Oh, oops. I forgot to review this, and now it's been kind of a while since I read it. And because of that, I probably can't write a very detailed review. But, I don't have much to criticize anyway.For those of you who don't know, Jeannette Walls is also the author of the popular memoir The Glass Castle––which also happens to be one of my favorite books. Not only is it a crazy (and true) story, but Walls tells it with such honesty. She's not trying to get pity from the reader, but rather just to portray her life the way it was. And that's something I really admired about it. It's a deeply personal and compelling read.Half-Broke Horses is also very compelling, but not quite as personal. That's mostly due to the fact that the story is about her grandmother and not about herself. (However, Walls writes it in first person.) Walls's grandmother, Lily, is still an interesting and likable protagonist. I wouldn't say she's quite as relatable as Jeannette was as the narrator in her own memoir. But, I still liked Lily. It seems like she, like her granddaughter, had a pretty fascinating life and was quite a character.I guess the only small issue I had with the book was that it covered such a vast period of time. And at times, parts seemed really rushed. Like, I'm pretty sure there was a part where Lily met a guy and married him within four pages or so. I know Walls was probably to fit in all of her grandmother's craziest stories without them being too out-of-context. But still, there were parts that went by a bit too fast for me.But altogether, this was a great read. Well-written and an amazing story about (what sounds like) an amazing woman.