The series of books about the horse girl Tess now comes to an end and now Tess must find out who her real friends are.
“I nod resolutely and twine my fingers into her mane. A few metres from the fence, Sally starts into a gallop by herself and then just hops over the fence. It is as easy as pie. I am just bubbling over with joy, like a bottle of raspberry soda that has been shaken.”
Friends, that is what other people have. There is Majsan of course. But she isn’t the friend that Tess would have chosen if she had been able to choose. Because as long as she was mates with Majsan, nobody else wanted to be mates with her, but at the same time Tess can’t betray the only friend she has.
And Jonathan. Is he a friend or an enemy?
Luckily Tess has her own horse, Sally, the very best in the world. And it is to Sally she turns when school and school mates and Jonathan get to be too much hassle.
This is the third and final book in the series about Tess.