[PDF/EPUB] De Historia et Veritate Unicornis On the History and Truth of the Unicorn BY Michael Green – Kindle & PDF


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  • De Historia et Veritate Unicornis On the History and Truth of the Unicorn
  • Michael Green
  • English
  • 20 June 2019
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10 thoughts on “De Historia et Veritate Unicornis On the History and Truth of the Unicorn

  1. says:

    I bought this book new back in the early 80's and have read it a few times since then I mostly enjoy the story even if it does seem a bit simplistic to me these days How many times have we seen the device of 'I found this manuscript and translated it in order to share its secrets with the world'? Michael Green uses a variation of this here when he declares that he received a letter telling him he was the most ualified

  2. says:

    An altogether lovely book and the most gorgeous illustrations Imagine if Da Vinci spent an afternoon doing sketches of unicorns That's what mo

  3. says:

    This book is so stunningly awesome that i think i actually believe it

  4. says:

    This book was a gift from some great friends back in my days living in Spain It certainly resembles the magic my friends exhumed and the magic of those daysA beautiful read for all those who know that beyond all our intelligence and logic there's always a semi real fantasy

  5. says:

    The images in this book are stunning The history is well written and believable This book is a must for unicorn lovers and dreamers alike

  6. says:

    If books and therefore words can send you heavenward by being some of your best friends ever like dopey kids drunk on summertime careening through empty lots and woods and waterways; then finding Michael's most mar

  7. says:

    Simply MagicalA must read for all lovers of Unicorn lore

  8. says:

    I'm a book browser by nature and whenever I go into a bookshop I never know what I'm going to come out with This is one of those cases when I was seduced by the cover although mine a paperback is different to the hardcover shown above as it shows a unicorn licking I hope not eating the ear of a sleeping girl who is apparently in a woodIt’s really a fascinating story The author had received a letter “handwritten in an elegant italic scri

  9. says:

    This has very beautiful unicorn sketches and artwork Could have been a four star if it had been longer with information an

  10. says:

    Perhaps we are supposed to grow out of our childhood fantasies but I received this as a gift last Christmas and realized the magic will never leave me Beautiful illustrations; a wonderful gift idea for a unicorn fan

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De Historia et Veritate Unicornis On the History and Truth of the Unicorn

Fictional fifteenth century diary of one Magnalucius who records his first hand obse. The images in this book are stunning The history is well written and believable This book is a must for unicorn lovers and dreamers alike

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On the history and truth of the unicorn An illuminated manuscript setting forth the. I bought this book new back in the early 80 s and have read it a few times since then I mostly enjoy the story even if it does seem a bit simplistic to me these days How many times have we seen the device of I found this manuscript and translated it in order to share its secrets with the world Michael Green uses a variation of this here when he declares that he received a letter telling him he was the most ualified person to share the history and truth of the unicorn with the worldThe book is a charming fantasy about a monk who learns this very history and writes it down illustrating it with delicate drawings that have not lost their appeal for me in the 30 years or so that I have owned the book I looked at some other reviews after I finished reading and I have to agree with nearly everyone the illustrations are the heart of the book The story is okay but the drawings are stunningI did like the imagination shown by some of the details about the unicorn their very favorite places to live are the magical spaces behind waterfalls there are actually seven different types of unicorn some tiny ones that are only visible to children all unicorns have blue eyes and a unicorn never thinks of himself as A Unicorn he knows himself to be a Spirit who tarries as a Unicorn I like that phraseI also liked the idea that a unicorn loves to play in storms because they remind him of the forces that came together to give him life Perhaps that is the real reason the unicorn missed getting aboard Noah s Ark In the old song by The Irish Rovers the unicorns were playing in the storm and Noah couldn t wait for them any longer he closed up the Ark and sailed away And that is why we don t see any unicorns to this very dayhttpswwwyoutubecomwatchvEPsu The Exploration of the Male Anatomy person to share the history and truth of the unicorn with the worldThe book is a charming fantasy about a monk who learns this very history and writes it down illustrating it with delicate drawings that have not lost their appeal for me in the 30 years or so that I have owned the book I looked at some other reviews after I finished reading and I have to agree with nearly everyone the illustrations are the heart of the book The story is okay but the drawings are stunningI did like the imagination shown by some of the details about the unicorn their very favorite Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy: The Inside Story of the Sustainable Development Goals places to live are the magical spaces behind waterfalls there are actually seven different types of unicorn some tiny ones that are only visible to children all unicorns have blue eyes and a unicorn never thinks of himself as A Unicorn he knows himself to be a Spirit who tarries as a Unicorn I like that All Night Long (Nannies, phraseI also liked the idea that a unicorn loves to The Freeze-Frame Revolution playing in the storm and Noah couldn t wait for them any longer he closed up the Ark and sailed away And that is why we don t see any unicorns to this very dayhttpswwwyoutubecomwatchvEPsu

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Rvations of unicorns along with the facts he has learned about their natural history. This has very beautiful unicorn sketches and artwork Could have been a four star if it had been longer with information and artwork The book is supposedly based off a true manuscript about unicorns so the author challenges the readers skepticism about whether or not the notes contained in the book are real or not It is called a facsimile original manuscript for a reason but no less the must read for any unicorn fan


About the Author: Michael Green

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