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Tiger's Voyage

(The Tiger's Curse Series #3)

4.25  ·  Rating details ·  34,457 ratings  ·  2,279 reviews
The third book in the gripping Tiger's Curse series!

With the head-to-head battle against the villainous Lokesh behind her, Kelsey confronts a new heartbreak: in the wake of his traumatic experience, her beloved Ren no longer remembers who she is. As the trio continues their quest by challenging five cunning and duplicitous dragons, Ren and Kishan once more vie for her affe
ebook, 453 pages
Published 2011 by Splinter
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Emily W. Well I've heard that the First Book is currently in early stages of production for a movie...however I think the author and director are still decidin…moreWell I've heard that the First Book is currently in early stages of production for a movie...however I think the author and director are still deciding cast members for the characters. And I think if all goes well then the rest of the books will likely become movies as well.

When it will be release is tbd. Meaning who knows when it will be could take years before you finally get to see it...but that should all be worth it to make sure it gets well adapted.

But I believe with as strict as India is with films that this will likely be banned from coming out in their country since many might find it insulting to the culture,mythology, or view of their country. (less)

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Colleen Houck
Jul 20, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
My favorite of the series.
Meh............. 3.5 stars on this, folks. Review later.

Okay, at the end of Quest, I just about died. WHYYYY, COLLEEN! WHYYY!!
And now, we are stuck waiting until NOVEMBER to find out what happens with Ren and Kelsey!
I mean thats..... *counts on fingers* FOUR monthssss!
I think I'm gonna cry. Someone buy me some tissues!
This is my favorite new series, and this wait just makes me want it sooo much more! So, in conclusion,

Mrs. Colleen Houck,
Please make it come out sooner! Pleasee! Like tomorrow wou
First opinion after finish reading:

Zero star for bastardizing Hindu and Chinese myths, taking mythical figures out of context, giving them entirely unrealistic backstories and twisting them into some unrecognizable creatures. Negative star for giving untrue and unreliable information about foreign myth and culture to the audience.

The silly, *unbearable* love triangle and the childish, airhead 'heroine' also got a big thumb down from me. I'm equally not amused by the fact that almost every single
Warning: spoilers if you haven't read the first 2 books!

Okay, to all you who understand and share my intense love for this series, let me explain the rating. Because I do still love these books, and I did really enjoy this one, but after considering it, I just couldn't give it 5 stars.

First, a positive: the adventure in this book is wonderful! I feel like this is the first time that it was so good that it eclipsed the romance(s) and relationships of the characters. I was fascinated by the journe

This review contains unmarked spoilers, and will be redone soon.

It hurts my heart to write this review, but it must be done. TIGER'S VOYAGE ruined my complete view of the series, and you're about to learn why.

I used to be obsessed with this series. It was my first paranormal romance young-adult, and I credit this book for introducing me to the genre. Gradually, as I read more books, I learned the series wasn't as good as I originally though, but I still liked it.

However, in this book, Kelsey
Erica (storybookend)
Tiger’s Voyage captured my heart, ensnared my soul, and left me breathless and so so in love. I love this book, this series, with a passionate, heart soaring, brilliant love that consumes me, and I become so invested in the story and Kelsey and Ren and Kishan’s lives that their pain is my pain, their love my love, and I dread the end, because it means I must finish this part of their story, and wait, and wait, for the next part. And Colleen Houck doesn’t give you a happy, perfect ending to stay ...more
Mar 28, 2011 marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Seriously? SERIOUSLY?!? I have to wait ALL the way till November 1st to read this? The suspense is just...
Wow. I can't even.. ugh! Never mind. Excuse me while I go into a corner & cry myself into oblivion.

I kid. XD

I can't wait to read this!
I can't wait to read this!
I can't wait to read this!
I can't wait to read this!
I can't wait to read this!
I can't wait to read this!

Need I say more? =)

Julia March
Jun 09, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: young-adult
Tiger's Voyage, the third book in the Tiger's Curse series, is amazing! I couldn't put it down! It's about 100 pages longer than Tiger's Quest and I tore through it twice as fast.

We follow Kelsey, Ren, and Kishan who embark on their third voyage to break the Tiger's Curse. This time they travel by ocean searching for Durga's necklace. But, Ren is still suffering from his amnesia while Kishan seems to be falling more in love with Kelsey. Their voyage requires the help of five enchanting Chinese
kiwi kili
Jul 10, 2013 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: People who want to break the record for long lives. You will laugh THAT hard...
Okay. So, I guess I should explain why I bothered to read this third book. See, my lovely cousin Abby read my review on the second book and thought it was hilarious. So she got all four books from her library and started reading them. And every once in a while she would start laughing like a demon. So...I needed to know. What could be SO COLOSSALLY BAD about this book that made her laugh and slam the book shut?

I hate unsatisfied curiosity.

And now I know. Am I a better person for it? Probably no
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Kelsey and her tigers continue their search on how to break the curse. They are sent to get information on one of Durga's prized possessions. Lokesh is now more determined to find and get Kelsey for his personal reasons that had existed when Ren and Kishan were younger and their parents still alive. In the meantime, Ren and Kishan are bent on showing Kelsey their love for her and that she should make the choice of who to be with.

The Love Triangle

I wasn't particularly pleased to see the
Nov 21, 2011 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: avoid-all-costs
WORST. BOOK. EVER 'eye twitches'....honestly if you like to read good YA with strong heroine, no annoying love rectangles (yes, that's right RECTANGLES, because overall kelsy has had SEVEN guys fall head over heels for her throughout the three books...yep, prehaps in a perfect world I can swallow this BUT SEVEN? why exactly? she consistently comes across an annoying, whiny, twelve year old stuck in an eighteen year old's body) THEN AVOID THIS BOOK AT ALL COSTS!
On top of that, for nearly 250 page
Jul 19, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone whose read the previous two.
Recommended to Lindsay by: I did
Shelves: first-reads
I wanted to absorb all that I read for a few days before reviewing this book. So here it is my official review.

I loved it. I loved the action packed adventures. The way Colleen describes the details makes it so easy to "see" the kraken and the dragons. The emotional writing makes me love, hate and envy the characters-- which is why it took me a week before I could write this review. I know Colleen won't lead me astray, and I now long to know the next chapter in the story. I don't want to post an
As promised, here's a review. :) I read this around the middle of last month, October. So forgive me if my memory is a little weak lol.

There are spoilers ahead!

Let me begin by saying this book is the best out of the three books in the Tiger Saga so far. I've been a hardcore fan since the first book came out, and it just keeps getting better and better. ;) I could picture each detail as if it were right in front of me. It was that vivid. I could picture the scenery perfectly, especially when
It’s been awhile since I’ve gotten into a series, one where the characters follow you around even when you’re not reading. For some reason Ren, Kelsey and Kishan keep popping into my head when I’m doing other things. When I heard B&N shipped Tiger’s Voyage out early I hurried and placed my order. I was so excited to receive my copy and start reading. The end of Tiger’s Quest had such a cliff hanger I had to know what was going to happen next.

Tiger’s Voyage was a lot of fun. I really enjoyed the
Oct 14, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
this one i like better. the dragons and the combination of the myth takes over. i love the 5 dragons.

to my surprise i grow rentless over the love triangle. its like watching a soap opera. again and again and again.

4 stars for the myths, dragons and action.
I want Kishan back...

...because whoever that was, that was NOT our Kishan.

Kishan, what happened to you? Where did all that charisma and bad-boy charm go? You had us swooning and clamoring for more in Tiger's Quest and then *poof* you went all boring on us. That sizzle and electric connection and chemistry vanished, leaving love triangle drama in its wake.

Can I just say, this is my LEAST favorite way to solve a love triangle dilemma. I think even killing off one of the vertices of your love trian
 ♥ Rebecca ♥
This book was emotionally exhausting! Just like the first two. The ending didnt make me cry though, which is a first. The first ended with (view spoiler). Then the second ended with (view spoiler). But the third ended with (view ...more
Jenna D.
Jul 08, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Tiger fans, Twilight fans, Adventurers, Adults and Teens
I will review this book without giving any spoilers, seeing as it has not *officially* been released yet.

Lucky enough to acquire an ARC, I can safely say that Tiger's Voyage is easily the best of the lot. Dealing with the conflicts already at hand at the start of the book, Colleen works past those slowly but thoroughly like a flower bud slowly coming into bloom one petal at a time (see this book even makes me poetic now...) This is not a knock on the pacing, since in this volume Colleen is at he
Jul 21, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone
OMG!!! When I stop crying I'll try to make a proper review. It was really really good. I can't say enough about how much I love these books. The Tiger's Curse series has captured my heart never to let go.

It's been about a month now and I thought I should write a little more about what I think. By far of all the Tiger's Curse books this one has the most adventure, the most sadness, most love between the character, pretty much the most of everything. Colleen Houck, the author, definitely brought t
Duchess Nicole
I'm in love with this series, and this book was no different. It's one of the most adventurous YA series I've ever read that's set in modern times. Though I'd almost classify this as a fantasy series due to the fact that most of the books take place within these magical places in old legends.

In this installment, (I listen to the audio of the series, so forgive any spelling errors please!) Kelsey, Ren, and Kishan go on another quest (a voyage, even!) in an attempt to break the curse of the Tige
Jessica Lewenda
I'll write a proper review when I'm back from my trip in Tassie. All I can say at this point is that this book is pretty much the worst I've read, and Ren is a psychotic, emotionally abusive person, and I'm bewildered as to why Kellsey would want to be with him.
A quick example of what he does:
1) Even when Kellsey is pushing him away and clearly wants nothing to do with him, he pulls her close, holding her so that she can't move, and kisses her.
2) When Kellsey gets a haircut, he goes on and on ab
Jul 22, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone
Recommended to JeanBookNerd by: Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.
Shelves: reviews
Colleen starts Tiger's Voyage from Lokesh's penthouse office. I thought it was brilliant to know what rage and disappointment our antagonist was feeling. After reading the prologue, I immediately knew what an incredible journey I am about to embark.

Tiger’s Voyage continues just over a month after Ren’s rescue from Baiga camp. As Kelsey deals with Ren’s memory loss, Colleen works slowly and carefully through her emotions. Every page was an absolute pleasure to read. I can assure you, Colleen is
My gosh. I was shocked at the ending of Tiger’s Quest. Now poor Kelsey’s life is one again upside down and now she’s in emotional pain. Her relationships with the brother have change dramatic and life as they know it will never be the same. Poor them. Again the characters are faced with impossible challenges and monsters(Dragons!!). I love this book! Read it.
I'm not going to focus on the fact that this book (well this series) completely screws up various cultures mythology, religions, practices etc. I'm no expert on these cultures, but it's pretty clear to me Houck isn't either.

But there are reviews out there that are better at picking that aspect apart than I would be.

The blurb and plot of this series would lead you to believe that this book is an action packed curse breaking quest. That's a lie. The majority of this book is Kelsey whining about
Nasty Lady MJ
Mar 08, 2014 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: People Who Shouldn't Reproduce
Recommended to Nasty Lady MJ by: Thankfully No One
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As I was reading Tiger’s Voyage, I couldn’t help but myself but Eureka! Finally a guide to how to write a book. Don’t believe me. I seriously believe that Colleen Houck could write a book on how to write a novel and its sort of all in Tiger’s Curse. Since she hasn’t patented this brilliant formula. I’ve decided I’ll write a guide. It’s not official or anything. But whatever. I find after a couple of glasses of wine it makes a
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Brooklyn Tayla
Truthfully, I'm disappointed with this; having loved book 1 and 2, I couldn't wait to see where book 3 would go. The start was amazing, and the end. But 400 pages in between just felt like it was trying to build tension to a semi climatic ending. I found Kelsey to be fickle as anything this time, and Ren wasn't much better. Kishan was the only main character to stayed himself through the whole book. ...more
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Tiger’s Voyage is emotional, beautiful, exciting and intense. After saving Ren from Lokesh, Kelsey faces more heartbreak, Ren’s memories of her are gone, but the quest continues as the trio moves forward with the third quest. They must face and defeat five cunning dragons before they retrieve the third gift. Each one a challenge and each one tests them emotionally, mentally and physically. Kelsey struggles with her emotions and is left even more confused than before as both Ren and Ki
Jun 22, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Colleen Houck has yet again created a story with a thrilling and incredibly scary plotline. She used an incredible amount of imagination to create the challenges the characters faced in Tiger’s Voyage. Her writing is so imaginative, every single sentence created vivid pictures in my head so I felt like I was by the characters’ side the entire time. I love the mythology the author used to enrich the story, creating a wonderful background for the prophecy. But there were a lot of stories and it be ...more
Nov 04, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I really love this series, and this third book was just as great except....what happened to Kishan? His character drastically changed on me. He has always been this bad boy with passion, magnetism and did I say passionate nature. He always goes after what he wants, which is Kelsey. However he does go after Kelsey just that it's a shell of who he really is. At one point I thought maybe I had missed a page, I wondered if he had been hit over the head and I had missed it. That was not the case thou ...more
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New York Times Bestselling Author Colleen Houck is a lifelong reader whose literary interests include action, adventure, science fiction, and romance. Formerly a student at the University of Arizona, she worked as a nationally certified American Sign Language interpreter for seventeen years before switching careers to become an author. Colleen lives in Salem, Oregon, with her husband and a huge as ...more

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