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Go Home, Unicorn is an excellent thriller, in which biology and the occult mix. I found it too frightening to finish late at night. The scene when a disembodied female head of unutterable malignancy, followed by a wisp of ectoplasm, trails down an upper-class Montreal dinner table between the candles is particularly good. And I got very fond of the unicorn who embarrassed the intellectual debutante so much. Unless you are too nervous, certainly read this book.Does the book itself live up to such hype? See my view in my write-up of Donald Macpherson here.