This is a very unique perspective on what most see as a sweet, mythological creature, the unicorn. This is a brief book and the start of a new series.
I’ll be honest; this one is tough for me to rate. There is a lot of good – unique story, tragic main character, great back story and some intriguing poetry and dialogue. However, the phrases and flow of the book were inconsistent for me. At times I thought the story had changed time periods as the manner of speak changes, not just in scenes but with the same character.
First book in a potential series can be tricky as you want to pull the reader in but not give them too much. I think the author definitely caught my interest and I believe I would give the next book a try to see if he can continue to keep it.
After the tragic death of his daughter, Jack finds himself with more questions than answers. While reading his daughter’s diary about an imaginary unicorn called Summer, he begins to suspect that the unicorn may not be so imaginary after all. Questioning his own sanity, he soon finds himself on a desperate search to unravel the mystery of the unicorn and find what really happened to his daughter. As answers come to light, he begins to regret what he finds, as mythology meets reality and the truth about unicorns becomes known.