Wednesday July 15, 2020

Shamanic adventure has its roots in love, hope and horses

Sceptics may find even the title of Rupert Isaacson’s novel off putting, evoking images of Mowgli in the jungle with his wolf family. But British-born Isaacson’s account of trying to help Rowan, his autistic son, lead a normal life, is a moving tale.

21st March, 2009

The Horse Boy A Father’s Miraculous Journey to Heal His Son>

By Rupert Isaacson

Penguin Viking, €15

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