The Devil's Kitchen
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The Devil's Kitchen


In The Night Watchman Express, Miriam and Simon were kidnapped and thrown on the strange train... Now in Book Two of The Crown Phoenix series, they arrive at the terrifying destination known as Devil's Kitchen.

There they will face human experiments in a laboratory known as The Infirmary.

There Miriam will be forced to work in an underground factory.

There Simon is held in a luxurious prison by jailers who are as beautiful as they are deadly...

And their courage will be tested to the breaking point.

Title:The Devil's Kitchen
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:242 pages

    The Devil's Kitchen Reviews

  • Amanda
    Jan 15, 2012

    Much much much better than the first!! I really enjoyed this one over the first. For starters the weaving of the character events from chapter to chapter worked so much better not only for the pacing ...

  • Karielle
    Sep 20, 2012

    The Devil's Kitchen (The Crown Phoenix #2) by Alison DeLucaPage Count: 246Release Date: 3 October 2012Publisher: Myrddin Publishing GroupSource: Complimentary copy provided by author in exchange for a...

  • Connie Jasperson
    Dec 01, 2011

    Once again Alison DeLuca hits the ground running in the opening chapters of 'Devil's Kitchen', the second book in 'The Crown Phoenix Series' and the story never stops moving until the last page. While...

  • Carlie Cullen
    Feb 16, 2012

    Having devoured The Night Watchman Express, the first in the Crown Phoenix series, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on Devil’s Kitchen (book 2). I purchased it the very day I finished the first boo...

  • Cassandra (The book & movie dimension blogger)
    Nov 19, 2012

    Previously in the Night Watchman Express we unfortunately were witness to Simon and Miriam's kidnapping through The Night Watchman Express. In The Devil's Kitchen Simon and Miriam attempt to survive i...

  • Alysa H.
    Jan 24, 2014

    This Neo-Victorian tale is structurally superior to Book 1, which kind of felt like two entirely different books stuck together, but it was still ultimately a little disappointing. I liked the "creepy...

  • Ross Kitson
    Oct 15, 2012

    This is the second book in the re-issued Crown Phoenix series and follows directly on from the events in book one, The night Watchman Express. It could be read on its own, but it makes far more sense ...

  • Indie e-books
    Nov 06, 2011

    Swallowed it in a day...The second novel in a YA Steampunk series, I read the first: "The Night Watchman Express" late last year and had immediately added this one to my reading list... I liked how th...

  • Shaun Allan
    Nov 24, 2011

    Having never read a steampunk novel before, I was blown away by the first book in Alison DeLuca's Crown Phoenix series, the Nightwatchman Express. As such, I was excited to pick up this sequel and OMG...

  • J.J. Lair
    Sep 25, 2012

    I was surprise by the brutality experienced by the characters when they were kidnapped, but they survive and find their captures weakness. The suspense and conflicts were heavy and involving. I couldn...