Teen, YA or Older Reader Unicorn Book Feature -The Blue Unicorn’s Journey To Osm Illustrated Book

Teen, YA or Older Reader Unicorn Book Feature – The Blue Unicorn’s Journey To Osm Illustrated Book by Sybrina Durant

A unicorn fairytale from the unicorn’s point of view.

“Durant’s story is slyly whimsical as she builds up the world of Marbryn, a world where there are many wonders, but also threats to the existence of Blue’s tribe.” – Jack Magnus From Reader’s Favorite.

“The Blue Unicorn…reads like old time fairy tales…where life and death choices are made…” – From Fundinmental As The Eyes See It Blog

“The gentle reminders of the importance of acceptance and maintaining a sense of self worth are artfully woven into this fun adventure tale.” – From The Reading Addict Blog.

This YA unicorn book is perfect for fans of science fiction/fantasy books like Dragonriders of Pern by Anne McCaffrey and The Xanth Series by Piers Anthony or illustrated fantasies like Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll and The Wizard of Oz series of books by L. Frank Baum. Mix in some Brother’s Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale themes and you’re good to enter this enchanting world of the metal horn unicorn tribe.

Everybody loves unicorns! OK maybe they don’t but for those who do, they will love this story about a little unicorn who was born into a tribe of magical, metal horned unicorns. The little guy has no magic and he has no metal but somehow he must save the tribe from an evil sorcerer. Read this book for teens and older readers to find out if he can do it.

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This chapter style illustrated unicorn book is a collector’s dream containing page after page of lavish artwork. There are nearly 100 pages of story text by Sybrina Durant and the same number of pages of magnificent water-color artwork by Dasguptarts. This book, written by Sybrina Durant and illustrated by Dasguptarts, offers readers a visual feast of over forty beautiful water-color pictures that each span two pages. Forty-two – easy to digest two-page chapters are chock full of adventurous and entertaining morsels. This illustrated book will become a favorite of teen, ya and older fantasy readers.  A companion coloring/ character description book is also available at any online bookstore.

Get it at Amazon.

A Couple of Reviews To Help You Choose

Amazon Reviewer

Kindle Customer5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2018 Verified Purchase There are really three aspects I considered while reading this book. How did it read to me, an adult fan of fantasy and genre fiction in general. The answer to that was surprising. I found it be very engaging and compelling. I read it through first alone to make sure my grand-kids were of age and going to enjoy the story. I was actually glad to have done that because I was totally gripped and devoured it rather quickly.

For the second read with the children, it went just as well. They were gripped by the fast paced with just right amount of concern for the unicorn and his tribe. They didn’t get fidgety or call out for tablets as they often do when their minds wonder. In face they asked if there was more to read. So that’s an all win. The themes were deep and yet easy for them process.

The third thing I wanted to touch on was the art. The watercolors are simply stunning and add something to the book that takes it a step above just text.

It’s easy to recommend this to fantasy fans of all ages.

GoodReads Reviewer

May 24, 2020I.M. Redwright rated it it was amazing

An enjoyable read about unicorns, centering on a quest to save their tribe.The story of The Blue Unicorn’s Journey not only is highly original but also carries a powerful message.

I found myself staring at each of the illustrations for a while, they are so beautiful and well detailed that I I lost track of time admiring them.

I also enjoyed the extra info at the ending of the book, such as how to pronounce the names of each unicorn or the anatomical guide, such a complete book.

Loved it.

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