By J. A. Mills
Blood of the Tiger takes readers on a wild trip to save lots of one of many world’s rarest animals from a band of chinese language billionaires.
Many humans imagine wild tigers are at the street to restoration, yet they're in higher risk than ever—from a threat few specialists observed coming.
there's purely 3 thousand wild tigers left within the whole global. extra stunning is the truth that two times that many—some six thousand—have been bred on farms, now not for normal medication yet to provide a luxury-goods that secretly sells tiger-bone wine, tiger-skin décor, and unique food loved via China’s elite.
20 years in the past, foreign flora and fauna investigator J. A. turbines went undercover to show undergo farming in China and came across the plot to show tigers into not anything greater than farm animals. therefore starts off the tale of a private campaign during which generators mobilizes foreign forces to evoke the area to a conspiracy so pervasive that it threatens each final tiger within the wild.
during this memoir of triumph, heartbreak, and geopolitical intrigue, generators and a number of heroic comrades attempt to thwart a chinese language cadre’s plan to release billion-dollar industries banking at the extinction of not only wild tigers but additionally elephants and rhinos. Her trip takes her throughout Asia, into the jungles of India and Nepal, to Russia and Africa, touring through potential from elephant again to presidential motorcade, within the corporation of man-eaters, motion picture stars, and international leaders. She unearths reason behind desire within the expanding variety of chinese language who don't need the blood of the final wild tigers to stain their loved tradition and motherland.
Set opposed to the backdrop of China’s ascendance to international dominance, Blood of the Tiger tells of an international struggle to rein within the forces of greed on behalf of 1 of the world’s such a lot precious and endangered animals.