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I know I sound as though I hated this book, but I honestly still had a fun time reading it for the most part. The chase is exciting, and takes the reader through a vast assortment of locations and sights.
From marketplaces to jungles and mountains, it never takes a moment to pause. Buddy read with Scrill! Check out her review! Jul 09, Sabrina marked it as to-read. This seems awesome. It seemed Kunal truly was her tiger at midnight, there to collect on her missteps. The old folktales never lied. Y'all, apparently this is a whopping pages???
But it truly, seriously only felt like about pages to me?? And I sped through this so quickly?? Life's wild when you're having the yes, I will be thinking about Kunal and Esha every single day for the rest of my life. Life's wild when you're having the most fun in your life!! Guys, friends, pals, please look at this cover and tell me that it isn't one of the most GORGEOUS things you've ever seen, because otherwise you're lying.
When I heard "cat-and-mouse relationship," I was here and I even sacrificed my own pride, my own nonexistent dignity to request this AGAIN on Edelweiss when I got denied the first time!!! Thank you to the publicist for taking pity on my pitiful and sad self, who just wanted to read a good romance fantasy. This is an ownvoices Indian-inspired fantasy that is undeniably amazing, although it was Honestly, I thought the plotline would be more of a ground-shaking political-centered one, but it's really more of a fun adventure across this gorgeous land while one trying to catch-the-other-but-not-really.
This featured glowing forests and military-torn villages and palaces and military grounds and I was just, in love. There's kind of a love triangle though!!! It's really small!! But it's there and it makes me sad because I actually quite like the second lead 3 Also, guess what!
Her primary weapons are two whips, and her first task is being entrusted to murder a general who just happens to be Kunal's uncle. Both Esha and Kunal faced devastation in their villages due to a military raid, but both have taken very different paths: Esha goes the way of the rebels, while Kunal dedicates his life to training as a soldier under the guidance of his uncle and helping King Vardaan.
Of course, Kunal is assigned to assassinate the Viper, but things go awry when they actually meet and come in contact. This was so easily readable and so addicting and just, so good, and I love it so much, and it's honestly one of the most underrated books, okay? Not only does it have a light plot full of shenanigans, a fun crew, banter, badass people being badass, and the Best Romance When I was only fifty percent in, I was thinking about what rating I would give it, and just There's no doubt in my mind.
The only negative thing I can think of is how I was slightly surprised by what the climax was because I was expecting a huger plotline to come into play, but like!!! It was still amazing. And I adore both characters, and I would read a page book by Swati if she wrote one. I was surprised by this book.
I went in with low expectations. No fears. This book did not disappoint me. It was just what I needed. I really enjoyed Swati Teedhala's writing, from her characterizations to the world she had created for this book.
The political, cultural and mythological backgrounds of this story are well defined, and it was so great to see a non-Western basis for a fantasy. I wish I knew what political period in India's history Swati Teerdhala was using as her inspir 4. I wish I knew what political period in India's history Swati Teerdhala was using as her inspiration as this story. I really liked the main characters Esha, the legendary Viper, a rebel and an assassin, and Kunal, a highly trained soldier.
The characters are on opposing sides of a conflict, where the royal family of Dharka was murdered in a coup ten years before the story's open by military leaders of the land Kunal fights for, Jansa. Dharka is currently suffering from a drought, which started with the murder of its former Queen.
Essa and Kunal meet on an evening and the two flirt a little, then part. Esha continues onto her job, which is to kill the General, but discovers someone has already done so and framed the Viper. She flees.
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The next morning, Kunal discovers that his uncle the General, is murdered, and that the Viper is the culprit. Very soon after, Kunal and three other soldiers are tasked with hunting down the Viper. Soon, Kunal is in pursuit of Esha, as he's a little smarter than his compatriots, and has figured out that the pretty girl he met the night before his uncle's death is probably the Viper. I liked how the author handled Esha and Kunal. Too often, I find characters in YA stories tend to do really dumb things, repeatedly.
Here, the two didn't fall into that pattern, and when they did do something foolish, realized and tried to change their behaviour.
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And even though the two were attracted to one another from their first meeting, they weren't pledging undying love to one another two seconds later. In fact, their feelings developed slowly and believably over their many encounters during their chase across Jansa and Dharka. The leads' conflicted feelings for each other and for their respective political situations was also believable, without abrupt, unearned turnarounds. They both behaved true to their natures, and I liked the respect each felt for the other, even while they continued to spar.
Also, though this is a fantasy, the fantastical elements had a relatively small presence, and when they finally were brought to the fore, they did not overwhelm the characters' interplay. And that's where this book totally shines. The characters and the writing kept me reading till the end, and I'm so glad that there is more to this story.
Jul 06, Beatrice in Bookland marked it as dnf Shelves: arcs. No killing you in your sleep, soldier. You let me live and I did the same. Now catch me if you can.
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I decided to stop reading The tiger at midnight because every single chapter I've read was so full of info-dumping that it felt like I was studying instead of reading. No thanks. But I have read just a few chapters so I'm not going to give a rating, it wouldn't make sense. I hope you all will enjoy this more than me! I highly enjoyed the atmosphere, the characters and most of the plot, so let's dig into this review!
What is this book about?
Esha, the legendary assassin by the name of the Viper is out for revenge. Her mission: to kill the milita read the full review on my blog: here! Her mission: to kill the military general.
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