Review – The Phoenix Rising Destiny Calls by Phenice Arielle


Sure, Kay’s parents didn’t think twice about sending her to therapy. 

After all, Kay fully believes that she just narrowly escaped an explosion, watched a handsome co-ed walk through fire for her—oh, and that she battled an extremely skilled foe to the death—all before her 10 AM class! 

They’re just dreams of course, but when this talented NYU student wins a coveted trip to South Africa, she must soon decide whether she’s willing to never see her friends and family again to help somehow familiar strangers BRING ABOUT PEACE. 

Now, if Kay can survive the hand-to-hand combat and the one with the ivory dagger who wishes her death, Kay may just become the kind of PEACE seeking hero her classmates would never believe. Kay might even fall in love. 

Of course, our brave girl may instead discover the answer to something she never wanted to know the answer TO: 

What happens… when you die.



The Phoenix Rising was one of those novels that sucked me in right from the start. The way the main character Kay goes between dream and reality throughout the novel maintained my avid interest to say the least.

There were parts of this book that definitely pulled on my heartstrings with its emotion and relation of the characters. The story took me to places I wasn’t expecting with surprising twists and turns.

The creative imagination the author brings to her story is fascinating as the scenes play out in colourful imagery and with rapt attention I can’t wait for the next novel.   

About the Author: 

Occupation: Writer, Playwright and Part-time Cat



The New York Beacon and The Daily Challenge call BESTSELLING author Phenice Arielle
a “LITERARY PHENOM!!!” ★★★★★

The Phoenix Rising – Destiny Calls is now available with DISCUSSION QUESTIONS! 

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