By: Veronica Rossi
Published: January 8, 2013
Rating: This was a really good sequel to Under the Never Sky. There is something fulfilling about reading a good sequel. There was good world and character building. At the beginning of the book I knew there was going to be romance and it's not that I don't like romance books, I just wasn't in the mood as much. By the end I was loving everything about this book. I now love Perry and Aria.
They have a tough relationship because Aria is and dweller and an Aud and this isn't the type of girl Perry should be with according to everyone (except for Roar). I'm really looking forward to seeing what will happen with their relationship in the third book.
Now setting the romance aspect aside. Aria's main goal was finding the still blue. I is the only safe place for everyone because there are no aether storms. Everything that Aria has learned about the still blue points to the north. Sable is the leader in the tribe in the north, he was also the man Liv, Perry's sister was supposed to marry. Aria travels north and we finally meet Liv.
I really liked Rossi's writing style. I just enjoyed the characters, the world, and how the book played out a lot. It was a really good sequel and I really enjoyed it.