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Product Details

  • Series: Under the Never Sky
  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins; Reprint edition (December 23, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0062072072
  • ISBN-13: 978-0062072078
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 5.4 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (440 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,109 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A Q&A with Veronica Rossi and Tahereh Mafi

Veronica interviews Tahereh

VR: Why are you so awesome and will you consider moving closer to where I live so I can see you all the time?

TM: Um I love you. Please come live in my house.

VR: What was the most surprising part of writing Unravel Me?

TM: The part where it was hard as hell.

VR: So many of your fans, myself included, are captivated by Warner. Can you tell us what intrigues you about this character?

TM: I could! But I can’t. Because spoilers! But AHHHHH I have so many feeeeeelings!

VR: I’m borrowing one of your questions to me . . . can you describe Unravel Me in one word?

TM: Sexy.

VR: What are some of your thoughts as the series approaches a conclusion? Are you looking forward to working on other projects? Nostalgic about the whole experience?

TM: I’m super excited to work on something new. Anxious, even. But I love these kids and their stories. I can crack open a book and visit them whenever I like. That’s a nice feeling.

Tahereh interviews Veronica

TM: If you could use one word to describe Through the Ever Night, what would it be?

VR: Intense!

TM: What do you think is the hardest part of writing a sequel?

VR: For me, it was balancing what is right for the story with the expectations of fans. There are a few things that happen in THROUGH THE EVER NIGHT that needed to happen—they were organic to the story—but I worried about how fans would react. Ultimately, of course, I wrote what felt true to the characters and to the world. I’m so happy to see how fans are responding to the book. They’re loving everything I agonized over!

TM: Who is your favorite character in Through the Ever Night? Why?

VR: You are a cruel, cruel friend to ask me this! Okay. If we remove the central characters and focus on characters who are NEW to the series in this middle book, then my answer would be Sable. He’s mentioned in Under the Never Sky, but we meet him in Through the Ever Night. He’s mercurial, power-hungry and very smart, which makes him tons of fun to write!

TM: What do you think will shock readers the most about this second installment?

VR: I can’t share anything specific without spoiling the fun, but there are a few points in the book that I believe are truly surprising. This is a world in decline. These are societies grasping for their survival. Of course, not everything goes as planned, or as the characters hope.

TM: Are you excited or are you nervous for readers to get their hands on Into the Still Blue (the third and final book!)? Do you think they'll be okay with what you have in store for your characters?

VR: Excited, definitely! I’m very proud of the last book, and I can’t wait for fans to read it! And while some of what happens in the novel might make fans white-knuckled as they read, I think they will accept that what happens is all meant to happen, and ultimately be thoroughly satisfied with the book and trilogy as a whole.

--This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

From School Library Journal

Gr 7 Up-Rossi continues the excellent saga that she began in Under the Never Sky (HarperCollins, 2012). Perry is still struggling with his new duties as Blood Lord of the Tides tribe when he is reunited with Aria. Although she is an Aud, blessed with supernatural hearing, Aria receives a cool welcome from most of the Tides because her mother was one of the Dwellers from the domed community of Reverie. She earns the acceptance of the tribe when she uses her hearing to rescue a child during an Aether storm but is still poisoned shortly thereafter. She slips away from the compound without telling Peregrine in order to keep him safe and to search for the Clear Blue, a place that is rumored to be immune to Aether storms. She hopes to trade its location to Consul Hess of Reverie for the release of Talon, Peregrine's nephew. Peregrine also believes that the Clear Blue may be the last hope for his people as the Aether storms are increasing in intensity, threatening the lands and lives of this tribe. Even apart, Aria and Peregrine's feelings for each other deepen while their struggles and tragedies only make their hope that much stronger. Rossi's descriptions of their supernatural senses add richness to her prose. This book doesn't stand on its own but builds strongly on the previous volume. It should appeal to readers of dystopia, fantasy, and romance.-Eric Norton, McMillan Memorial Library, Wisconsin Rapids, WIα(c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

More About the Author

VERONICA ROSSI is the NY Times and USA Today Best Selling author of the UNDER THE NEVER SKY series for young adults. She was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, grew up in California and graduated from UCLA. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and two sons, one of whom just surpassed her in height.

Customer Reviews

I read this book in one day, staying up late into the night to finish it.
Kaitlyn (The Bookworm)
The characters are well flushed out and complex in their own ways and the plot moves at a very good pace to keep you interested.
Amazon Customer
I love the relationship between Perry and Aria, as well as both characters individually.
Rachel Fisher

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Krazzyme on January 26, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
Through the Ever Night starts off with the reunion of Aria and Perry but things don't go exactly as expected. The tides aren't welcoming of Aria and the search for Still Blue is still on.

One thing I did not expect was the time Aria and Perry spent apart in this novel.I wanted them to remain together and was very disappointed when they didn't but Veronica Rossi is a great storyteller and I wasn't very heartbroken over it. Both Aria and Perry need to deal with specific and very different issues and they can't deal with them together.They both have their own mission.

The author threw quite a lot of curve balls that had me near depression (*cough* Kirra *cough *) but by the end of the novel I realized that this is what makes this series stand out. You never know what's going to happen next and even though it seems predictable it isn't .

Usually the second book in the series seems pointless but not this book. It's written very well and it's almost impossible to put down.

The characters show tremendous growth and experience epiphanies . I loved returning to the world of some of my favorite characters and was very sad to bid them adieu at the end of this novel. Roar and Perry are some of the best male protagonists in the fictional world. I wasn't a huge fan of Aria in Under the Never Sky but I admire her now. Some of the new characters are very remarkable as well.I think I need to state that the book might be ending on a cliffhanger but it's a very satisfying ending.We also figure out how Cinder fits into the story.

Overall, this book is a great addition to the series .I can't praise the writing style and the characters enough. Under The Never Sky might have reeled me in but this book got me hooked to the series.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Step Into Fiction on January 9, 2013
Format: Hardcover
Do you want to know what my favorite thing is about this book (besides the cover)? The relationships. Not just the relationship between Aria and Perry but like the relationship between Perry and the Six, Aria and Roar, Cinder and Willow, Perry and Reef, Perry and Roar and really, I could keep going. There are so many strong relationships throughout this book and it just makes my heart hurt.

I enjoyed this book a lot more than the first book, Under the Never Sky and I really enjoyed that book. Through the Ever Night I just could not put down. If you're anything like me and happen to fall for the secondary characters a lot than you'll absolutely fall head over heels in love with Roar. I am obsessed with him, like fan girling obsessed. You all can fight over Perry but step aside if you're interested in Roar, he's so mine! ;) Now don't go bashing me because I'm not fighting for Perry because I do love him, a lot but he's just not my cup of tea. He is perfect for Aria and they're going to make beautiful, strong, intelligent, perfect little babies one day.

I love Perry and Roar's relationship. They are the closest of friends; so in close, in fact that they are like brothers. To see guys like and respect each other as much as these two do, is heartwarming. They know each other better than any two people should and they know what they're thinking or what they're going to do next. You know what relationship I loved even more than this one, though? Roar and Aria. I do believe these two have the strongest relationship two can have of the opposite sex without making it more than friendship. They care about each other deeply (on a total platonic level), have mutual respect for the other and want to nothing more than keep the other safe.
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So, I couldn't be happy until I bought and started this book. I was going to wait to get it from the library, so I tried to read 3 other books, and wasn't feeling it. So I put myself out of my misery and bought it.
Then I read the summary, and I knew that more heartache and trouble were in store for Aria and Perry, but I just had to see more of their romance and find out what happens next. The characters did not let me down, they continued to be amazing and blow me away. I couldn't stop thinking about them and this world. Every time I had to put down the book I was thinking about Aria and Perry and Roar in the back of my mind and this beautiful but dark and treacherous world that Ms. Rossi has created.
There were times that I wanted to cry, and I couldn't believe the obstacles and heart ache that happened. There were others that made me smile and still others that made me want to fan myself. Or possibly zap myself into Aria's shoes so I am there with Perry. There were other moments that I wanted to smack some sense into them because of the choices, or almost VERY bad decisions made. But luckily my rage wasn't waranted at the specific moment where I was ready to give up on my book boyfriend.
Here is an example of the swoon worthiness:
Perry's hand settled on her hip, his grip firm. She felt their kiss shift into something deeper as his mouth moved with more urgency over hers. Suddenly there was real heat between them, and she had to force herself to draw away.
When she did, a soft curse slipped through Perry's lips. His eyes were half-lidded, unfocused. He looked as overcome as she felt.
Aria leaned by his ear. "We'll pick that up when we're alone.
He laughed. "That better be soon."
Yeah. Hose me down now. But I digress.
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