Close Call

In book 9 of the Golden Filly series, Trish Evanston receives a series of threatening notes and phone calls from someone determined to finish her off Will Trish live to win another race
Close Call In book of the Golden Filly series Trish Evanston receives a series of threatening notes and phone calls from someone determined to finish her off Will Trish live to win another race

  • Title: Close Call
  • Author: Lauraine Snelling
  • ISBN: 9781556614880
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Close Call”

    1. Trisha Evanston thinks that winning is better than anything, and winning the Triple Crown was best of all! She was signing programs after the Hal Evanston Memorial Cup, one for someone's daughter who she sent greetings to. Trish always wanted to follow her father, Hal Evanston's, example. She told the reporters that, God willing, she'd be riding in the Breeders Cup, and was fine after the mess at the Meadows. Her brother, David, was still concerned for her safety. She felt it was all over except [...]

    2. I enjoyed this series very much. A girl who lives on a horse farm in Oregon wants to be a jockey. Finally, her dream is coming true. Just as it has come true, her father dies of cancer. After this, she learns to cope with his death by turning to God. The one thing I did not appreciate about this book was the whole boyfriend/girlfriend thing throughout the series. But, overall, I definately enjoyed them.

    3. This book is not what I expected, but a good read. I wish famous people would read this one and see a healthy view of what it's like to be famous. It does not have to go to your head and totally change you!

    4. This is the 9th book in the series and it was OK but it never resolved the biggest issue in the story - who's sending scary notes to Trish???? There must be another book to resolve the issue. Again these are good stories for the 10-12 year old readers. Christian values.

    5. That was amazing!! I can't wait to read more. This book was very intense, but also filled with the good things of life:). Good things that a Triple-Crown winner would experience, anyway.

    6. This was a twist I wasn't exspecting! I really like how the author kept the same themes as always but managed to throw something in out of left feild.

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