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Under the Never Sky

Under the Never Sky  - Veronica Rossi I must admit that with the first couple of chapters I wasn't really feeling the book just yet, but it got awesome really fast. And before I knew it, the story had me hooked.
Under the Never Sky had a number of really interesting and kickass characters. Aria, our main character was great. I really liked reading about her. I wasn't too sure about her at first but she quickly changed my mind with the way she thought and how she would do anything to find out what happened to her mother.
And then we have Peregrine "Perry". Oh my god! How amazing is he?! Him and Aria are definitely one of my favorite book couples, so I'm definitely rooting for them. Another thing I loved about this book is that there was no waiting through the whole damn trilogy before they get it on. Most of the time I hate it when authors draw it out, teasing us as well as the characters for several books when sometimes there's just no need for that. Also Perry has his own point of view which was my favorite to read about. I couldn't get enough of it.
Aside from the two main characters, there were also some pretty great others like Roar. He was awesome. I loved it when he and Perry intereacted together. So funny at times. I do hope Roar finds Liv.
Cinder was another character that we meet through Aria's journey via Roar. Cinder definitely was the most intriguing and I would love to find out more about him.

Veronica Rossi's writing was really working for me. It was never ever boring like some stories get and always caught m attention. As for the world she created, I think she did a pretty brilliant job of it. Aria's world in the pods where she could go to these virtual places was complicated but it was so original and amazingly written. I really felt bad got Aria when she got thrown outside and into Perry's world. She had a tough time there but came out stronger in the end. Perry's world was both terrifying and amazinf at once with those aether storms.

Also, there were some pretty big shocks like what Vale did. I mean, oh my god, how could he have done that!
Anyway... it's obvious that I adored this book. I can't wait to read the second one and find out what's going to happen next. I would absolutely recommend this book to everyone!

A beautiful story with amazing and unforgettable characters, Under the Never Sky is one of my new favorite dystopian novels. Veronica Rossi managed to create such a terribly fascinating world that I couldn't get enough of. So stunning!