If Wishes Were Horses: A Memoir of Equine Obsession, By Susanna Forrest - Reviews - Books - The Independent

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If Wishes Were Horses

Lucy Popescu reviews Susanna Forrest's memoir in The Independent:

As a child it never occurred to me that my horsey existence might be the envy of pony-mad girls across the country. My late mother, Christine Pullein-Thompson, was the author of more than 100 children's books, mostly about horses. For pony-less children, such as Susanna Forrest, the Pullein-Thompson sisters and other writers such as Patricia Leitch, Monica Dickens and Ruby Ferguson, allowed them to indulge fantasies of owning and caring for a horse through their books.


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