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COMING IN AUGUST: TIGER in Edinburgh and Glasgow

Edinburgh Book Festival Selva Almada and Polly Clark chaired by Jenny Brown STORIES FROM THE EDGE OF THE WORLD The best novels conjure mental images that we’re unlikely to see in reality. Selva Almada’s debut The Wind That Lays Waste evokes the squat trees, sweat-stained shirts and broken-down cars of rural Argentina. Set on the…
  • Edinburgh Book Festival, jenny brown, Louise Welsh, Polly Clark, Publishing Scotland, Salva Almada, siberia, tiger
  • August 1, 2019

Letter to the reader of Tiger

When you have read Tiger, you will know something of how to track and survive in the wilderness. Most of all I hope you experience the tiger as it truly is and love it as I do.
  • March 9, 2019

TIGER — An epic story of survival and redeeming love, from the prizewinning author of Larchfield

“Fierce, elegant, and compelling as the tiger itself, TIGER is less a novel than the very force of nature caught in fiction. Grabbed me by the imagination and carried me into the wilds of animal and human nature” Laline Paull, author of The Bees
  • March 9, 2019