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Song of the Wanderer Themes

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As one might suspect for a book with unicorns in the title, magic is the main theme of this book. Magic finds it's way into every corner of this book. At the beginning of the book Cara is in Luster, a magical world full of unicorns, dragons, and other mythical creatures. Cara's arrival in this very world is through a magical occurrence. Her grandmother Ivy Morris, a women with more magical ties than even she knows, gave Cara an amulet. This magical device acts as a key, opening gates between Earth and Luster.

The unicorns are also magical. Along with being mystical creatures, they have powers at their disposal. Their most impressive and useful magical power is that of healing. The unicorns can heal themselves as well as others. The downside to this ability is that it leaves the unicorns drained. Harnessing the magic needed for healing makes...

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