Through the Ever Night
Publish date: January 8th 2013
Pages no: 341
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: Under the Never Sky (#2)
May 2016: love love love love. This book did everything right. Onto the last!! :'(January 8? Just in time for my birthday! Hooray! *leaps about*10/01GOING TO BUY IT RIGHT NOW!! SCREE!14/01It's sold out. Everywhere near me. -__-16/05/2013Found this book in Bali of all places. Loved it. I'll read anyt...
There's a lot going on in this series, enough to keep me entertained anyways but I'm just not particularly head over heels in love with it. I think mainly because, even though I like the alternate world it's set in, I can't say that I fully understand how the smart eye and the fractioning to the dif...
Writing- 5Storyline/Plot- 5Character- 5 Overall- 5 Omg I absolutely loved the character development in this story! Everything about this was so good and addicting!
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Although Through the Ever Night was a trifle slower than its predecessor, especially in the middle, it was still an engaging and entertaining story. Everything in it, even the sad bits, seemed true to the voice Ms Rossi had produced in the first book and moved along organically, something which I ap...