A Sky Unbroken: Earth & Sky Trilogy Book 3 by Megan CreweA Sky Unbroken: Earth & Sky Trilogy Book 3 by Megan Crewe

A Sky Unbroken: Earth & Sky Trilogy Book 3

byMegan Crewe

Hardcover | November 10, 2015

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The riveting conclusion to the Earth & Sky trilogy.
     The rebels have been disbanded, their plans in ruins. Captured by the Enforcers, Skylar and a small group of Earthlings find themselves herded into the Kemyates' living museum: basically, a human zoo. Skylar's companions are bewildered, terrified, and ignorant of their true situation, and Skylar is afraid to tell them more. Their lives hang on the Kemyates' whim. Those Skylar trusted most have betrayed her. Any move she makes could result in the extinction of her people ... but giving in means giving up any hope of regaining their freedom.
     Returned home, Win has kept his life only by playing along with the story his former leader has spun to protect the rebels from sanction, but he can't stand knowing Skylar is imprisoned or watching his fellow Kemyates swallow the Council's lies about Earth. Win resolves to bring the truth to the Kemyate public and see the Earthlings finally freed ... though to do so he'll have to set aside caution and openly challenge those who rule his world.
     But neither Skylar nor Win are prepared when they uncover an even deeper conspiracy of betrayals and deceit--one that could push the uncertain future they're fighting for completely out of reach.
MEGAN CREWE is the highly acclaimed author of several books and pieces of short fiction for young adults. Her first novel, Give Up the Ghost, was shortlisted for the Sunburst Award. The Way We Fall, the first instalment in Crewe's Fallen World trilogy, was published to great acclaim in 2012 and was shortlisted for the OLA White Pine Aw...
Title:A Sky Unbroken: Earth & Sky Trilogy Book 3Format:HardcoverDimensions:352 pages, 8.77 × 5.77 × 1.13 inPublished:November 10, 2015Publisher:PRH Canada Young ReadersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0670068144

ISBN - 13:9780670068142


Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good but not Great *sighs* I have been the number one advocate for this series ever since I read the first book and even more so when I read the second. But I am a little disappointed with the ending in this one. I thought back in Earth & Sky that Win was SO BORING like zero personality and was not a good love interest for Skylar who had so much to offer. And when he said he was just kissing her as an experiment, I was glad because Skylar could move on and find someone who would actually care about her and her interests. Enter Jule in A Clouded Sky. He was everything Win wasn't and there was so much less Win in this one that I thought we were finally done with him being cast as more than a friend for Skylar. But you know YA, can't have a series without a love triangle. So in A Sky Unbroken, of course I am going to be disappointed that Jule was never endgame. Because I don't understand why build it up so much just to tear it all down. I was okay with Skylar not forgiving Jule right away, even okay with her maybe not forgiving him in this book at all -- as long as it was hinted that she could do that and could move forward with him. But nope. That hope was dashed around 36% of the book and I was not okay with it. I also thought that Win was almost out of character in this one because he never showed that he was capable of thinking and planning the operations -- only that he was able to go off script to get what he wanted. I wasn't a fan of him being in charge. I don't know, I just don't like Win. I didn't think he was developed enough in the last two novels to have his own pov AND take charge at the same time. I think it was asking too much of me as a reader to be okay with this. Skylar was still great. I think she had a very central role but I'm not sure I'm okay with how she treated the other Earthlings throughout the novel. She wanted to show that Earth was strong and did the opposite. And I'm glad she owned up to it but I don't think she would have done that to begin with. I was only okay with the conclusion of the overall arc and story. I thought the penultimate conclusion of what happened was kind of obvious from the beginning and I'm not sure I liked the path to get there. I think the twist (if you could call it that) was a little out there since here was nothing really leading to it that suggested it in the last two novels. It seemed like it relied heavily on the readers believing that these people would hide this fact from their own kind and that it could happen. I wasn't a fan. It was good but not great. I wasn't too impressed with how some things turned out because it didn't seem like the rest of the novels were leading to what took place. It was more like this one did a 180 degree turn to face something else and I was a little disappointed.
Date published: 2015-08-16

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