The Night Tiger

The Night Tiger Best Read || [Yangsze Choo] - The Night Tiger, The Night Tiger A sumptuous garden maze of a novel Kirkus Reviews They say a tiger that devours too many humans can take the form of a man and walk among us In s colonial Malaya
  • Title: The Night Tiger
  • Author: Yangsze Choo
  • ISBN: 1250316995
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Audio CD

The Night Tiger Best Read || [Yangsze Choo], The Night Tiger, Yangsze Choo, The Night Tiger A sumptuous garden maze of a novel Kirkus Reviews They say a tiger that devours too many humans can take the form of a man and walk among us In s colonial Malaya a dissolute British doctor receives a surprise gift of an eleven year old Chinese houseboy Sent as a bequest from an old friend young Ren has a mission to find his dead master s sever The Night Tiger Best Read || [Yangsze Choo] - The Night Tiger, The Night Tiger A sumptuous garden maze of a novel Kirkus Reviews They say a tiger that devours too many humans can take the form of a man and walk among us In s colonial Malaya
  • The Night Tiger Best Read || [Yangsze Choo]
    444 Yangsze Choo
The Night Tiger

About Author

  1. Yangsze Choo is a fourth generation Malaysian of Chinese descent Due to a childhood spent in various countries, she can eavesdrop badly in several languages After graduating from Harvard, she worked as a management consultant before writing her first novel Yangsze eats and reads too much, and often does both at the same time You can follow her blog at or on Twitter yangsz Yangsze Choo is a fourth generation Malaysian of Chinese descent Due to a childhood spent in various countries, she can eavesdrop badly in several languages After graduating from Harvard, she worked as a management consultant before writing her first novel Yangsze eats and reads too much, and often does both at the same time You can follow her blog at or on Twitter yangszechoo

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  1. The Night Tiger has a little bit of something for everyone Fans of this Author s debut book, The Ghost Bride will love this sweeping tale set in Malaya Malaysia in the 1930 s There is a lot going on in this book that I am only going to give a brief synopsis of the main characters.Ren is an 11 year old boy on a mission to locate his former masters missing finger so that he can bury it with his body He has 49 days to do so for his master to be a rest If he fails to find the missing finger, h The N [...]


  2. Time is running out there are only 20 days left before Dr Mac Farlane s forty nine days of the soul are over If by then he can t find the finger, he ll have failed How will his old master rest Ren remembers Dr MacFarlane s last days, shivering fevers And then the dreams, the waking nightmares in which the old man would cry for mercy, or crawl slavering on all fours If Auntie Kwan had still been with them, she would have taken charge, but in the end there was only Ren A gust of wind s Time is run [...]


  3. The Night Tiger offers a stunning look at culture, history, and Chinese superstition Told in two alternating perspectives, and set in 1931 Malaya Malaysia , this is a story of loyalty and loneliness, death and distressed souls, and man eating weretigers Ren, a young houseboy, is an orphan and has also suffered the loss of his twin Alone and with complete loyalty to his dying master, Ren has accepted his final task to find his master s missing amputated finger and bury it with him in his grav The [...]


  4. Why I love itby Brianna GoodmanIf someone told me there s a book out there that s part history, part love story, part coming of age, part magical tale that is also a well paced book that clocks in at under 400 pages, I d be instantly suspicious It sounds too good to be true But here s the thing This book exists It s called The Night Tiger, and it s epic and pleasing in every possible way.The book follows two main characters Ji Lin, a dressmaker by day and dancehall girl by night who dreams Why I [...]


  5. Filled with superstition, ghosts and the afterlife, the Night Tiger explores colonial Malaysia in 1930s Five people are brought together through a connection of the five Confucian virtues, while mysterious events with no rational explanation start to happen around them.Yangsze Choo has created a whimsical imaginary world of ghosts and spirits that was unlike anything I have read before I was not sure whether I liked the book at first, but it progressively grew on me and eventually I found myse F [...]




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