Published January 28, 2014
Hardcover, 400 pages
Into the Still Blue is the last book in the Under the Never Sky trilogy. I wanted to finally read the ending to one of my favorite trilogies and I'm glad I did. This is not a stand-alone book, however, and you would need to read the first two books to know what is going on. If you like YA dystopian novels, don't hesitate to read this trilogy. You can read my review of Under the Never Sky and Through the Ever Night.
Once again, Aria and Perry must band together so save their people. The Aether storms are devastating the land and killing everything in their path. Time is running out to find the Still Blue, a safe haven where they can all start over and live peacefully in what they heard is a beautiful land.
Cinder is the key to getting there, but he has been abducted by their enemy. Aria and Perry know they have to race to save him and get to the Still Blue in time. It's not easy with the Dwellers and Outsiders mistrusting one another. What's more, Perry's closest friend Roar is grieving the loss of Liv and he is very angry with Perry. All these issues, along with their plan to infiltrate the huge compound of their enemy makes for an action-packed and emotional story.
Rossi raises the stakes in this last book and brings it to a satisfying conclusion. This one is not as atmospheric as the first book, which was my favorite of all three books. It deals with grief, the loyalty of true friendships and redemption. This was a strong trilogy and I can't wait to see what else Veronica Rossi comes up with.
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