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The saga continues,
This review is from: Tiger's Quest (Paperback)
Ah! And so it continues. With this sequential series, it was difficult to wait just the few days I had to between Tiger's Curse and Tiger's Quest. I didn't buy them together. These are not episodic therefore it is necessary to read them in order.
We got to know the characters in the first book and now we see them on the next step to break the curse. The first part is funny as Kelsey starts school and gets to know her fellow students and tries to date. As we know from the first book, she loves Ren but is away from him for now. I really liked the different dates she tried. I think everyone can relate who has tried dating. This book includes more laughter than the first.
Then a plot twist! These are so unexpected sometimes. How the author creates the situations and events is wonderful. The descriptions of the fight sequences makes it possible to visualize them for yourself.
As one of the main characters is unavailable, we see an emotional development between a new character and all the conflicting feelings the main character is expressing is so easy to feel yourself as you read. The adventures she has to experience to conquer the next portion of the curse are overwhelming. I cried and laughed a lot while enjoying this book.
The same as its predecessor - adventure, danger, excitement, romance, good guys, bad guys, true love, strong hate, magic. It has it all!
The information that is described about Tibet and its splendor was inspiring. I have done some extra research about several subjects because of things that were explained in this book made me curious.
Just a warning: this book has a very unexpected ending. I am very anxious for the next book to see what will transpire with these characters I have come to love.