The Tiger's Daughter

The Tiger's Daughter

Book - 2017
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When a dark force begins to overtake the crumbling border walls of the Hokkaran Empire, an infamous Qorin warrior and a spoiled divine warrior princess set out to save their people and fufill the prophecy made at their birth.
Publisher: New York : TOR, a Tom Doherty Associates Book, 2017
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9780765392534
Branch Call Number: FANT Rivera K
Characteristics: 526 pages : map ; 21 cm


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JessicaGma Sep 05, 2019

Queer fantasy set in Asiatic climes with two lady leaders - this is such a great book. Again, I had low expectations due to reading a few duds, but this was FABULOUS and I can hardly wait for the continuation of this series. There's so much that can happen here!

CMLibrary_akeller Jan 03, 2018

A fantasy book set in an Asian inspired world with two strong female warriors who are queer? Sign me up! Everything about this book made me so excited to read this book and it did not disappoint. The book is mostly a long letter written from Shefali to the empress, O-Shizuka talking about their experiences growing up together and trying to save the world from demons. The two of them come from entirely different worlds: Shefali is part of a nomadic group of people called the Qorin and Shizuka is heir to the conquering empire. However, their moms were best friends and they were destined to be best friends as well. The relationship between the two girls is the best part of the book. This is the first in the series and I'm looking forward to what comes next.

Dec 30, 2017

K. Arsenault Rivera is a new author for me and this is her first novel. It is a heroic coming of age story of two girls as they grow into women from when they meet at five years old, introduced by their mothers who are both old enemies and battle companions. There is a lot of backstory neatly embedded in the main story.

One protagonist is the niece (and heir to) the emperor of an empire based loosely on ancient china, and the other is the daughter of the (female) warlord of the neighbouring steppe nomads. Despite the ages of the protagonists for most of the novel it is not a child's book. They are both warriors fighting various types of demons and their growing up includes struggling against and then embracing their mutual sexual fascination.

The fantasy world is well developed enough that you will want to read more just to understand the background. I hope this develops in further books


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