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The Thief and the Sword (Cleopatra in Space #2) Paperback – April 28, 2015
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Gr 4–7—Cleopatra is back for more galactic adventures. In the opening scene, a foreign spaceship is infiltrated by a young thief using a series of daring and skillful maneuvers to defeat scores of troopers. The action then shifts to the futuristic Planet Mayet, where young Cleo and her talking cat now reside. Cleo, outfitted in a cheerleader-style space outfit with a cobra headband over multicolor bobbed hair, possesses a fearless and impulsive attitude. These attributes, along with her ray-gun skills and predetermined status as heroine of the universe, make her a popular teen classmate. Maihack's characters, both human and nonhuman, are diverse, expressive, and visually distinct. With action varying from tumultuous chase scenes to quiet secret meetings, the book skillfully uses color to impart mood. This title is suitable for fans of Ben Hatke's "Zita the Spacegirl" series (First Second) and Jeffrey Brown's "Jedi Academy" (Scholastic) who are ready to move on to older characters and more complex images. Younger devotees of Jeff Smith's "Bone" (Scholastic) may also it. VERDICT This full-color adventure series is recommended for public and school libraries.—Gaye Hinchliff, King County Library System, WA
* "Maihack’s characters, both human and nonhuman, are diverse, expressive, and visually distinct." -- School Library Journal, starred review
Praise for Target Practice (Cleopatra in Space #1) :
"Cleo is a fun, fearless heroine -- I'd love to explore the galaxy with her!" --Raina Telgemeier, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Smile and Drama
"Cleo's easygoing confidence makes her a likable . . . heroine, but the real star of the graphic novel is Maihack's art. The cinematic paneling during action sequences skillfully conveys Cleo's vivacity and flair." -- Kirkus Reviews
"A delight, with its exciting layout of a futuristic Egypt complete with cool pyramid skyscrapers." -- Booklist
"Cleopatra smoothly slips into the role of confident, wisecracking, baddie-dispatching hero, and the supporting cast falls neatly into place as well." -- Publishers Weekly
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Review from a 10 YEAR OLD avid reader of graphic novels:
I like this book because it was really good and interesting and i think it was an amazing book to read.There was lots of action and fighting and time travel. I didn't pick 5 stars because there were some parts in the book were i couldn't understand parts and some parts were weird which could be kinda interesting. So i really really LIKE the book. You should read it one day and find out how amazing this book really is. CLEOPATRA in space is one of my favorite books in the world. I want to be helpful to whoever is thinking about buying this book.And here is one option YES.If you read this book already please be sure to share your thoughts and ideas with other people so you can share how wonderful of a book this is. So take your time and think right now if you are interested in getting this book. Hope you like it or even love it. Bye
I would recommend it to my brother
I chose this rating because of how the style of the book is and how cool it is