Saturday, 6 September 2014

Review: The Unicorn's Horn by Claire Taylor-Smith


Publisher: Puffin
Format: Paperback / eBook
Released: July 3rd, 2014
Rating: 7/10


Amazon summary:

Hattie B returns to the Kingdom of Bellua where wicked King Ivar has taken the magic from a unicorn's horn! Only Hattie can make the special medicine the unicorn needs - can she find the ingredients before it's too late? 

Review: 

Hattie B is back in The Unicorn's Horn, the second mystical adventure set in the kingdom of Bellua. This time Hattie is called back to Bellua when she learns that King Ivar has stolen the magic from a unicorn's horn. Special medicine is needed, and only Hattie can make it. It's exciting stuff in a thrilling race against time!

Hattie displays even more bravery and initiative in The Unicorn's Horn, making her one of the best fictional young heroines I've come across recently. She'll do anything to help the creatures of Bellua, even risking her own life to ensure their safety. Plus she has a super cool white streak in her hair!

The Unicorn's Horn is just as good as The Dragon's Song, and features all your favourite characters from the first book, including dragon Mith Ickle and naughty little imp Immie. I'm loving this series so far and can't wait to read the rest of the books - they're so much fun and full of fantastic fantasy creatures!

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