The Black Stallion Revolts (Google eBook)

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Random House Children's Books, Sep 28, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 288 pages
11 Reviews
After the Black attacks another horse, Alec realizes that the once-wild horse needs more space and freedom, so they head out west to a huge ranch. But a terrible accident separates the two, leaving Alec with amnesia and the Black alone to reclaim the wild life to which he was born. As the Black struggles to survive, and as Alec struggles to remember who he is and his connection to the magnificent stallion in the canyon, a gripping adventure story unfolds.


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Review: The Black Stallion Revolts (The Black Stallion #9)

User Review  - Mirrani - Goodreads

Adventure stories are just that: adventure. They are stories that take you out into the jungle, deep into the desert, or out into the wild unknown. Adventure stories aren't based on reality, they are ... Read full review

Review: The Black Stallion Revolts (The Black Stallion #9)

User Review  - Lynne Stringer - Goodreads

This was another favourite of mine in The Black Stallion series. Although it took us away from the racing world for the first half, it was still well done, especially in relation to Alec's confusion ... Read full review

Contents

THE SENTINEL1
REVOLT2
WINGED FURY3
THE UNKNOWN4
THE SEARCH5
THE LONG NIGHT6
STRANGE AWAKENING7
THE PINES8
THE HUNTERS13
CLOSING HANDS14
BLACK FLAME15
RACE RIDER16
LIGHTENING SHADOW17
PRESTON18
THE SPRUNG TRAP19
MATCH RACE20

HORSE TRADER9
NIGHT CRY10
THE BLACK OUTLAW11
LONE RIDER12
CONCLUSION21
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
THE RELUCTANT FILLY4
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About the author (2011)

Walter Farley's first book, The Black Stallion, was an instant hit when it appeared in 1941. Mr. Farley went on to write thirty-three other enormously popular books about the Black Stallion and other horses which were published in more than twenty countries. He died in 1989, shortly before the publication of his last novel, The Young Black Stallion, written with his son Steven.

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