Best Books For Girls Who Loves Horses 2022: Powerful Ride Into Fantasy


The creature will have the form of a beautiful horse, with eyes as dark and profound as the water it stands beside when the moon is lit up, and its back will ripple and dip as enticingly as a seal’s does. It will be almost impossible to resist the creature. If it sees you, it might toss its head and ask you to ride while displaying a mane that suspiciously resembles tangled and dripping seaweed.

Beware the Kelpie: Rosemary and Rue, by Seanen McGuire

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Wry, witty, funny and powerful – For the first book in a series, this one is very good. There’s a fair amount of exposition that at times slows the plot at bit, but it’s pretty well handled and presented in several ways instead of falling into the expository traps of massive info dumps or tedious question and answer sessions by the characters. Toby (the POV character) is also familiar with the fantastical aspects of the world and so it avoids the cliche of the outsider “introduced into a realm beyond their imagination”.

Don’t. Don’t ride. Do not even attempt to touch it. The animal in question is not a horse at all; rather, it is a kelpie And if you ride the kelpie, or even if you so much as brush its silvery skin, you will become affixed to it, and it will carry you into its river, lake, or sea, and you will never be seen or heard from again.

These legendary beasts have been confined to the rivers and lochs of Scotland for more than a thousand years. But no longer. Rosemary and Rue is the most recent novel written by Seanen McGuire. In this novel, the author brings kelpies to San Francisco. October Daye, also known as Toby to her close friends, is a half-human and half-Faerie private investigator who, in this contemporary fantasy thriller, must investigate the overlapping worlds of Faerie and North Bay in order to apprehend a magical killer before the killer apprehends her. Toby will have to outmaneuver the mad Faerie Queen, navigate a love triangle more sharply pointed than her changeling ears, and survive the general mayhem of a town that is populated by taxi-driving trolls, fast-talking cats, and at least one rose bush that has plans of its own. Dodging kelpies is just the beginning. Toby will also have to survive the general mayhem of a town that is populated by taxi-driving troll

Rosemary and Rue is going to beguile and enchant older teens and adults who are fans of Celtic myth and urban mysteries because it is half hilariously hilarious and half darkly suspenseful. If the October Daye series continues with at least six more books that are currently being printed and have yet to be released, then hopefully there will be more kelpies for people who love horses!

Want to learn more about kelpies? Learning and Teaching Scotland offers a brilliant overview of kelpies and the most famous would-be kelpie, the Loch Ness Monster, and the writings of Robert Burns, one of Scotland’s great poets, are haunted by truly devilish sea-horses. However, if you’re looking for a sweeter, friendly take on kelpies for kids and tweens, check out Dick King-Smith’s kids’ novel, The Water Horse, and Sony Pictures’ movie adaptation of the book, Water Horse: Legend of the Deep.

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