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Fox Snare: Thousand Worlds, Book 3

By Michael Berry, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Tigers, foxes, and ghosts in smart, suspenseful space opera.

Fox Snare book cover: A teen girl with long black hair and tan skin in a blue full body suit rides a tiger through a jungle

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It's good to see diplomacy in action, and this smart space opera avoids violence while maintaining suspense. Yoon Ha Lee ends his Thousand Worlds trilogy on a high note in Fox Snare. The alternating perspectives between Min and Sebin are deftly handled, with only a small amount of confusion of who's driviing the narrative. Though the setting couldn't be less relatable -- cadets on a space station -- watching Min and Sebin navigate their friendship after having gone their separate ways will resonate with many readers. Clever in this and many other ways, and endlessly engaging, this is a fine wrap-up to an ambitious series.

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