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Summer Star (The Blue Phoenix Series Book 1.5) by [Swallow, Lisa]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3216 KB
  • Print Length: 160 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00TLFMP7G
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
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A companion book to Summer Sky, from Dylan's perspective! Really, really good too, Lisa is so good at getting her characters, she makes sure that we get them too. Thankfully! You have to read for yourself to find out what we're all on about. Enjoy.
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The blue Phoenix series is one I find myself unable to put down. After two sleepless nights of... 'I'll just read one more chapter....just one more' I find myself so in love with all of the characters. Even though this book is 1.5 it's the latest one to be released at the time of this review and being able to go back and read from Dylan's point of view just cements to me how much this set will always be near the very front of my reading collection. Heart wrenching and captivating barely skim the surface of how deep these books drag you in :) you don't just connect with one person and their story, you get to connect with 6 or more over the set if books, and that's just a rough guess and that's even before Bryn's story is released, which, you guessed it, I will be waiting for with severe impatience!
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Summer star is book #1.5 in the Blue Phoenix Series and is the retelling of Summer Sky from Dylan's POV.

I was gifted a copy of this book by the author.

I've been converted to male POV books and this one has again reaffirmed why they are so good.

Dylan is conceited and obnoxious but I absolutely adore him!!!

Some of his thoughts and actions in this book should make you hate him, yet instead I think they make him more likeable.

I could feel the despair and misery his rock star life was causing him and I just wanted to reach into the book and hug him!

I love Dylan and sky together, they bounce off each other and the banter they have reminds me of two teenagers. Their relationship is simplistic yet incredibly complicated and deep.

It was so lovely to see Dylan’s desire for Sky, all those times he just seemed like an idiot in Sumner Sky was actually him trying to prove he was a good person.

Poor Dylan is broken and weary but Sky doesn't take any messing from him. Seeing Sky's one liners and jabs at Dylan from his perspective actually make them even funnier.

This book makes me want to reread Falling Sky just to convince myself they really do get a happily ever after.

Summer Sky felt youthful and innocent but Summer Star has a much darker undertone. I suppose because Dylan’s world is in a much more intense, darker place and this really comes through in Dylan whenever he interacts with the band or management.

All of Dylan’s behaviour somehow seems justified though perhaps a little selfish at times. Even though I knew how this ended I was still rooting for them to be ok lol

Summer Star is the perfect companion novel for the series, I loved it.

Summer star gets 4 stars from me
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Summer Star tells the story of when Dylan, lead singer of rock band Blue Phoenix, met Sky, a regular girl trying to escape from a bad break up.
They literally crash in to each other one day, down a country lane. Both running away from life, and straight in to each other.
This time we get the beginning of Summer Sky from Dylan's POV.

When I first read Summer Sky, the first Blue Phoenix story, and where it all began. My favorite parts had been when Dylan and Sky first met. I loved how they came to be at the cottage at the same time. Those first scenes where they were getting to know each other were the best. Everything was all quiet crushing, and learning about each other, perhaps finding themselves at the same time.

They say you can never really get the feeling back, of reading a book for the first time. With Summer Star, it kind of felt like I was. It was like reading a different book, but also one I love, I already loved the characters and the story, but it felt new and different.

Dylan's POV is so different from when we read it in Sky's POV. Dylan is a Rock God and desired by millions all over the world. When he meets Sky, he isn't in an entirely good place. He is battling inner demons, and needs to be as far from the world of Blue Phoenix as he can get. We get to be inside rock god Dylan Morgan's head, as he is blown away by beautiful, and unique Sky. Hearing his reactions and thoughts was awesome. You can even see his transition from the man he was when he crashed in to Sky, to whom he becomes after spending a few days, with the girl who slowly steals his heart.

Again, this POV shows just how versatile author Lisa Swallow can be. Reverse POV's never usually grab my attention, but she made it feel like reading a whole new story. It was gripping, funny, and started my addiction to Dylan Morgan all over again. I'll never tire of anything that comes out of the Blue Phoenix world.
5 Stars.
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Ever wanted to truly be in the head of a messed up rock star? Messed up when he's stone-cold sober, no less. I've read all of Ms Swallow's Blue Phoenix series and this one seriously gets you deep into Dylan's psyche. Not a nice place to be - even after you've seen the inside of Jem's head in Rising. But it's always the quiet ones you have to watch until they snap...

Yes, Dylan's a self-proclaimed d*ckhead. Narcissistic to a fault - the number of times he admired his own body made me wonder if he was into women at all. But somehow, Sky seems to hold his ticket back to reality...and Mr Rock God wants everything she can offer.

While the events are the same as those in Summer Sky, this book gives you a deeper understanding of the circumstances behind them. Even that legendary bacon sandwich that Sky (and I!) will never forget...I was shocked to discover that it almost didn't happen. As to why, well...luckily, I don't do spoilers, so you'll have to read this one for yourself.

Five stars. Now I need to go reread the rest of the series. You should, too.
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