Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Young physician navigating postwar chaos in the Balkans tries to make sense of the mysterious death of her beloved grandfather.En route to a rural orphanage with plans on inoculating a group of motherless local kids, 28-year-old Natalia gets the sudden, sad news that her grandfather, a well-respected doctor, has passed away. That he died far from home, in a village that appears on no map, raises ... Read full review

Review: The Tiger's Wife

Editorial Review - - Melanie Smith

"Everything necessary to understand my grandfather lies between two stories: the story of the tiger's wife, and the story of the deathless man. These stories run like secret rivers through all the other stories of his life of my grandfather's days in the army; his great love for my grandmother; the years he spent as a surgeon and a tyrant of the University. One, which I learned after his death, is ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lynn Anglebrandt - Goodreads

The Tiger's Wife is a literary feast that combines love and family with the legends and myths of our elders and communities. The story oscillates between the real life of a Young Doctor named Natalia ... Read full review

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User Review  - Matt - Goodreads

I thought this was a perfectly competent and kind of mediocre book. I like the idea of it-- three separate levels of story unfolding over the course of a single novel. There's the story of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jennifer Hufford - Goodreads

I cannot believe that, with a book like Tea Obreht's THE TIGER'S WIFE, the Pulitzer committee couldn't pick a winner this year. I confess, though I read half of Swamplandia (and abandoned it out of ... Read full review

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