Check out my The Horse Whisperer book summary and review that I created to help you understand the basics of this great book. The Horse Whisperer is a 1998 American drama film directed by Robert Radford.

The Horse Whisperer

Who starred opposite Christine Scott Thomas and Scarlett Johansson in the male lead roles. The plot is based on the novel of the same name by Nicholas Evans.

The Horse Whisperer book summary

Thirteen-year-old Grace McLean and her friend Judith rode through the snowy countryside one winter morning. Horses lose their legs on an ice slope and ride with riders on a road where a truck can no longer avoid it.

 Judith and her horse die instantly, and Grace and her horse Pilgrim are seriously injured. Grace's right lower leg has been amputated. The horse is not only badly injured, but so emotionally traumatized that it does not allow anyone else to approach. Grace's mother Annie is advised to let Pilgrim sleep.

Annie, a successful magazine editor, refuses to let Pilgrim go. He searches for solutions as firmly and intensively as he does with professional research. He finds out about Tom Booker, a horse whisper in Montana, and calls him to come to New York and see Pilgrim. But Booker vehemently refuses, as he does not see himself as a payer for the hopeless horse.

Uncertain, Annie takes Grace and Pilgrim to Tom Booker's farm across the continent. Under the impression of knowing each other personally, Booker is now willing to at least try.

Pilgrim slowly begins to believe Booker, but the presence of other people frightens him. Booker soon realizes that not only does he need to treat Pilgrim, Grace needs to be brought out of her depression and pubescent shell. He makes it clear to Grace that Pilgrim loves him and that only through his cooperation can he recover.

Since therapy takes a long time, Annie and Grace spend the entire summer at Booker Farm. Not only is Pilgrim healthy; The omnipotent mother and her daughter, who are often overlooked, also change. Grace finds a new friend in Tom's nephew and regains her confidence to work on the farm.

Although Annie loses her lucrative job due to a long absence in Manhattan, she learns to appreciate the benefits of living in a quiet country and falls in love with Tom. However, it remains with some desirable looks, an erotic dance at the village festival and a long kiss. Annie finally leaves the farm and Tom follows her from the top of a hill.

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