The past few days, I have been flipping through an extremely fascinating book called Wounded Tiger by T. Martin Bennett. This book is the true story of the pilot who let the attack on Pearl Harbor. I haven’t had the chance to read it in full yet, but I’m eager to dive into it. The main reason I haven’t had the chance to read it is that my children love history! They’ve all run off with the book, leaving me to scramble to get my hands on it. They are loving reading more about Pearl Harbor and this amazing story.
For starters, I was really surprised how big the book is! I was quite overwhelmed at first, however flipping through, I found that a lot of the book consists of photos and maps to greater understand the story. In fact, there are over 300 photos/letters/maps/images included. Wounded Tiger includes historically accurate perspectives of the Pacific War from both the Japanese and American sides
I can’t wait to finish reading!
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.
For more information, you can visit the Wounded Tiger website. On the website, you can even read the first few chapters for free!
There is also a giveaway listed at Blessed Freebies that you may want to enter for your chance to win.