The Ravine (The Black Dog Series Book 1)

Katy Werling s parents think she s spending the night with a friend, unaware their child is lying severely injured at the bottom of a ravine A crisis in their marriage consumes them, preventing them from focusing on anything other than their crumbling lives Neighboring families, all facing their own catastrophes, are equally oblivious to a black dog s attempt to captureKaty Werling s parents think she s spending the night with a friend, unaware their child is lying severely injured at the bottom of a ravine A crisis in their marriage consumes them, preventing them from focusing on anything other than their crumbling lives Neighboring families, all facing their own catastrophes, are equally oblivious to a black dog s attempt to capture their attention Will any of them look past their individual struggles to discover the dog s urgent message and save the child
The Ravine The Black Dog Series Book Katy Werling s parents think she s spending the night with a friend unaware their child is lying severely injured at the bottom of a ravine A crisis in their marriage consumes them preventing them f

  • Title: The Ravine (The Black Dog Series Book 1)
  • Author: Mary Coley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. At ten p.m. on the night after the last day of school, ten-year-old Katy Werling rushed down Emily’s driveway in her pajamas and onto the steep moonlit blacktop road.So begins Mary Coley's The Ravine. Set in bucolic wooded neighborhood on the edge of a major city, Katy's family and their neighbors live in houses with pretty facades, but those in these dwellings this night face crises of their own. Readers wonder whether Katy's predicament will result in tragedy or salvation.Coley creates a tal [...]

    2. Katy is 10 years old. She's spending the weekend with a friend or so her parents think. What they don't know is that she changed her mind, decided to walk home and has been seriously injured after falling into a ravine. The parents and neighbors are so consumed with their own problems they aren't aware of Katy's plight even though a black dog has been trying for days to get their attention to help her. The Ravine is well written and will keep you reading until the end. It's a complex book tellin [...]

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