Book Title: Tiger’s Voyage, Book 3
Author: Colleen Houck
Age Appropriate: Teen and older
Stars: 3.5 Stars
Tiger’s Voyage was better than the second book in the series. I would have liked if some of descriptions were shortened. At one point, I felt like I was training instead of the characters. I don’t think I needed that much information. In fact, that whole part of the book could have been taken out. Other than that, Tiger’s Voyage picks up with the adventure that made Book 1 so well received. There were basically 6 parts of the task to break the curse, nevermind the personal and relationship drama. That makes for LOTS of content. Whereas I thought that Tiger’s Quest lacked creativity and fell flat, this story is robust and filled to the brim with the power of Houck’s creative mind.
There is not nor has there been “mature” or sexual content in any of these books – so don’t worry about that (if that makes you worry.) The love story takes a turn in this one, and the ending will make you reach for Book 4 which comes out in September. (But luckly I will be able to review that one before September.) I am interested to see where the story goes in book 4. While this has not been one of my all time favorite series, I am saving my overall judgement until the end of Tiger’s Destiny.