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I find the the idea of killer unicorns both ironic and hilarious. While there seems to be an overabundance of virgin/non-virgin text and subtext to this tale, Peterfreund's... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ro Major
This is the way most urban fantasies for teenagers go:
1. Girl falls in love with boy. One of them is probably a vampire...or a werewolf.
2. There are problems. Read more
16-year-old Astrid thinks her mother is nuts for constantly going on about killer unicorns, until one attacks and nearly kills her boyfriend in the woods. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sarah
Well written. Fascinating. Inventive. Well rounded characters. Moral dilemmas. Fast paced. Young characters but suitable for all fantasy lovers. EnjoyPublished 7 months ago by Shirley Simovich
So... A book about giant killer unicorns and the virgin teenage girls that slay them? Cool! Or so you would think.
Honestly I started off with this book not liking it. Read more
While some young adult books transfer over quite well to adult readers (I am overall a fan of the young adult fantasy genre - some of the most innovative fantasy writing happens in... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Idoart
When I first heard about this book, I had no idea that is was set in the present day, but it
was definitely the type of book I needed as a pick-me-up from the mid-semester... Read more
I am a grown-up who reads lots of YA fantasy because I enjoy the clear writing and creative stories. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
I read about 50 pages of this book and skimmed some of the rest before I decided I had enough. The main character is a bratty, stereotypical teenage girl with no morals. Read morePublished 15 months ago by icerose87