Fox and Phoenix

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Viking, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 360 pages
17 Reviews
"One cool, lively, exciting book set in a unique new world-more, please!" - Tamora Pierce

The king of Long City is dying. For Kai Zu, the news means more than it does for most former street rats in the small mountain stronghold, because he and the king's daughter are close friends. Then the majestic ruler of the ghost dragons orders Kai to travel across the country to the Phoenix Empire, where the princess is learning statecraft. In a court filled with intrigue, Kai and his best (female) friend Yan must work together to help the princess escape and return to Long City. A refreshing mixture of magic, wit, and action, Fox and Phoenix is an auspicious debut!

"I couldn't stop reading! Ghost dragons, talking pig spirit-companions, magic phones, royal intrigue, and a treacherous journey. . . . I loved this adventure through a unique magic world." - Sarah Beth Durst, author of Into the Wild

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Review: Fox and Phoenix (Lóng City #1)

User Review  - Sandra the Nook Worm - Goodreads

I loved this asian-inspired fantasy. With spirit animals, budding romance and a magical adventure, what's not to love? Okay, one thing that made me take away a star in my review would be the way the ... Read full review

Review: Fox and Phoenix (Lóng City #1)

User Review  - Kitsune2000 - Goodreads

I really liked the uniqueness of the storyline. It's as if the author took ancient China and zapped it into the future. The characters are interesting, especially the spirit animals. I really want a ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Beth Bernobich (www.beth-bernobich.com) lives in Bethany, Connecticut.

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