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THIS IS THE BOOK I WAS BORN TO READ! I loved every beautiful moment, word, image, and character. The writing is lavish, the imagery intense. The writer uses archaic words to great effect, creating a universe that feels foreign but familiar, new but also ancient. This story brings the world of the unicorns to life. They are graceful moondancers and bearded warriors who have been kicked out of their homeland by cunning wyverns. Intelligent pans, aggressive gryphons, and renegade unicorns also surr
In short, this book took my breath away. All horse lovers, Guardian Herd fans, lovers of mythical creatures and fantasy novels should read this trilogy! I’m on #2 now, Dark Moon and it’s just as gripping and exciting (I’m on chapter 6)
This was the first true fantasy story I ever read as a youngster. It was what led me to other authors, like McCaffrey, and my continued descent into UF and the entire paranormal genre.
I still have the original mass market paperback that I bought from the school’s book club.
And yet… I never even knew there were sequels to it.
I think one of the things I liked about Pierce’s writing, and this book in particular, the most — was the worldbuilding. The way she took a nonhuman sentient species and
I don’t remember how this book ended up in my hands but I do remember the condition it was in, missing cover with pages torn and corners bent. I found a sleeve of plastic and gently wrapped it up, deciding the best place to store it was nestled in the stuffed animal net hanging above the top right-hand corner of my bed. High and out of reach for a younger sister that couldn’t keep her grubby paws off of anything I owned and especially treasured.
I adored this book from the second I laid eyes on i