Reader Review: Tiger’s Curse

Book cover for Tiger's CurseYoung Adult fantasy lovers rejoice. Another fun adventure awaits with a unique twist: India and Indian mythology. “Tiger’s Curse” is the first in a four book series, and each book is better than the next. I found “Tiger’s Curse” to be a treat with a few bumps – mostly due to the fact that this was the author’s first book. I felt the plot was a little shaky, getting protagonist Kelsey to India. But once she was there, the story unfolded smoothly and was rife with ancient quests, were-tigers, delicious foods and complex characters. Grab a lemon water and mango yogurt and enjoy the ride…er, read.

Three words that describe this book: Quest loving fun

You might want to pick this book up if: You like YA fantasy, mythology (especially Indian) and weres.

-Anna

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