Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Review of David Bridger's "The Honesty of Tigers"




How would you like to live your life over again? Surely there are things you would do differently, especially if you could go through a second time knowing how things went originally. It’s like the old Midwestern US saying: If I knew then what I know now…

Well, David Bridger outdid himself addressing this very issue in “The Honesty of Tigers”.

I have actually been stewing a few days since finishing the book, unsure what to write in a review. Obviously I enjoyed reading. But what can I say without spoiling any of the surprises? Well, that decided me to write nothing more about the plot.

Buy this Book. Keep your mind open to the plentiful twists. And enjoy.

ou can find the book here (USA) and here (UK).


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9 comments:

  1. Yikes. Doing a life over? Not sure anyone should want that.

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    1. I know what you mean. There may be things I'd like to change, but that's about it. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Sounds really interesting. Off to check it out. Thanks for sharing, Darla.

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    1. I hope you read and enjoy, my dear. It's really an interesting book. Best wishes!

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  3. Well, you pulled me in. Its on my list now.

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    1. I hope you enjoy the read, my dear. Thank you for the boost! Best wishes to you.

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  4. I think the thing is that the first time you made a different decision, the entire future would change so from that point on your choices would be irrelevant. Interesting concept.

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    1. Compelling notion, like in "The Butterfly Effect". Have you seen that movie? I adore it. Thanks for weighing in!

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