[PDF / Epub] ☂ The Last Unicorn (The Last Unicorn, #1) By Peter S. Beagle – Furosemidelasix.info

The Last Unicorn (The Last Unicorn, #1) She Was Magical, Beautiful Beyond Belief And Completely AloneThe Unicorn Had Lived Since Before Memory In A Forest Where Death Could Touch Nothing Maidens Who Caught A Glimpse Of Her Glory Were Blessed By Enchantment They Would Never Forget But Outside Her Wondrous Realm, Dark Whispers And Rumours Carried A Message She Could Not Ignore Unicorns Are Gone From The World Aided By A Bumbling Magician And An Indomitable Spinster, She Set Out To Learn The Truth But She Feared Even Her Immortal Wisdom Meant Nothing In A World Where A Mad King S Curse And Terror Incarnate Lived Only To Stalk The Last Unicorn To Her Doom


About the Author: Peter S. Beagle

Peter Soyer Beagle born April 20, 1939 is an American fantasist and author of novels, nonfiction, and screenplays He is also a talented guitarist and folk singer He wrote his first novel, A Fine and Private Place , when he was only 19 years old Today he is best known as the author of The Last Unicorn, which routinely polls as one of the top ten fantasy novels of all time, and at least two of Peter Soyer Beagle born April 20, 1939 is an American fantasist and author of novels, nonfiction, and screenplays He is also a talented guitarist and folk singer He wrote his first novel, A Fine and Private Place , when he was only 19 years old Today he is best known as the author of The Last Unicorn, which routinely polls as one of the top ten fantasy novels of all time, and at least two of his other books A Fine and Private Place and I See By My Outfit are considered modern classics



10 thoughts on “The Last Unicorn (The Last Unicorn, #1)

  1. says:

    I shall write a real review but right now I can only think of one way this book could be any better.


  2. says:

    it s a real shame that as i was giving this book five stars i could hear in my head some of the many people whose opinions i don t ask for going oh, that tara, she s so spacey and mock able ha if they saw it, and then i think, well. let s be sweet anyway so last night my dad and i were watching the ji


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    I ll get straight to the point on this, read it, read it now The Last Unicorn 1968 is a classic and not without reason.The third person narrative centers on a unicorn who, believing she is the last of her kind in the world, sets off on a journey to discover what has happened to the others She encounters a host of diver


  5. says:

    so i set the mood for rereading The Last Unicorn by putting together a nifty mix of woodstock era classics, heavily featuring the likes of jethro tull canned heat richie havens a lot of early pink floyd i put on my comfy clothes i brewed some tea i picked my sunniest room and my cat sensing my mood snuggled in close however, i


  6. says:

    We are not always what we seem, and hardly ever what we dreamIn my mind, the movie The Last Unicorn will forever be known as the first and so far only book, movie or TV show to ever give me nightmares I think I saw the film for the first time when I was about 5 or 6 and I remember being completely entranced by it It immediately became o


  7. says:

    This Unicorn, along with Ende sNeverending Storyand Zindell sRequiem for Homo Sapiens , has made me what I am.It has been there for me to shine and shiver with its seashell light even in the deepest night It has been there to remind me that great heroes need great sorrows and burdens, otherwise half their greatness goes unnoticed That you can t


  8. says:

    Who has choices need not choose.We must, who have none.We can love but what we lose What is gone is goneThe main problem with mythical beasts is that they are so mythical they become their own cliches Dragons have been their own ultimate victims The same can be said about mermaids, elves, and, of course, unicorns And yet, Mr Beagle, offers us a unicorn t


  9. says:

    This is for all the fans of Red Bull Sure, I feel a little haggard after drinking the damn stuff, and it also makes you blind and contributes toward a murderous rage toward all unicorns, but the drink does grow on you It s just a shame that it makes all the little girls cry sigh That being said the novel itself is a rather wonderful and clear and a perfect exampl


  10. says:

    This was one of the first satisfying fantasy reads that I found after The Lord of the Rings I read it when I came home from my first year of college, in 1970 For a long time, I felt like I was the only person who had read this book Then, slowly, slowly, the recognition for it began to grow The movie came out, so wondrously tied to the book and well it should be the author


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