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ISBN: 136801335X
Title: Dragon Pearl (Rick Riordan Presents) Pdf
Spirit hunters seriesAuthor: Yoon Ha Lee
Published Date: 2019-01-15

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*'Lee has created an adrenaline-filled space opera with mythological creatures living alongside humans. It is refreshing to see both Koran elements and a nonbinary character seamlessly integrated into the storyline. A high-octane, science-fiction thriller painted with a Korean brush and a brilliant example of how different cultures can have unique but accessible cosmology and universal appeal.'―Kirkus Reviews (starred review)'I was so impressed by DRAGON PEARL. The story is multi-layered, the world construction is impeccable--with an awesome intersection of tech and culture--and it is totally compelling to read. Min's nuanced feelings about her magic, her family, and her fox heritage are marvelously complicated. I loved her, and I know you will, too!'―E.K. Johnston, author of the #1 New York Times best-selling Ahsoka'Who would have thought Korean mythology would make for such an intense and magical space opera! I loved every moment of it and want the next book NOW so I can explore all the Thousand Worlds with Min! This book is brilliant and gorgeous, and why didn't I have it when I was a kid??'―Ellen Oh, author of Spirit Hunters and the Prophecy series*'Lee offers a perfect balance of space opera and Korean mythology with enough complexity to appeal to teens.'―Publishers Weekly (starred review)'The Korean-mythology-in-space setup is great fun, with supernatural beings and ghosts aplenty, spaceships that run on technological and spiritual energy combined, an entire planet populated by ghosts, and bountiful space hijinks and derring-do.'―Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books*'Lee skillfully weaves Korean folklore into this space opera narrative, creating dynamic and relatable characters. VERDICT: With ghosts, pirates, and a rollicking space adventure, there's a little something for everyone here.'―School Library Journal (starred review)'Lee has a knack for world-building. His richly detailed, cohesive, original vision is a lively mash-up of outer-space sci-fi and Korean culture and folklore.'―Horn Book Magazine

'Fans of Rick Riordan will enjoy this new science-fiction space opera about a 13-year old girl descended from a long line of fox spirits, who goes on a quest to find her missing brother. An action-packed blend of fantasy and Korean mythology. ' - Seira Wilson, Amazon Editor
Rick Riordan Presents Yoon Ha Lee's space opera about thirteen-year-old Min, who comes from a long line of fox spirits. But you'd never know it by looking at her. To keep the family safe, Min's mother insists that none of them use any fox-magic, such as Charm or shape-shifting. They must appear human at all times.
Min feels hemmed in by the household rules and resents the endless chores, the cousins who crowd her, and the aunties who judge her. She would like nothing more than to escape Jinju, her neglected, dust-ridden, and impoverished planet. She's counting the days until she can follow her older brother, Jun, into the Space Forces and see more of the Thousand Worlds.
When word arrives that Jun is suspected of leaving his post to go in search of the Dragon Pearl, Min knows that something is wrong. Jun would never desert his battle cruiser, even for a mystical object rumored to have tremendous power. She decides to run away to find him and clear his name.
Min's quest will have her meeting gamblers, pirates, and vengeful ghosts. It will involve deception, lies, and sabotage. She will be forced to use more fox-magic than ever before, and to rely on all of her cleverness and bravery. The outcome may not be what she had hoped, but it has the potential to exceed her wildest dreams.
This sci-fi adventure with the underpinnings of Korean mythology will transport you to a world far beyond your imagination.

Great book! I really liked the book. It is a fun book and I could not let go of it. None of your predictions come true. The book is full of surprises. It always makes you curious about what is going to happen next. The end is kind of sad. If you like Rick Riordan books, you will enjoy this one too. I hope there will be more of the Rick Rioardan Presents Series. I would recommend the book to everyone who has time to read it.Review From A 13 Year Old. This Book Was Great. The Characters Were Well Writen. I Do Think That Some Parts Of The Book Were A Little Dull, And Boring But Overall Its A Great Read For Kids And Teens. 'Starwars + Changers (The Gathering Storm) + Percy Jackson = Dragon Pearl. There Is Sometimes A Little Twist And Sometimes You Can See Whats Going To Happen. If Your Parents Are Trying To Make You Read More Or If You Just Love Reading This Book Is For YOU!It was decent. Good, in fact It was decent. Good, in fact. It just didn't really leave me really wanting more. I mean, I want to know what happens next, but not that urgent. The author is great with details, but maybe a little too much? Do we really have to know that Min DROPPED her chop 'o sticks, PICK the up, and bonk her head? Wouldn't it be easier to say 'I took some time to get my utensils' or something? Do we really need to know at all? Can we skip the conversation in the first place? The conversation was interesting enough, but I don't think we need THAT much information. For like, 75% of the book, Min is posing as a dead soldier still thought alive, for NO reason!! 'You sacrificed your life for me! I help you!' and the ghost of the dead soldier is like 'Ok! If you fail…I HAUGHT YOU FOREVER. MUAHAHA!' Ehm. Ok…(…(……)……)……(………(…………)…(………)…)… -_-I understand that Min was on the battle cruiser the Pale Lightining for a long time, but do we actually have to hear her talk about scrubbing toilets so precisely for like 10% of the book? I little bit easier on the side stuff and more on the juicy steak you know! I don't know why the ghosts didn't savagely attack Min, Hanuel, and the goblin (I can't remember her name! It's on the tip of my tongue, but I can't remember!). Maybe because of Jun is with them? Maybe the ghosts sense something different? Maybe there is an aura that's different about Min than others? Will there be answers? Why am I so confused? I don't…know?(??(??(??)????)?)??(????)I loved the author's craft, however. It's a perfect blend of sci-fi, Korean mythology, and a young child's struggle against the world of the unknown. I would reccomend it, but it's sometimes reeeeeeeeeeeeeally slow, while such at times, it goes veeery quickly. It all comes together and it's all a happy ending. Meow!Peace out, and wear your seatbelt!-SeatbeltBoi123Yeet

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