Patty Campbell (review date 2 April 1989)
SOURCE: A review of Taming the Star Runner, in The New York Times Book Review, April 2, 1989, p. 26.
[In the following review, Campbell offers praise for the compelling nature of Taming the Star Runner as well as for the authenticity of its characters, but finds fault with Hinton's use of the horse as a symbol.]
"His boot felt empty without his knife in it," begins S. E. Hinton's fifth novel, Taming the Star Runner. A young hood, desperately tough and desperately vulnerable, is on his...
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