Book pak Recorded Books 2001
CS ISBN 0788755005 $38.00 Four cassettes
Twelve-year-old Gibson Whitaker hates being called a "farm out." But that's what he is--an orphan with no family to call his own. Set in the American West in the early twentieth century, this is an outsider's story, strong in atmosphere and characterization. Gib's gentling of the abused horse "Gray Ghost" earns him his longed-for place in the world, and Ed Sala's reading is as gentle and measured as Gib's own tender care of the wild-eyed Ghost. Sala's reassuring voice is a good match for this stand-alone sequel to Snyder's GIB RIDES HOME. M.C. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine [Published: DEC/ JAN 02]
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