Just like it says in the headline. If you aren’t familiar, you could read any or all of these:

The Tiger’s Wife by Tea Obreht

The Tiger’s Wife by Tea Obreht Part One

The Tigers Wife by Tea Obreht Part Two

The Tiger’s Wife by Tea Obreht Part Three

Interview with Tea Obreht

Here’s part of what the Orange Prize Site has to say:

Bettany Hughes, Chair of Judges, said: “‘The Tiger’s Wife is an exceptional book and Téa Obreht is a truly exciting new talent. Obreht’s powers of observation and her understanding of the world are remarkable. By skillfully spinning a series of magical tales she has managed to bring the tragedy of chronic Balkan conflict thumping into our front rooms with a bittersweet vivacity.”

She continues, “The book reminds us how easily we can slip into barbarity, but also of the breadth and depth of human love. Obreht celebrates storytelling and she helps us to remember that it is the stories that we tell about ourselves, and about others, that can make us who we are and the world what it is.”