FINALIST in the 2015 IAN Book of the Year Awards Kirkus raves its appealing protagonist and high personal stakes provide an excellent read for young fantasy fans.Andy discovers than he bargained for when his parents reveal his moms past and he realizes she will die when he breaks the curse unless he intervenes Twelve year old Andy returns to Oomaldee to find its citizens on edge after many have been turned into vulture people Against this background, Andy and his company embark upon the next quest, to retrieve the horn of a unicorn But not long into it, a seductive voice calls to Andy, tempting him to surrender the next ingredient in exchange for a promise to preserve his mom Will he be able to stop the transformation of Oomaldees citizens Will he jeopardize his ability to end the curse to save Mom A long lasting story that is part of one of my favorite series Erik Weibel, This Kid Reviews Books Blog Erik is 13 Sometimes, I just let the 5 star rating speak for itself I can add nothing Wayne Walker, Home School Book Review Andy Smithson will take on any problem that comes his way The scenes and dialog in this book come alive on the page I felt Andys emotions and victories, and I was with him for his pain and recovery This is an amazing adventure that I have been impatiently waiting to read since book two Rena Marthaler, Rena Writes Rena is 10 If You Love Harry Potter series by J K Rowling The Hobbit or Lord of the Rings by J R R Tolkien Chronicles of Narnia by C S Lewis Fablehaven series by Brandon Mull or Percy Jackson by Rick RiordanThe Andy Smithson fantasy books set in the medieval times of King Arthur include Blast of the Dragons Fury, Book One Venom of the Serpents Cunning, Book Two Disgrace of the Unicorns Honor, Book Three Resurrection of the Phoenixs Grace, Book FourVision of the Griffins Heart Wisdom of the Centaurs Reason, Book Six Coming Winter 2016 Yet unnamed book seven...
|Title||:||Disgrace of the Unicorn's Honor (Andy Smithson Book 3)|
|Publisher||:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform 1 edition September 23, 2014|
|Number of Pages||:||252 pages|
|File Size||:||869 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Disgrace of the Unicorn's Honor (Andy Smithson Book 3) Reviews
I enjoyed this one as much as the previous ones. I look forward to the culmination of these ideas and am looking forward to how Andy continues to develop and grow. It has become more and more complex as the books have progressed and as the characters have also become more complex. Lots of life lessons, conscience, natural consequences and very little punishment. A very good combination of adventure, humor, suspense, and results.
I hated waiting so long for the next in the series, after being able to read all of it's predecessors in quick succession. But I t was worth the wait. New adventures, more wisdom to be gained, and another (mostly) satisfying ending. The only thing not satisfying is that I have to wait again to find out why the actions at the end of this book happened & how they all tie into the next story. Lovely read. Can't wait for the next one!
Whoah! What a twist! And I am happy that Hannah came with them this time, it was rather awesome! What I don't like is how the evil dragon (I don't know how to spell it) was so easily defeated, again! I would recommend this for anyone!
This is an absolutely wonderfully fantastic continuation of the Andy Smithson series of books. The author paints such clear word pictures that the reader can "see" what's taking place. A great read for pre-teens and weaves important life lessons within the pages as the characters deal with ethical/moral dilemmas. An easy read and captures the reader right from the start. I would highly recommend this for any pre-teen. If the person likes Harry Potter books, they'll love these books.
Another great adventure to find a Unicorns horn. Learning how love and friends fight against evil when you work together. Another great book you will enjoy.
Enjoyed the book and the charecters!
This is one of those books that helps to move the whole story along, although it doesn't really add any new information. Kind of an in-betweener, you might say. Still a good book, all in all.
Very good read.