Book Reviews of E Pluribus Unicorn

E Pluribus Unicorn
E Pluribus Unicorn
Author: Theodore Sturgeon
ISBN-13: 9780671831493
ISBN-10: 0671831496
Publication Date: 10/2/1979
Pages: 211
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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A book of short stories both fantasy and sci-fi. Very interesting read, I admit I could not put it down... though some of the stories are quite different.

"You are about to enter fantastic worlds beyond your wildest imaginings - wolds of mystery and monsters, terror and ethereal love, sudden death and miraculous life, jet-propelled shivers and humor.

On this incredible, awesome journey you will meet:
.A strange, yet exquisitely beautiful and profoundly wise, race of.... what?
.A blood sucking teddy bear which bestows on a four-year-old a terrifying memory of the future.
.Bianca, a deformed imbecile whose hands, hauntingly beautiful and with a consciousness of their own, drive a man mad with love and desire and ultimately fulfill a gruesome wish.
Young Leo, who learns that his entire existence has been dreamed by someone else.
.Virgins and unicorns who contest the meaning of truth."