A book that continually is on my mind, and gave me a very different perpective in to a very touchy subject.
Trying to understand two completely opposed views which were so well presented, that at times you weren't sure what your own views were on the subject.
It was well read with understanding and feeling
All of them in their own way were memorable.
A book that tests your perceptions of the right to die with dignity, and the effect it has on those close to you, when they have to struggle with loss and face condemnation from others who knew nothing of the person concerned. A reality check.
The author has a sound knowledge of her subject, and portrays the bond between horse and rider so beautifully. The book covers a wide range of emotions, and preconceived ideas that are exposed and give one reason to reconsider. Hope and understanding and unselfish love come through this book in so many unexpected ways. A great story.
The book was well narrated
The accent and pronunciation of the Irish names and places
The old doctor he was brash, had a good dose of common sense mixed with humour and he lived in a time when honour still meant something.
The book it not a page turner, but if you want something pleasant and undemanding that gives a a warm feeling, then you will enjoy this.
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