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A Glory Of Unicorns explained A Glory Of Unicorns, review A Glory Of Unicorns, trailer A Glory Of Unicorns, box office A Glory Of Unicorns, analysis A Glory Of Unicorns, A Glory Of Unicorns f970 Award Winning Author Bruce Coville Believes In Unicorns, And His Mission Is To Make Believers Out Of All Of Us With This Collection Of Stories By Distinguished Fantasy WritersThe Guardian Of Memory Bruce Coville Tearing Down The Unicorns Janni Lee Simner Beyond The Fringe Gregory Maguire Stealing Dreams Ruth O Neill The Dream Child Nancy Varian Berberick The Ugly Unicorn Jessica Amanda Salmonson Story Hour Katherine Coville The Unicorns Of Kabustan Alethea Eason A Song For Croaker Nordge Nancy Varian Berberick And Greg Labarbera The Healing Truth Kathryn Lay Child Of Faerie Gail Kimberly The New Girl Sean Stewart

  • Paperback
  • 198 pages
  • A Glory Of Unicorns
  • Bruce Coville
  • English
  • 08 December 2017
  • 9780439066280

About the Author: Bruce Coville

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10 thoughts on “A Glory Of Unicorns

  1. says:

    Anthology of fantasy stories involving unicorns In spite of a lot of similarities of theme and worldbuilding across these stories, I found this to be a really enjoyable collection.There are strong themes of freedom, sacrifice, and faith throughout the collection Among my favorite stories were Bruce Coville s opening tale, The Guardian of Memory , and Jessica Amanda Salmonson s The Ugly Unicorn , which is the most distinctive story in the book, based on the unicorns of Chinese mythology.I also really liked the lead character in Kathryn Lay s The Healing Truth , which was a sort of reverse version of The Boy Who Cried Wolf The characters in Gail Kimberly s The Child of Faerie and the dialogue in Sean Stewart s The New Girl were some highlights.The theme is pretty consistent, and the tone is hopeful and uplifting, but with undercurrents of tragedy and loss.

  2. says:

    I would rate this collection of short stories as a 3.5 Not quite a 4 for me, but I enjoyed it, so I decided to be nice and opt for the 4 stars as opposed to the 3 stars.I wasn t expecting this collection to be so unique and thought provoking I love unicorns, magic, princesses and all manner of fairy tales I generally like to read light, fluffy stories and when I picked up this book, I thought that was what I was going to get a collection of sweet, wholesome, simple little tales to pass the time But I got so much The collected stories were anything but predictable or expected There was not a rehash of the same tried and true formulas The unicorns in these stories were diverse and different It was refreshing and exciting to see another side I love that while the stories were a bit darker than most unicorn tales, they didn t cross the line to be too edgy There was still very clear and beautiful messages that rang true to these tales It s a great book to keep on hand and casually read through And I am not usually a fan of short stories But this collection was definately for me I would reccomend to any fantasy and or unicorn lovers out there.

  3. says:

    This was alright Got this book long ago when I was into unicorns and Bruce Coville, but never read the book till now Some of the stories I really liked and others I feel were a little dated to me I think if I read this in the 2000s I would have liked it better I have one unicorn anthology by Coville, not expecting much difference, but glad I m finally reading these books Making me remember how much I like unicorns.

  4. says:

    I have no idea how this book ended up in my house I certainly did not buy it, and my parents would not have bought this for me I found this on the shelf and deemed it too ridiculous to read That was when I was around ten When I was sixteen, I was reorganizing my book shelf I was a party animal and came upon this book again I finally read it because I had already gotten back from all my summer camps and I was planning on being bored for the next two weeks until school started.I liked this A lot Especially when the unicorns didn t talk, they were just silent figures of wonder Or when the author managed a plot twist that wasn t based on the goodness of someone s heart but ACTUAL PLOT Those twists were rare, but because of their rarity they stood out Some stories had remarkable differences from the rest of the stories set in China or being a poem but for the most part I grew tired of beautiful blue emerald fill in the blank eyes and glass porcelain golden something fragile but valuable horns, so that part bored me I think I wanted unicorns like warrior animals or characters that had flaws too For the majority of the stories, unicorns were omnipotent higher than you creatures with hearts of gold, going to to the pure, always knowing what was best, majestic in their wisdom blah blah blah.I know that s the kind of unicorn I would ve wanted when I was five, and I think this would be a wonderful complication for someone of that age As for a sixteen year old, it was cute if repetitive.

  5. says:

    The stories are light and not a little fluffy but often had me sniffling Ideal anthology for a very young girl.Two of the twelve were the best of the bunch Beyond the Fringe by Gregory Maguire Soldiers Hah Grandmother has a plan, thanks to once meeting a unicorn.The Ugly Unicorn by Jessica Amanda Salmonson Asian fable of interpretations of unicorns, with decidedly modern character interactions.

  6. says:

    Jessica BroockerdShort StoriesBruce Coville s collection of unicorn based stories are gorgeously written, thought provoking, and not ridiculously fluffy It s not all sunshine and rainbows One blind princess is best friends with the ugly Liu Mu unicorn most stories have a lesson buried in them Beautiful writing, if lacking in description it can be difficult to decipher who is speaking sometimes.

  7. says:

    It s interesting to read different people s encounters with unicorns They re always so unique for each person I believe unicorns tend to favour those with pure hearts often than not, but even unicorn magic isn t always infallible when it comes to detecting what lies in a person s heart You never know what each individual s experience with these sorts of beasts might be.

  8. says:

    I was obsessed with unicorns when I was young I was at the library one day and spotted this book I actually had the softcover version but have no idea what happened to it You grow up Life happens You stop believing in unicorns.I know another little girl obsessed with unicorns and unikitties I thought I would read this one, make sure it is appropriate for an 8 year old, and remember how it felt to believe the magic I think she is going to love this one

  9. says:

    This satisfied a craving for unicorns that I didn t know I had I loved the variety of stories, so many different realities and possibilities Now I wish I could know what happened next in each of those stories

  10. says:

    A Glory of Unicorns by Bruce coville A collection of unicorn based stories I really enjoyed how gorgeous this book was not to heavy with information but lightly written I recommend this book to unicorn lovers and people in elementary schools.

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