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Journey of a Falcon

(Thornfield #2)

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He got away with one secret. But this one can cost him all.

All Alex ever wanted was to be a normal teenager: to quit dancing, to stop living by other people’s rules, and most importantly to lift the weight of his mother’s unhappiness off his shoulders.
With Katherine gone from Thornfield he finds himself once again on the crossroad between his love and loyalty towards Kat a
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Published January 5th 2021
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Shabnam Hosseini
Jan 04, 2021 rated it really liked it
The first book had me reeling at the end of the first book! So I couldn't wait to start reading this!

There was so much growth in this book, between Alex and Kat! And also there is definitely some great friendships starting in this book!

We get so much into the thoughts of Alex and what goes on in his mind. You get too see two sides of him. The one where he shows to the world and the one in his mind and only sometimes shares with Kat. Honestly sometimes I could just slap him over the head as well
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Miquel Angel
Jan 05, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Mia made her debut with Journey of a Butterfly, where she perfectly combined ballet, drama, action, character development, and a very entertaining story.
In Journey of a Falcon she has proven to go a step further and having the main character of book 1 (Kat) away, she has managed to incorporate more ballet (without being too technical, but focusing more on the feelings and what do dancers feel), more drama, develop the characters and switch the POV from a girl perspective to a boy with a complete
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My Little Booktopia
Dec 24, 2020 rated it really liked it
‘Only with Kat did I feel truly wanted, and she didn’t even have to lose her clothes for it.’

3.75 stars

Journey Of A Falcon by Mia Kun is a YA ballet academy romance novel and is the second book in the Thornfield series.

This book picks up right where the last book left us, but is now told mostly from the POV of Kat’s best friend Alex. During this book we witness relationships being tested, others develop and lies and secrets are revealed.

Whilst I enjoyed this book I felt the writing didn’t flo
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Laura Fabian
Jan 02, 2021 rated it really liked it
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This second part of Thornfield was as good as the first: the drama continues where Journey of a Butterfly left off, plus it's Alex's turn to tell his story and reveal his biggest secret that may not be the best kept.

In this book Kat is closer to achieving her professional dream in ballet, but her life is still not perfect since she is far from Alex and Will, and she doesn’t know what really happened between the last and Belinda on New Years Eve. For her part, Alex is still in Thornfield, trying
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Sanmugapriya
Jan 05, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2021-reads, 4ish-star, arc
✨Welcome to my life, my friend. I had never made sense in sixteen years, almost seventeen.✨
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This book picks up from the cliff-hanger JOAB ended and is told fully in Alex’s POV. Lies, Deceit, Friendship, Love, Suspense, Emotional and Collateral these are the words I would use to describe the book and it totally left me Awe. The initial 40+% of the book was so awesome, even better than JOAB. But I kind of got side tracked and totally lost interest when Alex went to meet his Mother. It was kind
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Maddie (Bookaholic_Dreamer)
After the way Journey of a Butterfly ended, I was definitely looking forward to Journey of a Falcon to see what would happen. Especially because of the cliffhanger.
Journey of a Falcon begins where Journey of a Butterfly ended, but this time the story is told from Alex’s perspective.

Alex Demidov is definitely a complex character, which we see more of and get to watch unravel as to why as his story progresses. Without Kat by his side, we get to see him try to navigate his life. W
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Mia
Jan 06, 2021 rated it really liked it
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Secret, lies, deception and most importantly unconditional and sometimes blind love.

‘Journey Of A Falcon’ by Mia Kun is the second book of her debut series ‘Thornfield’,and the continuation of Kat and Alex’s journey.
Although Kat is mostly absent from this book, we still get frequent updates from her and she is most definitely an important part of this book.

I loved the ballet aspect of the story because it was easy to understand (especially for someone who doesn’t know anything about b
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Jeni
Jan 12, 2021 rated it really liked it
Journey of a Falcon is the second installment of the Thornfield series, a YA centered around ballet.


This time round we have a new main protagonist, Alex.


Quick catch up

If you didn't read book one, Journey of a Butterfly, and you definitely should, I'll just quickly catch you up on events previously.


Kat and Alex are bff's and long time dance partner's, losing a bet Kat finds herself dragged reluctantly to boarding school by Alex, who's desperate to find out what life's like when your not living yo
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When I first read JOAB, I loved it. It was a refreshing break from all the dark romance that I'd been reading, and I have Mia's writing to thank for it. JOAB was like a 4 star read, and because of that I had highhh expectations for JOAF.
However, JOAF didn't quite meet those expectations, and my favourite part only was the ending. There were times when I had to force-read this one, and some times when I GENUINELY wanted to continue reading.
In this book, we get
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Charlene
Dec 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing
If you haven’t started the Thornfield duet yet, run quick and one click Journey of a Butterfly...you won’t be sorry. YA is not my usual genre, but Mia Kun has changed all that with these two books! After the cliffhanger at the end of book 1, I was more than eager to dive into this one.

Although Kat is no longer at Thornfield, she’s still foremost in Alex’s mind, while he tries to navigate life without her. Alex has quit dancing, but his plate is definitely still full as the gossip, secrets and li
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Summer Ford
Jan 19, 2021 rated it it was amazing
I was blown away by the first book in this series and couldn’t wait to read the next one. This story continued to keep me on my toes while making my head spin which is really hard to do but I enjoyed every minute of it!
I loved reading from Alex’s POV. In Journey of a Butterfly, which was written from Kat’s POV Alex seemed very confident to the point that he was almost arrogant. In Journey of a Falcon I felt like we got to know the real Alex and my heart broke for him however it was then rebuilt
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FunUndertheCovers
Dec 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Journey of a Falcon is the much anticipated continuation after the cliffhanger in Journey of a Butterfly.

Although Kat is no longer at Thornfield, she’s still foremost in Alex’s mind, while he tries to navigate life without her. Alex has quit dancing, but his plate is definitely still full as the gossip, secrets and lies still abound at Thornfield. Trying to piece together the truth and figure out who to trust weighs heavily on him. When Pandora’s Box is opened to reveal the biggest secret of al
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Stacey Woods
Jan 06, 2021 rated it really liked it
We get to see how the story unfolds here and how Alex's mind really works. This book was as beautifully written as the first. It is smoothly written and truly a work of art. However, there were slow times that seemed to drag on. All in all a good read. ...more
lowkeyreader
Jan 02, 2021 rated it really liked it
Ever since that cliffhanger from the first book, I have been waiting for the continuation of Kat and Alex's story. There is still so much going on, pandora boxes left to be open. I'm glad to see more of Alex's side of the story and realised how complex his character really is.

Basically, this one is still as intriguing as the first book, or even more. There are a lot of unexpected twists and turns, and drama. I don't think you'll get bored from reading this one!
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Diana
Jan 01, 2021 rated it really liked it
I loved Alex &Kat more in this book.
Their journey continues.
This book was beautifully written also i love the ballet aspect of this book.


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Brittnie Becker
Dec 27, 2020 rated it really liked it
In this book Alex really made some poor decisions throughout trying to protect his best friend Kat from secrets and deception. from book 1 Where it gets complicated is his jealousy for someone who he believes is hurting his friend is met with silence.

Alex is on the verge of repeating his problematic behavior of never thinking of himself first.

We see how Kat's time at the royal ballet is going also.

I enjoyed the evolution between Alex and nikolaev's relationship .

I do like that Alex finally l
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Mia Kun
Jan 06, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Mia is a Young Adult and Romance author.
She grew up in Budapest, Hungary, but she is currently living in London.
She's been dancing since she was six and that's why ballet is heavily featured in her books. If she is not writing she loves to spend time with her friends and dog, and reading.

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