I have up for sale on Ebay, an almost complete Saddle Club Set!
They have been read but the insides are still in great shape, no markings or ripped pages.
I used to love these books, but I have to part with some stuff due to moving etc. :<
Please, I'd love for them to go to a great home where people who will love these books will continue to love them as I have loved them :3http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=260195436515
Good luck and thanks for your time :3
Part of me does not want to part with the Saddle Club.
But I do need the extra space and all.
My favorite character has always been Veronica DiAngelo
I always thought Veronica's character to be a sad girl who wanted a friend and was misunderstood by her peers and acted spoiled because she could not relate to them.
SHe's a pampered heiress like character with parents who push the image of money and glamour onto their suspectable young daughter.
She only acts how she has been taught to and I don't believe that Veronica intends to be such a bitch brat as she has been, more likely she acts like a jerk to keep people away from her, as she's afraid to let the real her show, and afraid to let people in and she's been hurt before by relationships.
I was hoping she would become a member in time.
I noticed some books were she was human and sweet and it showed a scared little girl who wanted love and affection. Plus, there is a big lacking of Veronica's parents too, it seems like they just shower her with gifts instead of love and care.
Like when Stevie invited her to spend Thanksgiving, she got along nicely (if i remember)
and when she did care for the horse and proved it showing her marred manicure (that wasn't the gift horse book was it?)
I think it would been awesome of Veronica's character was developed more over time.
I guess I sort of feel for the Veronica's characters in the book world, since I have been one, i've been the kid with "all that great stuff" but with out the parents involved, they don't come through for you, and later they make admends by purchasing three Super Nintendo games.
Or a few Barbie playsets or board games.
But I was more lonely and a loner than a showy brat. Somehow, subconciously i did keep people away because i didn't know how to react and act.
I don't remember if Veronica's parents acted like that, but that scene in which she fell from the horse and she got millions of flowers and all seems to feel all too close to home and I could really indentify and feel for her.
Or is it that sometimes readers side with characters that have bits that are like them and want to create more emotion for them?
Its been a while since I read the books and all...so I don't know...
Darn...i'm having that "nooo i dun wanna part w the books now!" syndrome