Teen Reviewer Annie, 14, read and enjoyed Through the Ever Night, sequel to Veronica Rossi's Under the Never Sky. Here is her review:
"Through the Ever Night picks up right where Under the Never Sky left off. Perry and Aria reunite, but not for long. With Talon and many others still in danger, Aria and Roar take off to the Horn's to get Liv back and get the location of the Still Blue. The Tides didn't accept Aria anyway, so to protect Perry's Bloodlord status, she and Roar leave without him. The book was well-paced and intriguing. Even though Perry and Aria were apart for most of the time, I thought that strengthened their relationship. There was a lot of Roar and Liv development, which was important considering the ending. They find out where the Still Blue is, but they lose Cinder because of it. I hope in the next book they get Cinder back and move the Tides to the Still Blue. Overall, the book was entertaining and better than the first."
Annie recommends this series for teens 13 and up. The third and final book in this trilogy, Into the Still Blue, is due out in January 2014.