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Pairing: Bren Cameron/Jago, NC-17

Tracker: A Foreigner Novel (Foreigner series)

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The first eight books of the series are told exclusively from the viewpoint of Bren Cameron, the at the time of return. Starting with the ninth book, , occasional passages are told from the point of view of Tabini's young son, Cajeiri, as he grows into maturity.

Almost all of Cherryh's DAW covers (not only this series) are from artist . Consequently, the cover art for the series maintains a fairly consistent look and feel. Every cover to date but one has featured the protagonist Bren Cameron as the sole human pictured along with one or more armed Atevi. This serves to visually emphasize Bren's, and the human refugees in general, patently foreign presence among this aggressive alien race. The depiction of Bren's Atevi lover, Jago, on most of the covers may both exacerbate and ease the reader's sense of the protagonist's isolation. Several of the artists hired to paint the covers have taken Ms. Cherryh's description of the white ribbons in Bren's hair and extended it to the entirety of his clothing, white, showing no attachment to any house. However, this is an artistic license. He is described as wearing muted colors: beiges, blues and greens.

Bren Cameron is perhaps my favourite character of all time

Anonymous 4 months ago
Of the many Foreigner books the best are the ones that delve deeply into the central theme of the series, communicating between species that dont think the same way. This book again studies those challenges and Brent Cameron must use all of his skills as paidhi to prevent a war.

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Almost all of Cherryh's DAW covers (not only this series) are from artist . Consequently, the cover art for the series maintains a fairly consistent look and feel. Every cover to date but one has featured the protagonist Bren Cameron as the sole human pictured along with one or more armed Atevi. This serves to visually emphasize Bren's, and the human refugees in general, patently foreign presence among this aggressive alien race. The depiction of Bren's Atevi lover, Jago, on most of the covers may both exacerbate and ease the reader's sense of the protagonist's isolation. Several of the artists hired to paint the covers have taken Ms. Cherryh's description of the white ribbons in Bren's hair and extended it to the entirety of his clothing, white, showing no attachment to any house. However, this is an artistic license. He is described as wearing muted colors: beiges, blues and greens.

Almost all of Cherryh's DAW covers (not only this series) are from artist . Consequently, the cover art for the series maintains a fairly consistent look and feel. Every cover to date but one has featured the protagonist Bren Cameron as the sole human pictured along with one or more armed Atevi. This serves to visually emphasize Bren's, and the human refugees in general, patently foreign presence among this aggressive alien race. The depiction of Bren's Atevi lover, Jago, on most of the covers may both exacerbate and ease the reader's sense of the protagonist's isolation. Several of the artists hired to paint the covers have taken Ms. Cherryh's description of the white ribbons in Bren's hair and extended it to the entirety of his clothing, white, showing no attachment to any house. However, this is an artistic license. He is described as wearing muted colors: beiges, blues and greens.