Publish date: September 1st 2011
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Pages no: 264
Edition language: English
Series: Benedicts (#2)
Can't decide between 4 and 5. 4 isn't enough, but 5 may be too much. 4,5 it is! Review to come..
3.5 starsI enjoyed the book, but I can't find much to say about it...I will however give you some points I felt important to mention:1. Phoenix and Yves fell in love real quickly, and I mean quickly as in... one day quickly. However, the way the behaved toward one another, and with each other, kind ...
This review was first posted on Music, Books and TeaStealing Phoenix confirmed one thing to me: I need one of the Benedict boys for my own. I don’t mind which one, I’m not fussy! What Finding Sky may have lacked in action, Stealing Phoenix certainly made up for! Phoenix is a savant, stuck in a horri...
Woot?I don't know if I liked it, or hate it... I was reading it with a constant frown on my forehead (even my BF asked me why am I frowning while reading).
Following in the footsteps of its predecessor “Finding Sky” the cover to “Stealing Phoenix” is also elegant. I absolutely love it! We get an imaginative look at a phoenix. The trick is having read the first installment of this wonderful series do I know I will not be reading about a mythological bir...
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