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The Space Beyond (The Book of Phoenix 2) by [Cook, Kristie]
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The Space Beyond (The Book of Phoenix 2) Kindle Edition

4.9 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews
Book 2 of 3 in The Book of Phoenix (3 Book Series)

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About the Author

Kristie Cook is a lifelong, award-winning writer in various genres, from marketing communications to fantasy fiction. She continues to write the Soul Savers Series, a New Adult paranormal romance / contemporary fantasy, with Promise, Purpose, Devotion, Power, and the latest release, Wrath, book five, available now. She’s also written a companion novella, Genesis: A Soul Savers Novella, which details the compelling history of her Soul Savers mythology. Over 300,000 Soul Savers books have been sold, with Promise peaking at #54 on the Amazon Top 100 Paid list and at #1 in the Amazon Fantasy category. Kristie’s second series, The Book of Phoenix, is a New Adult paranormal trilogy. The Space Between and The Space Beyond are currently available, and The Space Within will be available Summer 2014. Besides writing, Kristie enjoys reading, cooking, traveling and riding on the back of a motorcycle. She has lived in ten states, but currently calls Southwest Florida home with her husband, three sons, a beagle, and a puggle.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4060 KB
  • Print Length: 364 pages
  • Publisher: Ang'dora Productions, LLC (17 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KEXI780
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #163,691 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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So in this, the second book in the trilogy, we follow Leni and Jeric as they come to terms with their obligations and responsibilities. Their struggle to remember who they are as opposed to who they thought they were. And more, their reticence in trusting their own instincts.

Their first mission has them second guessing themselves, and I really enjoyed how Leni and Jeric each deal with their issues in their own ways. Together but separate. Unity wrapped up in uncertainty.

And then there is Bex. Her character is written with a deft touch and her relationships with the other people in her life, particularly the men, are described in such a way as to catch the reader up in that very moment. By stages humorous, sad, loving and tragic. The rollercoaster which Bex rides through this tale will leave you out of breath and emotionally jostled.

I try not to do spoilers in these review but the ending will leave you wanting more. So much more. Fortunately, the final book in the tale is also available now. It has been added to the top of the leaning tower that is my to be read pile!

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
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The Space Beyond picks up from where The Space Between left off. I feel it pertinent to point out that if you have not read The Space Between, you really should prior to reading The Space Beyond.

The Space Beyond thrusts us back into the lives and love of Leni and Jeric as they set off to reunite two lost souls in danger of growing dark. If they are to be successful in their mission not only does Leni have to learn to trust her instincts, Jeric needs to trust that Leni can guide them wherever they need to go.

We are also reintroduced to Bex (aka Bethanny) and the book largely follows her exploration of the trials she ‘s faced in her life and how they have shaped her.

Point of view switches between Jeric, Leni and Bex provide first hand insight into the thoughts and feelings of these characters.

Bex’s POV was my favorite – I love her character. She’s ballsy, sassy, and full of interesting and sometimes hilarious one liners. I felt everything she did, laughed when she laughed, cried when she cried – which for Bex, was not very often, but you see where I am going with this. The fact she pulled at my emotions is a testament to the writing. There is so much more I could say about her character but I don’t want to write anything that could (and would) be deemed a spoiler.

Kristie Cook also explores a sensitive subject and she does so beautifully. Some if it horrified me, as it should, the nature of the subject is nothing less than horrific to begin with so why write it any differently?

The Space Beyond is written so well that at times I found myself unsure of just who I should be backing. The twists blew me away, the surprises – unexpected.
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My review:

Kristie has done it again! I have loved all her published books and she keeps surprising me. Whenever I think I've seen it all, she truly takes the story to the next level.
When the first book in The Book of Phoeniz series, The Space Between, came out, I was excited and I really waited for this one,for The Space Beyond. It's well-written, heart-wrenching, thrilling, captivating and has great developed characters.


The Space Beyond takes off from where the first book ended.
Jeric and Leni have still lot to learn about what it means to be the Guardians and there are so many unanswered questions. The Book doesn't give any obvious answers to them and neither do their guides. It comes out, that Leni and Jeric are to lead the Guardians and the Phoenix, but Leni is insecure and Jeric doesn't really want to lead others. He just wants to be with Leni and make her happy.

When Leni and Jeric go back to the place they have once visited, Lake Haven, they meet with Bex, Ty and Dr. Mason Hayes. Leni has doubts if Bex is the one the Guardians are supposed to protect, but there are signs which refer to that. What is even more complicated is the process of finding out who is her other half, her Twin Flame.

What I loved about the book:

I loved the beginning of the story, the way the author refers back to the first book to fresh up the readers memory.

I loved the serious topics Kristie handels with care. There are emotional parts in this books which are very hard to read. It's not because of the writing, but it's because it deals with domestic abuse.
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I do not even know where to begin with this review. Have you ever read a book that gave you what is referred to as a “book hangover”? A book that stayed with you long after you have finished reading it, weighing on your thoughts for days! This is what Kristie Cook does to me, don’t get me wrong it is not a bad thing at all. If you have not read book one The Space Between, I highly recommend that you read it first. It will help to understand this book better.

The Space Beyond picks up pretty much where we left Lani and Jeric in The Space Between. They are learning more about what it means to be a twin flame again and what their mission is in helping others find their other half, soul mate or twin flame. But they have to find out more of who they are or should I say have been in their past lives, all of this will help them to become who they really are and what they are capable of doing. Part of being a twin flame and living multiple lives trying to reunite again as one they remember little bits of their old lives and the people they knew before. When a soul is reborn into a new body they still keep the soul that was them in all of their past lives. Their souls are recognized by one another, but it is more like a feeling of déjà vu. But by remembering memories they learn to recognize the soul thus remembering more of who they are.

There is a mix of paranormal and spiritual beings in this story, also some real life situations. This story had me on an emotional rollercoaster, part of the story could have been my life. I felt the emotions and the physical feelings of one of the characters, not something too many books I have read have ever accomplished. To many some parts may be too much to bear, but they are real life situations.
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