Honor Among Thieves

Honor Among Thieves

Petty criminal Zara Cole has a painful past that’s made her stronger than most, which is why she chose life in New Detroit instead moving with her family to Mars. In her eyes, living inside a dome isn’t much better than a prison cell.Still, when Zara commits a crime that has her running scared, jail might be exactly where she’s headed. Instead Zara is recruited into the Ho...

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Title:Honor Among Thieves
Author:Rachel Caine
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Honor Among Thieves Reviews

  • Lisa (A Life Bound By Books)

    4.5 stars!!!

    LOVED IT!!! And I think part of why I loved it is the ship. Reminded me of one of my all time fave tv shows - Farscape.

    Such great characters. A story line I had NO CLUE which way the authors were going to take things. A fast paced, action packed plot that kept me at times holding my breath and others smiling bright as I traveled through space, while lost in my own imagination.

    Great read.

    Just what I needed and now I need more, more, more! Can't wait to see what happens next! Highly

    4.5 stars!!!

    LOVED IT!!! And I think part of why I loved it is the ship. Reminded me of one of my all time fave tv shows - Farscape.

    Such great characters. A story line I had NO CLUE which way the authors were going to take things. A fast paced, action packed plot that kept me at times holding my breath and others smiling bright as I traveled through space, while lost in my own imagination.

    Great read.

    Just what I needed and now I need more, more, more! Can't wait to see what happens next! Highly recommend.

  • Carrie

    Zara Cole has been separated from her family for quite awhile after having medical issues as a young child. Zara's mother and sister have gone to live on Mars but for Zara that would feel too much like being caged in. She has been surviving on the outskirts of New Detroit living off her wits and what she can steal but when Zara picks the wrong target to steal from and she finds herself in quite a bit of danger.

    After stealing the purse guards are sent to retrieve the contents from Zara so she le

    Zara Cole has been separated from her family for quite awhile after having medical issues as a young child. Zara's mother and sister have gone to live on Mars but for Zara that would feel too much like being caged in. She has been surviving on the outskirts of New Detroit living off her wits and what she can steal but when Zara picks the wrong target to steal from and she finds herself in quite a bit of danger.

    After stealing the purse guards are sent to retrieve the contents from Zara so she let's herself get sent to a home for wayward youth that she had done everything to escape from in the past. Just when Zara thinks that her plan to get locked up might keep her safe the man after her makes an appearance but lucky for Zara she is recruited into the Honors, one of the one hundred humans this year selected by the Leviathan, a race of sentient alien ships, to board and explore outer space with them.

    Honor Among Thieves by Rachel Caine and Ann Aguirre is the first book in the new young adult science fiction fantasy series, The Honors. The story revolves around street smart Zara who has shunned the alien advancements and technology and chose to live on the streets until she needs an escape. The ship that Zara boards is actually a sentient being with whom Zara forms an intense connection.

    There is plenty of action in this new series to keep the pages turning and the excitement level up while reading. The world the authors have built within this first book was one that was quite intriguing and done rather well so far although my one complaint came with just wanting more with a few unanswered questions at the end of this first book. I definitely became hooked on the series though and would rate this one at 4.5 stars while hoping that the story continues to grow and thrive in the next book.

    I received an advance copy from the publisher via Edelweiss.

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  • Cait • A Page with a View

    This felt a bit like Illuminae meets Warcross, but was still its own unique story!

    This felt a bit like Illuminae meets Warcross, but was still its own unique story!

    The basic idea is that Zara narrowly escapes punishment for another crime when she finds herself as one of the Honors (so she's a thief among Honors -- ha see what the title did there). Buuuut things in space are not as they appear...

    I loved the diverse characters and fast pacing! And the fact that the ship was alive was pretty fun, too. Sci fi books in space are usually pretty hit or miss with me, but I totally recommend this one if you love the genre.

  • Sarah

    A book about a girl who falls in love with a sentient space ship? Written by Rachel Caine and Ann Aguirre? Colour me curious.

    We actually heard Ann Aguirre give a reading from this at the Love Letter Convention in Berlin & she totally sold me on it so this is a must read!

  • Nina (Every Word A Doorway)

    Update Nov 2017: Apparently, they scratched the psychiatric diagnosis from the premise (and made several other changes) – for those of you wondering why I talk about antisocial personality disorder in the preview below. Seems like a good call to me.

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    I'm reasonably curious about this because

    like HELLO THERE INTRIGUING BOOK

    However, I'm somewhat worried about the mental disorder depicted in

    . I'm not sure why they call it antisocial disorder

    Update Nov 2017: Apparently, they scratched the psychiatric diagnosis from the premise (and made several other changes) – for those of you wondering why I talk about antisocial personality disorder in the preview below. Seems like a good call to me.

    –––

    I'm reasonably curious about this because

    like HELLO THERE INTRIGUING BOOK

    However, I'm somewhat worried about the mental disorder depicted in

    . I'm not sure why they call it antisocial disorder in the premise. Unless the DSM-V contains several mental disorders bearing that name, they wrote a character who has antisocial

    disorder, predominantly characterised by a disregard for morals, social norms, and the rights of others. I also don't like that they refer to her condition as an unchangeable "attitude". Now, ASPD is a rather severe disorder, and though the authors seem to have caught on that these individuals often lead a life of crime and/or other issues, there are

    many things that could go wrong with the depiction of ASPD in this book.

    Many individuals suffering from ASPD also experience difficulties maintaining long-term relationships with others. Does this apply to space ships WELL I DUNNO?!

    Hence, I'll be hesitant to pick this up.

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