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Tiger's Voyage: Tiger's Curse: Book Three (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Colleen Houck

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Epic, grand adventure rolled into a sweeping love story . . . (Sophie Jordan, author of Firelight)

'Not since the Twilight books has a series gripped me so intensely. Colleen Houck is a natural storyteller, who binds you into her web of adventure, keeping your interest locked all the way through until the end. This book is just as well paced and original as the first two in the series. I don't think you can read this series without falling under this author's spell.' (Serendipity Reviews)

Not since the Twilight books has a series gripped me so intensely. Colleen Houck is a natural storyteller, who binds you into her web of adventure, keeping your interest locked all the way through until the end. This book is just as well paced and original as the first two in the series. I don't think you can read this series without falling under this author's spell. (Serendipity Reviews)

This suspenseful tale of love, sacrifice, and redemption is not to be missed. (overflowinglibrary.com on TIGER'S QUEST)

Colleen Houck is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors . . . If you haven't started this series yet then it's one I would highly recommend. (feelingfictional.com on TIGER'S QUEST)

There is so much going on within each chapter which keeps you rooted to your seat. (serendipityteacher.blogspot.com on TIGER'S QUEST)

I have fallen deeply in love (and lust) with Prince Dhiren (Ren). (eatingyabooks.blogspot.com on TIGER'S CURSE)

If you are a fan of Stephenie Meyer or Amy Plum, you will love Colleen Houck! (thepewterwolf.blogspot.com on TIGER'S CURSE)

It's been a while since I've been THIS excited about a book or a series, but Tiger's Curse really just has it all. (flutteringbutterflies.com)

'I was wrapped up in the sweet romance and heart-pounding adventure of Tiger's Curse. I found myself cheering, squealing and biting my nails - all within a few pages. In short, it was magical.' (Becca Fitzpatrick, author of Hush Hush)

'Entrenched in the rich culture, history, mythology, and imagery of India. The exotic setting only enhances the deliciously romantic scenes. The book is as romantic as it is adventurous. . . it could easily be the next big thing.' (evesfangarden.com on TIGER'S CURSE)

An epic love triangle that kept me eagerly turning the pages! (Alexandra Monir, author of Timeless)

Présentation de l'éditeur

With the head-to-head battle against the villainous Lokesh behind her, Kelsey confronts a new heartbreak: in the wake of his traumatic experience, her beloved Ren no longer remembers who she is. As the trio continues their quest by challenging five cunning and duplicitous dragons, Ren and Kishan once more vie for her affections - leaving Kelsey more confused than ever. Fraught with danger, filled with magic, and packed with romance, Tiger's Voyage brings Kelsey and her two tiger princes one step closer to breaking the curse.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 3451 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 551 pages
  • Editeur : Hodder & Stoughton (10 novembre 2011)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B005SZ0VZQ
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Kelsey almost ruined this book 4 janvier 2012
Par Reviewer Girl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Maybe Kelsey will turn out to actually be a goddess. That will explain why almost every man, woman, and supernatural being she meets thinks she's so wonderful that she can easily manipulate them.

Tiger's Voyage opens with Ren rescued but suffering from soap opera-worthy ailments: amnesia about his love for Kelsey and having her touch cause him physical pain. Sooo, for the first third of the book we get an annoying back-and-forth of Kelsey and Ren alternatively pining or trying to make the other jealous. Then, FINALLY, we get to the fighting, curse breaking, and dragons.

I keep wishing that the only other female in the series, Nilima, would get to be a full character with more than two lines per book. She's supposedly super beautiful but hasn't held either Ren or Kishan's attention. She could pull an older sister role and tell Kelsey to stop being an idiot and be brave enough to commit to loving Ren. But no. Nilima doesn't get an interesting role. The only real thing she gets to do, for no apparent reason, is to literally fast on behalf of Kelsey's love life.

If only her sacrifice would make the excessive drama stop.

Tiger's Voyage sure has a truckload of drama and tension. But romance? Eh, not so much. Book one dripped with Ren's devoted first love and book two smoldered with Kishan's temptation. Sadly, Kishan loses his bad-boy, sexy, teasing self in book three and becomes Kelsey's quiet, jealous, boring fallback boyfriend. The poor guy is whipped in the worst way.

Sure, Ren pulls some awesome romance while he has amnesia and he does have some swoon-worthy lines after he recovers, but I wasn't big on him switching between hot and cold with Kelsey. Not that her choices help the matter. In this series, Kelsey is the epitome of a confusing girl who throws guys mixed messages. The minute you think she's finally figured it out- bam! She goes against her own heart. Sorry, but being an orphan is not a viable excuse for her irrational choices.

So you may be wondering why I'm still reading this series if the main character bothers me so much. It's because book one, except for Kelsey running away to Oregon in the end, was so much fun! I still love the suspense, fantastic settings, and magic of this series. Romance can be great too, but forcing the tension with love triangles takes away from the love. What's so bad about two characters being together, in a semi-normal relationship? Let me tell you, steady dating doesn't make tension and sexiness disappear.

I've marked my calendar for the Tiger's Destiny release in September. Here's hoping that the petty teen drama will cease and we'll have all the fantasy action with the happy, romantic ending we all want.
23 internautes sur 26 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Wishy-Washy 7 décembre 2011
Par Keely Ann - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
I finished Tiger's Voyage, the third novel in Colleen Houck's series, a couple of weeks ago, so needless to say, this review is a long time coming. This book had all the emotional turbulence of the ocean during a hurricane and it brought me mixed feelings - I'm not sure whether I really enjoyed it or I just couldn't stop reading because I needed to find out what happened next.

The story brings another impossible task to the table as it continues with Kelsey's, Ren's, and Kishan's struggle to break the curse that turns the men into beasts. This book began pretty slow, revolving mostly around the personal turmoil between Kelsey, Ren, and Kishan and briefly touching on their preparations to overcome the "dragons." The story seems to be moving its focus from breaking the curse to centralizing on Kelsey's choice between Ren and Kishan. The entire book is filled with this back-and-forth drama as Kelsey continuously denies her true heart.

***Brief Vent*** Kelsey is so unbelievably ridiculous in justifying her decision that I wish I could physically slap her selfish face. She is so hypocritical, acting in the exact same way that she says she despises. I do love, however, how Ren calls her out on her choices and behavior. I'm glad I'm not the only one who sees her childishness, and I hope Ren can one day help her to grow up. ***

The writing style which had drastically improved in the second book unfortunately digressed back to the style of the first book. It was difficult to read sometimes and I'd find myself skimming over paragraphs describing in intricate detail what the group had decided to eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks in between. I don't know what happened or why the author decided to revert back to her initial style, but the promise I saw from the second book is dwindling.

Which is so sad!!! I love what the story is based on and the history and mythology it revolves around. There is so much research accomplished that the reader can really involve themselves within the mythology and the basis of the curse. The idea is so awesome and the brothers, Ren and Kishan, are such lovable characters - I think they are what keep me going.

As annoyed as I was sometimes with Kelsey and the writing style of Tiger's Voyage, I will undoubtedly read the next book in the series. I can't deny that Colleen Houck has something amazing in her stories - sometimes it just takes a little patience.
15 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Library Lady Hylary - Best installment in this series so far! 2 novembre 2011
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
After Ren's memory loss following his rescue in Tiger's Quest, Kelsey must work to make the prince fall in love with her all over again if she is going to keep her growing feelings for his brother, Kishan, at bay. Matters are complicated when Mr. Kadam unravels the next portion of their journey: retrieving Durga's mystical pearl necklace located in the mysterious Seventh Pagoda. In order the reach the Pagoda, the group must travel by sea, seeking instruction from the five dragons who know how to reach the necklace. The journey will become increasingly more risky, but not quite as dangerous as the growing tension between Kelsey and Ren as she becomes closer to Kishan.

As is often the case with series, some installments are better than others. This third book in Houck's best-selling Tiger's Curse series is, in many ways, the most enjoyable yet. The characters have already been firmly established and Houck has done an excellent job of acquainting the reader with the setting and ins and outs of the often complicated journey of Kelsey, Ren and Kishan. Although the next phase of the quest to break the centuries long curse is even more elaborate than in the previous two novels, it is also more original and entertaining. The love-triangle between Kelsey and the two princes is really at the forefront of the storyline, and Houck does a good job of creating a growing sense of tension throughout the novel. Coping with Ren's memory loss was an excellent way to keep the romance between Ren and Kelsey interesting. Houck also introduces other characters that compete with Kelsey for Ren's affections and vice versa, adding another layer to the thickening plot. Overall, this third installment in the series greatly improves upon the second, and leaves the reader with a cliffhanger that will surely keep anticipation for the fourth novel running high.

I was a bit hard on the second installment in this series, but was pleasantly surprised to find that I enjoyed this third novel quite a bit. I still find some elements of the story to be a bit on the melodramatic or cheesy side, but I think that, overall, the author does a good job of mixing romance with adventure. I really grew to like Kelsey more in this novel, and think that Houck has done a good job of developing the characters. I am really looking forward to the next novel.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Courtesy of the Figment Review at Figment[dot]Com 9 décembre 2011
Par The Figment Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
By Kay Fraser

I'll cut to the chase: I'm a HUGE fan of this series. I have been counting down the days until this release, and I was freaked I had to wait till November. Waiting for this felt like a punishment because I love the series so much. But I was so scared to start reading.

There is a reason for my anxiety: the ending of the previous book in the series, Tiger's Quest, left most readers with a weird feeling at the pit of their stomach, me included. Why? Because those last ten pages are written so soulfully that every reader is transported back to the moment of her own first heartbreak.

There is nothing harder than trying to move past one's first real heartache. For me, well--it was bad. I was 17, and I really thought he was IT, but I got it all wrong. When things ended, it was hard to think, to breathe, to eat--nothing could make that sick feeling go away. So for me, Kelsey's heartache hit home. And I was so nervous to start Tiger's Voyage because I wondered how Kelsey would cope with the fact that the person she loves doesn't remember her at all. For Kelsey in the opening of Tiger's Voyage, it's like nothing ever happened between her and Ren; like she never existed. Nothing registers: no pet names, no memories, nada.

So Ren moves on.

It always sucks when you're not the one boarding the moving on train. Kelsey is such a human character that I ached for her as I was reading; I felt sick for Kels and for me.

Kelsey can't move on yet, because the quest requires her attention. So she does her best to deal with the Rajaram brothers: her ex, Ren, whose polite, uninterested conversation is heart wrenching, and her wannabe beau, Kishan, who pushes Kelsey's walls down every chance he gets.

But there is a secret behind Ren's amnesia--it's the secret behind his locked memories and knee-jerk reactions, the way Kelsey's touch pains him, the way her heart beats faster every time she's near him. There is a secret reason for their connection that feeds Kelsey's power. Shouldn't that connection be the guide for every decision? After so many mistakes? So much heartache? Shouldn't they trust it? But instead, the love triangle tightens from every angle, securing itself, and the plot thickens. Such a strong development makes my heart twist for all three of them.

But it's not all heartache--it's a voyage. In this adventure, the crew is hunting for the next piece of the puzzle: Durga's pearl necklace. But to do it, they need the help of five mystical Chinese dragons. To seek these creatures, they'll travel under water and through the sky, facing mermaids, hunters, dragons, ice kingdoms, jungles, goddesses, sharks, whales--you name it. Kelsey and the boys are forced to overcome deadly wounds, jealousy, awakenings, declarations, fights, arguments, and undying passion.

And if you are wondering how the book left me ... well, Colleen did her job. I'm officially counting down to the next release: Tiger's Destiny, coming in July 2012. I strongly suggest you read these books if you love fantasy and have an eager imagination. Tiger's Voyage is available in stores today. You don't want to miss out

This is a book for serious dreamers who want to discover new heights. Are you that reader? I would love to hear your thoughts!
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Plot amazing, interpersonal skills non-existant. 3 janvier 2012
Par justareader - Publié sur Amazon.com
The Tiger Saga is a series I picked up recently, thus I was able to read the first three books in rapid succession. First and foremost, the legend and rich cultural details are amazing. The author has an incredible imagination with the writing her third book with the primary theme of finding Durga's necklace. The tests and trials the characters face are beautifully described and gripping. The tigers themselves are so much fun to read about as they grow and rise to every occasion.

But then there is Kelsey. My goodness, this book could teach a relationship course about how to NOT treat anyone! I honestly lost track of who our heroine was dating. A woman who flops between any two men, let alone brothers needs to be smacked and permanently booted off the adventure. Does anyone think Deschen would still approve of this potential daughter-in-law?! What's more, Kelsey has at least three epiphanies about who she "should" be with. SPOILER: Choosing a man to be with because you don't love him enough for him to hurt you is juvenile and utterly selfish. Stop trying to love these tigers, Kelsey, you only seem to hurt them more. Sorry to rant, but at one point I missed Brandi and her two forkfulls of lettuce. I am officially team Parvati and Kishan who is the reincarnated Shiva, and Ren and Nilima.

Okay, despite not liking the main character, the adventure aspect is still worth reading. Just plan on skimming the endless "love" triangle, unless you enjoy animal cruelty.
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