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Tiger Honor: Thousand Worlds, Book 2

By Michael Berry, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Teen Tiger defends his feline uncle in engaging space opera.

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Space opera doesn't have to be all battle scenes, as this talky but engaging mid-trilogy volume proves. In cadet-in-trading Sebin, author Yoon Ha Lee creates a main character who's a bit of a fussy know-it-all but becomes more likable as the story picks up momentum. Lee's depiction of Korean myth is lively and imaginative, especially when Sebin and his crewmates shapeshift into tigers, foxes, and ghosts. Fantasy trilogies often sag in their middle volumes, but Tiger Honor stays engrossing from beginning to end.

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