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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Elizabeth Richards

ARC of Phoenix


Ash and Natalie are just starting to build a life together when things in the United Sentry States go from bad to worse. Ash and Natalie find themselves at the center of turmoil when dictator Purian Rose threatens Natalie’s life unless Ash votes in favor of Rose’s Law—a law that will send Darklings and other dissenters to a deadly concentration camp known as the Tenth.

When Ash can’t bring himself to trade Natalie’s life for those of millions of Darklings, her fate is sealed. Enter Elijah Theroux, the handsome Bastet boy Natalie once saved from her mother’s labs, where he’d been experimented on and tortured. It was his venom the Sentry used to create the lethal Golden Haze, the heart of the government conspiracy that led to Black City’s uprising and Ash’s rebirth as the Phoenix, the face of the rebellion. Elijah is back and Ash doesn’t like him; it’s clear he’s taken with Natalie, and Ash fears she may have feelings for him as well.

But Elijah also may have the answer to taking down Purian Rose for good—a powerful weapon called the Ora. Ash, Natalie and Elijah just have to escape Black City undetected to find it. But fleeing the city and finding this weapon (if it even exists) are easier said than done, and the quest could tear Ash and Natalie apart, even pushing them into the arms of others.

This enthralling sequel to Black City is just as absorbing, delicious and steamy as the first book, leaving readers hungry for the series conclusion.


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  1. Thank you for the fantastic giveaways. I admire Jennifer Armentrout, her books are so diverse with all the different series. My favourite though would have to be the Lux series.

  1. Nara said...:

    I really love John Green's books. Although they're all contemporary, they're all so different from each other. I love how he can create narrators with such individual and strong voices.

  1. I admire Richelle Mead. I LOVE everything she writes. I love that she writes about a variety of supernatural creatures. She is my favorite author!!

  1. Julie Kagawa! Even though both her series are under YA, one is urban fantasy and the other is dystopian. But they are both vastly different and with a whole different cast of characters. Her writing is amazing and her ability to capture the essence of both genres is fantastic. So yeah, I super love and respect her! :))

  1. Ruthsic said...:

    I admire Meg Cabot the most. She has written from middle grade fiction, contemporary YA, paranormal YA to adult fiction. I love so many of her books.

  1. Although she isn't my absolute favorite author, I really admire Jennifer L. Armentrout for her diversity. Not just in genre, but also in style. The general flow of her writing varies from series to series. The only way I can tell that her series are all by her is by noticing her name on the covers. Her ability to create completely new stories is something I truly respect.

  1. So hard to say. I love Julie Kagawa, Maggie Stiefvator, Veronica Rossi, Marissa Meyer, Cinda Chima Williams, etc.

  1. Isabel C said...:

    I admire Tahereh Mafi for her journal like writing in Shatter Me!

  1. bn100 said...:

    Lisa Kleypas

  1. I'd say Stephen King - his books, while mostly horror, are actually quite diverse, both in terms of genre and plot/subject matter. Love him!

  1. meryvamp said...:

    Anne Rice and Stephen King. Rice is the Queen when it comes to sexy vamps. She started it all. And King is the King of horror, the master at keeping you on the edge of your seat :)

  1. Unknown said...:

    I'd have to say Stephen King as well. His books do offer a lot of variety and the man can truly write.

  1. Kiku said...:

    I'm not sure... Lauren Kate maybe? I've mostly managed to read one book per author, so I have no idea how diverse their writings are :/

  1. Meg Cabot obviously. I have never NOT enjoyed a book she has written. And every book of hers is just so goddamn funny! :)

  1. Jennifer L. Armentrout. She writes amazingly and I can't get enough of her books.

  1. Brynna said...:

    Hmm... Scott Westerfeld? I love all of the books I've read by him, and he definitely has his foot in many genres.

  1. Unknown said...:

    I'm in love with John Green's books! Each one has unique characters and storyline, but they all still manage to pull on your heartstrings and make you rethink everything you thought you knew.

  1. Nancy said...:

    John Green was the first name I thought of when I submitted the question. Thanks for the giveaway.

  1. Pao C. said...:

    I think Neil Gaiman is amazing, he has written some kind of bizarre books, but still good ones.

  1. I agree with Neil Gaiman. His books are crazy good.

  1. maggie said...:

    J.K Rowling. I love Harry Potter and after reading the casual vacancy, i was even more impressed :)

  1. Unknown said...:

    I love Suzanne Collins' writing. She's very good at building up the mood.

  1. I admire Richelle Mead and Jennifer Armentrout. I LOVE and have read all of their books and I can't wait for their other books that are soon coming out.

  1. CK said...:

    So far, it's Cassandra Clare [because of her vivid writing] and Erin Morgenstern [her imagination's wicked!].

  1. Vanessa L said...:

    Aldous Huxley, George Orwell, Douglas Adams, Louis Lowery, Richard Peck, Robert Peck, Lemony Snicket, Kurt Vonnegut, F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Steinbeck

  1. Nalini Singh and JD Robb!!

  1. Unknown said...:

    I love Meg Cabot! :D

  1. Chantelle said...:

    Erin Morgenstern. She's only published one novel (The Night Circus) but it was completely different to anything I'd read before both in concept and style.

  1. Ileana A. said...:

    Nora Roberts and Suzanne Collins

  1. Unknown said...:

    Richelle Mead, Tahereh Mafi, Jodi Meadows

  1. Sayomay said...:

    Philip Pullman! :D His writing really makes me think!
    Mary G Loki

  1. C. said...:

    Meg Cabot and Simone Elkeles

  1. Denise Z said...:

    I really enjoy many, but to pick one would say Kim Harrison. She has both an incredibly awesome adult series, as well as a YA series :)

  1. J. K. Rowling. She has been my favourite writer since I read Harry Potter at age seven, and I really hope she'll continue to be my favourite writer in the future.

  1. Richelle Mead, She Writes YA and Adult. and she is amazing, everything she touches turns to gold.

  1. Jennifer L. Armentrout <3

  1. Icenek0 said...:

    I really admire Kristin Cashore for her amazing independent female characters and unforgettable relationships.

  1. I entered your 150+ Book Giveaway
    It would be great to win an
    ARC of Phoenix By Elizabeth Richards.
    In response to your question of
    What popular author do you admire most for his/her diverse writings?
    I am a fan of
    author Patricia Cornwell.
    She has some interesting characters in her books.
    Thank you for having this giveaway!!

  1. Stacy said...:

    John Green, I have been devouring his books lately

  1. Michelle Sagara, author of Silence. the writing in that book is stunning. If you can get used to it, it will blow you away. Sarah Beth Durst's Vessel as well. Wow!