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by Veronica Rossi
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Books and Swoons
Books and Swoons rated it 8 years ago
Review can be seen on Books and Swoons.Through the Ever Night was a great follow up from the first book, Under the Never Sky. It is one of the few books that I feel like the sequel is better than the first. The problems that I had in the first book are all gone. Gone is the confusion of trying to gu...
Milka Really Likes To Read
Milka Really Likes To Read rated it 8 years ago
After devouring Under the Never Sky, my expectations for this one were extremely high. Like the first novel in the series, I think this one started somewhat slowly, but eventually built into being even better than the Rossi's first novel of the series. It is engaging, filled with both love and adven...
There's more to life than reading, but it's a good place to start
"The Aether flowed, corded and angry, giving the night a blue, marbled glow. After the storm, the calm skies had only held for a day. Now there was little difference between day and night anymore. Days were darkened by clouds and the blue cast of Aether. Nights were brightened by the same. They flow...
Autumn Books
Autumn Books rated it 8 years ago
March 8, 2014 Again, just like Allegiant, Through The Ever Night is also waiting for me in my bookshelf. I'm not following the story very much. Now I know that it's my fault... I think... I've read Under The Never Sky when it was first released. which is quite the while. But while reading that, ...
YA Anonymous
YA Anonymous rated it 8 years ago
What an end! This series ROCKS and I am thrilled with the way everything ended. With the Aether closing in and destroying both The Dwellers and The Outsiders homes, it's a race to get to the Still Blue. Aria and Perry are determined to stay together and save their people from Hess and Sable. With un...
Too Many Fandoms, So Little Time...
SPOILER FREE! The start of Through the Ever Night drew me in immediately, as it started almost exactly where Under the Never sky ended. However after the beginning, it took me a while to get into again. I found a big chunk of this book very dull, and there wasn't very much action. I understand tha...
Traveling Through Pages
Traveling Through Pages rated it 8 years ago
There are such great developments in the plot and I love the unlikely alliance! This book is so action-packed, I couldn't stop reading. Perry and Aria are amazing
Reading a Thousand Lives
Reading a Thousand Lives rated it 8 years ago
Well. That was a disappointment. My copy of the book is 341 pages long, and I feel like nothing much happened. This book felt like filler. It felt like omg this has to be a trilogy because trilogies are all the rage. That's what this book felt like. This book could have been summed up in much less...
Bows & Bullets Book Blog
Bows & Bullets Book Blog rated it 8 years ago
The review is also available on my blog, Bows & Bullets Reviews Perry & Aria want nothing more than to be together after the months of separation, but it’s just not in the cards. Aria is being blackmailed into finding the Still Blue, that mythical land free of Aether storms and Perry, as much ...
My Love of Books
My Love of Books rated it 8 years ago
Wow, what fantastic sequel! I don’t remember reading a second book in a trilogy and feeling that it was better than the first book… ever. It was a great surprise. I absolutely love Veronica Rossi’s writing. It’s so beautiful and I couldn’t put the book down once I started it. I just had to keep rea...
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