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The Unicorn Throne (The Four Kingdoms)…

The Unicorn Throne (The Four Kingdoms) (Volume 2)

by Chrys Cymri

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I really enjoyed this book. It was a good sequel and a good finish to the story. I did not see it going that way, they were brought together by dragons or were they? It involves betrayal, forgiveness, and knowing who you should stand by in the end.

I mean come on, who can't like a story that brings humans, dragons, and unicorns into a war??

I received this book in exchange for an honest review. ( )
  katieperryrogers | Jan 23, 2016 |
This is an excellent follow up and conclusion to part one of the series, [[ASIN:1516916441 The Dragon Throne: Volume 1 (The Four Kingdoms)]]. I love the development of all the characters, though there are some absolutely heartbreaking developments in the story.

Fianna and the Prancer (unicorn) must continue their journeys to save the land, but it's time to face their own demons. Deian is taken away on his own quest, and in so doing puts himself in the most dangerous position of all. Love is had and lost, wounds are opened and healed, and the story is left to a fulfilling, but perfectly open-ended ending, leaving the mind to create new and wonderful endings to the stories of these characters.

The author is excellent at foreshadowing, giving the reader just enough to wonder and dread, but not so much as to spell everything out. There is a beautiful blend of fantasy and sci-fi, which elevates the story from expected to stunning. As with the other, this book comes highly recommended. You won't be disappointed! ( )
  AngeLeya | Jan 2, 2016 |
borrowed from friend enjoyed!! :) ( )
  jennifferhope | Dec 14, 2015 |
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