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The Black Unicorn - Community Reviews back

by Terry Brooks
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Turn The Page
Turn The Page rated it 4 years ago
Entertaining read, and a solid follow-up to the start of this series. I think the characters are well developed in this series and am looking forward to the next in this series.
A Man With A Spooky Agenda
A Man With A Spooky Agenda rated it 5 years ago
'Magic Kingdom for Sale - Sold!' ended with Ben Holiday in possession of his magic powers of kingliness and how he defeated/banished/subdued the main antagonists towards his rule. There was a lot about the kingdom left unsaid, particularly concerning the people that sold it to him in the first place...
Wandering through fiction
Wandering through fiction rated it 5 years ago
Not sure whether it's just because this is a re-read or whether it was this obvious the first time, but I wasn't too impressed with the twist.
Inkspot Fancy
Inkspot Fancy rated it 6 years ago
Let's start with this bit of advice for aspiring authors - if you're going to borrow several concepts without much change from someone else's story, don't namedrop that other book unless you're doing a parody of some sort. There's a couple reasons for that. First being it just looks sort of lazy o...
charlton
charlton rated it 6 years ago
I really liked this book,and thought it was as good if not better than Magic Kingdom For Sale-Sold.More story-lines going on at the same time and just a touch of intrigue.
The Layaway Dragon
The Layaway Dragon rated it 8 years ago
This was much of the same like the first book. It was the old "you've chained yourself, you must set yourself free" theme. It was a tedious to have the main character so fucking dense for so much of the book. Other than that, it's the same old same old. So I'm just going to repeat what I said about ...
The Nrrdling (Aryn)
The Nrrdling (Aryn) rated it 8 years ago
The King of Landover has had his identity stolen by an evil wizard! Everyone believes the wizard to be Ben Holiday, the King, and Ben Holiday appears to them as a stranger. He is cast out of his castle by his friends. Thus begins a journey searching for the woman, Willow, who in turn is on a jour...
Confessions of a Bibliophile
Confessions of a Bibliophile rated it 9 years ago
As with the first book, I had a really hard time getting into the story. It wasn’t until halfway through the book that I started getting invested in Ben’s new challenge—revealing Meeks for what he is—and the story behind the black unicorn. I would have also liked to have seen more of the changes to ...
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