What Readers Say …

peonies and butterfly by Nicki Chen

What readers say about Tiger Tail Soup.

“A touching and poetic story about courage, resilience and the enduring power of love.”

Jocelyn Eikenburg, award-winning blogger at www.speakingofchina.com

“Fascinating, stunning, brilliantly crafted. Tiger Tail Soup is now at the top of my must-read list for friends and book-club members.”

Sally Stiles, author of three books, including Plunge!, a memoir

“The reader will immediately feel swept away into a lush part of China that is mostly unknown to the outside world. Nicki Chen provides a fresh new voice in the field of China literature.”

Susan Blumberg-Kason, author of Good Chinese Wife: A Cross-Cultural Memoir.

“Taking us on a journey from Kulangsu, the Island of Pianos, through the pages of history, Ms. Chen instructs, entertains, and woos us with her stylistic prose.”

Emily Hill, author of Ghosts of White Raven Estate

“ … details that put the reader in an exotic culture yet resonate with feelings we all share.”

Sunny Strong, former member of the American Library Association Newbery and Caldecott book award committees

“ … an absorbing story that transports the reader to the time of the Japanese occupation of China in WWII.”

Kizzie Elizabeth Jones, award winning author of How Dachshunds Came to Be: A Tall Tale about a Short Long Dog

“ … reminds me of The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck because of its authentic voice.”

Mary McGoffin, author of Under the Red Roof: One Hundred Years at Northern State Hospital

For longer reviews of Tiger Tail Soup, visit Amazon.com.

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