Talking with Horses

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iUniverse, Jun 27, 2012 - Fiction - 226 pages
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She falls in love with Zehun, a Lieutenant of Attila the Hun, while he saves her from savages who want her dead. She returns the favor by saving Zehun seconds before he is sliced to pieces by Roman soldiers who have captured him. She places seven arrows into seven soldiers in as many seconds, shooting left and right handed with her bow. This happens in an action-packed fantasy world Emma Armbrust has created as a refuge from her autism. In real life, her autism enables her to communicate with her jumping horse Tower, as people and horses did millions of years before. Emma is 18 years old, tall, blonde and beautiful . She lives in the hills of Malibu, California, where she also falls in love with Jules , a troubled young man who is her age, and also a social outcast. There is just one problem. Zehun and Jules look exactly alike—they just live 2,000 years apart. While Emma tries desperately to resolve her love triangle, she survives medication to make her “normal” and then rides Tower to National Grand Prix victory, thus saving the family horse ranch from bankruptcy.

 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
7
Chapter Three
14
Chapter Four
17
Chapter Five
19
Chapter Six
33
Chapter Seven
37
Chapter Eight
43
Chapter TwentyOne
118
Chapter TwentyTwo
127
Chapter TwentyThree
137
Chapter TwentyFour
141
Chapter TwentyFive
147
Chapter TwentySix
149
Chapter TwentySeven
154
Chapter TwentyEight
158

Chapter Nine
51
Chapter Ten
55
Chapter Eleven
57
Chapter Twelve
69
Chapter Thirteen
76
Chapter Fourteen
82
Chapter Fifteen
84
Chapter Sixteen
92
Chapter Seventeen
94
Chapter Eighteen
97
Chapter Nineteen
108
Chapter Twenty
114
Chapter TwentyNine
165
Chapter Thirty
170
Chapter ThirtyOne
172
Chapter ThirtyTwo
179
About The Author
193
Afterword
201
Towers Run
202
Towers Last Run
207
Farewell To A Champion
213
Back cover
218
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