Talking with HorsesAuthor: Colin Dangaard Category: Action and Adventure Publisher: Bennett Media and Marketing ISBN: 9781957114521 Pages: 262 Country: United States Language: English Dimension: 6" x 9"
Emma Armbrust is a beautiful young girl living in Malibu, California. She is autistic, but because of this condition she has the ability to talk with horses. Horses communicate in pictures, which is also the main tool for autistic communication; thus they share a common neurological frequency. Because of this she becomes a national show jumping champion. This achievement is told against a back story that is the 50 million year old history of the horse and Emma’s romantic life, that goes between a Lieutenant of Attila the Hun, in her autistic fantasy, and a young man in the hills of Malibu where they ride together in Emma’s real life. With all this fame and celebrity Emma finds herself in a love triangle that she must solve. In the background are her loving parents who are trying desperately to get medical help for Emma, finally getting her on medication to make her more “normal”, but at a great cost to Emma: she can lo longer communicate with here horse. This book is the first in a trilogy. The second book has Emma riding with the Samartian women warriors, 300 BC.