The Reality, Mythology, and Fantasies of Unicorns
by W. B. J. Williams
The Reality, Mythology, and Fantasies of Unicorns is a non-fiction compilation of research into the history behind the belief in unicorns around the world. The author holds advanced degrees in anthropology and archeology, and uses those skills to delve through history for single-horned creatures that gave life to tales of unicorns. It’s an impressive endeavor. The book is filled with references, descriptions, and images. The Reality, Mythology, and Fantasies of Unicorns is well written, with touches of whimsy that lighten what could otherwise have been a heavily scientific tome. I think it will appeal to a wide range readers.
Check out the author’s fantasy novel, The Garden at the Roof of the World, also by Dragonwell Publishing: