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Stealing Phoenix

Companion to the best-selling Finding Sky.

Author Joss Stirling

Suitable for:  Teen

Price:  £7.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-275660-2
Publication date: 07/06/2012
Paperback: 272 pages
Dimensions: 198x129mm

Availability: In stock.

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Phoenix belongs to the Community, a gang of thieves with paranormal powers. Yves Benedict, an American student visiting London, is her mark. But Yves turns out to be more than just a target. He is her destiny. Her soulmate. The Community owns Phoenix's past and it wants her future too. Can Phoenix save the boy she loves . . . and herself?

This page was last updated on 06 August 2020 at 10:30 GMT


  • 'I simply can't gush about this book enough. It has an amazing romance which will make your heart skip a beat, wonderful characters, an exciting plot and is so incredible that as soon as you've finished it you'll want to start it all over again . . . I'm simply dying for more from the Benedict boys and this fantastic author.' -
  • 'This book will have you sitting at the edge of your seat, biting your nails, waiting to see if everything is going to be ok in this spine tingling romance. This book is a must read if you like Paranormal romance. It has action, amazing displays of powers, fires and heart stopping kissing.' -
  • 'Joss Stirling is such a talented writer with her imaginative storylines, exciting and fast paced plots which are thrilling and full of suspense. Any person who loves a good romance story . . . then this is the book for you. -
  • '...I started reading it on the day it was released (obviously)...I finished it the same day. That's how good it is. Stealing Phoenix is a fantastic read and I highly recommend it.' - WHS Customer Reviews
  • 'I love the romance in this book. The concept of soulmates is really overdone, and sometimes it can be quiet boring. But not in this book...Stirling managed to make the soulmates concept work.' - geekandbooknerd's Blog
  • The tension nearer the end of the novel was super fast paced, exciting yet a little terrifying. - Fangirlish blog
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