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Dark Phoenix (Phoenix Series) (Volume 2) - Community Reviews back

by Elise Faber
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StoryLover rated it 5 years ago
Dark Phoenix starts off where Phoenix Rising left off. After Cody's sister shows up badly beaten they all realize that it was someone in glamour that is controlling the Dalshie. Daughtry is later hurt by her bondmate, Cody, and those that she considers friends. She doesn't think she can ever trust t...
lydiag81 rated it 5 years ago
Dark Phoenix is a continuation of Phoenix Rising and I could not wait to read this immediately after. There is so much going on for Daughtry that I was on this amazing rollercoaster of greatness. This author wrote these words perfectly that sucked me into this book/series and I don't ever want to le...
bookgoddess0323 rated it 5 years ago
This book is just as amazing as the first. Love the world you fall into when you open these books. You won't be disappointed.
Marath03 rated it 5 years ago
I dove straight into this book as soon as I finished the first. This series so far has been nothing short of an addiction and the next fix can't come soon enough! This book starts off with a bang and ends with an explosion! From the beginning, things between Daughtry and Cody are unstable, strained,...
Malibumand76 rated it 5 years ago
Loved this. Dark, gritty and full of surprises. I connected to the story and the characters immediately. Can't wait for the next one. Keep up the excellent work Elise.
Ashleylovestoread rated it 5 years ago
"You’re laced so tightly into my soul that it would be torture to remove it.” With swoon worthy quotes and action packed battles this book was enjoyable would definitely recommend
Redmommy25 rated it 5 years ago
“They were flipsides of the same coin. He, the healer. She, the killer. Their powers were polar opposites and in that, the universe found balance.” “Dark Phoenix” is the second book in Elise Faber’s Phoenix series and continues the story of Daughtry, our fragile heroine with a heart of goodness an...
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99 problems, and a book ain't one rated it 6 years ago
I have some mixed feelings about this book. While I think the story itself is pretty awesome, I have simply come to the conclusion that I don't really care for Daughtry being the one to narrate it. Sometimes I felt like her self-doubt and incapability to express herself to the ones that consistently...
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