The Grey Horse

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The Grey Horse is a 1987 novel by R. A. MacAvoy.

When Henry Raftery, horse-trainer of Connemara, brings home a grey stallion he met wandering the hills, he finds he has let himself in for much that he did not expect.

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Tropes used in The Grey Horse include:

  • Our Fairies Are Different: The Grey Horse takes its cue from Irish legends.
  • Translator Microbes: The hero of The Grey Horse can magically understand and speak any language as long as he has his feet on the ground (paved roads and houses with proper floors don't count as on the ground).

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