Through the Ever Night
After months of not seeing each other, Aria and Perry finally get united. Perry, now the Blood Lord of the Tides, invites her to the tribe but things just don’t stay perfect.
The members of Tides don’t welcome her with open arms. They despise Dwellers and Aria, who was once one, tries to gain trust by telling them that she was going to help them find the Still Blue.
The Tides also has their doubts in Perry. He wanted the Tides to move to the Still Blue, where it is rumored to be safe but they preferred staying where tey were.
Will Aria and Perry’s relationship stay alive and will they find the Still Blue?
I enjoyed reading this book, but not as much as Under the Never Sky.
This book had less action. Some parts were slow, and some parts fast. When Aria and Roar left the Tides to find Liv and the Still Blue, it kind of felt rushed. I didn’t really feel any sadness or anything.
Perry’s faith in Aria and Roar was kind of iffy. I think he should have been a little more trusting of them. Maybe it’s because of the pressure of being a Blood Lord and he’s feeling jumpy but still…
I’m finding Cinder a very interesting character. We don’t know much about him and his ‘Aether power’ (unless I’m forgetting something). He’s very mysterious and not open. I ask myself tons of questions about him. The only thing we know about his past it that he was a ‘dweller’.
Overall okay book. 3.5 out of 5