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  • PHANTOM HORSE

    Bonnie Bryant

    Paperback (Skylark, Sept. 1, 1996)
    Pine Hollow's odd new stablehand, Troy, frightens Carole with the idea that her beloved horse, Starlight, is possessed by an evil spirit that appears once every thirteen years, which may explain the animal's troublesome behavior. Original.
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  • Phantom Horse

    Bonnie Bryant

    language (Skylark, March 27, 2013)
    Ever since strange Troy became a stable hand at Pine Hollow, Carole has been creeped out. Troy's scary story about a phantom horse has made her wonder about Starlight. Could her beloved bay horse really be possessed by an evil spirit that appears once every 13 years? He's been acting so strange! Soon Carole's dreams are filled with images of a red-eyed Starlight, snorting, rearing, pawing, and ready to turn on his owner!
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  • Phantom

    Quinn Blackbird

    eBook (, Oct. 26, 2019)
    “This is what you've always wanted.” The Prince’s voice was smoother than velvet sheets gliding over tangled bodies. “You've dreamt about this moment since the day of her betrayal.”“No,” I breathed. “This isn’t what I want—” The Prince’s mouth turned into a frown. He gripped my face so hard that my lips were pushed out, and pain nipped at my jaw. “You dare lie to me?” His voice was all hushed promises of pain and fury. “I have seen your secrets, Valissa. Tasted them in your blood. I have seen what you try so pathetically to lock away, but you can’t hide your true self from me.”Total authority dripped from his fierce gaze. “I am your God.” Valissa’s death toll is on the rise. One—before she was stolen away to the cruel Prince Poison. Seven—under the Prince’s malicious watch. The worst part? Valissa just doesn’t care anymore, not about the lives of those she doesn’t know when her own life is falling apart all around her.Ava’s not speaking to her. Jasper pushes her in training to the point of exhaustion. And though Valissa does everything he wants, the Prince grows distant. Valissa finds the closest thing to a friend in the mysteriously dark stranger who haunts her in the stardust palace. Damianos; a God or aniel she most definitely knows better than to trust. In the Land of Gods, is it really ‘better the devil you know’? And what about when the devil you don’t know is just so damn intoxicating?What’s worse than being the prisoner of a God?Abandoning all hopes of freedom.FOR PAPERBACKS, SEE THE BOX SETS.Gods and Monsters will be six books that are novella-length.1. Prince Poison2. Captive3. Phantom4. Syfoner5. Gods6. Monsters
  • Phantom Horse 1: Phantom Horse

    Christine Pullein-Thompson, Eric Rowe, Jennifer Bell

    language (Award Publications Limited, Feb. 5, 2012)
    I gazed in wonder at the view. Suddenly I saw something moving below us. It was a horse, riderless and alone. He moved beautifully and with tremendous grace. It was a wild palomino.After Jean's family moves to America, her life is soon changed forever when she encounters the wild horse, Phantom.
  • Phantom Horse

    Christine Pullein-Thompson

    Hardcover (Award Publications, July 1, 1997)
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  • Phantom horse

    Christine Pullein-Thompson

    Hardcover (Armada, March 15, 1978)
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  • Phantom Horse

    Christine Pullein-Thompson

    Paperback (Ravette Publishing Ltd, Nov. 30, 1989)
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  • Phantom Horse

    Christine Pullein-Thompson

    Paperback (Armada, March 15, 1969)
    I gazed in wonder at the view. Suddenly I saw something moving at great speed below us. It was a horse galloping riderless and alone. He moved beautifully and with tremendous grace. His tail streamed behind him like a pennant. He looked like something out of another world. It was the wild Palomino...
  • Phantom Horse 2: Phantom Horse Comes Home

    Christine Pullein-Thompson, Eric Rowe, Jennifer Bell

    language (Award Publications Limited, Feb. 5, 2012)
    “I’m not going to leave without Phantom! I refuse to leave!”When Jean learns that her family is soon to move back to England, all she can think about is Phantom, the wild palomino horse she has tamed. Will she have to leave him behind?
  • Phantom Horse

    Bonnie Bryant

    Paperback (Bantam Juvenile, May 1, 1997)
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  • The Phantom Horses

    E.S. Townsend, Anthony Walton

    eBook (Swain and Nephew, Oct. 3, 2014)
    A story for 8-11 year-old readers.William Powers is awakened in the middle of the night by a rather familiar sound.His curiosity is aroused, and he decides to investigate.When, the next morning at school, he tries to describe his experience during the night before to his school 'gang', they laugh in disbelief.Later, however, still haunted by his 'dream', William and his friends turn up some rather strange signs which might support his story.And there was the curious state of the slippers.........They all soon come face to face with the prospect of a mystical journey, unaware that they will leave behind a puzzled and stricken village to search for the truth.
  • Phantom

    Leo Hunt

    eBook (Orchard Books, Aug. 9, 2018)
    Tech in her veins. Anarchy in her blood.In the City, they have it all - sunlight, a corp job, a corpbloc home miles above the poisoned earth below.Four-hundred storeys down, in the darkness of the undercity slums, lives sixteen-year-old orphan Nova.Nova is a hacker. Aided by the program Phantom, she can sneak up to the City, leech what she needs and sink back down again, invisible as a ghost.But Nova has caught someone's eye, and that's Phantom-creator and legendary anti-corp hacker the Moth. Now the Moth has a job for Nova. A job that will send her miles into the sky. To bring the City crashing down.***An explosive futuristic fantasy from the author of Thirteen Days of Midnight, shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Award.