A rumble in the jungle!
India, 1857. Just when Tremal-Naik’s life was getting back to normal, the Thugs of the Kali cult return to exact their revenge by kidnapping his daughter Darma. Summoned by Kammamuri, Sandokan and Yanez immediately set sail for India to help their loyal friend. But the evil sect knows of their arrival and thwarts them at every turn. Have our heroes finally met their match? It’s the Tiger of Malaysia versus the Tiger of India in a fight to the death!
Selected by Julia Eccleshare as one of the 1001 Children's Books You Must Read Before You Grow Up.
"Great all-round entertainment! Sandokan: The Two Tigers is great entertainment for adventure enthusiasts of all ages." ~Victor Rodriguez, Reviewer on Amazon.com, July 19, 2018
"THIS BOOK WAS ORIGINALLY RECOMMENDED BY A HOMESCHOOLER IN FLORIDA. I BOUGHT ALL FOUR IN THE SERIES FOR MY SON, SO THE REVIEW BELOW IS WRITTEN BY A 14-YEAR-OLD LIVING IN NORWAY.
I like the book because it has amazing plots of cunning and genious. You also learn about Malaysians, Indians and a couple of other cultures. When you start a book with pirates as main characters, you expect a lot of "arr, shiver me timbers" but this one is completely different. I think maybe the pirates in the Carribean are the ones that say those things but these Asian pirates are on the other side of the world and are a little less trite. Not only are there tiger and rhino hunts but they also have courageous battles against stranglers. It's super fun reading it." Mary Jack, Reviewer on Amazon, October, 18, 2008
"Wild adventure, fights against incredible odds, nefarious enemies and courageous, brawny allies make this another wondeIf you're partial to some excellent no-holds-barred adventure fiction, swashbuckling pirate tales, grisly cults, hair's breadth escapes, exotic locations and the like, The Tigers of Mompracem and his 'mates' are certainly items to add to your 'to read' list." ~George Dodds, Sfsite.com
"A good book about pirates, adventures in India and the searching of the worst enemy of Sandokan, who had the little daughter of Sandokan's wife cousin and his best friend. The story is very well narrated and you learn a little bit of history in a different way, because it's set during the Sepoy-rebellion." ~Bess, Goodreads
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