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Tiger Thief (Tiger Thief, #1) Book review will be posted first on blog Sharat And His Majestic White Tiger, Emira, Are Two Halves Of The Same Soul The Thought Of Being Separated Is Unbearable So When Emira Mysteriously Disappears In The Middle Of Their Circus Act, Sharat Is Devastated He S Also Determined To Get Her Back, Despite The Force Of The Empire Being Ranged Against Him His Journey Will Be Perilous And Revealing, And Shot Through With Magic A Fantastic Adventure Story About A Boy And His Tiger With Amazing Characters, Landscapes And Jinnis Try the first chapter of Tiger Thief is available here courtesy of Nosy Crow Tiger Thief follows a young circus boy named Sharat, who looses his tiger performing for the emperor On his search he meets a young girl who becomes a close friend of his, and together they seek answers to who has his tiger while discovering about their past and destiny than they intended honestly, the cover is the best thing about this book I picked this out after reading the back thinking it sounded like a interesting read, instead im faced with a boy who whines on about how he lost his tiger and just wants her back, no other motive I was expecting the story to be full of adventure, magic, Jinni s, and light hearted humor when it was a pinch of magic here and there and a boring main character that did nothing to entertain like his job role as a circus boy entails.I found for a kids book that there was nothing to actually keep the reader engaged, i found myself easily distracted from the book and often wondering when something was going to happen.the sewer girls held a little bit of interest but were in the story for a brief period.The girl Nara has a stronger character than the main character which would have been perfectif she were in it.my favorite character was the parrot Ripi, for no other reason than he was a typical parrot. I have just finished reading this with my granddaughter, aged 9, and we both loved it The vocabulary is advanced so she was unable to read it herself, but with the odd prompt we could take turns reading it The story itself was very exciting and imaginative and we couldn t wait for the next opportunity to read each new chapter.


About the Author: Michaela Clarke

Michaela Clarke, the author of Tiger Thief, is a yoga teacher in London She practices yoga and meditation but she also loves to sing, play guitar, paint and go for long walks in nature.


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