It's been months since Aria learned of her mother's death.Through the Ever Night and Into the Still Blue by Veronica Rossi.
Months since Perry became Blood Lord of the Tides, and months since Aria last saw him.
Now Aria and Perry are about to be reunited. It's a moment they've been longing for with countless expectations. And it's a moment that lives up to all of them. At least, at first.
Then it slips away. The Tides don't take kindly to former Dwellers like Aria. And the tribe is swirling out of Perry's control. With the Aether storms worsening every day, the only remaining hope for peace and safety is the Still Blue. But does this haven truly exist?
Threatened by false friends and powerful temptations, Aria and Perry wonder, Can their love survive through the ever night?
In this second book in her spellbinding Under the Never Sky trilogy, Veronica Rossi combines fantasy and sci-fi elements to create a captivating adventure-and a love story as perilous as it is unforgettable.
- This book was definitely better than the first. There was still some build-up to the next book, but it was interesting enough on its own.
- Aria has gotten smarter and stronger, I really enjoyed her growth from the first book.
- Soren got a better wrap in this book, still snarky, but not as awful as he seemed in the first book.
- I really enjoy Cinder's character and feel he is going to be a pivotal role in the final book. He is so sweet and so is Willow's crush on him.
- I mentioned this already, but the middle book, like the first, needs the final book for completion. I know that a trilogy signifies that there is a continuation to the story, but I enjoy when each book stands on his own.
- The world-building has some holes. I would assume that there is a vast amount of space in-between the territories, but they seem to be able to walk significant mileage quickly. Unrealistic.
- Along with the travel issues, I wish that there was some more description on the pods. I have a really hard time imagining what the pods.