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  • Author:
    helen griffiths
  • ISBN:
    0090677927
  • ISBN13:
    978-0090677924
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Doubleday; First Edition edition (1963)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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  • FB2 format
    1479 kb
  • ePUB format
    1367 kb
  • DJVU format
    1160 kb
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    122
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Fordrekelv
It was read to me as a child and I never forgot it. I loved horses so much at that time that I was horrified by the cruel treatment of the wild horses and the sad outcome for La Bruja. However, I do think the author did a very convincing job in expressing the horses thoughts and feelings throughout the book.
Windforge
I read this book as a child and never forgot it.
The book concerns a mare born on the South American pampas. She is extremely ugly but also extremely fast, and is coveted by humans for her swiftness. However, after several bad experiences—one in which her foal was captured and another in which she and other horses were captured by humans who then committed a wholesale slaughter of the animals-- she learned to hate humans, and killed a man who captured her. After this she was known as The Witch and no one succeeded in capturing her, until one day she is captured by the owner of a farm and it’s up to a Mexican boy called Angel, who is lame in one leg and thus holds The Witch as a symbol of freedom for her legendary swiftness and ferocity, to decide her fate.

The book is supposedly for children but I would not recommend them for children under 10 or so. There are somewhat graphic details of the horse killings and, like Joyce Stranger in “Chia, the Wildcat” (another fantastic animal book), Griffith does not shy away from the reality of animal life, such as when The Witch’s Sire (father) breeds with her. However, it is very memorable and I was compelled to hunt it down as an adult. I can safely say that it has one of the most wonderful endings that I have ever read; the scene stuck with me for years and affected me just as much as an adult.
I hope this book gets re-discovered as quality reading for young teens. It deserves it.
Detenta
I loved this book, it helped me realize that being special and different could eventually lead to peace / freedom if you can hide a bit of what others are coveting. Love horses and this story told of a wild one and one who loved her in in the wild open plains was charming, adventures and beautiful. Nope, not selling my copy.
Zaryagan
I read this as a teenager and I have never forgotten it. So sad but powerful if you love horses which I still do. Get some tissues ready!