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Into the Still Blue: Under the Never Sky, Book 3

By Michael Berry, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Trilogy finale regains energy for satisfying conclusion.

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age 12+

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age 12+

I loved this book!

I would definitely recommend this book for anyone that likes dystopian and romance reads such as the Divergent trilogy and The Hunger Games trilogy! This book kept me at the edge of my seat and it was amazing!

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Great role models
Too much violence

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Maybe some tales of futuristic dystopias aren't meant to be stretched across three volumes. The Under the Never Sky trilogy started promisingly, but its momentum flagged in the second installment. The final book regains some of the lost energy, but much of the story feels repetitive and stretched out, especially those scenes in which characters squabble longer than is interesting. Longtime fans probably will be happy with the saga's resolution, but some will be eager for author Veronica Rossi to move on to a new setting and cast of characters.

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