"Emperor's World" is the story a stallion and a herd of mares that he rustled
from ranches in Colorado. He leads his herd up into the rugged mountain
valleys of western Colorado. The herd affects many people who come into
contact with the horses. An old Indian eventually affects all the peoples'
lives even more profoundly than the horses.
Three young couples, and their parents' lives, are followed as the youngsters
mature from teenagers to adulthood all affected by the horses in the hills.
There are light and happy moments during their carefree years as well as
more serious consequences. One girl miraculously recovers from a near
death accident. Th e Angel that brought the miracle had also had contact
with the herd.
A kidnapping and a murder are also caused by the herd of horses' presence.
This crime leads to an investigation that has several unexpected turns. A
dangerous high speed pursuit leads to the end of the criminal acts and a
tragedy for two families.
"Emperor's World" has two parallel paths. One tells about the horses and
their lives up in the mountains. The second path is about all the people
involved. The story mergers the two paths into one.
"Emperor's World" is an entertaining and easy read. Th e story orchestrates
all the human emotions; love, hate, greed, happiness, with large choruses of
humor, smiles, and tears.