The Question and Answer section for Indian Horse is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Saul gets up very early in the morning to paractice before his chores so nobody sees him.
Saul puts newspaper in his skates to make them fit better.
Saul uses horse "turds" as pucks.
Wagamese's narrative links the soul of nature with the soul of Saul and his family. It is at God's Lake where Saul experiences a spiritual awakening at such a young age. He hears the trees whisper his name; he feels the mist in his bones; he hears...
She wanted the family to go to God's Lake. She wanted to return to their family roots. She wanted to go somewhere where the white-man could not steal their children.