Review: Honor Among Thieves by Rachel Caine and Ann Aguirre

This YA novel is surprisingly inventive with a great, trouble-causing, mouthy protagonist, the kind you can’t wait to see what she does next.

In the near future, a young, smartass, homeless street thief steals the wrong thing from the wrong person and gets into an incredible amount of trouble just before she becomes instantly famous when she is chosen as an Honor, one of the few chosen to ride around for a year in a Leviathan, a giant alien space creature.

That’s just the setup.

It may sound a little goofy, but this is an action-packed novel with great world-building and excellent characters that features as much personal growth as space travel.

Honor Among Thieves is the first book of a trilogy. I’ve already read the second and am eagerly waiting to get my hands on the third.

Recommendation: Read it!

One thought on “Review: Honor Among Thieves by Rachel Caine and Ann Aguirre

  1. I’ll say straight up that I’ll be continuing the series: I loved this book. It was unique compared to other science-fiction books I’ve read, had a gripping plot, great characters and developing platonic relationships showing a strong friendship can be as appealing as romance in a young adult book.

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