With three of the goddess Durga's quests behind them, only one prophecy now stands in the way of Kelsey, Ren, and Kishan breaking the tiger's curse. But the trio's greatest challenge awaits them: A life-endangering pursuit in search of Durga's final gift, the Rope of Fire, on the Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal.
It's a race against time - and the evil sorcerer Lokesh - in this eagerly anticipated fourth volume in the best-selling Tiger's Curse series, which pits good against evil, tests the bonds of love and loyalty, and finally reveals the tigers' true destinies once and for all.
©2012 Colleen Houck (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
Have really enjoyed this 4th installment in the Tigers Curse series. The story line builds beautifully from one book to the next and leaves you wanting more. I am in my 40's and even though this is considered a YA book, I truely find it enjoyable. It is not filled with typical "teenage" dilemmas or angst. Excellent story line filled with wonderful history/myths of India. I would recommend book/series for any age.
Yes. It really got me interested in India, I loved learning about it. I am sure I missed some things.
It was a beautiful love story
Annika Boras brings EVERYTHING to the story! I couldn't imagine a better narrator for all the different parts. I even looked up her name, but she does not have any other books that she has read, I would definitely give them a try!
It made me laugh out loud (at work) and, it made me cry as well!
The ending was the way I hoped it would be, kind of! With the imagination if the writer, I would love to ready maybe a 5th book.
The way the series ending came together.
Ren. Faithful, enduring, mature.
Oh, she is superb! Without the reading you do not get the true Indian flavor of the books.
Many parts in this book made me cry.
The girls teen-aged angst is overplayed. A weak, insecure girl would never had taken the first step of this 2 year journey. But I really like the series of 4 books. I would skim over some of the parts to get to the core of the books and I found them enjoyable and well worth the read.
I loved this series! I am so sad that it is over, but everything has to come to an end and I was very happy with how this book ended. I cried, laughed and over all was very happy. I gave it 3 stars only because I felt like the story took a long time to get going, otherwise I was very happy with the book and have suggested the series multiple times
Definitely a fantasy tale but a great fun listen. I listened to the first book then back to something else. Then I created a fantasy MP3 and listened to the remaining three one after another. For me, the best way to go.
On top of a fun series Annika Boras was amazing if she actually played all parts. Have to give her credit for enhancing the book. Great team.
I hope Colleen Houck is working on another entertaining series.
The narrator is wonderful. She does the girl and guy voices and makes it sound like there are a bunch of different narrators. She does the indian accents and others perfect like she did with the rest of the series. I wish she did more audio work. I hate when the main character is a girl and a man is talking with his normal voice when the main girl is narrating.
The ending! And everything before that.
She did multiple voices so wonderfully. Her time in acting pays off.
Destiny will be sealed
Need more of this narrator.
I have heard there are to be five books in this series, but after listening to this book, I am thinking Tiger's Destiny is the final one. The conclusion just felt so satisfying which is awesome. Some books don't give you that. I have loved this series so it is great to have it end so well.
I loved that Kelsey finals figures out who to be with - Ren or Kishan and stops driving them both nuts.
As usual for this series, it is full of adventure and romance! And the beginning sure starts out with a bang! The story gripped right from the first few minutes.
Meeting Durga in the past. Put a whole new twist on the entire series - I remembered back to particular scenes and saw them differently.
Love all the accents and characterizations. I don't know how she remembers the exact intonation for each of those many characters, but she does it. I can tell who is talking just from the way she speaks for each one.
I would listen to this series again.
Most of the books I have listened to are adult romances. This book is pg so I could not compare it to other books I have read.
I really enjoyed this series and now hear there is another book in the works! Can't wait. A clever theme that is totally different coupled with action. The narrator is very good. I find myself checking when the new book will be out.
As everyone, I am sure, has their favorites, this one is one of mine. The story starts out so wonderfully imaginative and mesmerizing, Anna brings it alive with her accents done so perfectly. I even searched for 2 handsome Indian faces on line that I felt could be a Ren and a Keshan. It was even better to have faces with the names.
Its hard to just pick one. as the story shifts within all the books, my favorite character did as well.
Only Anna could pull off all the different accents to make it so real. Although I have so many other fabulous narrators, She was the right choice, by far, for this series.
This series not only made me cry, but, I really felt like one of the characters at times. They were made so real by the author and the narrator together.
I highly recommend these books for several reasons. But, if you like to get away from your reality for a while inside a fantasy of another world, this one is perfect. Not just fantasy of another world because Colleen obviously did so much research on the histories, that it brought the entire story in her mind to life. Please do yourself a favor and immerse yourself in the jungles, mountains, and minds of these great characters.
btw.....highly anticipating the film that has already been picked up and I honestly cant wait to see Colleens faces with the names.
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