic novel fan, I "romantically" fell in love with this story and was hooked from the "tease" in the magazine and eagerly awaited the book coming out. These were the days before my magic Kindle. I enjoyed Sparks' beautiful painting of complex relationships - not just between mothers and daughters, husbands and wives, lover and lover, but also humans and animals as well! I think I have read it at least three times. Again I am not usually a romance novel fan but this one hooked me from beginning to end. Sculpted with texture weaving the story that kept me reading page after page long into the night. I recommend it.
LiTTLe_NiGGa_in_THE_СribE
Love this book! Much better than the movie! A must read!
Zulkishicage
OK, so, this is a good story, has a great "overcoming tragedy" to become something greater, however, I feel like the author loses you when you begin to see the overdrawn affair between two of the main characters. There's not need to add in something like an affair in a story such as this, because all it does is pull away from the main point of the story. Not a book for a child to read, gives some very inappropriate references for their eyes to read.
Domarivip
The name of this book speaks for itself, for I think there are surely few who have not heard of the movie made from this book THE HORSE WHISPERER. Nicholas Evans encapsulates human personalities, love, and the magnetism of sexual attraction--all with his amazing, constant skill. As in all the books I've read by this fantastic author, there is a strong thread of integrity in his writings, and also a very ongoing theme of human nature. His love of animals and his incredible fathoming of the workings of the minds of various personalities, regardless of age or gender, always make for a "terrific read." LOVE all this author has written, and even if one has viewed the movie, don't eschew reading the book. It's well worth the experience.
Kashicage
We talk about humans mentally healing after a catastrophic event, but animals can also have horrifying memories of events. Each can heal separately, but interacting with each other can revive horrible memories.
The Horse Whisperer, was able to enable both human and animal to bond into a new relationship.
A truly great read the pulls at the heart strings of everyone who has ever been a parent. The story moves smoothly, holding the reader's attention with each new development and event. True to life, and incredibly moving, the book is far better than the movie and deserves a place on every bookshelf. On a scale of 1-10, I would rate this book a 12+ !! I could write paragraphs more, but I don't want to spoil it for you. You NEED to read this book!