The Last Unicorn



The Last Unicorn The Last Unicorn Is One Of The Great Fantasy Novels Of The 20th Century Since Its Publication In 1968 It Has Never Been Out Of Print, With 6 Million Plus Copies Sold Around The World, And It Has Been Translated Into Than 20 Languages The Animated Movie, Version Released In 1982, Has Been Seen By Hundreds Of Millions Of People, And After 25 Years Is Still Showing Regularly On Cable And SatelliteIn 2005, Author Peter S Beagle Finally Returned To His Classic Characters Shmendrick The Magician, Molly Grue, King Lir, And The Unicorn Herself In A Coda Story Called Two Hearts Readers Everywhere Were Thrilled, And Two Hearts Went On To Win The Hugo Award For Best Novelette Of The YearThis Deluxe Edition Of The Last Unicorn Brings The Original Classic Tale And Its Extraordinary Sequel Together In One Volume For The First Time

10 thoughts on “The Last Unicorn

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    I shall write a real review but right now I can only think of one way this book could be any better.

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    it s a real shame that as i was giving this book five stars i could hear in my head some of the many people whose opinions i don t ask for going oh, that tara, she s so spacey and mock able ha if they saw it, and then i think, well. let s be sweet anyway so last night my dad and i were watching the jimmy carter documentary and were all oh, he is so awesome then the dvd player started acting up i grabbed another disc and put it in to see where the problem ...

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    I ll get straight to the point on this, read it, read it now The Last Unicorn 1968 is a classic and not without reason.The third person narrative centers on a unicorn who, believing she is the last of her kind in the world, sets off on a journey to discover what has happened to the others She encounters a host of diverse characters as her journey progresses, each of them bringing her closer to her goal Wikipedia I thought I d do this review a b...

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    so i set the mood for rereading The Last Unicorn by putting together a nifty mix of woodstock era classics, heavily featuring the likes of jethro tull canned heat richie havens a lot of early pink floyd i put on my comfy clothes i brewed some tea i picked my sunniest room and my cat sensing my mood snuggled in close however, i did not smoke any weed perhaps this was my mistake nonetheless, the mood was definitely set and the enjoyment swiftly commenced.this is a nice so i set th...

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    We are not always what we seem, and hardly ever what we dreamIn my mind, the movie The Last Unicorn will forever be known as the first and so far only book, movie or TV show to ever give me nightmares I think I saw the film for the first time when I was about 5 or 6 and I remember being completely entranced by it It immediately became one of my favourite movies, despite the fact that I couldn t sleep for a week after seeing it for the first time I never realised it was originally a novelWe are not always what we seem, and hardly ever what we dreamIn my mind, the movie The Last Unicorn will forever be known as the first and so far only book, movie or TV show to ever give me nightmares I think I saw the film ...

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    This Unicorn, along with Ende sNeverending Storyand Zindell sRequiem for Homo Sapiens , has made me what I am.It has been there for me to shine and shiver with its seashell light even in the deepest night It has been there to remind me that great heroes need great sorrows and burdens, otherwise half their greatness goes unnoticed That you can t make real magic by offering up someone else s liver you must tear out your own And not expect to get it back, aye It s been a song and a com This Unicorn, along with Ende sNeverending Storyand Zindell sRequiem for Homo Sapiens , has made me what I am.It has been there for me ...

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    Who has choices need not choose.We must, who have none.We can love but what we lose What is gone is goneThe main problem with mythical beasts is that they are so mythical they become their own cliches Dragons have been their own ultimate victims The same can be said about mermaids, elves, and, of course, unicorns And yet, Mr Beagle, offers us a unicorn that is unlike anything you could expect alluring yet strange, beautiful enough to make you cry but at the same time beautiful so muchWho has choices need not choose.We must, who have none.We can love but what we lose What is gone is goneThe main problem with mythical beasts is that they are so mythical they become their own cliches Dragons have been their own ultimate victims The same can be said about mermaids, elves, and, of course, unicorns And yet, Mr Beagle, offers us a unicorn that is unlike anything you could expect alluring yet strange, beautiful enough to make you cry but at the same time beautiful so much that you will not even think...

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    This is for all the fans of Red Bull Sure, I feel a little haggard after drinking the damn stuff, and it also makes you blind and contributes toward a murderous rage toward all unicorns, but the drink does grow on you It s just a shame that it makes all the little girls cry sigh That being said the novel itself is a rather wonderful and clear and a perfect example of a self aware fairy tale The fact that it stays simple and strong is a testament to its great writing Better than that, howe This is for all the fans of Red Bull Sure, I feel a little haggard after drinking the damn stuff, and it also makes you blind and contributes toward a murderous rage towar...

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    This was one of the first satisfying fantasy reads that I found after The Lord of the Rings I read it when I came home from my first year of college, in 1970 For a long time, I felt like I was the only person who had read this book Then, slowly, slowly, the recognition for it began to grow The movie came out, so wondrously tied to the book and well it should be the author wrote the screenp...

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