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The Moon Stallion by Brian Hayles
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The Moon Stallion

by Brian Hayles

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    Sun Horse, Moon Horse by Rosemary Sutcliff (JenMacPen)
    JenMacPen: The Moon Stallion was originally a children's television series telling the story of Diana, a blind girl with 'other' perceptions, a mysterious, wild white stallion and a widower out for revenge, all swirled together with the ancient White Horse of Uffington, a search for King Arthur and the strange behaviour of stableman, Todman. Rosemary Sutcliff's powerful book concerns the lives of the original people living around Uffington during the Iron Age, inter-tribal warfare, and the creation of the White Horse.… (more)
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I think some readers are of an age to remember the slightly incomprehensible 1978 BBC children's TV series that this books novelises - particularly memorable for Who fans in that it stars Sarah Sutton, a year or so before she became Nyssa, and John Abineri, who was in Doctor Who four times; and the writer of course was Brian Hayles, who wrote the four Ice Warrior stories of Old Who and also The Celestial Toymaker and The Smugglers. He died, aged 47, just before the first episode was shown (and before the book had been published).

The book sticks fairly closely to the TV story as I remember it (from first watching it in 1978 and again in 2010). It suffers a bit from the inevitable traps of novelising a script - basically, the omniscient narrator sometimes comes over as kinda dumb. But it's a decent recreation of a very weird story, which provoked happy memories. ( )
  nwhyte | Sep 16, 2017 |
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Story of a blind girl with psychic links to ancient forces, was a TV series.
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