The Black Unicorn - Terry Brooks
This was much of the same like the first book. It was the old "you've chained yourself, you must set yourself free" theme. It was a tedious to have the main character so fucking dense for so much of the book. Other than that, it's the same old same old. So I'm just going to repeat what I said about the first book here:

This was a fun quick read for me. It's a bit obvious where it was going and what was going to happen. It has all the stereotypical fantasy tropes in there and it isn't the best use of them. However, it seems like the book often pokes fun at itself and other fantasy books. It's light and enjoyable, like the fantasy version of a summer read. I liked it but don't expect greatness.