White Tiger On the frozen planet of Kassouk where a few aliens rule as dieties on a medieval Human world Tora a Human warrior trained by tigers seeks her father s murderer But what she finds at the point of her

  • Title: White Tiger
  • Author: Vijaya Schartz
  • ISBN: 9781936000319
  • Page: 146
  • Format: ebook
  • On the frozen planet of Kassouk, where a few aliens rule as dieties on a medieval Human world, Tora a Human warrior trained by tigers seeks her father s murderer But what she finds at the point of her sword confuses her How dare Dragomir, the handsome Mutant, question her bloodline and her loyalties And could a new enemy control the savage hordes of the fringe DrOn the frozen planet of Kassouk, where a few aliens rule as dieties on a medieval Human world, Tora a Human warrior trained by tigers seeks her father s murderer But what she finds at the point of her sword confuses her How dare Dragomir, the handsome Mutant, question her bloodline and her loyalties And could a new enemy control the savage hordes of the fringe Dragomir offers to help, but Humans and Mutants are forbidden to fraternize under penalty of death Should Tora trust her mind, her instincts, or her heart In the vortex of war, treason and intrique among blizzards, avalanches and ambushes will Tora solve the myster of her father s death and unveil the secret of her birth Can she and Dragomir escape persecutions long enough to save their planet from the invaders and fulfill their destiny

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    1. Interesting mix between fantasy and SF.Strange writing style: sometimes seems stifled; the romantic parts are almost cheesy.Still I enjoyed the idea and I'm curious to know what happens next: will the Godds or Reptoids return? And what will Mutants and humans do if they return?

    2. Reviewed for THC Reviews"4.5 stars" It has been quite some time since I've read a fantasy story other than Harry Potter, and I can't say that I've ever read a science fantasy before. Even though the book was released some months ago, Vijaya Schartz sent me an ARC copy of White Tiger, so that I could get up to speed for the release of her latest book in the series, Red Leopard, this month (April 2010). I have to say that I'm so glad I got the opportunity to read and review it. Ms. Schartz has def [...]

    3. Really GoodWell written with much background and not in a boring way, I can't say enough good things about this book, looking forward to the next in series!!

    4. Schartz has created a world rich in futuristic mythology with "White Tiger," Book One in the Chronicles of Kassouk. Tora is a human soldier whose loyalty to the Emperor is without question. As she follows Field Marshall Killion to war, she meets a man called Dragomir who challenges all that she knows to be true about the world.The novel is set on the plant of Kassouk. The plant's natural climate is Arctic. Humans settled there after leaving a decimated Earth. They know the planet as New Earth.Th [...]

    5. Grrrr!A Tumultuous love story is this! The dangers these star crossed lovers endure endears the reader. Their hellbent desire to prove everyone wrong grabs one's heart and won't let go!Beware the Tiger, she is relentless. An intense story of struggles and righteousness!I'm grateful for this gift from the author to have the opportunity to post this honest review!

    6. Tora, known to the military company she commands as White Tiger, is about to have her world turned upside down. Her father Tomaso is fatally injured, betrayed by one of their own soldiers. Evidentially, Tomaso had uncovered the man's plot to kill the emperor and take his place. Unfortunately, the only identification Tomaso can give of this conspirator is that he is a man who controls wild felines. As if this scandalous piece of news where not enough, Tomaso makes a shocking confession on his dea [...]

    7. The whole premise had great potential, but the execution was disjointed and choppy. I don't know why this didn't gel. I wasn't invested in the story at any point, and basically couldn't wait for the whole book to be completed.

    8. Vijaya does a great job here with a new world that start fresh is the terms of technology evolution. Her characters are memorable and the details she gives to the world is breathtaking. She is a master as subtle inclusion of SF and a good size does of Romance. Great read!

    9. it was different - I think a good edit was needed and too many ideas going on at onceI got a bit lost with some of the jumping around

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