I really enjoyed this book. I read the first book and got this one for a cross country road trip. Not sure that driving and listening to this book was the best idea; unless you're good at laughing and driving. The story is great and the narration is perfect.
I loved the first book and the second book is just as good. The story is quick and fun and suspenseful. I laughed out loud more than once. Austin and Max are hysterical. I really enjoyed the book. I hate cliff hanger endings. Hopefully Mr. Evans won't make us wait too long for book 3.
This book is fun from start to finish. This is the first book in the series and I look forward to reading/listening to more. The characters are fun and the story is fast paced.
I really enjoyed this book. I actually read it first and then got the audio book. The audio book has a few issues with timing and inflections that seem off but overall I enjoyed it. The book is pretty fast paced with a lot of drama and adventure. I look forward to the rest of the series.
I really enjoyed reading this book. I got the audio to listen to during my long commute because I really enjoyed the story. The performance is a little slow at times, especially when Mr. Kadam speaks. But overall I enjoyed it.
I enjoyed to print version of Tiger's Curse very much. I drive long distances and wanted the book in audio format so that I could hear how some of the words were pronounced and also to hear the story again. The performance in the book is a little slow at times. Especially when Mr. Kadam is speaking. But overall it is a good addition to the printed version of the story.
The biggest thing that the readers bring to the story is the pronunciation to Indian words that I had no idea how to say.
Not necessarily. I drive long distances and wanted the book to listen to while I drive.
Overall this is a book, both print and audio versions, that I would recommend. I enjoyed it, and the subsequent titles, very much!
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