1. What were the main themes of the book? How well did the author execute these themes?
All themes are not shown at the beginning which makes this an interesting read. Readers are introduced to changes that play a major part in the story. Then the author introduces dishonesty and voracity.
2. Describe 2 different settings or locations.
One of my favourites is Azaria moving around without sound. He is actually showing the unicorns what he learned from Darius. How to move like the wind, be one with his shadow, and being one with their surrounds.
This one is sad - Darius seeing all the unicorns moving up the mountain wondering and wanting to go with them. He tells himself that it is better to let them leave while he goes off by himself.
3. Were you able to connect with the main character and why?
The main character Azaria easily grabs the reader’s attention. He is strong, likeable, and always tries to do what is right.
4. Which did you find more appealing, the introduction or the conclusion?
I prefer the conclusion. It ended with the changes I expected. However sad, with the unicorns & Darius going separate ways. Learning that change is the only thing anyone can count on.
5. Why would you recommend or not recommend this book?
This book is great for anyone. It shows how voracity, change and dishonesty effects everyone. To this reader, the author is showing that although change is inedible it happens no matter what.