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Cagebird Cagebird by Karin Lowachee
reviewed by Donna McMahon
Yuri Kirov is only a small child when his home colony is destroyed by the aliens and, after a confused evacuation, his family washes up at a barren, remote refugee camp. The kids run half wild in the camp, and eventually Yuri is recruited by a visiting "merchant" ship. Once he goes aboard, he discovers that the ship is manned by pirates.

Burndive Burndive by Karin Lowachee
reviewed by Sherwood Smith
Ryan Azarcon is a spoiled brat. He's also, at age nineteen (three years into his majority on this far-future Hub station called Austra) the "Hot Number One Bachelor." Good looking, rich, son of extremely famous parents, you'd think he has no reason to be snotty to the media and grumpy to his patient bodyguard of seven years, Sid, as well as to his loving relatives, right?

Warchild Warchild by Karin Lowachee
reviewed by Donna McMahon
Jos Musey is only eight when his world implodes around him. Pirates attack the merchant ship Mukidori, killing his family and taking the children to sell as slaves. Jos's good looks attract the abusive attention of the pirate captain, Falcone, who takes Jos as his personal slave. A year later, Jos seizes his first chance to escape, only to flee into the clutches of enemy aliens -- the striviirc-na, who are at war with EarthHub.

Warchild Warchild by Karin Lowachee
reviewed by Cindy Lynn Speer
Jos Musey is 8 years old when his world is destroyed by pirates. He and a few other children are imprisoned, taken off the merchant ship Mukudori. Everyone else, including Jos's parents, are killed. Jos, because he is exceptionally pretty, is kept by the notorious pirate Falcone for his own purposes. Falcone trains him, and does other things that are too terrible to be more than hinted at, things which will dominate him and his actions through out the book. Joss manages to escape, only to be captured by another enemy.

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