It's been five years since the lights went out, cars stopped in the streets, and magical creatures began roaming Earth. Pete Garey survived the Change, trusting no one but himself until the day he met Ariel - a unicorn who brought new meaning and adventure to his life.
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magical vulgar(humor) adventure
tone and timing of jokes
a couple but to each his own. Though the end is slightly tragic, even though without it, the sequel could never have been.
I read Elegy Beach a while ago, the sequel, knowing nothing of Ariel. I loved it. It didn't really hint that it was a sequel but maybe if I'd already read Ariel I may have caught something of the sort. When I hit the about the author bit afterword or paid attention to the "from the author of Ariel" on the cover I decided to put it on my list of books to get to. I should have put it right to the top. It's a great story, though sometimes predictable. But usually surprising and almost always hilarious. Get this book and you want to listen to it again. If you're the type, you might even want a paper copy too.
High Hopes, A Letdown
Ending was both predictable and unfortunate.
Yes, with hesitation. Interesting concept, world and people. But never gives any answers and the ending is hard to take.
It has one I think.