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by Caroline Akrill

eBook Flying Changes download ISBN: 0851406661
Author: Caroline Akrill
Publisher: Arlington Books Publishers Ltd; First Edition edition (September 1985)
Language: English
Pages: 228
ePub: 1908 kb
Fb2: 1987 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Romance

Caroline Akrill has been a riding school proprietor, an equestrian journalist, a publisher and a hotelier.

Caroline Akrill has been a riding school proprietor, an equestrian journalist, a publisher and a hotelier. She lives in Suffolk. Books by Caroline Akrill. Mor. rivia About Flying Changes.

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Talent, looks and opportunism take Oliver from the threadbare gymkhanas of his youth via the intrigues of the show ring, to the rarefied heights of international dressage where he becomes a celebrity, the darling of the dressage set and lands the biggest sponsorship in the history of equestrianism. The free online library containing 450000+ books. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

Talent, looks and opportunism take Oliver from the threadbare gymkhanas of his youth via the intrigues of the show ring, to the rarefied heights of international dressage where he becomes a celebrity, the darling of the dressage set and lands the biggest sponsorship in the history of equestrianism. Welcome to Literature Tube Archieve The free online library containing 450000+ books.

Item Information:Author : Akrill, Caroline. Product Information:TITLE: Flying Changes. Weight: 422. Other Details:Condition : Good. Flying Changes by Caroline Akrill (Hardback, 1985). Pre-owned: lowest price.

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Comments: (7)
Gldasiy
I read it because it was advertised as a romance. The authors knowledge of horses is extensive though I suspect the bit about Oliver being some kind of god-like idol is a bit over the top. And even though I k ow the horse world well, or perhaps because if it, I found the descriptions a bit long and tedious. There were moments of humor and so.e characters are readily believable. Did the author really mean for us to feel uncomfortable about the relationship between brother and sister? And was their cousin unhealthily in love with him as well? What sibling would give up their own life to just follow a brother around? It just seemed....off somehow...especially since his other relationships were odd as well. I don't care if he's straight, gay, or bi...or whether he only used people to get ahead...but somehow the siblings relationship was off-putting. In the end, this was not a romance. And there was no resolution...just an abrupt ending.
Bearus
I first read this book in high school (along with all of Caroline Akrill's other pony books) and absolutely loved it. When I saw the first review I doubted myself, but had such good memories of the book that I bought it in any event. I'm so pleased that I did! The reviewer didn't get past the first three pages, which I admit are a bit strange, but I think it is necessary to show the absurdity of the environment that the subject of the book has created for himself. The story then swings into Caroline Akrill's trademark easy reading style which very vividly brings the world she describes to life. I would rate this as one of my favourite horsey stories (and Caroline Akrill as my very favourite horsey author).
Bine
I like all her books. Easy read, moves along well and the " Eventer's Trilogy" is sweetly funny and much "tongue in cheek". Flying Changes is more serious but none the less enjoyable. All are hard to get now days.
Axebourne
A much different book than I expected. It was more about the people of the story than about dressage and life w/ horses! It was a good quick read but felt it was hasty! Many things could have been much more deeply developed! I feel like it skimmed the surface of what could have been so..,much more!
Anarus
Excellent characters and story. It will keep you reading all day!
Gravelblade
Love these stories
JoJogar
I am afraid that this book was poorly written with no plot. I continued reading hoping for it to get more interesting and it never did. There was no point to it, no depth to the characters. only three main characters. I do not recommend this book.
I really wanted to like this book. There aren’t enough good novels about horses--especially about dressage--so I was psyched for a satisfying read.

But the author’s purple prose, convoluted sentences, and page-long paragraphs that described a broken decanter got in the way. I struggled through 20 pages and gave up. And, because I didn’t finish the book I’m giving it 3 stars. Maybe it would’ve earned more if I’d persevered to the end; perhaps only one.

I don’t have the time or patience to find out. Books need to grab me and keep me hooked from page one, perhaps page two. But, please, don’t bore me to death by obsessing over crystal for half a chapter when your blurb has promised me a riveting read about Olympic dressage.