The Black Unicorn - Mirwouk and Flynt and Discovery Summary & Analysis

Terry Brooks
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Mirwouk and Flynt and Discovery Summary

Willow sees Sterling Silver in the distance. She thinks of how her dreams, instincts and visions are leading her. She also thinks about the dream she had about Ben the previous night. In the dream, the black unicorn was being hunted and it was afraid and beckoning Willow to help it.

Willow is just a few miles of Mirwouk now. This is when Willow sees the black unicorn. While Willow thinks and knows she needs to use the bridle to capture the unicorn, some power holds Willow back from making a move to capture the unicorn. It is reminiscent of the dream she had. As quickly as the unicorn appeared, it disappears. Willow questions if she really saw it or if it was just a vision.

She searches for the unicorn for the rest of...

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