Under the Never Sky – A Review

April 1, 2012 § 2 Comments

This book was such a nice surprise. I wasn’t expecting much from the beginning, but it really picked up! The boy and girl characters grew on me as the story progressed, and by the end I was sad to leave them.  I can’t wait for the next book.

This story is set in the future, it’s light sci-fi. Which was good news for me. Basically, it’s about a girl who’s cast out of her pod and forced to live in the outside world among the “savages” left behind. She buddies up with a guy who’s trying to rescue his nephew who was kidnapped by her people. There are cannibals and aether storms, and it’s an exciting, fast-paced story.

The supernatural and apocalyptic components in this book were excellent. I really bought in to this world. A great read for any fan of YA Supernatural/Sci-fi/Apocalyptic fiction.


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