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Five Unicorn Flush

(Space Unicorn #2)

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Only one woman with a magical parasite can unite the galaxy, in the mind-blowing SF sequel to Space Unicorn Blues

The Bala, magical creatures, have hidden themselves from cruel and destructive humanity, leaving the galaxy in shambles. Without unicorn-powered faster-than-light travel, mankind is scattered, starving and isolated across the stars. Cowboy Jim has the sole survi
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Paperback, 400 pages
Expected publication: May 28th 2019 by Angry Robot
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    MissBecka
    This book picks up 6 weeks after Space Unicorn Blues ends and has all the same sass, adventure and fun as the first book!
    I am now fully committed to reading anything T.J. Berry decides to write...
    And I'm hoping with the way this ended she decides to write more in this series.

    Thank you NetGalley and Angry Robot for this ARC.
    Kristen
    Apr 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
    Full review is here on my blog!~

    Ahhhh man this book was fun!

    Following the events of the last book, the Bala (magical creatures, everything from centaurs to sirens to dryads) have been moved to their new planet, far far away from humanity, who have spent years harvesting them for magical parts.

    Jenny Perata is aboard her bright yellow racing striped ship, the Stagecoach Mary, and is determined to find her wife Kaila, a dryad, no matter how long it’ll take. Without the requisite unicorn horn to pow
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    Tansy Roberts
    Apr 12, 2019 rated it really liked it
    This is a really fun space opera with a dark, thoughtful and deeply political vein running all the way through it. A daredevil wheelchair using space captain, an elderly bisexual necromancer pretending to be a quarter of his age, a whole bunch of humans trying to sabotage their own fleet so they don't commit genocide, and a royal family of grumpy, grumpy unicorns.

    Honestly, it's very hard to describe this book without sounding completely unhinged. Read it for yourself!

    PS: I didn't read the first
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    Elizabeth
    Apr 03, 2019 rated it really liked it
    TJ Berry returns to fine form with Five Unicorn Flush, the sequel to the much beloved Space Unicorn Blues.

    Having been sent with the rest of the magical Bala to a far-off planet, ostensibly safe from humans, Gary the half-unicorn is contending with mounting problems. Humanity had spent decades enslaving the Bala, even harvesting them for their body parts... but the new planet doesn't have television. Stranded with the tech they've become used to, the Bala are murmuring about revolt- there are no
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    TJ Berry has been a political blogger, bakery owner, and spent a disastrous two weeks working in a razor blade factory. She now writes science fiction, fantasy, and horror from Seattle with considerably fewer on-the-job injuries. Her fiction has appeared in Pseudopod and PodCastle. She’s on Twitter @TJaneBerry.

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