L Brunker, January 30, 2013 (view all comments by L Brunker)
This is an incredible series and this particular book is very enchanting. It keeps you motivated to continue reading with its excitement and intrigue. The first three books get the reader addicted and interested in the life of the lead character Kelsey and how she interacts with two Indian princes (from India not native american). The series works on breaking a curse the two brothers are stuck in and the romantic interest is very addictive. Keeps you rooting for the good guys, booing the bad guy and enjoying the thrill of adventure and mystical intrigue. If you liked the "Twilight" series and/or the "Percy Jackson" series. You will like these a lot!
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veraycarter, January 30, 2013 (view all comments by veraycarter)
This is the 4th book in the Tiger's Curse series and is by far the best one. Actually each one just keeps getting better as the series goes along. The Characters grow and develop through out the series and in this one the main character Kelsey finally finds herself and becomes the great person everyone knows she can be, but she doesn't see. Their are a lot of trials and things to overcome, but she rises to the challenge and does everything that she needs to do to save her tigers. The ending is great, but sad in some ways. There are still so many questions left unanswered with this book which should be answered in the concluding book Tiger's Dream. I can't wait to read it! :)
daojessie, January 3, 2013 (view all comments by daojessie)
This is an AMAZING BOOK. This was one of the best books in the whole saga! i was really able to feel apart of the book, and i really understood the feelings that each character felt. It was also really easy to picture the book as i went on reading it. It was almost as if i could read it like a movie. You have to read this book! it is AWESOME really great book!
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