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Stories about LOVE — NWAW’s February must-reads

Stories about LOVE — NWAW’s February must-reads

By Samantha Pak
Northwest Asian Weekly

“Cinder”
By Marissa Meyer
Feiwel and Friends, 2012

At 16, Cinder is the best mechanic in New Beijing.

From androids to hovers, there is nothing she can’t fix. Her talents may be revered throughout the Eastern Commonwealth, but Cinder is also considered a technological mistake because she is a cyborg. With various mechanical parts — including a mechanical foot — people from all over seek her for her services, but those who know the truth avoid her. Read the full story

Posted in On the Shelf, Vol 31 No 9 | 2/25-3/2Comments (2)

Fantasy and sci-fi, oh my! — NWAW’s July book recommendations

Fantasy and sci-fi, oh my! — NWAW’s July book recommendations

By Samantha Pak
Northwest Asian Weekly

“Tiger’s Quest”
By Colleen Houck
Splinter, 2011

In this second installment of Houck’s “Tiger Saga,” Kelsey Hayes has returned to Oregon after her extraordinary adventures in India.

As she tries to adjust to a normal life free of the dangers of immortal sea monkeys and 300-year-old curses, Kelsey also has to adjust to a life free of Ren, a 300-year-old prince, victim of said curse, and the man she loves.

For how fast and hard she fell for the prince/white tiger, Kelsey deals with her broken heart quite well — enrolling in college, taking up wushu, and dating other guys. Read the full story

Posted in On the Shelf, Vol 30 No 30 | 7/23-7/29Comments (1)

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