Tin Star

Tin Star

Book - 2014
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"Beaten and left for dead, fourteen-year-old Tula Bane finds herself abandoned on a space station called Yertina Feray after traveling with the colonist group, Children of the Earth"--
Publisher: New York : Roaring Brook Press, c2014
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781596437753
Branch Call Number: YA CAS
Characteristics: 233 p. ;,22 cm

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Olivia_H_ Mar 17, 2017

A light YA story that's out of this world (haha!). The whole entire book takes place on a space station and it is fascinating to see the interactions that take place on that station between the strong female protagonist Tula Bane and aliens that reside there. The personal development and social struggles in this story are thought-provoking because it brings up the subject of what might be the relationship between humans and aliens as well as the relationship between humans themselves.

AL_BRIDGET Aug 30, 2016

This is a strange book in some ways, but I loved it. The isolation of a space station, the potential weirdness of being separated from other humans for so long you forget how humans just ARE, wonderful friendships, and vaguely evil imperial governments were some of my favorite parts of this story about a girl stranded on a space station, the only human among aliens. This is a beautiful story, with a quietness and a pace that emphasizes the slow shift of time throughout the book.

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