*Spoiler Free Review – No spoilers for Under the Never Sky*
Oh. My. God.
Through the Ever Night was even better that Under the Never Sky! I loved this sequel. And the title is so poetic, I love that it was worked into the story. Even if the last line of the synopsis is super cheesy.
Veronica Rossi is one of those authors that is a master at writing in multiple POV’s. I never once felt like I was pulled out of the story when we switched POV’s, I was carried along both Aria’s and Perry’s stories and it was very exciting. Every chapter ended making me need to read the next chapter leaving me powering through this book. I loved getting to see Aria and Perry struggle through things that the other didn’t know, it kept me on the edge of my seat.
I fell more in love with the characters. Aria was stronger, Perry was wiser and caring, Roar was Roar; you can’t not love Roar. I felt like I was emotionally attached to each of these characters, there was one instance where I suddenly felt incredibly angry at one of the characters and then I realised I was getting incredible angry at a person that wasn’t real haha.
I felt like I was finally able to imagine the Aether, it it described a bit more in Through the Ever Night that I got a picture of what it’s meant to look like. Something so beautiful is so incredibly deadly. The Aether is getting worse than ever with even more unpredictable storms in a season that there shouldn’t be Aether storms. Perry has to act fast, and Aria has to find the answers to her quest even quicker.
Through the Ever Night took me along on an exciting adventure. I couldn’t put this book down, I didn’t want to. I was wrapped up in both Aria’s and Perry’s stories that now I feel a little lost at not being able to continue reading just yet. I can’t wait to see what happens in book three
I am so in love with this series.
If you haven’t started reading this series yet then you need to. Right now. It’s just crazy that you haven’t even started!!