Journey To Osm – The Blue Unicorn’s Tale Reader Review by Amy R.

  Journey To Osm – The Blue Unicorn’s Tale

 Reader Review by Amy Raines

Journey To Osm: The Blue Unicorn’s Tale by Sybrina Durant is the story of a unicorn named Blue in the land of MarByrn, born without a metal horn on his head like the others. Living as an outcast because of his metal-less horn and no real magic, Blue learns to sneak away from the tribe to train and learn how to fight in the night. Knowing he would never possess the magic the Oracle had envisioned he would, Blue hopes to at least be able to help defend the tribe against the Magh, a cruel evil sorcerer that keeps the unicorns from roaming too far from their home… until Blue ventures to the Muzika Woods, a place no other unicorns had visited in a very long time. Blue is informed that his coming to the Muzika Woods had been a prophecy given to the inhabitants by the Moon-Star Spirit and that the prophecy was about to be fulfilled. Will this knowledge give Blue the courage to face the problems that are soon to come? Will the prophecy finally free the tribe of the fear instilled by the dreaded Magh? Could this unicorn with no metal on his horn truly be the savior the tribe has been told would be born to them?Journey To Osm: The Blue Unicorn’s Tale is a very well thought out story with a plot full of excitement as Blue learns to fight and attempts to live up to a prophecy handed down long before his birth. The characters are fun, interesting and very entertaining with their magical ways and their courageous pride as the story unfolds in an age-old battle. I loved Journey To Osm because it also sends a message to the reader to never give up, even if the odds are stacked against you. The cover art and illustrations by Dasguptarts are beautifully designed and suit the story well. I look forward to more stories like Journey to Osm by Sybrina Durant and recommend this five star story to anyone that loves a trip into the mystical world as much as I do.

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