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Bad Unicorn (The Bad Unicorn Trilogy)

by Platte F. Clark

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The book is about this kid named Josh and he is playing tag with is brother. While Josh was playing tag he ran into a tree ad got knock out. So then he had a dream about a unicorn that is his best friend. Then they go to a store and buys a game that is bad for him. Next he goes home and plays the game, but the unicorn saw that it was bad and the unicorn goes on a rampage. Josh tries to stop him by asking kindly, but that didn't work. So then he tries to be a super hero to scare him, but the unicorn gets even more mad. So he starts to destroy stores and buildings. Then Josh thing and things. Next he wakes up on the floor from his dream. He brother asks him if he wants to go to the store. Last he says yes so they go to the store and Josh sees a game about a unicorn on a rampage.

I only gave it a three out of five stars because I don't like how they don't say the brother's name and the unicorn's name. Also because I don't like how is says that Josh things and things and then wakes up from his dream. I also didn't like how his family leaves him on the floor when he is knocked out. I like how they have a game exactly like his dream. Another thing is good is that it goes straight into the action. I like how it has strong words in it. Last thing is that it is good for a seventh grader. ( )
  AnhtonyL.B3 | Jun 2, 2016 |
The boys will love it. It is irreverent and inappropriate at times. The characters come to life in the whimsical tale of fantasy meets contemporary realistic fantasy. ( )
  jnmwheels | Apr 3, 2016 |
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IN THE HUMAN REALM, WHERE LIFE WAS SO DREARY MILLIONS OF KIDS tweeted messages like, "eating breakfast," "it's Friday!" and ":(," Max Spencer was riding the bus to Parkside Middle School and reading a book.
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Summary: Max Spencer is an underachiever but when a carnivorous unicorn, Princess the Destroyer, and an evil wizard, Rezormoor, bring him, the only one who can read the legendary Codex of Infinite Knowability, to their magical realm, he must find the courage to save himself, his friends, and the entire human race.… (more)

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