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November 2016 reading wrap up 

Hey guys, I know it’s better late then never, so here’s my November wrap up. Truthfully I’ve thought about not posting reviews anymore, but I’ll try and keep at it on here. 

I read 14 books last month, and alongside each title will be the rating 🙂

Tiger’s Curse (Tiger Saga 1) by Colleen Houck – 5 stars

The Kingmaker’s Daughter (The Cousin’s War 4) by Philippa Gregory -5 stars 

Doctor Who: choose the future: Night of the Kraken by Jonathan Green – 5 stars

My Lady Jane: the Not Entirely True Story by Cynthia Hand – 5 stars

War of The Robots (Doctor Who) by Trevor Baxendale – 5 stars

A Many Splendoured Thing by Han Suyin – 3 stars 

Library of Souls by Ransom Riggs – 5 stars

Doctor Who : Forever Autumn by Mark Morris 5 stars

Hollow City by Ransom Riggs – 5 stars

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs – 5 stars

Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo – 5 stars 

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo – 5 stars

Doctor Who : The American Adventures by Justin Richards – 2 stars

Halloween Party by Agatha Christie – 5 stars 

Book Review: Tiger’s Quest by Colleen Houck

Book 2 in the Tiger Saga

Published: 2011 by Hodder and Stoughton

Pages: 479

Rating: 5/5

My thoughts:

Book 2 picks up right where book 1 left off, even though I didn’t read book 2 right after finishing book 1, it didn’t feel like I’d been away from Kelsey or Ren. 

In fact, I loved book 2 more than book 1! Which I so did not think was possible! But this was utterly amazing, and definitely increased the pace when it came to suspense. I honestly did not know what would come next, I found myself gasping throughout the story. 

There are some massive feelings for the story and the characters. In book 1, I wasn’t sure what to make of Kishan, but as I got to know the black tiger / man more, I grew to adore him like mad! I think I like him even more than Ren now, or if not, just as much 😉

Once again, this book, like its predecessor, was so atmospheric, I felt like I was once again there alongside Kelsey and Ren and Kishan; feeling and seeing, smelling and even tasting what they could. 

Towards the end, there was so much anguish; I was crying from the feels; I cannot wait to jump in to book 3, and I applaud Colleen Houck for writing what has fast become yet another all time favourite book series. 

Note: You might’ve noticed I’ve changed the format of my reviews; seen as they’re predominantly written from the WordPress app; I’ve got a new phone and I can’t seem to paste the sypnosis from Goodreads, but in the future I’ll be looking to re add my favourite quotes. 

I feel like everyone should read this book series, I’m halfway through it and madly in love with this book world. I promise you won’t be disappointed 😉

Thanks for reading, bookworms 🙂