Under the Never Sky (Under the Never Sky, #1)
Pages no: 374
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
This cover is so pretty. I feel like this style, person walking towards the reader, is used a lot, but it still looks great. I love the colors and how the Aether and twisted thorns are featured on the cover. I heard so many great reviews for this book and I had such high hopes. And I fortunately w...
4.5 stars.One of the reasons (okay, maybe the main reason) I read YA is because it caters to my short attention span. Yes, there are YA novels that are burdened by extensive navel gazing, exposition that reads like a history textbook, and/or overly detailed description that could be used to file an ...
An interesting read, but definitely not for younger readers (there is sex). I felt like parts of it were contrived because the author needed things to happen that way. That said, I connected to the characters and cared about what happened to them. the suspense kept me turning the page, even though, ...
I was slightly disappointed in this book. Perhaps it’s because there’s been so much hype surrounding it and I set it up in my head as this amazing read, but it fell short. It was good and enjoyable, but I was expecting beautiful prose and a wonderful plot filled with unforeseeable turns, and what I ...
This was definitely a case where I can't give it three stars, but it was certainly not a four. I'm not really sure why I liked it better than most of the YA I've read lately. I think that the idea of genetic mutations that manifest as 'skills' kind of appealed to me. I will admit that it felt like...
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