Crawling Between Heaven and Earth

Crawling Between Heaven and Earth Simon you don t even know where Mongolia is I don t of course although that never struck me as a problem Do you No But I m not going there The Mongol Derby is the longest and most difficult horse r

  • Title: Crawling Between Heaven and Earth
  • Author: Mary Pagones
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Simon, you don t even know where Mongolia is I don t, of course, although that never struck me as a problem Do you No But I m not going there The Mongol Derby is the longest and most difficult horse race in the world Frustrated with the direction of his eventing career, Simon O Shaughnessy decides to take on the challenge of riding semi feral horses over 600 miles Simon, you don t even know where Mongolia is I don t, of course, although that never struck me as a problem Do you No But I m not going there The Mongol Derby is the longest and most difficult horse race in the world Frustrated with the direction of his eventing career, Simon O Shaughnessy decides to take on the challenge of riding semi feral horses over 600 miles in the wilds of Mongolia Will he succeed

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    1. Full disclosure--I am the author but I'm bumping this because I'm so excited to share it with the community. Mongolia! Semi-feral horses! 600 miles of wide, open terrain! What could go wrong? Or rather, what could go right?

    2. Unexpected and perfect!After watching Simon struggle through his chosen career path in the first three books, he needed a chance to do something different. I never would have guessed where he would end up but it was perfect for his character. There are also a few loose ends tied up at the beginning that I needed to see work out. That made me happy! Tried to read this all in one sitting but the restaurant was closing and I had to come home and finish. I did knock it out in less than a half day be [...]

    3. Simon rides againMary Pagones has turned out another fine book in the FORTUNE'S FOOL series. Simon O'Shaughnessy is a real, multi-layered character who takes life by the horns as s professional equestrian. The series presents the challenges of any young person trying to survive in the horse show/ Eventing world, with the added layer of dealing with other people's homophobia. I look forward to the next book. Recommended for youth and adults.

    4. Great readYet again a great read about a truly interesting character and how he comes about dealing with his life. Always moving forward and page turning!

    5. Loved the book and love this series. The descriptions of Mongolia and the culture there, the people and the horses had an intense and vivid quality and a kind of poetic beauty. It added a layer of spiritual communion that true horse people have. A bond that is hard to describe but deeply felt. Looking forward to seeing where SOS will end up next.

    6. I'll admit it, when I read the description and saw that Simon was going to take a break from the eventing world and participate in the Mongolian Derby I groaned. However, this was such an exciting adventure for Simon to go on that I found it to be a refreshing change of scenery. I absolutely loved this book and enjoyed getting to learn a bit about the Mongolian Derby.

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