SO HI AND THE WHITE HORSE by Cynon Beaton-Jones

SO HI AND THE WHITE HORSE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Dripoff the Dragon and So Hi, the ingenious Chinese boy of The Adventures of So Hi, rescue a magic white horse in this sequel. The White Horse of Fu belonged to the mandarin Fue Ree, whose domain was threatened by bandits. On the rare occasions when the White Horse stamped his left front foot three times any wish would be granted. Through the carelessness of Bu Tai, the magic horse fell into the hands of the evil bandit E Go. The narrative veers between farce and adventure. Action is predominant. So Hi never seems like a real boy, but more like an animated cartoon to this reviewer.

Pub Date: Oct. 17th, 1957
Publisher: Vanguard