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Waar ik in het vorige boek de grootste moeite had om me te kunnen verplaatsen in de personages, had ik deze nu niet. Ik moest weten of alles goed zou komen. Het Verhaal van Phoenix bevat wederom een verrukkelijke puzzel die je het hele boek bezig houdt. Een puzzel waarvan je tegen het einde een indruk krijgt van het gehele plaatje en waardoor je dus dan pas kan beginnen met alle puzzelstukjes op de juiste plek te krijgen.

Wat de spanning alleen maar verhoogde. Zoals ik al eerder aangaf kon ik het stukken beter met Phoenix en Yves vinden dan met Sky en Zed. Hun persoonlijkheden stonden me gewoon meer aan en pasten beter bij mij. Phoenix is namelijk heel anders dan de gebruikelijke dief. Ze verstopt zich niet achter haar wonden, maar probeert er het beste van te maken. Dan heb je Yves, van wie ik een heel verkeerde indruk heb gekregen in het vorige deel. Hij is namelijk o zo schattig en lekker geeky. Anders dan zijn jongere en oudere broers heeft hij nog veel te leren als het om vrouwen gaat.

Wat hem natuurlijk nog meer adorable maakt.


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Het enige wat ik eigenlijk miste, naast die diepere band, is om een gedeelte vanuit het perspectief van Yves te kunnen lezen. Bij veel YA, zeker diegene waar romantiek een belangrijke rol speelt, lees je meestal ook een gedeelte door de ogen van de love interest.

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Dat zou het Verhaal van Phoenix en Sky zoveel interessanter hebben gemaakt. Want wat zou er allemaal door het hoofd van Yves en Zed zijn gegaan op het moment dat ze hun soulmate ontdekten? De romantiek daarentegen was niets mis mee. Opnieuw werd ik getrakteerd op fangirl waardige en echte gushy momenten. Ik was wel een beetje bang dat, omdat de hoofdpersonen deze keer wel allebei weten dat ze soulmates zijn, dat er nu wel sprake is van instalove.

Yves en Phoenix voelen zich weliswaar onmiddellijk tot elkaar aangetrokken, maar uiteindelijk helpt dat ze alleen maar om dichter tot elkaar te komen. Alleen het einde was wel iets te…. Het Verhaal van Phoenix was een betere match met mij dan zijn voorganger. Ik voelde me meer verbonden met de personages, ook al zijn we er nog niet helemaal. Voor de romantiekjunkies onder ons waar ik er natuurlijk een van ben zeker een boek om op te pakken. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Stealing Phoenix by Joss Stirling. Stealing Phoenix Benedicts, 2 4. 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. The Community owns Phoenix's past and it wants her future too. Can Phoenix save the boy she loves. Paperback , pages. Published September 1st by Oxford University Press. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Stealing Phoenix , please sign up.

Does this have more plot of Sky and Zed in it, or is it just Yves? Sapphire just Yves and Phoenix, although they do come in later in the book but its mostly about the main couple. See 2 questions about Stealing Phoenix…. Lists with This Book. Unter diesem Link findet ihr meine Rezension: Jul 03, Meli rated it really liked it. Mil veces menos edulcorada que la de Zed, su hermanito el chico malo. En fin, reitero eso de que quisiera ser adoptada por los Benedict, pero ya.

Wat was dit weer een geweldig deel. Ik ben zo veel van deze serie gaan houden. Op naar deel 3 en tevens het laatste deel! Jun 28, Lesley rated it really liked it Shelves: The Benedicts are a pretty special family, the parents and the seven brothers who's names start alphabetically with Trace and ends with Zed are savants and all have special pow Posted on http: The Benedicts are a pretty special family, the parents and the seven brothers who's names start alphabetically with Trace and ends with Zed are savants and all have special powers.

Stealing Phoenix centres on Yves the second youngest brother who is a bit of a genius and can control fire with his mind. Yves is in London attending an environmental science conference when Phoenix or Phee for short is sent to use her savant powers to freeze time and steal the contents of his backpack.

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Unlike most people Yves is able to extract himself from Phee's mind stopping powers and whilst chasing her they realise they can talk telepathically to each other and are really soul finders- soulmates that are meant to be together. I loved the characters in Stealing Phoenix. Phee is a kind of Oliver Twist type character, a poor orphan sent out to steal items on demand by the evil Bill Sykes type character The Seer.

Despite being a professional thief Phee is actually a really sweet vulnerable girl, born into a community of savants her mother died when she was young and she has never really known who her father was. She lives in constant fear, very alone and survives from day to day, my heart just went out to her.

The community is controlled by The Seer who reminded me of one of those scary cult leaders who brainwashes their followers to give up all of their family ties and money so that he can live in the lap of luxury all corrupt and evil. The Seer is a powerful savant who can put specific thoughts into a person's brain to control them and have them acting against their will. He really is a fantastically written evil baddie right down to his white suit and slicked back black hair, double chins and puffy fingers adorned with rings.

The community members are terrified of him, they firmly believe they have no choice but to continue living in the squalor conditions stealing on demand for him and know at any time if they fail him he could use his mind control powers on them and have them digging their own grave in Epping Forrest. Once Yves realises Phee is his soul finder and begins to understand the terrible life she has been forced to live his sole aim is, with the help of his family, to get Phee safely away from The Seer. Action packed from start to finish the pace was fast and exciting with really sweet little romantic moments for Yves and Phee as they start to realise that being a soul finder means they actually complement each other.

I adored the London setting, it made Stealing Phoenix seems really up to date to me and I loved the added bonus of little updates with Zed and Sky and with a few Xav scenes which hint that his book will be next well it makes sense we've had Zed, Yves so I just guessed that Xav would be next- see I can do the alphabet in reverse! Overall, it has a bit of everything- action, romance and creepy creepy baddies I devoured Stealing Phoenix in an afternoon sitting.

Thanks to Oxford publishing for giving me the opportunity of reading Stealing Phoenix and tune in tommorrow as My keeper shelf is the first slot on the Stealing Phoenix blogtour, author Joss Stirling will be talking about her favourite London places which inspired scenes in Stealing Phoenix. Oct 21, Sharon Mariampillai rated it really liked it Shelves: Another Benedict brother has found his soulfinder, or soulmate. This is the story of Yves and Phoenix. This book is great. I enjoyed every minute of it. Phoenix is a thief. She can freeze brainwaves from others, which is totally awesome if you ask me.

She tries to steal from Yves, but is unable to succeed. She makes some bad decisions throughout the book that annoyed me. However, I thought it didn't take away from the story. Yves is t Actual Rating: Yves is the gorgeous American boy. I think of him as the laid back brother because he is always relaxed and chilled. He is the complete opposite of Zed. To me, he is the boy with the heart of gold. I think that it is cool that the story is in the POV of the Benedict brothers chosen soulmate. It makes us see through her eyes the good and bad quality in each of the brothers.

Overall, an enjoyable read. Soy un cursi, por eso 5 estrellas. Wat is dit een geweldige serie, wanneer je eenmaal in een boek begonnen bent, wil je hem zo snel mogelijk uitlezen!

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Weer een boek van mijn priority lijst afgevinkt! Dit keer een boek waar ik stiekem al erg lang naar uit keek. Deel 1 heb ik gelezen in en daar heb ik onwijs van genoten! Deel 2 was ik dan ook erg benieuwd naar, maarja er staan zoveel boeken op mijn to read.. Deel 2 ging tot mijn grote verbazing anders dan deel 1.

Deel 1 volgt Sky en Zed en deze 2 leuke personages waren in deel 2 niet meer de hoofdpersonages.

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Dit keer volgen we Phoenix en de oudere broer van Zed: Hier moest ik dan o Weer een boek van mijn priority lijst afgevinkt! Hier moest ik dan ook even aan wennen. Het begin van het boek is dus heel anders: Toch vond ik het al snel leuk om te lezen. De schrijfstijl van Joss is heel vlot en leuk. Leuke grapjes tussendoor, daar hou ik van! Het verhaal vond ik net iets minder dan deel 1, maar ik vond het alsnog leuk om te lezen. Ik had alleen minder met Phoenix dan met Sky.

Phoenix was me iets te afstandelijk, iets te rebels. Yves vond ik ook minder tof dan Zed. Ik vind dat badboy achtige van Zed gewoon erg leuk! Van de laatste bladzijdes heb ik ook weer enorm gesmuld.. Mar 11, Lyanne rated it really liked it. This one is my personal favorite! I just love Yves! That name tho haha. Dec 03, Kirsty Amethyst Bookwyrm rated it really liked it Shelves: This and my other reviews can be found at http: Stealing Phoenix is just as good as Finding Sky with a girl with a hard upbringing and a guy who will do anything for her.

If I have one comp This and my other reviews can be found at http: If I have one complaint is that the romance was a bit too quick as they did not know each other that long. I would recommend this to people who like YA paranormal romance. Creo que tengo debilidad por los momentos familiares de este estilo, divertidos y muy unidos. Sin duda quiero conocer la historia de Xav. In my opinion Joss Stirling deserves a round of applause. I just finished reading StealingPhoenix and man, what a story.

I love the Benedicts-serie. I think that is just ingenious. Dark, brilliant and ingenious. Thank you Joss Stirling for sharing Benedicts-serie with us. There he becomes the target of Phoenix, a thief belonging to the Community. But Phoenix and Yves relationship goes beyond the one between a criminal and a victim. They are destined for each other.

Can Yves free Phoenix from her past and have a future with her? I liked this book. Maybe not as much as the first one but it didn't disappoint. Yves is a Benedict through and through. He's over confident, funny, a bit cocky and definitely protective. He's ready to risk a lot for Phoenix. As for her, she was really independent and stubborn.

She had many reactions I didn't understand and that didn't make sense for me but once she made up her mind she was a great heroine. The both of them really complete each other. Also I was really glad to see the whole family here too. Since the story is in London I was worried they wouldn't be but I was wrong. The plot was original and entertaining. Now I just want to start Xav story.

Deze recensie is als eerste geplaatst op Carpe Libra Na het toch wel tegenvallen van Het Verhaal van Sky stond ik niet te popelen om aan Het Verhaal van Phoenix te beginnen. Echter als je meedoet aan een Soulmates Readalong ontkom je er niet aan om dit boek op te pakken… En ik moet bekennen: Alleen het einde was wel iets te… Conclusie Het Verhaal van Phoenix was een betere match met mij dan zijn voorganger.

Der erste Band dieser Trilogie hat mir unglaublich gut gefallen. Phoenix hatte es noch nie einfach in ihrem Leben. Als sie mal wieder auf Raubzug ist, trifft sie auf Yves Benedict. Sie merkt sofort, dass der Junge anders ist. Dabei passieren Dinge mit denen sie nie gerechnet hat und sie muss sich entscheiden was sie denn eigentlich will. Zudem geht man dort auch nicht gerade nett mit seinen Artgenossen um.

Als ich die ersten 50 Seiten gelesen hatte, war ich mir echt nicht sicher, ob ich das Buch zu Ende lesen soll. Ihre ganze Art und ihr Verhalten damit kam ich einfach nicht gut klar. Trotzdem wolle ich ja gerne die Geschichte lesen und dann habe ich gedacht ach kommt, vielleicht wird es ja besser.

Dies wurde es auch mit der Zeit aber leider konnte ich zu Phoenix bis zum Ende keine gut Verbindung aufbauen. Sie war mir einfach nicht authentisch genug. Die Geschichte an sich hat mir gut gefallen. Die Idee von der Autorin und ihren Schreibstil fand ich wieder klasse. Die Geschichte ist einfach wunderbar aber leider hatte ich solche Probleme mit Phoenix. Ich kam mit ihrer Art einfach oft nicht klar. Das Ende war dann gut und ich werde definitiv Band 03 lesen. Phoenix, genannt Phee, ist ein Savant und eine Diebin.

Eines ihrer Opfer schien immun gegen ihre Gabe zu sein und entsetzt muss sie feststellen, dass es mit ihrem Opfer, Yves, weit mehr auf sich hat. Denn Yves ist ihr Seelenspiegel. Deshalb macht sie das, was sie am besten kann - sie haut ab. Dennoch fehlt mir immer noch ein kleiner Touch um die 5 Sterne komplett zu machen.

Joss Stirling hat mit ihr wieder mal einen Charakter erschaffen, der trotz einiger Fehler unheimlich sympathisch ist. Phoenix steht Sky in nichts nach, eher im Gegenteil.

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Let me say that it did not disappoint. I enjoyed the first book in this series, but this one was better. Joss Stirling does a great job of creating the interesting world of the savants. I love the closeness of the Benedict family. They are always there when they need each other and it is unconditional. In this book, Phoenix lives in a world of misery and fear.

She is a thief living within the Community. The members are ruled by the Seer, a despicable individual who cares only for himself. She is sent out to steal from Yves Benedict and discovers that her world will never be the same. The plot of this book is good. I did like that the backdrop and plot is completely different from the first book.

The Soulfinder relationship is an interesting connection. I did find myself wondering why is it the guys who always figure out that they found their soulfinder, but the girls are clueless. I do hope that the author finds a more interesting way for the Benedict brothers to find their soulfinders in the upcoming books.

She seems to like to make the females troubled and conflicted. I also hope that she makes them a little less annoying. While I liked Sky and Phoenix, their trust issues and reservations made me want to slap them a lot. Overall this is a good read and I recommend reading it. One person found this helpful. Phoenix' life has always been about surviving. Living in the Community meant that you did as you were told. If you were disobedient, you would be punished by the Seer, their leader, whom could easily mess with your mind. So far she has been able to stay out of his way, but everything goes wrong when Yves becomes her next mark.

Phoenix has to steal from him, but when they discover they are soulfinders her world turns upside down. Living life from the sidelines has made Phoenix wary. She doesn't know what it is to have a normal life, a loving family, not having to live in constant fear and survival mode. Her mother made her believe that finder her soulfinder, might be her only way out of the Community. But now Yves is standing right in front of her, she's doubting. They are from opposite sides of the tracks and she doesn't want to involve Yves in her life.

Yves luckily is very stubborn, an obvious family trait, and he's not going to give up so easily. It's what every Savant dreams of, finding their soulfinder. He just didn't expect his would have been trying to steal from him. But it will be a fun story to tell the children one time. Before they have the chance to enjoy this wonderful discovery, the Seer finds out and suddenly becomes very interested in Phoenix and her connection to the Benedict family. Since Phoenix is under his order, she has no choice but to obey him and that's when it all goes horribly wrong.

Everything she has tried to prevent comes crashing down. Now she and Yves have to find a way to get out from under the Seer's thumb. This was a great sequel. Yves is the smartest and sweetest boy from all the Benedicts.


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He and Phoenix are total opposite, so just sit back and enjoy the fireworks. They do pretty much nothing else but arguing. She wants to protect him from the Seer and he's thinking the same for her, but they have different ideas on how that is going to happen. The biggest difference between them is how Yves is very confident of his connection with Phoenix, how he wants to protect her and help her. He's had a very easy life compared to her, so he doesn't always fully understand how her world works.

Phoenix is not so sure that what's between them is meant to be, she has her doubts and is afraid Yves might get hurt if they would stay together. It's mostly her doubts and his stubbornness that gets them in trouble. Stealing Phoenix has a lot more action than Finding Sky. From the first page you realize the threat has always been there, you're right in the middle of it and it's not going to be so easy to get out of it.

You get a great point of view of what could happen if you grow up outside the Savant Net. The Benedicts are lucky, but it hasn't been so easy for everyone. Luckily for Phoenix, Yves would walk through fire for her. Besides all the action there is of course space for some romance, you do have two Savants who found their soulfinder. So between all the action and the drama, you get some lovely scenes with London on the background. It's also always fun to even just read the difference between American and British English, it even has it's effect on the humor in the book. Definitely a great mix.

One thing I do wonder is why it's always told from the girl's POV, considering the series are about the Benedicts. So the girls are the new one's, but they get to tell their story. I think it would be very interesting to see the Benedict boys' side of the story, to get a better look at their family dynamic. I absolutely love it! We get an imaginative look at a phoenix. The trick is having read the first installment of this wonderful series do I know I will not be reading about a mythological bird..

Stirling must be her own genie in a bottle stealing her title straight from the pages of creative writing. Not only is Phee stealing to survive, but Yves is stealing for love. Joss Stirling managed to stun me as she continued to weave a plot with more mystery and utter heart breaking moment that seized my very breath. Stirling didn't slack on character development as she intertwine the plot and characters from book one and built a solid foundation for the series to thrive upon.

You will be on the edge of your seat, with tear stained cheeks and hope in your heart unable to turn the pages fast enough. This was another terrific read from Joss Stirling and she ends the story with a flourish of family love. I honestly can't wait to read more about the Benedict Brothers in books to come!!

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