Friday, January 2, 2015

Friday Memes: The Unicorn Hunter by Che Golden

Happy Friday everybody!!
Book Beginnings on Friday is now hosted by Rose City Reader. The Friday 56 is hosted at Freda's Voice. Check out the links above for the rules and for the posts of the participants each week. Don’t dig for your favorite book, the coolest, the most intellectual. Use the CLOSEST.

This week I am spotlighting The Unicorn Hunter by Che Golden. I got this eARC for review from Edelweiss. I didn't realize that it was a sequel when I chose it. Here is the description from Amazon:
"Gripping, mystical and adventurous, young readers will be as hooked as Maddy was the minute she set foot inside that creepy as hell old castle," raved Irish World said of The Feral Child.

Maddy's adventures continue in The Unicorn Hunter. The adults of Blarney have always lived in fear. The faeries of Tir na nOg exist on their doorstep, and they could unleash terror on the mortal realm at any time.

But eleven-year-old Maddy is not afraid. The unicorn that holds the key to balance and peace in both worlds is injured, and Maddy knows she is the only one who can track down whoever hurt her.

Can Maddy survive the force and cunning of the Tuatha, who rule Tir na nOg? Or will she end up a mere pawn in their own power games?

Readers will enjoy the frank and bold heroine of Maddy, and will be dazzled by The Unicorn Hunter's evocative rendering of Irish folklore and richly imagined alternate worlds.
As soon as the dart hit the mare's shoulder, the world solidified around the stallion.
Friday 56:
WHO must track it, WHO must bring it to bay? And is that 'who' you? 

Maddy ground her teeth. 'I know the answer to that question,' she said. 'It's not going to be me. Not this time. I've done enough.'


  1. This sounds excellent - it is going on my tbr. Both the first and the second of the series!

    Here's my Friday 56.

  2. I love the title of this one and the cover is lovely.

  3. I've seen so many books that feature fairies and unicorns, but I'll admit I've never read one. I should give the fantasy genre a try, shouldn't I? This sounds like a good story.
    Sandy @ TEXAS TWANG

  4. This sounds interesting! I love the idea of a retelling of Irish folklore. Enjoy and thanks for sharing!

  5. ENJOY...I am not familiar with this book. Pretty cover.

    Happy New Year!!

    Silver's Reviews
    My Book Beginnings

  6. You had me at Unicorn. :-)
    Happy weekend!

  7. I have seen this book before and anything with a unicorn captures me. Happy reading.
    sherry @ fundinmental Friday Memes


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