Llewellyn's Little Book of Unicorns - ARC Review - The Butterfly Reader

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Llewellyn's Little Book of Unicorns - ARC Review

Embrace the magic of unicorns and find your sparkle with this extraordinary book on rediscovering wonder and happiness. From the historical and modern significance of unicorns to the two types of encounters you can have with them, Llewellyn's Little Book of Unicorns is packed with ways to find inspiration, heightened creativity, and the source of your joy and purpose.

Llewellyn's Little Book of Unicorns features a variety of methods to connect with unicorn energy, including crystals, dreams, chakras, your passions and personal quirks, and the unicorn-like people in your life. Discover what makes you shine from the inside-out, even in the face of difficult life challenges. Through engaging exercises and spiritual techniques, this fun, practical book helps you live your most amazing life.



Book Breakdown 

I love Unicorns. Like I really love them. I've got plushies, stickers, knick knacks and much more. So when I saw this book on NetGalley, I just had to ask for it. I was expecting this book to be much different than it was. I was thinking it would be more along the lines of the book Unicorns The Myths, Legends, & Lore by Skye Alexander with history, cultural differences, you know, that kind of stuff but this was more about using the Unicorn as a type of magic... like imagination, finding beauty in things, and it even talks about the chakras. 

It's a very informative little book, well written and it's small enough that you could take it on the go. I just feel a bit... mislead? Again, not a bad book, it's great! I loved the exercise with the zipper for your third eye! That's going to come in handy for me fore sure! 

I just felt like this book was going to be something much different. If you go into this knowing what you're getting, you'll love it. Simple as that.

4 comments:

  1. I like unicorns too. I have a bunch of statues and pictures hanging in my apartment.

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  2. It is a hard but good thing when one has preconceptions about a book but can see beyond them to what is good in the book.

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