Photo 16 Aug 1 note The Pet (1986)
by Charles L. Grant

In the small town of Ashford, N.J., young Don Boyd contends with more  than his share of problems and pressures: the high school jocks who are  bullying him, the girls he doesn’t know how to talk to, the breakup of  his parents’ marriage, and the fact that because his father is the  principal of his school the teachers involved in a labor dispute are  taking it out on Don. Add one homicidal maniac, dubbed the Howler, who’s  already killed and mutilated several teenagers in New York. Don  responds to his fears and desires by summoning up a powerful if ghostly  stallion from one of his wall posters. The horse makes Don a hero by  dispatching the Howler, but then it prowls the neighborhood, killing  Don’s tormentors and threatening his friends. - from Amazon.com

The Pet (1986)

by Charles L. Grant

In the small town of Ashford, N.J., young Don Boyd contends with more than his share of problems and pressures: the high school jocks who are bullying him, the girls he doesn’t know how to talk to, the breakup of his parents’ marriage, and the fact that because his father is the principal of his school the teachers involved in a labor dispute are taking it out on Don. Add one homicidal maniac, dubbed the Howler, who’s already killed and mutilated several teenagers in New York. Don responds to his fears and desires by summoning up a powerful if ghostly stallion from one of his wall posters. The horse makes Don a hero by dispatching the Howler, but then it prowls the neighborhood, killing Don’s tormentors and threatening his friends. - from Amazon.com

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