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The Last Unicorn

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 53,018 Ratings and 2,253 Reviews

Book Description
Mass market paperback. "...A story of a quest, the search by the unicorn--immortal, infinitely beautiful--for her lost fellows. She is assisted in her mission by Schmendrick, the Magician, a kind of poor man's Merlin whose devotion to the exquisite creature he follows is exceed only by his mediocrity in magic. A third traveler, fiercely loyal Molly Grue, tries to bring some semblance of order and ... More
Book Information
PublisherBallantine Books
BindingMass Market Paperback (57 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages248
ISBN-100345254848
ISBN-13978-0345254849
Publication Date/1969
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About Peter S. Beagle (Author) : Peter S. Beagle is a published author and a narrator of young adult books. Some of the published credits of Peter S. Beagle include Tamsin (Unabridged), I'm Afraid You've Got Dragons.
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10/4/2008 L. O. said: I loved the animated film, but the book is a must read.
tags: I recommend, I read

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1/10/2007 Tracy O'Daniel

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