The Young Unicorns
The Austins are trying to settle into their new life in New York City, but their once close-knit family is pulling away from each other. Their father spends long hours alone in his study working on the research project that brought the family to the city. John is away at college. Rob is making friends with people in the neighborhood: newspaper vendors, dog walkers, even the local rabbi. Suzy is blossoming into a vivacious young woman. And Vicky has become closer to Emily Gregory, a blind and brilliant young musician, than to her sister Suzy.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - satyridae - LibraryThing
My L'Engle reviews seem to have a theme: complaining noises followed by assertions why said complaints are meaningless in view of the whole, and a reference to love as the universal solvent. This book ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - tjsjohanna - LibraryThing
Ms. L'Engle tells this story from multiple view points, rather than just Vicky's view, which is where most of the other novels are told from. There is also a bit of intrigue and mystery in this novel ... Read full review