“A richly drawn and deeply felt story of familial bonds, and how they change and evolve over time, sometimes with the help of a spirited steed.” —Kurt Kirchmeier, The Absence of Sparrows
A boy and horse could outrun all the sadness of this flat world. If the boy believed, and the horse was swift. The sorrel knew he was fast enough to help the boy. He just needed open grassland and a light hand on the reins. He’d show Ol’ Mr. Grief his heels. Why, he’d run so fast that the wind would peel that sorrow right off the boy. Like a snake shedding its skin. Leaving it caught in the grass and drying up in the sun. Dust to dust. All the horse needed was a chance.
CATEGORY: Middle Grade | Contemporary | Horses | Family | Father & Son | Adventure
AGE: Middle Grade, 8+
November 10, 2020 | xxx pages
Hardcover: TBD | 978-1-945654-57-2
Paperback: $12.95 | 978-1-945654-59-6
Ebook: $4.99 | 978-1-945654-58-9