Book Critique -
Diana and Dobbin, the horse, reunite Sarah and her horse
Chris Phillips
I am a veteran editor for friends and family as well as most of my employment positions. I make books out of my friends' writing as well as help them to smooth out what they say, how they say it and hopefully get the best expressions. I have been doing this for 20+ years. I often find myself reading a book and correcting problems I see even after the works have been professional published from big name publishers.  
By Chris Phillips
Published on 01/5/2012
Diana and Dobbin her dream companion and dream horse, find out that Sarah is in trouble. They find Sarah's horse and reunite them

Diana and her horse Dobbin reunite another pair.

Dobbin and the Stardust Trail by Diana Medler ISBN 978-0-9821563-8-4

Review by Chris Phillips

Medler has written a wonderful tale of friends helping friends. The illustrations by Amanda D Olson enhance the words, transforming them into an exquisite dream for children.

Diana, the main character, and Dobbin are partners in a dream existence. They travel to the fields of a heaven populated by magical horses. On a particular night Diana hears of a horse that has been left alone and his little girl Sarah, who has not called him from the fields. Diana and Dobbin must fix the situation and save Sarah.

The characters are well developed for the shortness of the book. Medler is able to start here a series that could well become another family tradition.

Hopefully, Medler will write many tales of Diana and Dobbin’s adventures.  The enclosed picture of the horse Rockin’ Dobbin and his life story are wonderful extras.

Published by Good Sound Publishing, 2009. ( ($10.99  USD SRP/Amazon $10.99 USD) Reviewer received book from the author.