The Perfect Horse - Elizabeth Letts

The Perfect Horse

By Elizabeth Letts

  • Release Date: 2016-08-23
  • Genre: Nature
  • Book: The Perfect Horse
The Perfect Horse book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 43 Ratings)

The Perfect Horse Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

The Perfect Horse is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.

User reviews about the book

  • The perfect horse

    By NWbworm
    This is the perfect book to make the perfect horse come alive. The best horses in Europe are brought together to save them from the war. Then some heroes help save these horses from the Germans who want to claim them. Both the men who risk their lives for these horses, and the horses themselves, are brought to life in a story well told.
  • Great book, could not put it down!

    By Cstuetz
    Wonderful book, learned so much that I did not know about these horses and what they went through. Hard to put down.
  • The Perfect Horse

    By Zsazsa12345
    I so enjoyed this book-bringing me back into history and into the culture of horse breeding. It never occurred to me to think of these prized horses when so much death and destruction prevailed. It was an Interesting read, taught me a lot of what I never knew and pulled at my heart strings. A must read book.
  • A special breed of horses

    By Baier Family
    A special book about special horses..God created horses so man could love something that brought him closer to heaven. Horses return love that is magic. When I get to heaven I know my horse Sugar is waiting for me.... I'll be there someday Sugar and we can be together forever....
  • The Perfect Horse

    By celticmaggie
    I have loved the Lipizzaner horses from Disney's Miracle of the White Stallions! I live in Florida and have visited their stable in Myakka. I spent a fortune to go on a travel group to see the Lipizzaners in Lipica, Slovenia. I read this book and was so glad to see the photos from way back when. I needed tissues when they moved all the horses. I never knew WitezII was mixed with them. I never knew Alois fought in WWI and couldn't use his throat much from a bullet in his neck. I can't believe they were shifted so much. I am glad that I got to see the mares and stallions on their farms. I bet you don't know they are born dark and turn lighter as they age. I am so glad they were saved but cried for the ones lost forever. I hope you like horses and want to read about these Special Horses. I have this book for an honest review for NetGalley.

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