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Queen Rider ❰BOOKS❯ ✬ Queen Rider Author A.D. Langholm – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Impossible Bonnie Wyndham, expelled from her last three schools, knows she s only been accepted at sports mad Almonside because she s a superb rider She doesn t intend to stay long Just long enough to Impossible Bonnie Wyndham, expelled from her last three schools, knows she s only been accepted at sports mad Almonside because she s a superb rider She doesn t intend to stay long Just long enough to prove she s the best But equally Ruth Caradon, her tough, soft spoken riding instructor, doesn t intend to let Bonnie get the better of her and queen it around Almonside Or is their conflict about something different altogether A riveting study of a power struggle, with a nail biting show jumping background, from the author of The Bewitching of Alison Allbright.


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  1. chucklesthescot chucklesthescot says:

    I first read this book back in the 80 s when I was in the middle of my horse phase I looked for it for many years but never found it until about a year ago so I was keen to read it again.I forgot what a bitch Bonnie was She is a spoiled brat who seems to be putting her mother through hell because of the divorce She is determined to hate everyone, be rude and nasty, and get expelled again, even if all this crap of hers is costing her mother money she no longer has You would think that ending I first read this book back in the 80 s when I was in the middle of my horse phase I looked for it for many years but never found it until about a year ago so I was keen to read it again.I forgot what a bitch Bonnie was She is a spoiled brat who seems to be putting her mother through hell because of the divorce She is determined to hate everyone, be rude and nasty, and get expelled again, even if all this crap of hers is costing her mother money she no longer has You would think that ending up at a school with wonderful riding facilities would have been great for horse mad Bonnie but she is determined to make herself unpopular instead of enjoying herself for once This school would have been the best place for her if she had just given it a try instead of behaving in her usual manner and doing what she likes When I read this book as a kid I admired her as being a rebel but reading it now she is just a spoiled, stuck up little madam who needs a good slap.Her mother is as bad, not setting boundaries for her daughter and never spending time with her Instead of forcing Bonnie to accept their new circumstances she does what people generally do when they have little contact with them throw money at them Struggling to give spoiled Bonnie everything she wants just feeds the monster that the girl has become This is something that Ruth recognises as being part of Bonnie s problems.I liked Ruth, the riding teacher She feels insecure and out of place at such a posh school, amongst the rich people she would rather avoid Ruth grew up with nothing and gets angry every time she hears spoiled rich people moan about their life She doesn t mix with the staff and is at a loss as to how to deal with Bonnie, trying to reach out and be friends and when it is thrown back in her face, she decides to bring her down at what the girl loves most riding Her plan is really crazy and will lead to her possibly losing her job if it fails.It is a good, well written story for anyone who loves horses I used to get this book out of the library on a regular basis though I never owned a copy until now It is an interesting battle of wills between two strong and stubborn females who both need to win for their own reasons Children and YA readers will enjoy this one but it is suitable for all ages to enjoy


  2. Stacie Stacie says:

    Queen Rider by Alan Davidson is a middle grade story about an intolerable girl named Bonnie Wyndham who will, unknowingly, be faced with decisions that will alter her life forever.Bonnie Wyndham has been expelled from her last three schools for her unruly behavior Now, she is given the opportunity of a lifetime to attend Almonside, a school with a top notch riding program Bonnie may struggle in the classroom and among her peers, but she excels at riding In the past Bonnie has been able to get Queen Rider by Alan Davidson is a middle grade story about an intolerable girl named Bonnie Wyndham who will, unknowingly, be faced with decisions that will alter her life forever.Bonnie Wyndham has been expelled from her last three schools for her unruly behavior Now, she is given the opportunity of a lifetime to attend Almonside, a school with a top notch riding program Bonnie may struggle in the classroom and among her peers, but she excels at riding In the past Bonnie has been able to get her way with teachers and students through her unpleasant and domineering attitude, but she has never met anyone like Ms Ruth Caradon, her soft spoken riding instructor Ms Caradon refuses to acknowledge Bonnie s unpleasantness, which infuriates Bonnie all theThe two stubborn, yet talented riders are about to go head to head in an important competition, but who will learn the bigger lesson, student or instructor Young readers will be able to identify with Bonnie s schoolmates as they are forced to deal with Bonnie s selfish and spoiled mannerisms However, when Ms Caradon s true motives are revealed, reader s will find themselves cheering for Bonnie as she attempts to defeat Ms Caradon and win the Lazard Trophy Lessons of compassion, honesty and second chances are found throughout the story as several lives are enhanced by the challenges and life lessons they are confronted with.I recommend picking up a copy of Queen Rider


  3. A Voracious Reader (a.k.a. Carol) A Voracious Reader (a.k.a. Carol) says:

    Bonnie Wyndham s mother has enrolled her at Almonside, a school that pays particular attention to sports Since she has been kicked out of several schools Almonside is Bonnie s last chance at private school At Almonside Bonnie can major in something she really loves Riding horses However, her attitude is still just as bad and almost immediately she starts conflict with her riding instructor Ruth Caradon As they go head to head the question is who will win Well written with a tight plot and Bonnie Wyndham s mother has enrolled her at Almonside, a school that pays particular attention to sports Since she has been kicked out of several schools Almonside is Bonnie s last chance at private school At Almonside Bonnie can major in something she really loves Riding horses However, her attitude is still just as bad and almost immediately she starts conflict with her riding instructor Ruth Caradon As they go head to head the question is who will win Well written with a tight plot and interesting characters Troubled Bonnie is really a brat of the first order Ruth Caradon has issues of her own that she thought were in the past, but dealing with Bonnie brings them back The battle of wills was interesting to watch as Bonnie acted on emotion and Caradon worked mostly on gut instinct The ending was quite a surprise Another great read by Alan Davidson Many thanks to Straw Hat for providing me with a review copy Please see disclaimer page on my blog


  4. Billi Tiner Billi Tiner says:

    Queen Rider by Alan Davidson is a well written middle grader Davidson does a good job of developing the main character, Bonnie Wyndham Bonnie is a trouble making teenager who is sent to a boarding school that has an elite jumping club As I got to know Bonnie, I was curious to find out what caused her self destructive behavior However, I was a little disappointed when the cause of her behavior was revealed I thought this part of the story could have been written withdepth I felt that Queen Rider by Alan Davidson is a well written middle grader Davidson does a good job of developing the main character, Bonnie Wyndham Bonnie is a trouble making teenager who is sent to a boarding school that has an elite jumping club As I got to know Bonnie, I was curious to find out what caused her self destructive behavior However, I was a little disappointed when the cause of her behavior was revealed I thought this part of the story could have been written withdepth I felt that Queen Rider had a lot of potential to be a deeply emotional story, but was disappointed when it fell flat Young readers who like horses will enjoy reading this book However, I am not sure that it will appeal to a much larger audience


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