The Romance Of The Unicorn

The Romance Of The Unicorn In this collection of sf fantasy and myth the Three Fates are down to only One Fate and does She need some help A man eating ogress wins her prince through her fine culinary skills A theater profe

  • Title: The Romance Of The Unicorn
  • Author: Cynthia Joyce Clay
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 267
  • Format: ebook
  • In this collection of sf, fantasy, and myth, the Three Fates are down to only One Fate, and does She need some help A man eating ogress wins her prince through her fine culinary skills A theater professor travels back in time to find Shakespeare was just a spear carrier A singer curses a city of fairies for their murderous xenophobia and geneticists and shamans pool tIn this collection of sf, fantasy, and myth, the Three Fates are down to only One Fate, and does She need some help A man eating ogress wins her prince through her fine culinary skills A theater professor travels back in time to find Shakespeare was just a spear carrier A singer curses a city of fairies for their murderous xenophobia and geneticists and shamans pool their talents to make a demi goddess to save the dying environment.Available in paperback at.

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    1. I got this book for free, in exchange of an honest review, from Making Connections. Get your copy here.What I liked:the myriad of magical creatures we meet-from unicorns & griffins to trolls, goblins & even luminescent fungus-okay the last one isn't magical!that Elayne played by her own rules & didn't need to be rescued.What I didn't like:the book needs some editing"damsels" was the only word used when referring to womenthe characters were seen calling out to a "Goddess" but we're ne [...]


    2. There was a fun with fantasy element that ran through this story. I've never encountered food and a fridge to play such a vital role before so that was quite creative. There were some really interesting characters and moments that I got quite caught up in the story however it wasn't enough for me to merit it more than 2.5 stars.


    3. I won this book in a Giveaway. When it arrived, I was hesitant to start reading because of the poor quality of the cover. The blurry images had me questioning what I would find inside.What I found was an interesting story with some unique characters. Although the pacing seemed slow for the first half, events became more exciting in the second half and the pacing picked up.Elayne is a down-to-earth, get-it-done, kind of woman. When her cat is turned into a troll after drinking a strange broth fo [...]


    4. I won this book through a giveaway. I wish I could agree with the other positive reviews of this book, but I just did not have the same reading experience. The overly formal manner of writing felt stilted and slow. The progression of any sort of action seemed bogged down by unnecessary details and I just could not connect with the story. It is by no means a bad book, just not my cup of tea.


    5. Readers of Ms. Clay’s wonderful collection, “New Myths of the Feminine Divine,” will have already delighted in heroine Elayne and cat Velcro, protagonists of “The Icebox of Vengeance.” I have seldom read a tale as gratifying as this one, and so I am overjoyed to find a novel-length expansion of this story here in “The Romance of the Unicorn,” a fantasy novel in which our heroine Elayne, and her cat-turned-troll (here named “Keen,” enter a magical world unbeknownst to any “nor [...]


    6. I got this through First Reads offer. I felt this was more of a Young Adult fantasy. It had an interesting storyline. It had all the magic, fantasy, princesses and princes that a young lady would love to read about. And a dastardly villian to go with it. With magic carpets, magic potions, unicorns, dragons and griffons. Oh my! It was a bit long for me, but it was a fun read.



    7. *I recieved this book through First Reads*This was a good and interesting book. The part when Keen turned into a mini troll made me laugh.


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