Book Review: Tigers in Red Weather by Liza Klaussmann
Just finished this the other day, and it’s another goodie (I’ve been three for three so far this trip!).
The book is in five parts, each from a different character’s point of view. It jumps around in time a bit too, from the 40s to the 60s. The story takes place largely in a summer house, ‘Tiger House’ on an island in the Eastern US, and many gin and tonics are consumed as the drama unfolds.
I liked this book because as you get through it, more light is shed on events only touched on from another character’s perspective. The main characters are also really good. None are perfect, and it’s interesting to see how they evolve through the story.
It’s a good summer read. And make sure you’ve got the gin chilling before starting this because you’ll be craving a few cocktails. Trust me.Comments powered by Disqus