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Defining Gravity (Defining Gravity Series Book 1) ❮Epub❯ ➤ Defining Gravity (Defining Gravity Series Book 1) ➣ Author Genevieve Mckay – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Fifteen year old Astrid never breaks the rules she s much too terrified of her overbearing father to step out of line He controls her weight, her friends, and even her career path And he doesn t appro Fifteen year old Astrid never breaks the rules she s much too terrified of her overbearing father to step out of line He controls her weight, her friends, and even her career path And he doesn t approve of anyone in their family thinking for themselves When one impulsive decision ends in disaster, Astrid is grounded for the summer, forced to put her archery career on hold and take a menial job cleaning stalls at a posh dressage barn It takes a little horse named Quarry and a quirky cast of characters to banish Astrid s unhappiness and show her that she is worth something But when her father steps in, once again, everything Astrid has grown to love is threatened.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 323 pages
  • Defining Gravity (Defining Gravity Series Book 1)
  • Genevieve Mckay
  • 06 May 2017

About the Author: Genevieve Mckay

Genevieve Mckay is a freelance writer, short story author, and novelist living by the ocean When she isn t busy creating new worlds she enjoys playing outside in the dirt and riding ponies.



10 thoughts on “Defining Gravity (Defining Gravity Series Book 1)

  1. Christine Meunier Christine Meunier says:

    Young Astrid is an extremely talented archer It seems that she lives for the sport that she excels at It s the one thing that makes sense to her as a teenager She struggles with her self image and her weight Her father is a stranger that seems to view her as an annoyance She has a crush on a boy who barely recognises her and even her closest friend is brutally blunt.Readat Young Astrid is an extremely talented archer It seems that she lives for the sport that she excels at It s the one thing that makes sense to her as a teenager She struggles with her self image and her weight Her father is a stranger that seems to view her as an annoyance She has a crush on a boy who barely recognises her and even her closest friend is brutally blunt.Readat

  2. Carmel Ann Sperti Carmel Ann Sperti says:

    Really fine novel about adolescence from the point of view of the little fat girl , so often ignored or shamed in western society, who is also a rank beginner as an equestrian This book inspires every emotion from the reader and is a GREAT read for teens and a MUST read for adults who interact with kids Wonderful story, well written I look forward toby the author.

  3. Pam Pam says:

    This book was absolutely fantastic I loved this book It was one that you go through fast Waiting to see what happens next I would definitely recommend this book to any horse loving teen

  4. Bobbi Pratt Bobbi Pratt says:

    Interesting new seriesVery interesting new series Excited to see how it all plays out for the characters involved Hope it continues as interesting in the next book.

  5. Nancy Silk Nancy Silk says:

    An Amazing, Compelling Story This is a great story for adults and teenagers There is a lot to learn about horses and families Astrid is 15 years old and doesn t like the strict rules her overbearing father sets for her She s grounded for the entire summer having to put her archery talents on hold She ll have to take a menial job of cleaning horse stalls That s when a little horse called Quary bonds with Astrid and changes her heart and soul Lovely story which embraced me from page one Yo An Amazing, Compelling Story This is a great story for adults and teenagers There is a lot to learn about horses and families Astrid is 15 years old and doesn t like the strict rules her overbearing father sets for her She s grounded for the entire summer having to put her archery talents on hold She ll have to take a menial job of cleaning horse stalls That s when a little horse called Quary bonds with Astrid and changes her heart and soul Lovely story which embraced me from page one You ll love it, too

  6. Samantha Hollinger Samantha Hollinger says:

    A true horse bookI ve been riding since I was 3 and this book brought me back to some of the defining moments and feeling of being on a special horse It talks so perfectly of the bind and how they can impact a person life If this book doesn t make you horse crazy I don t know what will

  7. mary rankin mary rankin says:

    Teenage drama with lots of stable management thrown in.I almost didn t finish this Astrid s father was awful, it took a horrible accident for him to become human The whole demeaning sarcastic attitudes were enough to turn me off Yes, I would like to know what happens to Folly but..

  8. Lindsay Billsborrow Lindsay Billsborrow says:

    Inspired storytellingA fabulous book that brilliantly meshes a great a equestrian story with horsemanship I feel I could become a better rider and a better person by reading these stories.

  9. Rachel Rachel says:

    Well written Interesting plot, believable characters, and I love reading about horses I learned a lot about showing horses and the work required to keep them in shape and healthy Very interesting.

  10. Nancy McLean Nancy McLean says:

    A good read..This is a great book, especially if you appreciate horses The story line is interesting and the boarding barn scenarios are accurate Enjoy

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