I need to start being more selective with what I pick up at the library. This little book had some good reviews (but then, don't all book covers have glowing reviews?) and I recognized the author. It's a fable, of sorts, about a unicorn that comes to the farm of an isolated, older man to have her colt. The man befriends the unicorn at the same time he opens up to being a friend of a young woman who brings his mail.
The author wrote one of my favorite books, A Fine and Private Place back in the 1960's. It's a story of unresolved love in the afterlife. This book has none of the charm or magic power of his earlier one for me. Not recommended.
Published: 2017 Read: July 2017 Genre: Fiction (fantasy)