Reviewed by Will P (age 10)
My favorite part of this book is when Shasta finds out Bree can talk. This talking horse helps the humans quite a bit. He is a very intelligent horse.
Shasta is a character who changes a lot because at first he is a farm boy, then he becomes a warrior and fights in a great battle. Shasta becomes a leader. (If you want to find out who Shasta is, read the book!)
Aravis is odd character because she would rather kill herself than marry a crotchety old man. She runs away to avoid this.
I enjoyed the pictures in this book, because they show exactly what is happening in detail.
This is a good book, and I think everybody would like this book, because it has action, suspense and some humor. I reccomend it to all readers!