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Jump!

Narrated by: Gerri Halligan
Series: Rutshire Chronicles, Book 9
Length: 26 hrs and 47 mins
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Following the death of her bullying husband, Etta Bancroft's selfish children move her to a village in the Cotswolds. One night, she discovers a filly, left to die in the snow. With help, Etta rescues the horse, and she and her friends form a syndicate to pay for her upkeep. As the horse recovers, she begins to show racing pedigree, so the syndicate enters her into a maiden hurdle - and are shocked at the result.

©2010 Jilly Cooper (P)2010 WF Howes Ltd

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great as always

I love Jilly Cooper's rutshire series and I enjoyed this book very much. I will admit though that the quality isn't quite what it used to be. less sex and rock and roll and a bit more years and fickleness. I still loved it though. narration was fantastic!

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Jumping, Booze and Bonking

Although I enjoyed Jump, I found it difficult to keep track of the vast array of characters and horses. For someone who knows little about horses and show jumping, I thought that there was too much emphasis on this aspect of the story and would have preferred more about the lives of the characters.

This book would appeal to anyone who knows more about show jumping and horses than I do.