Through The Ever Night by Veronica Rossi
(Under The Never Sky #2)
I really enjoyed Through The Ever Night. It never dipped, there was always action and story, and I liked all the characters. Aria has really grown up since the beginning of Under The Never Sky – she’s never a damsel in distress, she’s strong, determined, and not constantly thinking of how much she loves Perry. And Perry, as new Blood Lord, is trying hard to keep the Tides safe in difficult conditions, having to make hard decisions but managing. You also get to meet other characters that have been mentioned before, while others make surprising returns.
It was easy to imagine everything, I really liked Aria’s adventure in search for the Still Blue, and I wanted the story to just keep going and going… Perhaps the only flaws I could find was there were a lot of characters with strange names to remember (although after a while it got easy), and Perry’s story in the Tides’ compound was slightly repetitive. But I honestly didn’t care.
I liked this sequel better than the first, and I can’t wait for the last in the trilogy Into The Still Blue coming out January next year.