[Free eBook] The Black Stallion (The Black Stallion, #1) Author Walter Farley – Sisnlaw.co.uk

The Black Stallion (The Black Stallion, #1) Published Originally In 1941, This Book Is About A Young Boy, Alec Ramsay Who Finds A Wild Black Stallion At A Small Arabian Port On The Red Sea Between The Black Stallion And Young Boy, A Strange Understanding Grew That You Lead Them Through Untold Dangers As They Journeyed To America Nor Could Alec Understand That His Adventures With The Black Stallion Would Capture The Interest Of An Entire Nation.

10 thoughts on “The Black Stallion (The Black Stallion, #1)

  1. Manybooks Manybooks says:

    Although I enjoyed Walter Farley s Classic when I read the novel as a teenager, I never liked it quite as much as Marguerite Henry s Misty of Chincoteague series and other horse series that were part of my childhood And I never did warm up to any of the sequels Part of the r

  2. Trish Trish says:

    No idea when I first read this but I was very young This is the German edition and I always loved the covers just looked into the English ones and am not convinced so I probably won t re buy them I was never the girly type of girl that was into horses, but the fierceness of the B

  3. Tiffany Reisz Tiffany Reisz says:

    Pretty adorable Basically a romance novel except the alpha hero is a horse, an actual horse.

  4. Candace Candace says:

    Alex Ramsey first meets the black stallion when they re both booked on a ship called the Drake When the ship is destroyed during a storm, the Black stallion and Alex are the only survivors They wash up on a deserted island Alex knows if it wasn t for the Black he won t have survived the sh

  5. Jim Jim says:

    I know I read this as a kid yet I couldn t remember a thing about it which is odd, although I hadn t remembered Misty of Chincoteague very well, either Too many years, I guess Anyway, I m really happy that I had a chance to reread this as an audio book narrated by Frank Muller who did an excell

  6. Grace Matlyn Buckner Grace Matlyn Buckner says:

    I don t like horses, or horse books, but I really enjoyed this one.

  7. Tara Lynn Tara Lynn says:

    I ve been an avid horse fanatic since before I can remember Unfortunately, when you re a kid growing up in the city, there s nothing a horse fanatic can do about it until they grow up and can afford or work for lessons of their own When I was a teenager, my parents movied to Long Island, and I finally ha

  8. Wanda Wanda says:

    Wanda s Summer Carnival of Children s Literature Wow, talk about fantasy And yet this is the book which ignited my passion for reading Totally unrealistic and it was totally captivating to an 11 year old, horse crazy girl This is the book which started my life long habit of identifying with male characters, b

  9. Ruth Ruth says:

    This book is clearly a product of its time, and not just because of the corny slang The second page awkwardly gives us a dose of muscular Christianity ideology Never again would he think of a missionary s work as sissy work No, sir, you had to be big and strong The two female characters are completely boring The I

  10. Chris Chris says:

    It s no surprise that this book has stood the test of time, no surprise at all Even without the movie and its beautiful images of horse and boy on the desert island, this book stands out in ways that other teen mets horse books don t The possible exception to this My Friend Flicka Black Beauty is about a horse, not a b

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