Saturday, May 31, 2008

Horse Passages

Horse Passages has been re-edited and reissued as an e-book!
For ages 14 and up - boys and girls will love this book.

HORSE PASSAGES: Orphaned twins, Meagan and Carl Cadet, share an honored path-they're horse herders. But the horses they herd are unique, for each horse grows beautiful clusters of unicorn-like horns made of living quartz. Like fingerprints, each is dazzlingly different from the other. The horses use these horns to travel through mystic passages, finding new planets for humans to colonize. Meagan and Carl are two fine, teenaged equestrians who make perfect caregivers for these unusual horses-if they can avoid the merciless Raiders...
Raiders stalk horse herders-capturing them to work their mines-using them until death finally takes the poor humans away from their endless misery. For once taken, no human is able to escape the brutal grasp of these mysterious aliens.


debra said...

Hi Sam
You are the winner of the Peninsula Python drawing---the first member of the Peninsula Python Posse. Email me your address so I can send you your prize.

Charles Gramlich said...

Hey congrats on your win. This book sounds pretty good. I was just posting about my young adult love for animal stories and I still enjoy them from time to time.

Oopsy Daisy said...

This was the 2nd Jennifer Macaire book I read and I have to say I LOVED IT!!! If any of your reader haven't read this book I highly recommend it. This one really grabbed my attention and at the end of the book I was left wanting a sequel. I do hope you will write a sequel to Horse Passages. I would say why but I don't want to ruin the story for those who haven't read it.

Sam said...

Thank you Debra!!!
And Charles, I love YA stories too. I'm glad I have a teen so I can buy books for her and read them, lol!
Daisy - Thank you so much!
How are you?????

Oopsy Daisy said...

Thanks for asking Sam. I'm okay. I really need to post on my blog soon (and I may) but it's hard when you don't have any good news to post. soon though!