Dog-Eared Review: “White Tiger”

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By Melanie Tighe –

Yes, I know, we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but I fell in love with the cover of White Tiger by Vijaya Schartz. I mean, look at it, doesn’t it call to you? I’m happy to say Schartz didn’t disappoint. Although, this is the first book in her Chronicles of Kassouk series, the ending was satisfying enough for White Tiger to stand on its own.

Here’s the gist of the story, without any spoilers: Kassouk is a medieval world of humans, mutants, and the Godds. Those, not always so benevolent, deities mettle in human affairs and wreak havoc as only Godds know how to do. Tora, a warrior with the ability to speak to animals, learns her father was murdered by a traitor. As she tries to piece together the mystery of her father’s death, she’s called into battle to protect the realm from the invading crazed Zerkers. When she finally learns the truth, neither Tora nor Kassouk will ever be the same.

Other books in the Chronicles of Kassouk series: Red Leopard, Black Jaguar and Blue Lioness by Vijaya Schartz.

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