The Unicorn Crisis #2020

The Unicorn Crisis By Jon Rosenberg The Unicorn Crisis Someone has summoned a Unicorn to a field south of Stratford upon Avon causing David Ash s day to go straight to hell Now he has to confront shotgun wielding drug dealers murderous strangers and psyc
  • Title: The Unicorn Crisis
  • Author: Jon Rosenberg
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  • Page: 151
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  • The Unicorn Crisis By Jon Rosenberg Someone has summoned a Unicorn to a field south of Stratford upon Avon causing David Ash s day to go straight to hell Now he has to confront shotgun wielding drug dealers, murderous strangers and psychotic fairies and all to find out who stole one of Oberon s personal pets He better do it soon, or it will mean an all out conflict between The Fairy Court and The Hidden AcSomeone has summoned a Unicorn to a field south of Stratford upon Avon causing David Ash s day to go straight to hell Now he has to confront shotgun wielding drug dealers, murderous strangers and psychotic fairies and all to find out who stole one of Oberon s personal pets He better do it soon, or it will mean an all out conflict between The Fairy Court and The Hidden Academy Worse, as back up all Ash can muster is a soap opera loving Welsh elf and an American Summoner who doesn t trust him one inch This would be bad enough, but, as the mystery unravels, Ash forms a nagging suspicion that the heart of this problem lies in his own worst nightmare, the one he s been trying to forget for over a decade.
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    1. I enjoyed the story and characters immensely, and devoured the book in two sittings, but was irritated from time to time by slips in proofreading spellcheckers are not always our friend in this matter

    2. Now and again a book comes along that just has everything you need to make time stop while you cuddle up and read to your hearts content This is one of those books It has strong solid characters that are memorable with a lot of depth The author has created villains that you might even feel sorry for and good guys that may annoy you from time to time I loved the use of Shakespearean characters and Fae mythology and must admit that although Puck is a tiny bit psycho he is also extremely funny I ea [...]

    3. Good fun ride from start to finish A solid story with charecters you cared for, I loved the second book and hoping for some It was the perfect train book for my morning trip to work Highly recommed it

    4. I picked up this book as an if you liked this book then you ll also like from after wondering what to read in a similar style to Ben Aaronovitch I was not disappointed It took me a chapter or 2 to get into but after that I could not put it down David Ash is an extremely likeable and unassuming character, determined to amend for his wrong doings of the past and therefore driven by a very clear sense of right and wrong and a powerful belief in the Hidden Academy, an age old institution set up by s [...]

    5. I liked this one a lote main character seemed fairly normal considering, and we weren t made to wait forever to find out what awful deed he had done in his youth pretty hate of mine, having hints dropped for too long.I liked the mixing of magic, fairy and all manner of creatures, along with a bit of humour, mostly supplied by Llewellyn I think who had me reading the first chapter in a suspect Welsh accent.Fun,and quick paced, will be looking out for of these.

    6. I don t normally read fantasy novels, but this had good reviews and I fansied something different It was really good Well imagined and in an area I know well, so I could just picture those Unicorns battling in Stratford Lovely reworking of some SHakespear characters and generally a really good read.

    7. I read this on Kindle whilst waiting for Ben Aaronovich to get his finger out and write stuff about The Folly I thought it had a silly title, but in actual fact the coincept of the story is pretty good.Just one thing Mr Rosenberg, whilst your ideas are excellent, you left plenty of sepllign mitstseaks Please make sure you have a good proofer for your next offering.

    8. A wonderful book, and refreshingly different to many sci Fi Fantasy books I have read Suffice it to say that any book that Jon writes will be on my Kindle as soon after publication as possible Something tells me he is going to be a busy and much read author in the future actually that should be from now into the future.

    9. Excellent first novel in a hopefully long series, if you like the Dresden Files or Felix Castor bookss then you have no excuse not to own this book Excellently written with a plot that steams right through to the finish, and the sequel is even better Jon Rosenberg has been added to my list of authors to regularly check, just to see when the next book is out.

    10. For a 97p eBook this was a real surprise of a read I liked the characters and the plot if you enjoy Ben Aaronovitch s books then this is definitely worth a look.

    11. I rather liked this book, the start of a series I ll have to follow to see if it gets better I like the take on magic and while the idea of a secret society that protects people from harmful magic and its users is a trope in itself these days, that doesn t mean it s boring by any means I love a good urban paranormal mystery and I hope the characters grow with the series, especially the protagonist and his guardian elf.

    12. Cracking entry into a world where the impossible is not just possible, but damn right probable Great characters with definite room for them all to grow as the series continues The story rolls along at an excellent pace which makes a perfect tome to relax and enjoy something a little different than the usual fare out there Not sure what to pick up next then definitely give this a go.

    13. A very entertaining read Unicorns appearing where they are banned, Titania Queen of the Fairies vamping, while our hero, ably assistant by his 1000 year old elf companion and an eighty year old woman who looks 30 tries to restore order to the West Midlands.Fun fantasy I have book 2 on the go already

    14. Good, not ground breakingGood read, interesting characters but nothing that caught me and said I must read the rest of the series I like fantasy and si fi but maybe magic just does not float my boat Might get round the the rest if I have some down time but to many interesting series to be getting on with.

    15. While the characters are kind of derivative from Jim Butcher and Ben Aaronovitch, the event justifies the tribute A good, tough bit of work with enough complexity to keep me guessing without bringing in additional characters and keeping the plot and motives consistent.

    16. I read this on my Kindle it had 4740 screens but not sure how many pages this makes it but would have liked it to continue as was enjoying itis book is written in the first person by a modern 30 year old man living in Stratford upon Avon, UK, who just also happens to be a Summoner.This book, and the series that follows, works on the premise that all fairy and folk or myths and legends are in fact truth All the creatures we talk about from the Indian pantheon of gods, to the Greek gods and oracle [...]

    17. Rosenberg is a hell of a storyteller, and this is a strong first novel He s created a good magic system, even if some elements are unclear and possibly contradictory humans can t do magic all they can do is summon things and beings from our dimension or elsewhere There s an organization dating back to Plato s time, the Hidden Academy, which is Border Patrol than Ministry of Magic its job is to keep Earth for humans and not extradimensional gods or monsters, and to keep summoners from ruling ove [...]

    18. Enjoyable take on modern magic and the world of the Fae just over there, but you can t quite see it The Summoners are the long lived group of self appointed magicians who have taken on the task of seeing that the creatures from the other worlds stay where they belong and don t harm regular, unwitting civilians Ash finds himself embroiled in a conspiracy to take over the Institute of Summoners, while protecting a young woman who doesn t even know she has the power to bring across some very nasty [...]

    19. A little gem found in the cheap ass section of he Kindle store for 99p First in the Hidden Academy series.David Ash is a summoner, the custodian for the West Midlands He is called to get rid of a unicorn that has been inexplicably summoned to a field just south of Stratford Upon Avon Everyone knows that unicorns are a all mad and very dangerous, and b all owned by Oberon, king of the fairies So summoning one to this world can cause all sorts of problems This is especially true when you realise t [...]

    20. Absolutely stunning book I didn t even remember about it, but after reloading my tablet I found it in my kindle app, untouched I thought to give it a try and was instantly hooked It s a fast paced story, full of hints and notes to Shakespeare and Fairy land and all those mythological things one can delve into I loved the style and the characters, who are really well defined and a great mix so that everyone can find his her favourite I also love the take on the unicorns not telling cause of spoi [...]

    21. This is a really good fantasy supernatural, yes it was a bit slow getting off the ground in the first chapter, but by the second chapter it was up and running and I did not like to put it down as it was full of suspense all the way through.Story about a young summoner, I say young because some summoners are 100 s of years old, he is in charge of the West Midlands area and has to make sure that nothing magical comes through the vortex from the land of Fey and other places, as you can imagine this [...]

    22. This was a great fun read The MC is engaging and you identify with him straight away, even though he s clearly been possibly still is a bit of a get A couple of typos but nothing to write home about, lots of face paced action, good characterisation and an interesting and enjoyable premise It is supposed to be fantasy but it s set in the modern day and is like a good thriller Definitely drags you in by the hair and holds you until you get to the end If I could I d give it 4.5 stars but as there [...]

    23. Really enjoyed this book There are a few issues with syntax and punctuation, I think a good proof reader should be able to help fix that The story rollicks along pretty fast, with teasing insights into a world that exists alongside our own Loved all the little bits of fae and mythology that crept in I liked the way it didn t loose momentum, no back tracking required although when you first start reading it s almost like an assumed knowledge of a prior story, gaps which are filled at a later date [...]

    24. All in all this book wasn t that bad the story probably shouldve gotten it a three star review but I dropped it to two be cause there were tons of editing errors and because it basically read like a semi passable Dresden Files fan fiction That said, I will read the sequel because I accidentally bought it and because it is very cheap.

    25. I enjoyed this novel about the Academy a group of people with special summoning powers protecting this world from the nearby mythological worlds of Fairy or the Hindu gods It was exciting and well paced I thought at some points you could tell it was a first novel, it could really have done with being proof read, but I would definitely read another by this author.

    26. David Ash is attacked by a unicorn He tries to track down the person who called it to this world on the way nearly gets killed several times as powerful people want him dead there are moments of peril moments of great humour I loved this books eagerly look forward to reading the 3rd in series

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