Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for The Tigers in the Tower by Julia Golding.
Miss Linda Bennet – Review & Favourite Quote
Books and Shadows – Review & Favourite Quotes
The Writer’s Alley – Review & Top 5 Reasons to Read The Tigers in the Tower
Miss Linda Bennet – Blogger’s Choice
Sometimes Leelynn Reads – Blogger’s Choice
Sassenach the Book Wizard – Review
Comfort Reads – Blogger’s Choice
Justice For Readers – Blogger’s Choice
Tasting Pages – Review
Books and Shadows – Blogger’s Choice
The Writer’s Alley – Blogger’s Choice
Blonde and Bookish – Promo Post
Rune of Stories – Blogger’s Choice
BooksDramas&More – Blogger’s Choice
Whimsicalblessings – Blogger’s Choice
“A Little Princess – with tigers! Orphan and outcast Sahira Clive is a brave and plucky heroine with a brightly burning heart. I was rooting for her all the way to the end of this thrilling – and thought-provoking – adventure.”Ally Sherrick, award-winning author of Black Powder
Sahira’s family are travelling to England to deliver two majestic Indian tigers to the menagerie in the tower of London.
But tragedy strikes and sickness steals Sahira’s parents from her on the journey. Left alone in London, Sarhira finds herself confined to a miserable and dangerous orphanage. Despite her heartache and the threats she faces, Sahira is determined to carry out her father’s last request – to protect God’s beautiful creatures: her tigers. To do so, Sahira must set out on an adventure and use all her powers of persuasion to engage the help of some new friends along the way.
Can the quest to find her tigers a safe home, lead Sahira to find her own place of hope and belonging in this strange and foreign land?
Julia Golding is a multi-award winning writer for adults and young adults. She also writes under the pen names of Joss Stirling and Eve Edwards. Born in 1969, she grew up near Epping Forest. She studied English at Cambridge University, then joined the Foreign Office and worked in Poland, before returning to Oxford University to study for a doctorate in literature of the romantic period. She worked for Oxfam, lobbying on conflict issues, before becoming a full-time writer. Over three-quarter of a million of her books have been sold worldwide in many language