Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Sara Gruen is the author of the New York Times bestseller Water for Elephants and Riding Lessons. She lives with her. “Flying Changes reminds me how unpredictable life is Even if you are horseless (my deepest sympathies), you will love this novel” —RITA MAE BROWN. Buy a cheap copy of Flying Changes book by Sara Gruen. Anxiety rules Annemarie Zimmer’s days-the fear that her relationship with the man she loves is .
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Will they amaze everyone who doubted them? Flying Changes Sara Gruen. They were almost too extreme. The story flows and kept my attention from beginning to end. I guess I would just describe it as poor chick lit. I picked up this book at the library because I enjoyed Gruen’s other book, Water for Elephants, so much.
Not to mention on a 7 year old horse that no one can ride?!
Flying Changes – Sara Gruen – – Allen & Unwin – Australia
Jan 16, Emily Wood rated it did not like it. I couldnt put the book down all day. What was the purpose? I was very disappointed in it because I had read the novel Water For Elephants by the same ggruen and absolutely loved it.
Gruen ties up quite a few loose ends left in the plot after Riding Lessons, as well as throwing in some dramatic twists which bring all three generations of women closer together.
Trivia About Flying Changes R The situations and the characters are far from perfect. The plot is simple, uninteresting, and poorly navigated. But she overcomes her fears and sticks to her resolutions here. Which is worse I read this because, gren the changss who suggested it said, “it’s about horses and it’s easy to read”–and I’d read the first book.
I guess its difficult to write a really good story involving women and their horses.
Not as good as W. Gruen was the new hot thing after “Water For Elephants. So, why did I devour the pages?
Simply because it is about horses. Maybe I dozed off, but WTF with the abused lady and her neglected horse and kid?
Changss mother, Mutti, and Austrian “character” also lives with them on their horse farm, where they teach riding lessons.
I didn’t realize this was book 2 until I finished it.
All the loose ends were tied up so I felt satisfied at the conclusion. She bounces between having no spine and letting her daughter walk all over her, and overreacting at small things while remaining entirely selfish. In the sequel, Annemarie is really trying to be a better mother to her teen daughter Eva, which proves even harder than she expected.
I loved water for elephants so thought I would love this but found it weak. It gives the stories a life so to speak. Nov 20, Suzette rated it did not like it. This book is one of my favourites and I plan to read it every summer.
Plot Tips on technique 6: Other editions – View all Flying Changes: Both novels are, once again, full of meticulous research and unending emotion, whether it is happiness, shock, anger, annoyance, or any other emotion one can think of.
If you do not love horses, do not read this book. Other thing I hated: Point of view Tips on technique 4: It is SO off-putting, and anyone who knows anything about Dressage would laugh and roll their eyes.