Hannah the Witch and the Unicorn

When Hannah finished there was silence in the hall for a moment, and then it erupted into cheering. ... were going to top becoming acquainted with unicorns and dragons, or having adventures with witches like the Witch of Black Mountain, ...

Hannah  the Witch  and the Unicorn

Hannah War-Daughter and Fuzbud, the wizard’s apprentice, once again find themselves on a desperate and dangerous journey, this time to save their Princess Nightshade. No one knows for sure where she is or why she was taken. Faith and determination send them separately far away, searching for almost mythical places and beings. Hannah searches for an evil place known as Black Mountain, and Fuzbud and Saraly, his friend, comb the mountains for a unicorn, hardly daring to believe they even exist any more. Their success or failure will change the fate of their whole kingdom.

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