Chancey of the Maury River Review

Chancey of the Maury River
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Throughout the years, I have read many "horse" books, but rarely has one gripped my attention as "Chancey." It is so much more than the typical horsey/coming of age story. The author captures the true essence and heart of not only the people characters, but the horse as well.
Told is the voice of the horse, Chancey, it is a tricky maneuver for the author, but it comes across beautifully. Truly, the only way for this story to be written. It is not a stretch to say this book ranks up there with other great anthropomorphic stories such as Black Beauty, Babe, & Charlotte's Web.
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll cheer. I guarantee you won't soon forget these memorable characters long after you finished the book.

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Told through a horse's eyes, here is the entrancing tale of an Appaloosa who finds a chance to renew his trust, and of the humans he helps to restore.On the night that Chancey is born, a "fire star" gallops across the sky, a signal that a great horse has entered the world. But it will take many years of slights and hardships before the orphaned albino will believe that the prophecy is truly meant for him. First he must find a home at the Maury River Stables and a girl named Claire who needs him as much as he needs her. Then, when his aching joints and impending blindness bring an end to their training together, he must start a new chapter as a therapeutic horse, healing people with wounds both visible and unseen. In the manner of a latter-day Black Beauty, Chancey's observant voice narrates this absorbing story, filled with fascinating details of life at the stable and keen insight into equine instinct, human emotion, and the ineffable bond that connects them both.

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