Aria has struggled to build a life for herself outside Reverie. It hasn’t be easy adjusting to life in the wilderness but that struggle has been worth it with Perry by her side.
But Perry has other challenges. His people are looking to him for answers. Answers about what happened to his nephew and what’s happening to their world. And they don’t trust the priviledged Aria, one of the enemy, in their midst.
Soon he’ll be forced to chose between the tribe that looks to him for leadership and the girl that looks to him for love.
The only reason I didn’t give it the big 5 stars was simply because I would of liked to have Perry and Aria together for more of the book because their love story is especially beautiful! Saying that, them being apart added a lot more depth to the storyline!
Veronica Rossi’s writing style is on point, highly engaging and her world building like the last book is truly stunning and extremely complex!
I adore all the characters but Roar will always be one of my favourites – the pain he goes through in this instalment is so heartbreaking and I really felt for him!
I think what I enjoyed the most about this was Rossi’s ability to make me feel a huge variety of emotions from page to page – but I think her highly emotional scenes are by far the best *sniff*!
I won’t try and sum up the book in my own words because we will be here all day with my jumble of thoughts! I think the synopsis (up top) does a really good job without giving anything away (which I’m likely to slip up on).
The ending is awesome! I was really rushing through the pages so eager to find out what was going to happen! It was action packed, filled with emotion and has left off wonderfully for epic things to come in the next book!
I really, really don’t want to wait another year for the next book – I’m already having withdrawal coming down from from leaving this beautifully crafted world! I can’t urge everyone enough to go read this or Under the Never Sky if you haven’t already!
Okay I will stop ranting now, sorry folks…. 🙂
*Special thanks to Atom for the review copy*