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Fox and Phoenix by Beth Bernobich
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This book is great! I would recommend it to people who like fantasy and adventure stories, and I bet lovers of realistic fiction would also appreciate the quality of writing in intense plot. The book starts out by explaining what happened to Kai, the main character in the story, before the time in which the book takes place telling this information won't really ruin the story, to read on! Kai used to be the leader of a gang of friends in Lóng city. The gang won a competition in which they had to do three impossible things, meeting the princess of the city, Lian, in the process. Then they helped Lian go to the pheonix empire to learn statecraft. Okay, back to the present. Kai's gang has mostly split up and gone their own path, and the king of Lóng city is dying. The king of the ghost dragons (yes, there are ghost dragons) sends Kai on a quest to travel to pheonix empire to tell Lian about her father and bring her back to Lóng city. With the help of his friend Yan, Kai makes his way to the pheonix empire. Along the way, Kai and Yan confront mercenaries, avalanches, biting cold, steep mountains, and more mercenaries!
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September 30, 2017 – Shelved

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