Thursday, January 24, 2013
Mini-review: Through the Ever Night
by Veronica Rossi
I really enjoyed this one. I loved that it was pretty much non-stop adventures and intrigue. And I liked that Aria and Perry's relationship had realistic problems. There are misunderstandings and doubts and outside problems. The Tides don't trust Aria, and they don't automatically believe in Perry's leadership. Which all has a big impact on the plot. And kept me turning pages as fast as I could.
I liked seeing more of Perry's world and the different secondary characters. Roar plays a big role, although he's a bit more serious in this book. And there were people from Aria's world that became more important than I expected. There's a great set up for the final book, which I can't wait for. But, that thing that happened that was all unexpected and sad, I don't think it really happened.