Into the Still Blue (Under the Never Sky, Book 3)

Into the Still Blue cover

Author: Veronica Rossi

Series: Under the Never Sky

Genre: Dystopian/Sci-Fi

Publisher: HarperCollins

Pages: 400

 

In the conclusion of the Under the Never Sky trilogy, Aria and Perry must somehow unite the Dwellers and the Outsiders if their plan to make it to the Still Blue is to succeed. Sable and Hess are just as determined to make it to the Still Blue, and have abducted Cinder in their effort to do so. Aria and Perry now that time is running out to rescue Cinder and make it to the Still Blue before the aether storms trap them, but will they make it?

I enjoyed the conclusion to this trilogy, although I must say that the second book in the trilogy was actually more gripping than the conclusion. Don’t get me wrong, this novel was a good read and was very entertaining, it just didn’t grab me and hold me the way that Through the Ever Night did. It was a bit….predictable in many ways, but still fun. It ended the way that it should have, and I am now a Veronica Rossi fan.

 

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4 thoughts on “Into the Still Blue (Under the Never Sky, Book 3)

      • I will try and push through and I’ll let you know. It’s just difficult to read a slow paced book when you’re busy so I might take a break from it for now but I will definitely pick it up again once I have more time.

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      • I completely understand! I actually stepped away from it for a little while the first time I tried to read it. I only went back to it, because it had been recommended to me by a friend. I won’t say that it is a favorite, but it was well written & it did turn out to be much better than I thought that it was going to be.

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