The Tygrine Cat on the Run

Long before humans walked the earth, there were two tribes of cats the Sa Mau of the Nile Delta, and the Abyssinia Tygrine from ancient Nubia Armed with mysterious powers, the ruthless Sa sought to crush the Tygrine and condemn all cats to darkness Even those who believe the legend claim the tribes became extinct 9,000 years ago with the domestication of cats They areLong before humans walked the earth, there were two tribes of cats the Sa Mau of the Nile Delta, and the Abyssinia Tygrine from ancient Nubia Armed with mysterious powers, the ruthless Sa sought to crush the Tygrine and condemn all cats to darkness Even those who believe the legend claim the tribes became extinct 9,000 years ago with the domestication of cats They are mistaken Mati lives among the street cats at Cressida Lock But Mati is different he is a Tygrine, the last of his kind The Suzerain, his implacable foe, has set a murderous creature on his trail As a shadow falls over Cressida Lock, the young cat must find the strength to lead his friends from danger In this heart stopping sequel to The Tygrine Cat, Mati must pass through three gates of the feline spirit realm and confront his enemies The first gate takes him to a place of chaos and flame the second to the ancient land of his ancestors the last to the world of memory, where his fallen friends remain Can cruelty and despair crush Mati s will or is there an even greater power at work
The Tygrine Cat on the Run Long before humans walked the earth there were two tribes of cats the Sa Mau of the Nile Delta and the Abyssinia Tygrine from ancient Nubia Armed with mysterious powers the ruthless Sa sought to cr

  • Title: The Tygrine Cat on the Run
  • Author: Inbali Iserles
  • ISBN: 9781406320176
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Tygrine Cat on the Run”

    1. The sequel to the Tygrine Cat is exciting, thrilling and rather saddening at some places. Chased by evil forces Mati convinces his small group of feral cats to run away before evil strikes. On a long and arduous journey, full of action, horror and fear, I was entranced and fully enjoying this fast-paced novel. I highly recommend it to all; but make sure you read the Tygrine Cat first.

    2. Just like the first book, the characters and development throughout the whole book was amazing. I enjoyed every plot twist that came up, and I strongly felt all the emotions of the characters. I liked this sequel better because the main character was smarter (character development,) and it was easier to understand. Action was bigger in this book, and I enjoyed every moment of it. Definitely something I would be able to read again.

    3. Fast paced story. Unpredictable ending but not interesting enough. Hopefully there is a second book because in this one, only the assassin was killed but the mastermind is still there.

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