Theo Tan and the Fox Spirit

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In this unique futuristic world, Theo tan is just coming to terms with his brother’s death. His brother was always so different in constant to Theo. He embraced his culture as a Chinese-American, while Theo was hyper-focused on distancing himself from it. He did so to avoid being ridiculed for his heritage, but after Jamie’s death, he had to put all those feelings aside so that he could bring light to Jamie’s end. Theo tackles the mystery of his brother’s disappearance with Kai, the Huli Jung that used to tease and taunt him, but now they work together to discover who stole their precious Jamie from their lives.

I really enjoyed this book. It was pretty fast-paced and easy to digest. I enjoyed it when you could see the author’s style peeking through in the most unexpected places. For instance, there are a lot of footnotes in this book, even though it’s fiction. I also liked how the perspective switched throughout the book; because of this, the readers can see more of Kai’s and Theo’s points of view. I think that’s great because Kai has a really unique and relatable personality that is fun to read about. I think if you enjoy mystery or fantasy, you’d really enjoy this book.

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Author Jesse Q Sutanto
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 320 pages
Publisher Feiwel & Friends
Publish Date 31-May-2022
ISBN 9781250794284
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Issue November 2022
Category Tweens