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Reviewed in Australia on 7 May 2016
After being disappointed by the third book in this series, I was pleased to see Lattey back on form with Four Faults. Told from the point of view of Tess Maxwell, the story deals with the dynamics of the Maxwell family, in particular the complex relationship between Tess and her bossy sister Hayley. Hayley is the competitive one, while Tess is a girl who would much rather go out for a quiet hack than ride her sister's difficult Grand Prix pony.
Throw into the mix a budding romance and some lessons in friendship and even harder lessons in life, and you have another really good read from this author.
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