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Save Word. This is most definitely Fly and her tigers story and what an unforgettable story it is: a story of entrapment and freedom; of cruelty and kindness; and, of despair and hope.
I adored Fly: ached at the cruelty she suffered; marvelled at her strength and courage; and admired her empathy, kindness and selflessness towards others.
Fly has had the most terrible start in This is an absolutely mesmerising and deeply moving story, which is unputdownable and will stay with me for a long time to come.
Whilst Fly does not believe that she is of royal blood, she does feel an affinity with the tiger and is neither scared of him nor surprised that she can communicate with him.
The tiger has made a decision to restore her to her throne in a faraway, exotic Kingdom, but Fly has also made a decision: to free him and all the other animals trapped in the London menagerie, and take them back to their home in that Kingdom.
Fly knows what it is to be trapped and crave freedom, so she immediately empathises with their plight. This endearing girl has had to learn to be tough on the outside in order to survive her harsh and cruel upbringing where she is shown no love by adults.
However, she is loved by an amazing group of street urchins who are the only family she knows. The relationship between Fly and her street urchin friends is incredibly heart-warming and touching as they support, protect and look out for each other; their camaraderie, with the utterly wonderful Gutterling language they use to communicate with, is just gorgeous which makes it all the more heart-breaking for Fly when she has to make an unbearably difficult decision… Fly is being hunted by some sinister and very dangerous figures in London, figures who appear to know more about her past than she does, and who have an interest not only in ensuring she never leaves London, but also in obtaining the dangerously alluring ruby which she possesses … so begins a daring journey towards freedom: a journey filled with danger, with discoveries, with joy, with heartache and with temptation … The genuine friendship between the tiger and Fly is enchanting.
He both comforts and chastises her; encourages her to hope; and, is willing to protect her selflessly whilst she blossoms in the feelings of warmth and protection engendered through their unconditional love for each other.
This is an utterly engrossing, magical story which at times broke my heart, then mended it before breaking it all over again … a truly special story which is unforgettable, absorbing and heartfelt.
Feb 03, WhatBookNext. Fly is under the control of Black Bill who runs a group of street urchins. Being small, Fly is the perfect chimney sweep.
When she sees her chance to escape her life of scraped elbows and knees, hunger and beatings, she doesnt plan to land inside a tigers cage.
This isnt just any tiger. It knows something about Fly that she doesnt. When it tastes her with a long lick, it feels something to be true.
Fly might be in ragged clothes, barefoot and filthy, but she has come from something much greater. When it tells Fly this she scoffs in her street slang, after never knowing anything else but dirt and hardship.
She vows to free this beautiful creature, and then the menagerie of animals she finds also locked in cages.
He knows who Fly really is and of the priceless treasure in her possession. He has his own magic and controls a small, menacing being to keep an eye on her at all times.
Can Fly escape their clutches, fulfill her promise to the animals, then get them all home to the island they came from?
Fly is a resourceful, tough but kind character, aching at the hurt in the caged animal faces and determined to do something about it.
The bond between her and the tiger is wonderful, and her interactions with the animals too. This language quirk of Fly just adds to the narrative, being often funny and descriptive.
Lots of animal action and adventure, ticking clock angst and a sea voyage too. Great read. Apr 07, Sophie Jones rated it liked it.
Fly is a chimney sweep who stumbles across a tiger who tells her she has royal blood. She then gets involved with a powerful sorcerer who is trying to take her back to her home as a prisoner.
Fly uses her unique gifts to free herself of the bad man, rescue the animals he stole and escape to her home country.
There she must overthrow the tyrant and reclaim her kingdom. Things I liked about this book were, it had a lot of character and heart.
Fly was a likeable character and the storyline was fun. The imagery was beautiful and the prose was superb! Things I didn't like were, the language was hard to follow as Fly does not use common English.
You have to be a very confident reader to understand some of what is being said or spend a while in the large glossary at the back of the book.
The plot is very slow which makes the book difficult to get into when paired with an MC who uses a lot of odd phrases.
The pacing of the novel was also askew as the plot seemed to take place largely in one area and then when the location moved to somewhere far more exciting the book was quickly wrapped up with a neat bow.
A bow which consisted of convenient coincidences. It seemed an odd choice as most of the story pays close attention to detail, storytelling and description but the end was rushed and threw all the great work away.
The book and plot felt like it should have been longer. Also, there were quite a few dark themes in this book with Fly starting off wanting to get herself eaten by a tiger, servants with their tongues cut out and then, later on, there was a lot of death!
It was a bit surprising how each dark theme seemed glossed over and yet appeared in a middle-grade book like it wasn't dark. The lack of attention or conversation about these dark themes made them seem like not a big deal I loved the world the author built, it was dark, magical and twisted and it seemed fun to explore.
However, for me, the ending felt rushed like the book didn't know where else to go. Jan 26, Nicole rated it really liked it. Fly is a chimneysweep.
She just landed in a tiger cage at the menagerie. Thinking its high time she got away from her employer she talks to herself.
The tiger talks back and tells her she has royal blood. Looking at the animals as she and the tiger escape Fly promises to come back and free them, to somehow get them home.
Things get faster as the tiger realises a dark magic follows fly. A golem knows her whereabouts which means there is a master somewhere wishing her ill.
With a fat man who has Fly is a chimneysweep. With a fat man who has delicately described feet after Fly she finds out she has a box that was left with her when they found her at the orphanage.
She is kidnapped whilst trying to get her box back and the young chimneysweep, mudlarks and street urchins work together to find out where she has been taken.
Alas her tiger is captured and it seems both of them will now find out the fate of a kingdom she never knew about.
I found the next part of the tale rather exciting. On a ship. Fly and the tiger having managed to escape and free the house servants and the menagerie animals are able to get the ship the fat man should have chartered.
With a young lad on board helping Fly learn the ropes all seems to be well until a black ship follows and the treasure Fly gave the captain pulls the men aboard to madness.
Shipwrecked and alone. Fly now has to find her way hopefully to a father who doesn't know she survived. Can she save her kingdom or is it too late?
This had a bittersweet ending but it was the right one. An enjoyable, magical adventure. Jan 10, Kathleen Dixon rated it it was amazing Shelves: db-reads , middle-fiction , historical-fiction , magic.
Who wouldn't want to be able to communicate with those magnificent creatures, the tiger? I think I fell in love with them when I first came across Blake's poem you know the one many, many years ago, and while all cats are fabulous to look at, for sheer beauty the tiger leaves them all behind.
This story is an adventure. The first half of the book has us in the city. Then from the streets and chimneys of Victorian London probably Victorian, but my history timescale isn't particularly good, so Who wouldn't want to be able to communicate with those magnificent creatures, the tiger?
Then from the streets and chimneys of Victorian London probably Victorian, but my history timescale isn't particularly good, so don't quote me we end up on the high seas travelling towards the tiger's home and the elephants' and the lions' and the zebras' and the camels' and the golden monkeys' and the brightly coloured birds' - and yes I know these creatures don't even live on the same continent as each other but this is fiction and not pretending to be historical fiction at all we can throw away my attempt at placing it in time earlier so it sits perfectly well with me that they share the one place of origin.
There's a lot in this book that evokes one's senses - the sights and the smells are particularly strong. I can't claim to be an expert on dialect, but Fly's voice is well-written and consistent.
The villain is excellently portrayed, and the touch of magic is just that right amount that hints at mysterious powers that exist in foreign countries.
Nicely done. Dec 19, Jess rated it liked it Shelves: netgalley-approved , own-kindle-copy. Her life changes when she drops into a cage that has a tiger in it.
The tiger bows to Fly, telling her that she has blue blood and is therefore royal. The tiger vows to restore Fly to her throne, but all Fly wants is to escape from her cruel boss.
Fly promises to free the tiger and the other caged animals, and ends up on a journey filled with danger. Will the tiger return home?
Is Fly really a princess? My main thought about Tiger Heart is that I really want a talking tiger as my friend. Tiger was my favourite character and I liked how he tried to protect Fly.
I liked Fly - she was brave and wanted to do the right thing. However, I did find the way she talked a bit annoying at times, but I know that Fly spoke that way because of the time period the book is set in.
The setting was interesting and I liked Fly's friendships with some other orphans. I liked the themes that the author wrote about and thought they were handled well.
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