Pages no: 321
Edition language: English
Series: The Internment Chronicles .5 (#2)
I will gladly admit that this second installment was better than the first book. I really enjoyed reading on with the story of Morgan and her friends, as they try to find their place on the ground. It was really funny reading about their reactions to things we all consider normal, like rain. Living ...
Burning Kingdoms is the second book in The Internment Chronicles series. It starts off where Perfect Ruin ended with some of the characters from Internment attempting to fly below the wind barrier to reach the ground, which they've been never been allowed to see. To say anymore then that would give ...
Two worlds. One in the sky, one on the ground. Each with their problems, their wars. Can they help one another achieve peace, or will one destroy the other. Morgan sets in motion a collision course of the two kingdoms while discovering what the ground has to offer. Discovering flaws, pain and love ...
If a book ever needed a 'previously on...' section, this was it