Tiger, Tiger

Tiger, Tiger: A Memoir

Non-Fiction, Biography & Memoir, Literary Biography & Memoir
Paperback Published on: 31/03/2011
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I still think about Peter, the man I loved most in the world, all the time. At two in the afternoon, when he would come and pick me up and take me for rides; at five, when I would read to him, head on his chest; in the despair at seven p.m., when he would hold me and rub my belly for an hour; in the despair again at nine p.m. when we would go for a night ride, down to the Royal Cliffs Diner in Englewood Cliffs where I would buy a cup of coffee with precisely seven sugars and a lot of cream. We were friends, soul mates and lovers. I was seven. He was fifty-one.

  • Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
  • ISBN: 9780241950159
  • Number of pages: 336
  • Weight: 248g
  • Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 19 mm

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Tiger, Tiger
Not for the faint hearted
The subject matter of this book makes it feel wrong to say I 'enjoyed' it. Personally I could only read it in small chunks but at the same time had to keep... READ MORE
Tiger, Tiger
brilliant, disturbing, evocative
Simply a must read for anyone with children or caring for children or involved with children in any capacity. Every parent should read it and learn from it... READ MORE
The Moff
Tiger, Tiger
Page turner!
Knowing the subject matter of Tiger, Tiger, I was unsure what to expect. I was expecting a very grim story which would be difficult to read. As it turned ... READ MORE
Tiger, Tiger
A difficult but important read.
TIger, Tiger is some memoir. The reader knows beforehand that it is the story of Peter's abuse of the author from an early age for a number of years, but, ... READ MORE
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Tiger Tiger
This book was absolutely great! It took me only a few days to read, altough a little uncomfortable at times because of the subject matter, I was unable to ... READ MORE
Tiger, Tiger
A compulsive read
I had forgotten that I had put myself forward to review this book and when it came I was not sure given the subject matter. However when I started reading ... READ MORE
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Tiger, Tiger: Fearful Commentary
When I received this book I knew that it would be a very difficult book to review; my instinct was proved to be accurate, sadly not because of the subject ... READ MORE
Ian McL
Tiger, Tiger
Dark, insightful & daunting
‘Tiger, Tiger’ by Margeaux Fragoso is a visceral, haunting and true story of the time the author spent from the age of seven until her early twenties in th... READ MORE
Tiger, Tiger
This is an excellent memoir!
I was asked to review this book by Waterstones. I was unsure whether I would be able to read the book, because of the subject matter involved. I was pleas... READ MORE
Tiger, Tiger
Hard but necessary reading.
This book unravels the relationship between Margaux and her friend Peter, who is a paedophile. It shows the deception and lies used by him to "normalise" h... READ MORE
Tiger, Tiger
Hauntingly worrying
A book that although very controversial, needs to be read. A memoir of a very real relationship, that lasts 15 years, between a paedophile and a young girl... READ MORE
Tiger, Tiger
A fascinating and disturbing read
Margaux Fragoso is an incredibly talented writer, and an incredibly brave woman, to have published this piece of work. She has somehow allowed the reader t... READ MORE