Unicorn Mountain

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Arbor House, 1988 - Fiction - 367 pages
A beautifully mysterious and vulnerable species of unicorns is revealed bringing together four people in a test of courage and humanity against the pain of the outside world. A realistic work dealing with some of today's most basic and controversial conflicts.

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A fantasy book set in the real world. The premise is familiar to anyone who reads modern mundane fiction. Get a bunch of people with issues, put them together, have them chat a lot. So not much action ... Read full review

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When Bo Gavin returns to his cousin Libby's Colorado ranch to die, he joins a self-exiled Ute Indian and his estranged daughter in a desperate quest to save a herd of dying unicorns, visitors from ... Read full review


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