Dark Horse

Dark Horse A spotted horse yearns to be completely white until meeting a mysterious dark and dangerous stallion who reveals a true and free life

  • Title: Dark Horse
  • Author: JohnFischer
  • ISBN: 9780800718398
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A spotted horse yearns to be completely white until meeting a mysterious, dark, and dangerous stallion who reveals a true and free life.

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      Published :2018-03-01T06:01:13+00:00

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    1. (Minor spoilers)I liked the idea and I think I know where the author was goingrt of a "Pilgrim's Progress" with horsesbut it either was too long or too short. We have one short story, which is a nice allegoryd then all but one of the characters disappear (die? we are not sure) and another, shorter story begins - and they are connected, but do not form a whole It is well written, and nice for horse loversbut it seemed disjointed. I would liked to have seen the story more fully developed. I would [...]

    2. The novel apparently tied in with an album, which my parents fortunately did not buy me. They did, unfortunately, buy me this book one Christmas in ages past. I only remember it because it was so bad. There is no ending, not much of a plot and is just a WEE bit racist, where white horses are better than all other colors. God is called The White One. Is it any wonder I changed from a Born-Again Christian child to an atheist adult?

    3. I first saw this book when I was a little girl back in Germany, it was being sold in a church's bookstore. The white horse caught my eye, and I read it. At first, I didn't understand it until I read again some years later.I loved this book! It was short and simple, but powerful and thought-provoking at the same time! I am proud to say that this book was the "main inspiration" that led me into the journey of writing my series "Light Horse Dark Horse".

    4. Dad gave this book to me. The allegory is a little too straight-forward for me. I liked the idea of a ranch that taught horses how to look like they were completely white, because it is such a ludicrous idea and that's the point he was making. But after that, it seemed like there wasn't much story to tell.

    5. A great thought provoking allegory. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this short story and would recommend to anyone who wants to enhance their life spiritually or those who want a gentle reminder of how we should really live our lives.

    6. I like this book, but it feels like two short stories in one. The first one just drops off and them another part begins. Also the ending wasn't really complete. I really like the analogy within it though.

    7. I think the book should have been more drawn out and I didnt like the ending but it is a nice book.

    8. This powerful allegory explores the deeper meaning of faith and trust necessary when taking challenging risks which lead to freedom and leadership.

    9. I didn't remember reading this until I started going through it again. It is a interesting way to at deciding to follow Christ by faith.

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