- Mass Market Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: Skylark (1 February 1999)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0553492454
- ISBN-13: 978-0553492453
- Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 1.9 x 17.8 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 113 g
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changing leads22 November 2005 - Published on Amazon.com
In this book, Lisa is still in California, trying to make up her mind whether to return. Back home, Stevie is dealing with Callie's brother's anger, as she was driving the night of the accident. The group of friends is also getting worried about their friend A.J., who has been uncharacteristically tense and testy. Meanwhile Carole must decide whether or not to keep a secret that would affect Lisa.
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Okay, a little better19 January 1999 - Published on Amazon.com
So it took four books of Bonnie /Bryant to find her stride, at least she found it. But this book stil wasn't great. I am jsut sick and tired of Alex and Lisa's romance, it's jsut so silly and frivilous. Lisa is supposed to be a straight "A" student and she comes off as an Air Head to me. This book included more about horses, which was why it improved, and Bonnie finally began to move away from the accident. The writing actually seemed to have some thought in it, and the book wasn't like a cheap Soap Opera or something. Even though there wa one thing that bugged me. At the begining of the series Emily was a ig part of the story line, but now Mrs. Bryant only leaves PC and never talks about Emily. Also Bonnie sorta writes aboutthe same things over and over again, just in different words. The series is a little monotonus, but if bonnie moved on to a different topic, it has the potential of being excellent. One other thing, these girls horses need to get ridden and taken care of better. I would have called the ASPA on them by now.
An AWESOME book!21 February 2000 - Published on Amazon.com
This book was very well written. Scott still won't forgive Stevie for the car crash, but Stevie really wants him to. She gets upset with Phil, because he is spending so much time with Scott. Carol is so busy training Samson that she hardly has time for Starlight. Lisa feel pretty left out, because over the summer Carol and Stevie got to be very close to Callie. I really like that this book included more about Stevie and Phil than Lisa and Alex. I hope it stays that way! I believe that this series is a hundred times better than the Saddle Club. Since I am 14 Pine Hollow seems more realistic while the Saddle Club seems reather unbelieveable. If you are reading Bonnie Bryant, I want you to know I am sooooooooooo glad that you started the Pine Hollow series! PINE HOLLOW RULES!
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I really liked this book7 August 1999 - Published on Amazon.com
I loved this book, because a lot of it was based around Stevie (who is my fav. character) and she's got such a funny, awesome attitude. and even in a book i read, carole and lisa admit thats what they like est about stevie, that she doesnt get mad easily. is it just me, or do carole in lisa get in fights about stupid stuff. Ecspecially in the #6 Pine hollow book. i think they just need to take a chill pill. but, mrs. bryant, i want oyu to know if your reading this, that I LOVE the saddle club books, your my favorite author and you need to keep putting your thoughts on paper! thanks.
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These are GREAT!18 January 2000 - Published on Amazon.com
I love this enw series. I just started reading Saddle Club books the summer of '99 and I've already read like half the series (yeah, i have ALOT of spare time.). I saw the first 5 books lying in my friends room and she gave them to me, so I read them. They are GREAT! They might not talk so much about the horses, but they talk about REAL issues in someone's life and these are WAY more real. I love them all, but these are more real. This one, #4 was my fav. I love the part where Stevie is yelling at Scott!