The Red Unicorn

The Red Unicorn

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The enchanting, magical sequel to The Black Unicorn and The Gold Unicorn! After several years traveling, Tanaquil -- a sorceress like her mother with the ability to mend -- returns home only to discover that her true love has been betrothed to her sister, Empress Lizra. Broken-hearted and jealous of her sister's happiness, Tanaquil is lured by a red unicorn into a mirror world where she encounters Tanakil, a diabolical version of herself. She discovers also several new powers. Powers she will need to foil Tanakil's sinister plot of revenge.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback
  • 124 x 192 x 16mm | 140.62g
  • St Martin's Press
  • Tor Books
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0765345684
  • 9780765345684

About Tanith Lee

Tanith Lee has published over fifty novels and story collections in the fantasy, science fiction and horror fields. She has won several World Fantasy Awards and the August Derleth Award. She lives near Brighton, England.
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"Lavish, whimsical dreamscapes reminiscent of Lewis Carroll. Lee's charming exuberance is everywhere in evidence, no more so than in Tanaquil's familiar, a wonderfully comic, cavorting beasty." --"Publishers Weekly" "Lee's language is lyrical and her setting is fantastical. Tanaquil is a good role model for any young girl struggling with love, relationships or parents." "The San Diego Union-Tribune" "Lavish, whimsical dreamscapes reminiscent of Lewis Carroll. Lee's charming exuberance is everywhere in evidence, no more so than in Tanaquil's familiar, a wonderfully comic, cavorting beasty." -"Publishers Weekly" "Lee's language is lyrical and her setting is fantastical. Tanaquil is a good role model for any young girl struggling with love, relationships or parents." "The San Diego Union-Tribune" " Lavish, whimsical dreamscapes reminiscent of Lewis Carroll. Lee's charming exuberance is everywhere in evidence, no more so than in Tanaquil's familiar, a wonderfully comic, cavorting beasty." -- "Publishers Weekly" " Lee's language is lyrical and her setting is fantastical. Tanaquil is a good role model for any young girl struggling with love, relationships or parents." "The San Diego Union-Tribune"
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1,493 ratings
3.82 out of 5 stars
5 30% (449)
4 33% (491)
3 29% (426)
2 6% (97)
1 2% (30)
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