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Falling Sky (The Blue Phoenix Series Book 2) by [Swallow, Lisa]
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Falling Sky (The Blue Phoenix Series Book 2) Kindle Edition

4.6 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews
Book 2 of 6 in Blue Phoenix (6 Book Series)
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About the Author

Lisa Swallow, CPA, CMA, MS teaches a host of sustainable business and accounting classes a the University of Montana College of Technology. She serves as a board member on the Sustainable Business Council and Sustainable Campus Committee. Swallow has also written chapters on green marketing and business for a leading Principles of Business textbook.

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  • File Size: 3443 KB
  • Print Length: 294 pages
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews
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This book isn't just Falling Sky - it's an absolute roller coaster ride of emotions as life's ups and downs take Dylan and Sky to the pinnacle of happiness...and the despairing depths of losing everything, including those they love.

The cliffhanger at the end of Summer Sky is resolved in this one, but it's the sort of problem that can never be completely, perfectly resolved, due to the sheer nature of the issue. No, I'll give no spoilers on that.

As the rock and roll touring life spirals out of control again, Dylan needs his Sky more than ever - but Sky has her own issues to face. Life throws everything it has at these two and leaves you hanging on from start to finish, as you desperately need to know if love will be enough to carry them through.

A book about imperfect heroes and heroines learning to overcome the past in order to change the future, Falling Sky had me close to tears more than once. Just as I jumped straight from the ending of Summer Sky to the start of Falling Sky, I can't wait for the next book in this series to be released.

Five well-deserved stars.
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**I was extremely lucky to receive a copy of this book in exchange for an honest and fair review.**

Phew!! Here we are....Book two. An eagerly awaited sequel that was badly needed, to put straight the 100's of questions I had buzzing around from the end of Summer Sky. Anyone who has read Summer Sky knows how it ends, and how important it is to get hold of Falling Sky and find out what happened.
Summer Sky started Dylan and Sky's story. They crash into each other literally and find out just how hard it is to walk away. Through all the ups and downs they experience along the way, you can feel the building affection they have for each other, and just how strong it becomes. Yet, not all want Dylan and Sky to have their Happy Ever After. Sins of the past are dragged up and rehashed to cause some rifts between them. That is exactly how Summer Sky was left. A secret was confessed by someone and left Sky questioning Dylan.
Here we are in Falling Sky and it's four months later. Four months for Dylan and Sky to get on with their lives as they were before they met. They are both trying to survive and forget about each other, but that's never going to happen.

"Did it work?" I ask harshly, "Do you feel nothing?"
"Until I saw you again, then everything flooded in. I ache to have you back, Sky."

I'm not going to give any details, or spoilers away. It was quite a shocking and tense ending to Summer Sky and I really don't want to spoil the story by giving anything away.
I can only go on to say just how much I loved this conclusion to Sky and Dylan's story. Right from the start, I was transported straight back into their story. It hadn't felt like I had to wait at all.
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By Laura TOP 500 REVIEWER on 8 Jan. 2016
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There is more heartache for Dylan and Sky...in fact, it's one thing after another! At times, this story started to remind me of the 'Thoughtless Trilogy' in that just as things look like they're going OK for the couple, something else comes along to cause problems!

I did find myself a bit bored at times, I felt the story was dragging but it also spent time setting up the other books for the other band members, which I am interested to read. I liked Dylan and Sky and I like the authors writing style. It was interesting to read about Dylan's life in the band and the consequences of the papparazzi etc. I'm sure most of what went on definitely goes on in real life as well! I started picturing the band as 'One Direction' ha ha!

They get their happy ever after, but no doubt we will continue to read about Dylan and Sky in the other books as their story was not exactly complete. Jem's is the story that intrigues me the most but I shall read the books in order.
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I was lucky enough to receive an early copy of the book for an honest review :)

**Contains Some Spoilers from the first book**

I'll start by saying a few of the series I read I have felt disappointed by the ending, this however was not the case of the Dylan/Sky Blue Phoenix series. After reading Summer Sky I had a major book hangover (I hadn't had one of those in a while) the rape scenario was one we don't see in the 'rockstar' books. Usually they are full of the cliche groupie cheating rubbish and secret babies bla bla.

I was excited to see what direction the rape allegation would be taken in and I wasn't disappointed. I don't want to give anything away but with this book I really felt like I never knew what was going to happen next. I'd teared up three times by about 30%, I also got angry with Dylan for being stupid and I also really felt for Sky. She wasn't the typical girl we see in most books that automatically forgives him the minute he walks back through her door, she really battled with her head and her heart which made it feel much more realistic. I think women these days are stronger in relationships, especially when wronged by a man and it was nice to see this reflected by Lisa in Sky.

Another nice part was getting to know the rest of Blue Phoenix better, Steve the band manager is up to no good and I feel he's going to be causing lots of problems with the band in the upcoming books. Bryn is still somewhat of a mystery and I imagine we'll find out a lot more about him in the next installment. Now Jem I was of the assumption he is a massive ahole which you will think for the majority of the book but then you start to see the cracks in him and in a way start to feel sorry for him (annoyingly).
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