A thrilling, evocative story with aspects of fantasy, romance, and adventure, The Wren and the Tarnished Tiger is a must-read. In the book, an orphaned lighthouse keeper named Wren lives a predictable life until the effects of war upend it and throw him into an unknown and perilous situation. The surprising alliance between Wren and Alice, a lineal descendant of the renowned animal movers the Shields, is what distinguishes this tale.
The personalities of the two major protagonists in this novel are its main draw. Other people don’t truly matter. The conclusion of their courtship is not a spoiler because it is evident from the start that there is a magnetic attraction between them. There is never any mistake about the magical connection between them despite the fascinating turns their relationship takes as wrought by their personalities.
The book’s first half successfully navigates through the various layers of conflict we typically see in a well-written novel, but as we keep reading, we notice a flaw in the outside danger. About three-quarters of the way through one of these stories, the initial conflicts, such as the hero being uprooted from her home, the rivalry among the students at the magic school, the perils of traveling to the capital city, and the like, start to lose their appeal.
Wren encounters numerous difficulties and trials along the way, but she never wavers from her principles and convictions. For young readers who are still figuring out who they are and what they stand for, this message is especially crucial. The book’s drawings by Stone are another strength. Readers will get a rich and deep reading experience that will last with them long after they finish the book thanks to the author’s colorful and emotive artwork that vividly depicts the characters and the environment they live in.
Last but not least, “Wren and the Tarnished Tiger” is a lovely and moving tale that honors the strength of friendship, bravery, and self-discovery. This book is certain to become a beloved classic for both kids and adults because to its realistic characters, interesting plot, and gorgeous pictures. In conclusion, “Running” demonstrates the ability of running to change people’s lives and the world we live in.
About The Book
Orphaned Wren is content with her predictable job as a lighthouse keeper – but when war comes to her country, she finds herself shoved into the unknown. Bound in an unlikely partnership, she will find the gods have bigger plans for her than she could ever have imagined.
Handsome and arrogant Aris is descended from a line of Shields, animal shifters whose sole purpose is to guard their paired Mages. His desperate quest to regain what he has lost will drive him to make a risky arrangement – one that will change their world. As the story unfolds, the influence of the mercurial gods will take Wren and Aris on an incomparable journey through magic, betrayal, and love.
Wren and the Tarnished Tiger
This novel has great Epic Fantasy battle-filled prologue, full of action, gore, wonderful description and people we don’t need to know for the rest of the story. Then the main character, Wren, appears, and the tale takes on the genial tone of her personality. Also, the plotline appears, and we realize that we are starting out on a Hero’s Journey. So far, so good.