Phoenix (Black City, #2)
Publisher: Putnam Juvenile
Pages no: 273
If I was asked to describe Phoenix in one thought, it would be completely and utterly fucking annoying. It started out good then it went downhill quite fast. Ash and Natalie are doing good, they are planning the rest of their lives together; singing songs, holding hands and prancing about in fields ...
http://divainpyjamas.blogspot.com.au/2013/07/phoenix-by-elizabeth-richards.htmlPhoenix was difficult to read, as there was little to no back story provided to refresh your memory about Black City, the first novel in the series. Sadly, Phoenix only launched into the continuation. It wasn't until I wa...
(This review was originally posted at My Library in the Making.)Phoenix picks up a few weeks/months (I'm not sure because I flew through those details, lol) after the events in Black City, and immediately there was action and suspense. Purian Rose has threatened Natalie's life if Ash doesn't vote in...
Full review + Character Interview + INTL Giveaway here:http://haraiah.blogspot.com/2013/06/blog-tour-character-interview-giveaway.html
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