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The Honesty of Tigers by David Bridger

The first thing I learned in reading The Honesty of Tigers was the meaning behind the title. Tigers, apparently, are the only big cats with markings on their skin that matches their fur. It seems an odd fact, but it … Continue reading

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Storywalker by David Bridger

I am a long-term fan of David Bridger’s writing, as you might recall from previous reviews of his work. Storywalker marks his second debut, this time as an indie author, and as much as any of his previous works, is … Continue reading

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Gifted by David Bridger

David Bridger is a very talented author whom I had the luck to encounter when he was just starting out. Since then, I have picked up most if not all of his titles, though I haven’t always had the chance … Continue reading

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Damage Control by David Bridger

Damage Control is a novella with enough going on to fill a novel and yet told with just the amount of detail necessary to feel complete. The world is intriguing, and clearly much bigger than what comes out in this … Continue reading

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Golden Triangle by David Bridger

Golden Triangle is the sequel to Quarter Square and the second in the Wild Times series, but though some of the events tie back, if you accept that Joe and Min are on the run, I think you can enjoy … Continue reading

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