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I'm not even kidding, it was Every. I think I ended reading it more asleep than awake at the end. It's probably just the fact that I had so many expectations, one of them being that the story was gonna 2.
It's probably just the fact that I had so many expectations, one of them being that the story was gonna start in space, and when it did not it became slow and boring.
I had understood that the whole thing would take place in space from the very beginning, but it didn't. We start in Jinju and had to see the journey to actually get to space, which dragged more than I would have liked.
I was pointed, though, that the fact that it took a while to get to space is probably very realistic, all things considered.
Then there's also the fact that I had already some little knowledge of fox's spirits and all that. I know, I know, everyone understands them differently and represents them differently and all that, and I liked the way Lee represented them, but it just somewhat clashed with the idea and concept I already had, which didn't help matters.
I think that character growth was some very fine work. Min matures and learns more about who she really is and what that means and how to balance that with the rules she's supposed to live with.
She started annoying me so much and ended getting a little of respect out of me. There weren't many other characters to grow to.
I honestly don't think any other character change during the length of the book. The ensemble of supportive characters completed their purposes but did little more.
Then there's also the fact that the plot twists were obvious and easy to see. I don't think I was surprised by any of the events that transpired throughout the book.
Were they supposed to be that easy to guess? I supposed the pacing was fine. We didn't get stuck in one place too long and we were always finding something new.
Even though it probably wasn't. The story is good as are the characters, but I couldn't connect with it as much as I wanted to and the writing the style didn't help me to get more involved with the book.
It just wasn't a book for me. Or, well, the author was not the right fit for me, because I do think the book is better than what I felt it.
A bit of a let down to be honest. Yes, the cover influenced me a lot, but the premise is really interesting as well. Ever since reading Aru Shah and the End of Time I've gained more confidence in the works from Riordan Presents and, therefore, I think that giving this book an opportunity is only fair.
I'm still nervous though. View all 6 comments. May 13, April Aprilius Maximus rated it liked it Shelves: Apr 30, Amy Risner rated it really liked it Shelves: books , dragons-and-tea Aug 16, Nicole N.
A Myriad of Books marked it as to-read Shelves: releases. My people! Someone hold me. Feb 01, Lindsay rated it really liked it Shelves: science-fiction , fantasy , middles-grade.
The "Rick Riordan presents" imprint focuses on writers of different cultural backgrounds doing for their traditions what Riordan did for the Greek myths.
In this one Yoon Ha Lee explores his Korean traditions with a space opera setting The Thousand Worlds that includes dragons, goblins, tiger and fox spirits and ghosts and starships that rely on things like good fortune and gi flows.
Kim Min is a year old fox spirit living on a poor badly-terraformed colony world with her family. Fox spirits The "Rick Riordan presents" imprint focuses on writers of different cultural backgrounds doing for their traditions what Riordan did for the Greek myths.
Fox spirits can change shape into anyone and anything and they have the power to cloud the mind, but they're also thought to be largely extinct.
One day an investigator comes to the Kim home with the news that Min's brother Jun has deserted from the Space Forces, apparently in an attempt to recover the lost Dragon Pearl, a magical jewel that can terraform whole planets.
When the investigator aggressively focuses on Min, Min escapes him and sets off in search of both her brother and the Dragon Pearl.
This is lots of fun with an extremely matter-of-fact acceptance of the reality of all the Korean mythological elements to the level of them being necessary for the technology of these worlds to function.
There's also an interesting permeation of gender theory appropriate to the middle grade reading level audience its aimed at. That includes that fox spirits get to choose their preferred gender, that some people prefer to be non-gender specific and that people can have multiple spouses of any gender.
It's not heavy-handed, but its throughout the book, and provides an excellent model for how this stuff is actually quite easy to communicate to a younger audience.
Beyond that, as with a lot of middle-grade and young-adult fiction there's a huge focus on acceptance of difference and embracing the various abilities of yourself and others that I think is an overwhelmingly positive message.
Nov 12, Rachel Reads Ravenously rated it liked it Shelves: middle-grade-or-childrens , library-checkout , fantasy , audiobook , dystopia , 3-stars-aint-the-devil , magic.
Im a cover lover and read this for purely shallow reasons. I listened to the audiobook and found myself not always wanting to listen or tuning out.
But conceptually, this book is great. A shapeshifting fox girl who travels through space to save her brother, thats a great unique plot kids will love.
My first book by this author and I was confused why he'd need a "Rick Riordan presents" on the cover. I still don't know.
But Rick Riordan has character art and more insight on his website so maybe he's writing in the universe of the thousand worlds? We follow year-old Min as she is told that her older brother has deserted the military.
To clear his name and possibly save him, she embarks on a journey all alone. Apparently, it all has to do with the mythical Dragon Pearl that can supposedly My first book by this author and I was confused why he'd need a "Rick Riordan presents" on the cover.
Apparently, it all has to do with the mythical Dragon Pearl that can supposedly terraform an entire planet within only a few hours or destroy it.
Naturally, since the rumours of the pearl have spread, several groups of people are on the hunt for it, making Min's quest all the more dangerous.
As if a cursed planet full of ghosts wasn't dangerous enough already. I should mention that this isn't just a scifi story about humanity being scattered amongst a thousand worlds.
And yes, Min is one such magic creature. In fact, she is a fox spirit who can change into all kinds of things and "charm" people to influence their feelings and to some extent thoughts.
Ancient artifacts, intrigues, gambling parlors, spaceships, a blend of Asian folklore and science fiction. But there is also prejudice and discrimination, the annoyance of a big family and chores, friendship and inevitable betrayal.
Even gender issues, but so subtly realized, it was barely noticeable, perfectly normal, as it should be and yet addressed to show how to handle the issue of how one wishes to be called correctly.
Thus, quite a lot was packed into this story that was definitely written for younger readers. But while it is clear that the story was written for children and young teens younger than the typical YA crowd , it is still very well written, the adventure sweeps you along and you simply have a good time.
What more can one ask of a book? Feb 13, Sharlize D'Souza rated it did not like it. DNF'D at page I really wanted to love it..
I just couldn't! Check out more reviews Perspective of a Writer To keep the family safe, 13 year old Mins mother insists that none of them use any fox-magic, such as Charm or shape-shifting.
Min feels hemmed in and resents the endless chores, the cousins who crowd her, and the aunties who judge her. When word arrives that Jun is suspected of leaving his post to go in Check out more reviews Perspective of a Writer The short review I see dragons and my eyes gain hearts and I can't help but want to read the book I have to say that I ended up really enjoying Dragon Pearl especially because of all the Korean tidbits woven into the story because as a k-drama fan I already knew about most of them so it was like finding the best easter eggs!!
That said I didn't quite enjoy the book as much as Rick Riordan explains he did in his introduction in the book and on goodreads. Yes, it has a monster amount of adventure woven through out and Min sure is a plucky heroine that makes you want to root for her, even when she's lying.
It's just everything happened so easily There was only one moment in all the book where I thought "oh no, she's not going to get away with her shenanigans this time!
Reality isn't the point here, having a fun adventure is and Yoon Ha Lee does take us on a wild ride with all sorts of magical and sci-fi goodies to ooh and aww over!
I like that her fox spirit is embodied on the cover as a clue as to what the book is about And you can certainly tell that its about space.
It doesn't really give you the sense of adventure that is in the book though which feels to me like a missed opportunity.
This is especially so since this is a middle grade book and not a young adult novel as the cover gives the sense that the protagonist is a lot older than she is.
Why did I enjoy Dragon Pearl even though it's certainly a middle grade book? The fox magic is really neat, not only can Min shape shift but she can use charm.
She doesn't use it often at home so its not until she's out and about that she really understands all she can do charming others.
But don't worry she gets it quickly. The foxes have the worst reputation, but the best thing is that they are in like company!
The other races all have their own qualities and we get to meet the other three supernatural beings up close and personal. The friendship Min finds is really quite realistic too.
Min is who Min is partially due to her relationship with Jun. She wants to see other worlds because jun inspired her to want to join him.
They spent a lot of time star gazing and bonding over these dreams and ambitions. This was quite a powerful relationship with an ending to match!
This was really a fun part of the story because its so unexpected It certainly was a strength in Dragon Pearl. The ghost makes the entire middle of the story super fun.
I really loved how mechanically inclined Min was and how it came up in the story as she served in the Space Forces.
Really the entire story on the ship was quite fun as she delves into the mystery of why her brother went missing. As a Writer This wiki All wikis.
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