Win a Copy of "The Night Tiger" by Yangsze Choo
About "The Night Tiger"
"Set in 1930s colonial Malaya, storylines combine and tangle in unexpected ways as a dance hall girl finds the missing finger a houseboy is desperately searching for. A string of dead bodies spells misfortune as a possibly supernatural tiger stalks the characters and dreams contain messages from the beyond. The final, stunning reveals only succeed due to masterful plotting.
Steeped in Malayan and Chinese folklore, Choo’s opulent writing and world building weaves family obligations and colonialism with were-tigers and ghosts. The result is compelling and mesmerizing."
Reviewed for by librarian Jennie. Publication date is set as February 12, 2019.
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- Leave a comment below on Wednesday, Jan. 9, and share the name of the book you're reading this week.
- Everyone who leaves a comment here, on Facebook OR Twitter will be entered into a random drawing (Library employees are not eligible). Please only enter in one place.
- The winner will be contacted by email on Thursday, Jan. 10.
- The winner can pick up their prize at the Library location of their choice.
Win a Book Wednesdays takes place twice a month. Prize books are Advance Reader Copies (ARCs) of books that will be added to the Library collection within the next month, and can already be found in the Library catalog as "on order."
ARCs are uncorrected proofs given to the Library for review purposes only, and are not for sale.