“Into the Dark allowed me to jump right into the third book of an incredible trilogy. Having grown up with an affinity towards horses, I found myself relating to the main character; I also gained a greater appreciation for these incredible animals, and the roles that they have played in helping mankind evolve.”
~ Paige Lovitt, 2016 Reader Views Literary Awards
“Book III of The Legend of the Great Horse concludes John Royce’s sweeping historical fantasy about horses and horsemanship with a display of equine fireworks that made it well worth the wait. The ending was satisfying on both a philosophical and emotional level.” ~ EA Lovitt (Starmoth) | Amazon Hall of Fame Reviewer
“As our journey with Meagan comes to a very unanticipated end, the story continues to capture the imagination and emotions as well, if not better than the first two books. The story is swarming with revelations, history, action and (finally) a bit of romance. We even get a glimpse into a very unappealing and suppressed possible future.” ~ Allie Sumner
Something About a Horse (Texas, USA — 1861)
“Nice teeth ... for a parrot.”
The Birthright of Eagles (New York, USA — 1919)
... the horse uncoiled and lifted, and the gallop was not a gallop anymore but a bolt and she was shooting through a tunnel of wind
A Pale Horse (Poland — 1940)
Her thoughts flashed to another battlefield, another time ... the chariots were coming...
To Fly Without Wings (Mexico — 1968)
The stadium erupted in cheers when the pony trotted out before the crowd.
Meagan found herself growing angry; no one seemed to know how to care for the animal properly.