It’s about a Siberian tiger that is attacking villagers and the team pursuing it through the harsh, bitter forests of the Russian taiga.
An epigraph to one of the chapters is a Russian proverb:
“Men carry their superiority inside; animals outside.”
Do you need the big and the best and the most expensive? Or are they just vehicles for you to assert your dominance and show your authority?
Do you try hard to stand out? Are your patterns of thought, your words and your actions not enough to do that for you?
Are you an animal? One who displays his superiority through his possessions and his position.
Or are you a man? One who reveals his strength through the depth of his character and the kindness in his heart?