Unicorn mountain

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Arbor House Publishing Company, 1988 - Fiction - 367 pages
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Unicorns roam the uplands of Libby Quarrels' mountain ranch. When Libby takes the AIDS-afflicted Bo Gavin out of exile in Atlanta to live with her in Colorado, she sees no connection between his disease and the fantastic secret she guards. But it so happens the unicorns suffer from a plague of their own, and the alternate world that touches the high country has unleashed magic sinister as well as marvelous. While Libby's Indian ranch hand Sam is stalked by his wife's headless ghost, his estranged daughter has visions that propel her toward the grueling Sun Dance ritual, where an encounter with the spirit world may decide the fate of both the unicorns and the people whose lives they've touched.

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User Review  - Gloria (censored by Goodreads) - Goodreads

I read a lot of, uh, interesting books as a kid. Having jumped straight from Dr. Seuss to "grown up" books, without a stop in what would be called YA today I ended up reading things that might have ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jazmin - Goodreads

Bizarre. Complicated. And definitely the most unique unicorn story I've ever read. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
21
Section 3
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MICHAEL BISHOP lives in Wichita, KS with his wife Cindy. His books have been seen on Mtv, in newspapers nationwide, and celebrated highly on the Internet. Critics are hailing him as the Next Generation of Horror after his explosive debut into the literary world. Setting the industry on fire with a new style of twisted imagery and savage story lines. He is now working on the "Raven's Secrets", his next work of maniacal mischief.

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