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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2012

    Great for Young Adults

    Unicorn Witches: The Vengeance of the Godhe by Derek White

    Great for Young Adults

    This book picks up seven years after Unicorn Witch. The Refuge World Council Meeting is coming up in a few days, Aristo, the Godhe guest of honor, has disappeared on him way back from Europe and all communication with European cities, and duty unicorns have stopped.
    Merlin and his group know this is not a coincidence and something is wrong. They discover a way to communicate with some of the annexed unicorns and discover that Krast is back and smarter.

    The same great characters are in this book as well as many new ones. You will meet all the children and foals talked about in the end of the first book and a few new arrivals. One of note is Lace/Melanie. She is the reason I say for young adults and not teens. She brings in some interesting moral questions.

    With all the new characters, Mr. White puts in a small table of some of the people and unicorns. This was in creditable helpful. I wish he would put in a character index as I had to stop and look up who/what some of the characters. The plot was exciting. I know the villain but the villain is smarter so the confrontations are new. As I said there are interesting moral questions and we see how New Salem is doing after equality of gender is addressed in Unicorn Witch.

    This book was a quick read that kept me interested and intrigued. This was my second book by Derek White. This book raised questions that demand a third book so I am looking forward to the third book in this trilogy. You need to read Unicorn Witch to fully understand and appreciate this book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted October 5, 2012

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