Saturday, December 2, 2023

Get Your Copy of Wounded Tiger by T. Martin Bennett {+ Enter to Win} #woundedtiger #redemptionstory #historialfiction #bookstagram #christianbookstagram #woundedtigerstory @woundedtigerstory

**Book received for consideration. All opinions are my own.  

As the holidays approach, we're all on the hunt for the right gifts for under the tree. What do you get for the history buff on your list? Today I'm sharing a beautiful book that might just be perfect! Take a look:

About the Book:
Wounded Tiger is the true, character-driven story of the Japanese pilot who led the Pearl Harbor attack, an American prisoner of war, and a college girl who becomes the fulcrum of change in this epic book. Three incredibly different people's paths cross in ways so remarkable that it would be hard to believe if it weren't so well documented. This is a meticulously researched true story of hatred, love, revenge, and redemption.

To be honest, this isn't my typical read. While I enjoy reading books that are set during and around WWII, I tend to gravitate more towards fictional accounts than non-fiction. I also tend to prefer stories that don't focus on the actual battles and fighting. That's just my personal preferences though. When I was given the chance to check out the book for myself, I was excited to do so. Admittedly, at the time of the post, I have not actually read this book in its entirety. There is a LOT of book here! But what I have read has really impressed me! First and foremost, in some ways this reads more like a novel than most nonfiction books I've read in the past. The research behind it is evident, and the author does note that artistic license was necessary to recreate some scenes--- while still keeping historical accuracy. I personally appreciate that and know that the history buffs out there certainly will as well. Throughout the book there is a large variety of photographs and historical documents that add so much to the book... not just in reminding us that this is a true story, but also in again just showing how much research went into putting this together. 

Again, this isn't my usual read... but I know that those who love history are sure to appreciate this even more than I did!

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