Through The Ever Night by Veronica RossiThrough The Ever Night by Veronica Rossi

Through The Ever Night

byVeronica Rossi

Hardcover | January 8, 2013

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A world-defying love is put to the ultimate test in the New York Times and USA Today bestselling sequel to Veronica Rossi's "masterpiece," Under the Never Sky ( ). In this second book in her spellbinding Under the Never Sky trilogy, bestselling author Veronica Rossi combines fantasy and dystopian elements to create a love story as perilous as it is unforgettable.

It's been months since Aria last saw Perry. Months since Perry was named Blood Lord of the Tides, and Aria was charged with an impossible mission. Now, finally, they are about to be reunited. But their reunion is far from perfect. The Tides don't take kindly to Aria, a former Dweller. And with the worsening Aether storms threatening the tribe's precarious existence, Aria begins to fear that leaving Perry behind might be the only way to save them both.

Threatened by false friends and powerful temptations, Aria and Perry wonder, Can their love survive through the ever night?

Veronica Rossi graduated from UCLA. The first book in herNew York Timesbestselling Under the Never Sky trilogy was named an ALA Best Fiction for Young Adults selection and an Indie Next List Pick. The second book,Through the Ever Night, was aNew York TimesandUSA Todaybestseller. The series has been optioned for film. Veronica lives in ...
Title:Through The Ever NightFormat:HardcoverDimensions:352 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 1.13 inPublished:January 8, 2013Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062072064

ISBN - 13:9780062072061


Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE IT I loved the sequel to Under the Never Sky! It was just as enticing and I connected even more with the characters. It was sooooo good.
Date published: 2017-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great addition Rossi did not disappoint. I loved the second story in the trilogy and it left me really excited to read the third and final book
Date published: 2017-01-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worse than the first. It was interesting in a way, I suppose. But... It doesn't have the "wow" factor that makes a book great. Also, it was a little predictable and bland. I love fantasy fiction and romantic stories, but this just didn't draw me into the world.
Date published: 2017-01-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Through the ever night This book wasn't as interesting as the first, but it was still a nice read. Really enjoyed Roar's character. Love the friendship between Aria and Roar. Will probably read the last book of the trilogy to finish this series off.
Date published: 2016-12-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good book I really liked the book. It had a good pace, lots of surprises and drama, and you are definitely still rooting for your favorite characters. The one and only complaint I have is that Perry and Aria weren't together enough in this book. I like my romance and it felt a little lacking; other than that it was as good ,if not better, than the first.
Date published: 2015-08-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 4 Hovering Stars In this second book of the Ever Trilogy Veronica Rossi keeps the story going strong. When I started this book I was already totally invested in the lives of Aria, Peregrine, and the Tides. Through the Ever Night is a little slower in spots but is still necessary to what I can only guess is to come in the final book, Into the Still Blue. There is plenty of action and excitement to keep this reader turning pages though.  One of my favourite characters is Marron and while he continues to be a part of the storyline I wish we had a little more of him. I think he could have been so much more. By no means was this book disappointing. In fact, I really enjoyed the direction Rossi took. After the final page, I immediately began reading Into the Still Blue.  4 Hovering Stars!
Date published: 2014-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Through the never sky Always interesting and never dull. It really is a must read!!
Date published: 2014-01-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So great! I was so eager to delve into Aria and Perry's world again! Only this time we're not back in Aria's world, we're in Perry's and boy is it a completely different take. In an almost primitive fashion, Perry being Lord of the Blood Tides has so many responsibilities and it's apparent in this sophomore book. Most of his worries are for his people, and how are they going to live on the land when the storms get worse and worse. We get to see how Perry's mind is constantly thinking of ways to save his people from harm and it takes a toll on his relationship with Aria. Aria on the other hand is considered an Outsider and she's fairly insecure about living with everyone even though they hold such animosity towards her. I felt sorry for poor Aria when all she really wanted was to fit in. Now, I like Aria and Perry very much, but I just love Roar. He's one character that has such a strong personality and a likeable one at that. He was enthusiastic and completely loyal to Perry. Even being friends with Aria became another bonus point for him. We see him struggle with his love life and it made me sad he wasn't happy. The story follows through all the way to the end, when we find how important a certain character is. There's a hint at the end, and I'm so glad I had Into the Still Blue to read because I was already having a book hangover. Another great addition to the trilogy, Through the Ever Night is a fast-paced read that will make you love and hate the characters.
Date published: 2013-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from YESYESYES!!!! Words cannot explain how much i love this book... Cant wait for th next one!!!
Date published: 2013-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible With Under the Never Sky being one of my favourite books of 2012 (along with its companion novella, Roar and Liv), I could hardly wait to read Through the Ever Night and continue along with Aria, Perry, and Roar’s stories. I was certain I would love this book just as much as Under the Never Sky, and Veronica Rossi did not disappoint. With all the beautiful writing, action, romance, heartache, and humour of the first book, Through the Ever Night made me fall even more in love with this series, and with Ms. Rossi’s writing. Being reunited with these characters was like catching up with old friends. Aria is stronger, more confident, and more sure of herself and her abilities, but she still struggles with trying to figure out where she belongs and what her future holds. Her emotions, her doubts, and her fears are all very real, and I felt like I connected with her even more as she grew and developed. As new Blood Lord of the Tides, Perry has taken on new responsibilities, and just as Aria has her own difficulties, Perry struggles in dealing with the weight of expectations - both his own, and the tribes’. As much as I love the relationship between Aria and Perry - and I do love them so much, they're one of my favourite book couples - I think I enjoy the relationship between Aria and Roar just as much. There’s this niggling little traitorous part of me that almost wishes they could be together, but they’re best friends, and the dynamics between them simultaneously warm my heart and break it. Roar is hands down one of my favourite characters ever. EVER. He’s multifaceted, loving, loyal, and elicits emotion in me like no other secondary character has ever done. Through the Ever Night is a story that made me laugh and made me cry, had me yelling at the characters while falling even more in love with them, and had my heart racing between the action and the horror of the world Ms. Rossi has created. There are moments of heart-pounding action but then moments so tender - between Aria and Perry, Aria and Roar, and Perry and Reef, just to name a few - they made my heart ache. Ms. Rossi really has a way of drawing the reader in, captivating them, enchanting them, and tugging on their heartstrings. Even though I’ll be sad to say goodbye, I can’t wait to find out what happens to these beloved characters in Into the Still Blue.
Date published: 2013-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from a great sequel to the first book I was so excited to get this book, the sequel to one of my best reads of 2012, Veronica Rossi's Under the Never Sky. I'm happy to say I really enjoyed this one too! This is not a stand-alone book, however, and you would need to read the first book to know what is going on. If you like YA dystopian novels, don't hesitate to read the first book. For more on this trilogy, you can read my review of Under the Never Sky. The story starts where it ended in the first book. Aria and Perry meet again and must uncover where the Still Blue is situated so they can relocate his tribe who are struggling to survive even as the Aether storms are devastating the land. Circumstances force them apart and test their love as they put their skills to use against their enemies. Once again, Rossi swept me away into the world of Perry and Aria. Perry has become Blood Lord and must guide his people, who are wary of him and his ways, some even rebelling as he struggles to find solutions to feed them and keep the compound functioning. They will not accept Aria who is a former Dweller. The plot thickens as she communicates with people from her past to save Perry's family and get them the location of the Still Blue, their only hope for survival. Initially, I went back and read the last chapter of Under the Never Sky to refresh my memory of what happened last. As I began to read this book, the secondary characters came back to mind. The first half of the book is very much about how Perry and Aria become comfortable in their respective roles and grow as individuals. The second half is more action-packed and I raced through it to see how it would all end. It's a satisfactory ending, of course, with the promise that the last book in this trilogy should deliver a good conclusion to this hopeful union between two people from vastly different worlds. Once again, the way Rossi blends fantasy, sci-fi and dystopian elements is really what makes this trilogy so unique. The story flows smoothly and I liked the way it focused more on Perry this time. Although this is YA fiction, I had no problems relating to the characters who were young but intelligent, strong, sometimes vulnerable and wonderfully flawed, finding their way in a world falling apart. What's more, there is no bad language, no sex scenes and little violence. I really can't wait to read the last installment in this trilogy, and any other book Rossi decides to write.
Date published: 2013-01-08

Editorial Reviews

“Rossi does not miss a beat as she raises the stakes in this well-written and fast-paced sequel to Under the Never Sky.”