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Song of the Wanderer (Unicorn Chronicles, #2)

One unicorn dwells on Earth.
Hundreds fight in Luster.
Their legends are recorded in
The Unicorn Chronicles.

Book II: Song of the Wanderer
Cara must return to Earth to save her grandmother, the Wanderer. But to do so, Cara must first travel through the wilderness of Luster, land of the unicorns, full of unknown creatures and perilous adventure around every bend in the road. Onl

Book II: Song of the Wanderer
Cara must return to Earth to save her grandmother, the Wanderer. But to do so, Cara must first travel through the wilderness of Luster, land of the unicorns, full of unknown creatures and perilous adventure around every bend in the road. Only at the back of the dragon Ebillan’s cave will she find the gate that can return her to Earth.
Embarking on the journey of her life, Cara will face vicious terrain, delver attacks, and a surly dragon. Beyond all this looms one more danger: Beloved, Cara’s infamous ancestor, who has dedicated a lifetime to ridding the earth of unicorns. Is Cara strong enough to resist Beloved’s ruthless magic and trickery? Can she bear betraying her own blood?
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    Mark

    Its about Unicorns. For Heaven’s sake, what is there not to like?

    However, to elucidate further. This is the second volume of the Trilogy of ‘The Unicorn Chronicles’ and during the course of this book new characters are encountered which enrich the whole narrative. Whether these be Unicorns or other creatures, they are filled out in detail and the personalities of each one are fleshed out. As a result, new comrades and new enemies for Cara, the heroine, are introduced. My personal favourite being

    However, to elucidate further. This is the second volume of the Trilogy of ‘The Unicorn Chronicles’ and during the course of this book new characters are encountered which enrich the whole narrative. Whether these be Unicorns or other creatures, they are filled out in detail and the personalities of each one are fleshed out. As a result, new comrades and new enemies for Cara, the heroine, are introduced. My personal favourite being Medafil, the wonderfully grouchy Gryphon prone to satisfed purring if enticed enough.
    (Just to digress for one moment….having been involved in a minor skirmish over the incomprehensible loathing of cats by certain folk who shall remain nameless…but you know who you are, as does the Gryphon….Medafil is a great advertisment for the wondrous arrogance of the cat, even if he is, I grant you, rather a mythological composite). If you read my review for the first volume you may recall my dubious opinion of the disneyesque Squijum. I have to say this lessened somewhat in this volume, he was not quite so annoying, nor quite so grating but then again he did not feature quite so much.

    This book was more detailed in the sense that Coville gradually began unfurling the story like some great colourful tapestry. He has a great knack of keeping the narrative moving and introducing all sorts of new elements and uncovering new details without overloading the story. The characters, in the main, have personalities which ring true, they also remain faithful to their histories. By that I mean Coville refrains from changing their behaviour to suit the plot development. If readers are surprised it will be because of a new revelation in the life or past of the character not because the character his/herself is acting inconsistently. (This is a pet hate of mine in any novel but especially in young people’s books).

    We encounter, at some length, the two matriarchs of the opposing forces. Arabella Skydancer, the Unicorn Queen and Beloved, the Head of the Hunters and therefore the arch-foe of the Unicorns. The explanation for Beloved is seen more clearly as

    ‘my heart throbbed in constant agony from the piece of horn that lances and heals it with every breath i take’.

    Beloved’s father had gone in search of unicorns to kill them but one, finding the wounded Beloved, comes to heal her; this involved the animal piercing the wound with his horn and in this way, after initial agony, the wounded is healed and the unicorn, for a time, weakened. Tragically, the father returns at just that moment of pain and hears the cry of his daughter and sees what appears an attack. In the ensuing fight the two warriors are killed and the unicorn’s horn is snapped in the very midst of its healing action at the balance, as it were, of the agony and ecstasy.
    Coville’s skill in centring so much of the story around this tragic misunderstanding, long gone in the mists of history, is to set the whole turmoil of hate and bloodshed in the context of pointlessness, all so unnecessary.

    There are some real tour de force in terms of imaginative invention. The Rainbow prison, where the light by which worlds are connected becomes splintered and broken into shafts, is ingeniously simple and fascinating as a result. The fact that there is always one unicorn hidden in the world, called ‘The Guardian of Memory’, its vocation to ‘keep alive the memory of what we were, and what was lost when we left’, appealed to my sense of enchantment and beauty in the world. It reminded me of that quote from Tolkien where he said that to believe in winged horses is not to belittle ordinary ones but rather to ennoble them.

    At one point in this lovely book the characters are crossing an enormous underground cavern through which cascades and flows an enormous river that glows and shines deep crimson. Cara asks why it glows and a dwarf who happens to be with them because it is that sort of story, begins to try to find rational explanations for it…which was a piece of delicious tongue-in-cheek poking fun on the part of Coville which i found really endearing. One of the earthbound humans theorizes ‘It could be magic’. The dwarf, Richard Dawkinslike in his dismissive lack of imagination, declares’ Possible, though if it is, I don’t see the point in it’

    The human responds with a sentiment that i for one would wear with pride on any t shirt you chose to buy me

    ‘Do all wonders need to have a purpose?’

    This is a great second volume; imaginative, exciting, challenging and well written. I would certainly very happily recommend it to any young readers
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    Diane

    Apr 03, 2010

    rated it
    it was amazing

     · 
    review of another edition

    Alright, alright, I’ll admit it. I’m in my freshman year of high school and I still believe in unicorns. A lot of that is thanks to Bruce Coville. I adored this book as a young girl, and have ever since. It made me want to believe in unicorns and magic worlds in a way that nothing else did.

    I read this book before I read Into the Land of the Unicorns, so the fact that I prefer this one may be a little skewed. Looking back on both, though, I really do think this is the better book; the first is lo

    I read this book before I read Into the Land of the Unicorns, so the fact that I prefer this one may be a little skewed. Looking back on both, though, I really do think this is the better book; the first is lovely, but things really pick up here. There are heartbreaking scenes and exciting scenes and scenes that even now make me sit on the edge of my seat. Through it all, the writing and the world of Luster remain consistently beautiful, and the characters are fun and, for the most part, believeable.

    I really want to get my hands on the next book. I spent years convinced that it was never going to come out, because he took so long, and was thrilled to see that it was on the shelves. My parents made me wait to buy it, but it’s on the way in the mail right now and I can’t wait.
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    Ashley (TheNerdyBookmark)

    I remember being OBSESSED with this book when I was younger. I’d bring this book everywhere with me. I still own it and if you could see the condition it’s in, there’s no questioning that this book was my baby. It looks brand new.

    I can’t wait to reread this along with the rest of the books and see what kind of feelings it’ll respark ^_^