Publish date: September 3rd 2013
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Pages no: 138
Edition language: English
Ridiculously good. I'm generally not a huge fan of spin off shorts (even though I always read them) but this is brilliantly told and adds depth and layers to the Newsoul trilogy that it was lacking before. I definitely recommend reading it if you are a fan of these books, or even if you haven't read...
I read and loved Incarnate but when I tried reading Asunder, I couldn't get into the book. After reading this novella though, I believe I am finally ready to pick up Asunder.Jodi creates this wonderful world that is so enchanting and so original but in spite of that I cannot overlook how much Sam an...
I don’t usually read novellas, but I jumped on PHOENIX OVERTURE for a couple of reasons. One: the Newsoul trilogy is one of my all-time favorites, and I’m impatiently waiting for the release of the last book, INFINITE. Two: I love Jodi Meadows’s writing. Three: I wanted a peek into Sam’s head. PHO...
As opposed to Incarnate and Asunder which are told in Ana’s voice, Phoenix Overture is Dossam’s story. Thousands of years before he meets Ana. And before reincarnation is even an issue. I was excited to get my hands on a copy of this novella, as I absolutely enjoyed the first couple of books in th...
Sam. Oh, Sam. Come here so I can give you all the hugs.Seriously. If you can read Phoenix Overture and not be compelled to hug Sam...you're not human. I LOVED this little glimpse into the past. I hated how short it was - but I knew that going into it. I could easily read book after book in Sam's POV...