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Fury of the Phoenix by Cindy Pon
Release Date: March 29, 2011 (ignore Goodreads' April 29th date)
In this companion novel, seventeen-year-old Ai Ling—her powers stronger than ever—stows away aboard a cargo ship in order to protect devastatingly handsome Chen Yong during his quest to locate his father. Masquerading as brother and sister, Ai Ling and Chen Yong face demonic predators on the ocean voyage, but their biggest threat comes from the kingdom of the dead. Part supernatural page-turner, part love story, and altogether stirring, Fury of the Phoenix further heralds the arrival of Cindy Pon as a stellar author of paranormal romance and fantasy.
-I am DYING to read this book but school is keeping me too busy. ahfajflkadjfklaljfkla. I'm determined to find a chunk of time this Friday night to read this entire book. I didn't expect to receive an ARC since I rarely receive them from publishers but I did get one! (Sorry I just didn't expect to get an ARC of a book I was so highly anticipating so I'm rather excited, bouncing off the walls is the apt way of describing it). Thank you HarperCollins! And if you haven't read Silver Phoenix yet, read it pronto. And please don't let the cover deter you from picking up this sequel.