The Phoenix Requiem: Volume Two

The Phoenix Requiem Volume Two As the supernatural manifestations become stronger and no cure to the deadly disease can be found Anya and Jonas must leave Esk in an attempt to seek out answers Meanwhile Robyn and Petria are left

  • Title: The Phoenix Requiem: Volume Two
  • Author: Sarah Ellerton
  • ISBN: 9780981959979
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback
  • As the supernatural manifestations become stronger and no cure to the deadly disease can be found, Anya and Jonas must leave Esk in an attempt to seek out answers Meanwhile, Robyn and Petria are left to fend their hometown from the dangerous monsters that now prowl the streets.

    One thought on “The Phoenix Requiem: Volume Two”

    1. I read the five volumes of The Phoenix Requiem in one go, and will review them in one go. My thoughts: A very beautifully illustrated fantasy graphic novel with an intriguing story which started well and kept me reading, but left me feeling a bit confused and let down by the end of it.

    2. While not as slow as the first volume, The Phoenix Requiem Volume Two builds on the story of Vol 1 steadily. Personally, I would have preferred to see some battle scenes between the humans and Hellions and/or Shades. I want to know more about Jonas. Why did the spirit say "He is like us"? Is Anya's theory about magic being the underlying cause of the plague correct? What is the connection between the museum curator and Jonas? Would Robyn and Petria find a way to fight and defeat the Shades? Whos [...]

    3. There isn't much that I can say that I hadn't already covered in the first review. The artwork is gorgeous. It really encourages me to grab a pad and pencil and start drawing, if only I could. The story continues with more mysterious shades, decaying bodies, and heartbreaking realizations. I'm going to make this review short, so I can hurry and begin the third. The plot thickens as more people decay almost instantly after their death. As Anya and Jonas search for answers elsewhere, Robyn and Pet [...]

    4. Reading this online I just keep going and going, I can't help it. I am wrapped up in the story and want to know what happens. The illustrations are fabulous. Ms. Ellerton has skills I can only dream of and combined with the story this book is hard to beat. I will continue reading

    5. Faster paced than volume 1, art is still brilliant, and more mystery surrounds the "snowman"Looking forward to part 3

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