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by Steven Farley

eBook The Black Stallion's Shadow download ISBN: 067985004X
Author: Steven Farley
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers (May 7, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 182
ePub: 1520 kb
Fb2: 1906 kb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: txt lit docx lrf
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Animals

Black stallions Shadow is a real good book. I love the Black and all the adventures. Then came Steven Farley. His cooperation in the Young Black Stallion with Walter indicates that the erstwhile author passed the torch to his son with blessings.

Black stallions Shadow is a real good book. Farley senior may have bequeathed the series to Steven, but he was unable to include the same literary flavor. Alec and the Black progressed from a pair of unknowns to a respected force in the racing community during the original series. Shadow" very quickly kicks Alec back to square one in the racing community, still being called a 'kid' and angrily defending himself.

The Black Stallion's Shadow book. My first solo Steven Farley novel and it's alright

The Black Stallion's Shadow book. My first solo Steven Farley novel and it's alright. It's interesting to finally see some Western riding in this stereotypical racing novels, but not really what I'm used to seeing in novels about the Black. The resolution of the Black's fear of shadows was also pretty cliché and I saw the answer coming literally f "Time is a luxury we can’t afford.

Black Stallion books. The Black Stallion’s Shadow. The Black Stallion’s Steeplechaser. Published in the United States by Random House, In. New York, and simultaneously in Canada by Random House of Canada Limited, Toronto.

In this prequel to The Black Stallion, we learn the story of the Black before he was shipwrecked with Alec Ramsay. Born in the mountain stronghold of Sheikh Abu Ishak, the colt shows great promise. During a band of robbers’ attempt to steal him, the colt escapes and learns to survive on his own in the high mountains.

Now Alec had a real problem, one he couldn’t tuck away in some corner of his mind and ignore. Alec and Henry led the Black to the walking path circling the barn. He’s run through them a hundred times. Lines of worry creased Henry’s brow. That was before yesterday’s race. So what can we do about it?. Any horse but the Black, I’d try using a shadow roll when he races. Alec frowned at the thought of adding the thick padded roll to the noseband on the Black’s bridle

Books related to Black Stallion's Shadow. More by Steven Farley. The Young Black Stallion.

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Black Stallion's Shadow. Written by Steven Farley. Black Stallion's Shadow is a part of the Black Stallion Classic Black Stallion collections

Black Stallion's Shadow. Black Stallion's Shadow is a part of the Black Stallion Classic Black Stallion collections. It has all the makings of a glorious day-the Black has just won the America’s Cup! But the fruits of victory quickly sour when it is learned that the Black’s challenger, shying at a shadow on the track, has suffered a fatal fall. Now, the Black himself is hobbled by a fear of shadows, a problem that could end his brilliant racing career. Will the Black become the next victim if he is not cured of his fright?

About Black Stallion’s Shadow. It has all the makings of a glorious day–the Black has just won the America’s Cup! But the fruits of victory quickly sour when it is learned that the Black’s challenger, shying at a shadow on the track, has suffered a fatal fall

About Black Stallion’s Shadow. It has all the makings of a glorious day–the Black has just won the America’s Cup! But the fruits of victory quickly sour when it is learned that the Black’s challenger, shying at a shadow on the track, has suffered a fatal fall. Will the Black become the next victim if he is not cured of his fright? Also in Black Stallion. See All. About Steven Farley

When a tragedy at the racetrack leaves the Black afraid of his own shadow, Alec turns to eccentric trainer Wes Taylor for help. But Alec has doubts about Taylor's grueling therapy. Meanwhile, everyone is skittish about a bizarre series of "accidents" at the ranch. Can the Black's brilliant career be saved? Will the Black recover in time to help Alec stop the mishaps? With suspense, horse sense, and plenty of action, the latest Black Stallion novel is unequaled equine adventure.  
Comments: (7)
Framokay
Black stallions Shadow is a real good book. I love the Black and all the adventures. Alex and Heny too.
Alsanadar
This is another great book by Steven Farley. Another great book of The Black Stallion. I wish there were more of them.
WOGY
I enjoyed it
Kajishakar
This was a present, my daughter was glad to receive. This had been her list for
a couple of years.
salivan
This book doesn't need an explanation. If u want to know it is about, then read it! It is a great book despite the different author! I think Steven Farley got his good ideas from Walter Farley!
Wat!?
Was a great read and kept you guessing all the way through the story ! Loved it and did want to see the end !
Modred
For sons collection, nice shape
Walter Farley's writing progressed during the course of his original Black Stallion series. The richness and variety of language provided vivid word-pictures of the characters, surroundings, and circumstances in his books. From the racetracks of New York to the scorching Arabian sands, Farley senior took the reader with him on dangerous adventures and breathtaking race rides. His writing progressed, richened, and refined with each novel. With Alec Ramsay, the readers grew up on the back of the Black Stallion.

Then came Steven Farley. His cooperation in the Young Black Stallion with Walter indicates that the erstwhile author passed the torch to his son with blessings. Farley senior may have bequeathed the series to Steven, but he was unable to include the same literary flavor. Alec and the Black progressed from a pair of unknowns to a respected force in the racing community during the original series. "Shadow" very quickly kicks Alec back to square one in the racing community, still being called a 'kid' and angrily defending himself. Books tend to set a tone right away, and I wasn't impressed. It is impossible to separate the continuation from the original series, and therefore it is not possible to avoid comparing them. Stick with Farley senior's books. They are superior.