Publish date: August 25th 2009
Pages no: 402
Edition language: English
Series: Killer Unicorns (#1)
I had to adjust my expectations a bit, as I thought this book took place in a more "typical" medieval-like fantasy setting. So it's more "urban fantasy" than straight-up fantasy (despite the unicorns and the medeival sword on the cover), which is not my favorite fantasy genre -- but this book held m...
Hmm, this sounds really good and seems to have gotten some good reviews. Then this pulled me up short:"But when one of the monsters attacks her boyfriend—thereby ruining any chance of him taking her to the prom—Astrid finds herself headed to Rome to train as a unicorn hunter at the ancient cloister...
I really liked this book! In the beginning it was slow reading but things really take off soon enough. Once you understand the history involved it becomes easily believeable - something I never expected out of a book involving killer unicorns. I easily recommened this book!
I have looked at this at the library a few times, but was hesitant, because I'm not a big fan of unicorns, I'd much rather read about zombies.Have read For Darkness Shows the Stars, though, I decided to give this a try, and I'm glad I did. I really enjoyed it, although I'm still not sure about kille...
There may be spoilers in this. I'm not sure yet.This. Book. Was. Friggin'. Amazing. Rather than interact with my family on Thanksgiving Day [I dislike people, so it worked], I read this book. I can't say how much I enjoyed it. With Bonegrinder the friendly zhi, and the whole "virgin" thing which fit...