An ancient feud and a race for power… who will have the final victory? And what of the unicorns… which destiny will they be keeping?
Can the mighty unicorns conquer the arch enemy who has stalked them throughout time? And can the brave, loyal band safeguard the hidden secret waiting within the walls of an ageless icon? If so, what will be the price to pay for doing so?
In this powerful, touching and thought-provoking book, the fate of each character unwinds to reveal the gripping destiny of Rielle and the company of captivating characters that have become entangled in her adventure!
Deby Adair is an Australian writer, author, artist and illustrator. She has written and illustrated since she was a young girl where she won awards and accolades, gaining significant recognition for her writing. However, it was many years later before she began writing for publication. She believes that everyone has a right to enjoy the wonderful and lifetime benefits of literacy and spreads the word where possible, such as during her school tour in the Australian 2012 National Year of Reading and book club or guest presentations. where she is a vibrant, engaging and informed speaker.
She loves all animals and believes we must take care of our natural world. Deby is writing more books and creating more artwork. Watch out for new books in the much-loved and acclaimed, 'The Unicorns of Wish' book series. She is a Friend of: www.love2read.org.au
Sometimes, the creatures in myth and legend are as real as if we could see them with our own eyes.
But it seems there's always a hunter who steals their glory and power ....
The Third Wish: Dream's Honour
Soon it happened. The wait was neither long nor hard before a pure white unicorn, with shy, soft steps, made herself known. Her breathtaking golden horn shone brightly as her gossamer mane and tail flowed in all their glory to the ground. With innocent eyes open and wide, the unicorn spoke like this: ‘With your once kind heart now turned cold, would you sell your soul and kill virtue, for gold? You are not a maiden, so I offer you a chance: withdraw, send the warrior away and save yourself while you can.’