‘I had to learn to believe in myself.’
What a lovely line to end the narrative – but this is deeply representative of the trials we all face – in any situation.
I loved this story of Blue – saviour of the unicorns – but without metal or magic – or any belief in himself – the task he is destined to undertake since birth, seems hopeless.
This is a lovely tale of triumph over adversity, of the not so perfect stallion finding his courage in a sea of hostility.
It is written so beautifully, with exquisite drops of brilliance that you find in all classic fantasy fairytales, I can really see this as a Pixar animation.
Get the book in print for your fantasy library collection.