Phantom Stallion

by Terri Farley
Series: Phantom Stallion #1
224 pages, General Fiction
Reviewed by Narnia Freak

Really good book for horse lovers, but missing high morals.


It has been two years since Sam's terrible head injury that sent her away from her Nevada home and to San Francisco for treatment. For two years she has been gone from her family; Blackie the stallion has also been missing since that fateful day. Then one night a horse comes to her: is it Blackie, or is it the legendary stallion known as the Phantom, or is it both?


A man pretends to be nice but really isn't; Sam sneaks out of the house when she isn't supposed to.

Spiritual Content

None that I can recall.


A horse hurts Sam sometimes, though unintentionally, and there are references to Sam's past accident. Nothing graphic is described.

Drug and Alcohol Content

None that I can recall.

Sexual Content

None that I can recall.

Crude or Profane Language or Content

None that I can recall.


This is a really good book if the reader loves horses, and as a fan of horses it is an easy book to relate to. The characters are fun and the information on horses is accurate; the tale itself is told well, though for readers younger than teens.

Fun Score: 4.5
Values Score: 3.5
Written for Age: 8-10

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