House Rules

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Nan A. Talese/Doubleday, 1994 - Fiction - 321 pages
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Heather Lewis is that special kind of writer who reports back from harrowing frontiers of experience. She unflinchingly describes a world where the border between pleasure and pain has become blurred beyond distinction in a shockingly authentic first novel about a teenage equestrian's odyssey through sexual violence.

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User Review  - Matthew Gallaway - Goodreads

Harrowing account of a fifteen-year old girl's descent into drug use, sex (mostly with her fellow riders/trainers), and horse showing/jumping. The sex and drug writing is remarkably descriptive ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jackie Mcmillan - Goodreads

A visceral novel that draws you kicking & screaming into the world of competition show jumping where the only things more doped out than the horses are the riders. Painful, erotic, twisted and violent ... Read full review


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Heather Lewis is the author of the widely acclaimed co

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