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Editorial Reviews

This is book four of an enchanting series about unicorns, amulets, dragons, and other fantastic creatures, which began with Into the Land of the Unicorns. When the tree that shelters Luster and is also the heart of the world is hurt, the unicorns must fight for their lives. Bruce Coville is both author and main narrator, and he's perfect for the job. As always, the Full Cast family is splendid at enhancing this multilayered story with countless characters. Along with the ambiguities that accompany battles of good versus evil, there are quotes from Sun Tzu's Art of War and surprising humor. Since the story is lengthy and abounds with details, audio is the perfect format.
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Publisher's Summary

In the center of Luster towers an enormous tree that is the Heart of the World. Now the tree is wounded, pierced by a tunnel that connects it to Earth. Through that tunnel strides Beloved, the ancient enemy of the unicorns, followed by an army of Hunters eager to destroy every last unicorn.
At the center of this great struggle is the human girl, Cara Diana Hunter, who sets out with her friend, the gryphon Medafil, to ask a dragon to aid the unicorns. As she travels, Cara meets not only the dragon but a mysterious stranger who may hold the key to Luster's secrets.
As the threads of destiny weave about her, Cara will discover at last the truth about the unicorns - a truth that brings hard choices for everyone she loves as this magnificent, multistranded saga thunders to its astonishing conclusion.
Read by Bruce Coville and the Full Cast family.
©2010 Bruce Coville (P)2010 Full Cast Audio
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By Gina Marstan on 09-24-16

Surprising Conclusion

Would you listen to The Last Hunt again? Why?

Yes and No. Yes because I love this series and no because when you get into the "nineties chapters" it plays each chapter twice. You have to use the skip option to get to the next chapter.

What did you like best about this story?

This is not a short book. Let me just start by saying that it will take you a while to get through this book. What I liked about it though is that it didn't just give you a "The End" ending. Each of the characters were given their own chapters and this conclusion that some of us have been waiting years to read came to an epic conclusion that was well thought out and very well written by the author.

What does Bruce Coville bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Bruce Coville's audio books of The Unicorn Chronicles brings every character to life by giving them their own voice. Unlike a dramatized version, his unabridged versions actually follow along with the books while still having an entire cast re-in-acting the beautiful and wondrous world that is Luster, the land of the unicorns.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

There were some moments that gave me the jaw dropping feeling. Other times I laughed and I even cried at the end.

Any additional comments?

The only thing that I would change is the doubling of the nineties chapters. It gives the audio book 2 hours of extra reading that it really doesn't need. This should be changed and an updated version should be sent to everyone who has purchased and downloaded this audiobook.

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By Seth on 06-07-17

Underappreciated Wonder

I absolutely adore this entire series. It does a masterful job of taking you on a winding journey through every type of emotion. If you are the type to yell at a tv when a character you like does something foolish or is in danger then you will certainly do that with this series. It actually suprises me that this series is not as widely known. i believe that is the expectation that a story about unicorns can only be dull and full of butterflies and rays of sunshine. While there are good moments, terrifying and gruesome moments exist too.

I believe these books should be as popular as the wizarding books that people all over the world know and love. I have read them and can say that these books contain just as much complex character compositon and rich character development.

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