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Into The Still Blue: Number 3 in series (Under The Never Sky) Kindle Edition

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Length: 400 pages Word Wise: Enabled
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In this final book in the Under the Never Sky trilogy, the stakes are raised to the absolute limit and Aria's love story is brought to an unforgettable close.

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Worlds kept them apart.

Destiny brought them together.

Outside the dome of Reverie, Aria and Perry are struggling to keep their people from tearing each other apart. Their situation is desperate, and with the Aether storms worsening time is running out for them to rescue Cinder from Hess and Sable.

Cinder is both the key to unlock the Still Blue and their only hope for survival, so Aria and Perry assemble an unlikely team to attempt a daring rescue mission. They know that in a dying world, the bond of friendship is what matters most.

In this final book in the Under the Never Sky trilogy, the stakes are raised to the absolute limit and Aria's love story is brought to an unforgettable close.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1106 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Atom (6 Feb. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CTMABLK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #75,597 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Kindle Edition
it took me a lot longer to read this book than it should have, but that's because I started it at completely the wrong time, a few days before I had work. Its safe to say I was pretty busy, and despite how much I wanted to read the book I just could not find the time. Then when my few days of work were over and I just not be bothered to read, so I'm sorry to say the book with very neglected. However, when I did pick it up and force myself to snap out of the rut I was in I found myself hooked. Dystopian has to be my favourite genre at the moment and some people just really pull it off, Veronica Rossi happens to be on of them. Her ability to build a world is sometimes next to none, the effort she put into developing characters no matter how big are small is inspiring, and where as in all honesty it wasn't my favourite end to a series, I still really enjoyed the book. There wasn't much I didn't like about this book and it was a good finish. Plus you know, with characters like Perry and Roar how could I not like it? haha. Seriously though, in general its a good series, I personally would have liked a few more books as I've grown accustomed to much larger series but that could just be me and that in now way indicates that too much way squished into 3 books, everything was spaced out evenly and got enough attention as it should have.

anyway I'm rambling a bit now. Like I said, it was a good series and if you haven't already read it (I don't know why you would be reading this review if you haven't) I would highly recommend it :)
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By Sarah (Feeling Fictional) TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 7 July 2015
Format: Paperback
I'm always nervous when it comes to reading the final book in a trilogy, it's very hard not to have high expectations with series you love and so many times I feel like the ending is a let down so I was wary going into this one. Thankfully my worried were unfounded as Veronica Rossi finished Perry and Aria's story on a high note.

I don't want to say too much about what happens in this book but it is much faster paced and more action packed than the previous two. Again we see Perry and Aria separated for large chunks of the story but the time they do spend together more than makes up for it. They are one of my favourite YA couples and I think they make a brilliant team. I also loved spending time with Aria and Roar, they have such a fantastic friendship and I love that bond between them. I think the most special thing about it is that the author never tries to turn it into a love connection, they care for each other but there isn't even a hint of romance. How many boy/girl friendships can you think of in YA stories that are like that? I actually can't name a single one apart from theirs off the top of my head which shows how unique it really is.

The characters are what made me love this series, there are people I love and ones that I hate but so many of them bring out strong emotions in me. I'll warn you now that not everyone survives the story and there are moments when you'll definitely want to have tissues on hand but no matter how dire the circumstances seem I always felt like there was hope. I enjoyed seeing Perry and Aria working together to unite their people against a common enemy and I loved seeing certain people get what they deserved.
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Average review for an average book. The action is slow, but by around page 200 I was stuck in, but mainly that was because it was because I was so damn determined to just finishing this series once and for all than it actually being gripping. The main sentence I can use to sum up this book is basically that Rossi is filling up another almost 400 page (!!) novel with just endless and meaningless events just so she could end the series and sell another book.

Characters like Roar are what kept this book bearable for me - his pain at seeing his one true and only love, Liv, die was painful for me as a reader. Everyone’s pain and grief over Liv’s murder seemed to flow its way throughout the entire book, with Perry, Roar, Aria and even Brooke getting some time to discuss how it hurts them. As much as I like this, because grief is one good character developer, I hated that Liv’s death got so much booktime whereas Lumina’s in the first book got no more than a sentence. Lumina was Aria’s mother, and Aria was more focused on some girl she’d known for two days than her mother who she’d known for ?? sixteen, nineteen years? Who knows how old these people are. The timeline is really off, so I’m sorry for any inaccuracies.

Considering this is the last book in a dystopian trilogy, we can all expect death and devastation. While the book lacked in any good action and devastation, there certainly was death. But the deaths were crap. They were so poorly written, I didn’t even understand that they’d been killed. Rossi basically skipped over deaths, which is what made them so bad, giving each death nothing more than a passing glance.
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