[Ebook] Phoenix Rising (Storms Quarry, #2) By Rebecca Harwell – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk


Phoenix Rising (Storms Quarry, #2) The Iron Phoenix, The Masked Vigilante Of Storm S Quarry, Has Not Been Seen Since The Solstice And The Tragedy It Brought Haunted By Nightmares And Striving For Control Over Her Powers, Nadya Gabori Watches From Afar As The City Struggles To Heal, And Kesali, The Woman She Loves, Works To Rebuild Their Dream Of Peace.A New Masked Figure Has Arrived In Storm S Quarry, The Shadow Dragon, One Who Canconjure Blades Of Light Nadya Feels A Powerful Connection To Her And Begins To Question If Kesali Is The Future She Wants When The Neighboring Kingdom Of Wintercress Takes Advantage Of The City S Weakness, It Will Take The Strength Of Both Young Women To Defend Storm S Quarry Against Invasion And Save Everyone They Hold Dear.Book Two Of Storm S Quarry


10 thoughts on “Phoenix Rising (Storms Quarry, #2)

  1. says:

    Better than book one I enjoyed book one, The Iron Phoenix, but this book was evenup my fantasy loving alley It is hard to talk much about this story, as it could a spoiler for people who have not read book one yet So I will keep this review on the short side This is a fantasy series, and the books must be read in order to really enjoy and understand the characters and plot.The story picks...


  2. says:

    I received this book from NetGalley, and Bold Strokes Books in return for a fair review This book is a mix of a superhero prose book and a high fantasy book A hero and villain cloud the night wrapped up in one person the Iron Phoenix To some he as it is assumed it is a he is a villain who did some bad things like view spoiler slaughtered many hide spoiler , to others he iswell that but also the one who saved the city view spoiler and had had someone else controlling the I received this book from NetGalley, and Bold Strokes Books in return for a fair review This book is a mix of a superhero prose book and a high fantasy book A hero and villain cloud the night wrapped up in one person the Iron Phoenix To some he as it is assumed it is a he is a villain who did some bad things like view spoiler slaughtered many hide spoiler , to others he iswell that but also the one who saved the city view spoiler and had had someone else controlling their body when those deaths occurred hide spoiler All set in a non earth world, a sort of high fantasy world, though I d need to actually look up high fantasy to see if that could be used here it s not epic fantasy no one goes on an epic quest or journey.This is the second book in this series It follows dire...


  3. says:

    I read this as a stand alone book but if I am honest I would advise you to read the first book first I did not realise straight away that this was a second in a series but it kept refering to the Iron Phoenix So I looked and found it It is now on my to read list.However, saying that I found that I did not have to read the first book in order to enjoy this one And, this one was good, actually really good I love these stories because they let me imagine all sorts of things but especially life I read this as a stand alone book but if I am honest I would advise you to read the first book first I did not realise straight away that this was a second in a series but it kept refering to the Iron Phoenix So I looked and found it It is now on my to read list.However, saying that I found that I did not have to read the first book in order to enjoy this one And, this one was good, actually really good I love these stories because the...


  4. says:

    Before anything, I have to mention that the cover, like for the first book, looks like a disgusting and ridiculous marketing ploy Disgusting, as dark skinned characters are already rare enough in books and on covers, and don t need to be WHITEWASHED out of lesbian fiction too And ridiculous, as anyone picking up that SECOND book in a series already knows the characters are dark skinned.The romance part is actually done better than the blurb suggests The other relationships are underdevelope Before anything, I have to mention that the cover, like for the first book, looks like a disgusting and ridiculous marketing ploy Disgusting, as dark skinned characters are already rare enough in books and on covers, and don t need to be WHITEWASHED out of lesbian fiction too And ridiculous, as anyone picking up that SECOND book in a series already knows the characters are dark skinned.The romance part is actually done better than the blurb suggests The other relationships are underdeveloped and not always believable view spoiler For example, at no point in time did I think Nadya and Marko close friends, let alone best friends Similarly, Shay and Jeta s almost familial relationship would have been really interesting to seedeveloped, but as it is, Jeta is unbelievable as Shay s savior Nadya s mother and grandmother are barely seen, and even her almost ever present father is inconsequential Even Kesali feels conveniently absent hi...


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