Center for Fiction First Novel Prize Finalist
Named to Kirkus Reviews Best Books
Gold Winner Nautilus Book Awards
Gripping, suspenseful, and unflinching, Tiger Pelt is a story of rebirth from the rubble of a savage time and a ravaged place: Korea during the Japanese occupation followed by the Korean War. A farm boy embarks on a quest that propels him on an odyssey spanning the Korean peninsula and crossing the Pacific. In a parallel life, a beautiful young girl is kidnapped and forced to work as a comfort woman for the Japanese military. During a raging monsoon, the two souls will collide in a near-death encounter that will alter the course of their lives.
Foreword Reviews INDIES Book of the Year Award Finalist for Historical Fiction
Independent Publisher Book Awards, Bronze Medal for Historical Fiction
IBPA Ben Franklin Awards, Silver Winner for Best First Book
NIEA Finalist for Literary Fiction, Finalist for Contemporary Novel
Global Ebook Awards Gold Medal for Historical Literature, Gold Medal for Multicultural Literature
Readers Favorite Annual Book Awards, Silver Medal for Fiction-Drama
IAN Book of the Year Award Finalist for Literary/General Fiction
Best Book Awards Finalist for Best New Fiction, Finalist for Historical Fiction
Leaf Land, 9780997609004, 362pp.
Publication Date: January 9, 2017