When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain: Singing Hills Cycle Series, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The cleric Chih finds themself and their companions at the mercy of a band of fierce tigers who ache with hunger. To stay alive until the mammoths can save them, Chih must unwind the intricate, layered story of the tiger and her scholar lover - a woman of courage, intelligence, and beauty - and discover how truth can survive becoming history.
Nghi Vo returns to the empire of Ahn and the Singing Hills Cycle in When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain, a mesmerizing, lush standalone follow-up to The Empress of Salt and Fortune.
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|Listening Length||2 hours and 20 minutes|
|Audible.ca Release Date||December 08 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #99,802 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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Top reviews from other countries
It has it all, tigers, mammoths and a cleric who has a nose for trouble, and an even greater knack for recording and telling stories.
This time around our cleric retells a story of a tiger and her would be prey/lover, to a trio of tigers, who happen to know the story intimately, and their scout in order to buy them time to escape and avoid becoming dinner.
I finished it in one sitting during my work break, and I'm already thinking about re-reading it.
We follow Cleric Chih in another one of their travels, this time without Almost Brilliant (I missed them), where they encounter a group of tigers. And so, a night of storytelling ensues.
Although longer, it felt quite shorter than Empress of Salt and Fortune. We learn how stories are shaped by those who tell them to reflect their version of history. It was such a sweet tale with a refreshing ending and thought-provoking narrative.
I can only hope that we get more of Cleric Chih and Almost Brilliant.