The Revenge (Shadow of the Unicorn 3)

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Born deep in the forest, far from the herd, Damien is kept a dark secret by his parents until his father, Samuel, decides the colt must join the other foals to be initiated. But the unicorns are horrified by Damien’s birth defect. More

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About Suzanne de Montigny

Award winning author, Suzanne de Montigny, wrote her first novella when she was twelve. Years later, she discovered it in an old box in the basement, thus reigniting her love affair with writing. A teacher for twenty years, she enjoys creating fantasy and paranormal for tweens and teens. She lives in Burnaby, B.C., Canada with the four loves of her life – her husband, two boys, and Buddy the dog.

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Review by: penwoman on Sep. 16, 2018 :
Damien, a uninicorn foal, has a happy childhood with his parents until he is introduced to the herd which, in spite of his remarkable abilities, rejects him because of his unusual appearance.“If they had only been kinder – even just a little, he thinks. He clenched his teeth, the crease in his forehead deepening. A tear trickled down his cheek, burning like the sting of a bee.”

In a nearby village, lives Corabelle, a young girl who can communicate with birds and animals. For this ability she is accused of being a witch.
Damien and Corabelle are victims of unjustifiable prejudice and, if unicorns did not fear humans, maybe they could help each other.

I enjoyed this imaginative, well-written children’s novel, which is as interesting as the first two in the series.

Rosemary Morris
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Review by: penwoman on Sep. 16, 2018 :
Damien, a uninicorn foal, has a happy childhood with his parents until he is introduced to the herd which, in spite of his remarkable abilities, rejects him because of his unusual appearance.“If they had only been kinder – even just a little, he thinks. He clenched his teeth, the crease in his forehead deepening. A tear trickled down his cheek, burning like the sting of a bee.”

In a nearby village, lives Corabelle, a young girl who can communicate with birds and animals. For this ability she is accused of being a witch.
Damien and Corabelle are victims of unjustifiable prejudice and, if unicorns did not fear humans, maybe they could help each other.

I enjoyed this imaginative, well-written children’s novel, which is as interesting as the first two in the series.

Rosemary Morris
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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