Tiger’s Quest (Book #2) by Colleen Houck
(Summary taken from the inside book jacket) “Kelsey Hayes’s eighteenth summer was crazy. The kind of crazy that nobody would ever believe. Aside from battling immortal sea monkeys and trekking the jungles of India, she fell in love with Ren, a 300-year-old prince. When danger suddenly forces Kelsey on another Indian quest with Ren’s bad-boy brother, Kishan, the unlikely duo begins to question their true destiny. Ren’s life hangs in the balance–and so does the truth within Kelsey’s heart. Tiger’s Quest, the thrilling second volume in the Tiger’s Curse series, brings the trio one step closer to breakin the ancient prophecy that binds them.”
I really liked this book. I didn’t love it as much as the first one, but I did really like it and am glad I read it. If you liked the first one you should definitely read this one. Like the first one, the whole premise is kind of corny, but you know what, you just go with it and it’s entertaining. This is a great book to read when you don’t want to think, you just want to be entertained. It is part “Indiana Jones,” part “Twilight,” and part fairy tale. It’s a fast, easy read, and is clean! It’s a great young adult book. There is an occasional kiss, but that is about all. It’s fun and well written. I like Ms. Houck’s writing style because it flows well and is easy to read.
I like the characters in the story. Kelsey is a strong character, which I like, but she is also human. She does have a little bit more of Bella (from “Twilight”) in her in this book, but not enough to make you crazy. It’s more of a real, or natural, side of her. You learn a lot more about Kishan in this book and that was fun. He’s quite the character. Mr. Kadam I really like, and Ren, of course. I think girls will like this series more than boys will, but there are some action/adventure parts that boys will like too.
Rating: PG-13 (Once again, not for content, but it’s probably better for a little older young adult.)
Recommendation: 14 and up. Yay! A true young adult book!
Disclosure: I did receive a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.