The Tiger Thief by Michaela Clarke

The Tiger Thief

Written by Michaela Clarke

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June 2013 Debut of the Month An exciting adventure story about a circus boy and his tiger, Emira. When Emira is stolen, Sharat is desperate to find her and embarks on a dangerous quest to get her back. The novel will amaze and delight everyone who loves an absorbing story. Wonderfully told with beautiful descriptive prose, this a great debut which will appeal to both girls and boys.

A Piece of Passion from Kirsty Stansfield, Nosy Crow Fiction “Tiger Thief is a really splendid novel. It's got everything – adventure, intrigue, magic, exoticism, myth, romance... And, most importantly, a beautiful white tiger and the boy who loves and loses her. Will he find her again?
The joy is in finding out...”


The Tiger Thief by Michaela Clarke

Sharat and his majestic white tiger, Emira, are two halves of the same soul. The thought of being separated is unbearable. So when Emira mysteriously disappears in the middle of their circus act, Sharat is devastated. He's also determined to get her back, despite the force of the Empire being ranged against him. His journey will be perilous and revealing, and shot through with magic.

About the Author

Michaela Clarke

Michaela Clarke is a yoga teacher in London. She practises yoga and meditation but she also loves to sing and dance with her friends, paint pictures and go for long walks in nature.

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320 pages
Interest Age: From 9


Michaela Clarke
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Nosy Crow Ltd

Publication date

6th June 2013




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