Tigers in Red Weather: A Novel
by Liza Klaussmann
Paperback- $6.55

Nick and her cousin Helena grew up in a world of sun bleached boat docks, tennis whites, and midnight gin parties at Tiger House, the ...

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  "Merely "ok"" by hopewellmomschool (see profile) 08/28/12

Not much of a story. I don't understand the hype for this book.

 
  "ODD" by FriendshipSisters (see profile) 09/06/12

This is such an odd story and overall just did not feel like there was anything redeeming about it. The story is told by five points of view, one person at a time, that in itself causes some confusion having to go back and forth in time. I did not like the characters and was disenchanted with their lack of morals and commitment to one another. There was just nothing that bound them together except for their gin and tonic. Oh boy!

 
  "I would actually give it a 3.5" by colleenberg1 (see profile) 09/25/12

I enjoyed this book, although none of the characters were likeable. It was well written, fast paced and kept you wanting to read more.

 
  "Tigers in Red Weather" by ludubinski (see profile) 04/05/13

This book has been overexposed - and really doesn't deserve the hype that it received.

 
  "TIGERS IN RED WEATHER" by CarolN (see profile) 06/28/13

Story of love, hate, trust, fidelity and infidelity. . . even after having just finished it - I\'m not sure how I feel about it. Set just after World War II (1946)
through the late 1964\'s, author looks at the marriages of 2 cousins, Nick and Helena, the children from them and their family\'s drama. Told from several different points of view, I found this book confusing, with a creepy vein running through it that does reveal itself slowly by the story\'s end.

 
  "Tigers in Red Weather" by Suzanni (see profile) 10/21/13

Our group received \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Tigers in Red Weather\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" as a giveaway from BookMovement. We were impressed with the lovely cover, but sadly the content didn\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t match the cover. One member mentioned that characters were overflowing with booze. Whatever happened to the murderers? Another member wished the characters weren\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t so unattached to each other and hurtful in their constant coversations--too much talking and not enough doing. Other members agreed the book was interesting just to find how it ended.

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