Through the Ever Night by Veronica Rossi
January 8th 2013
Well. That was a disappointment.
My copy of the book is 341 pages long, and I feel like nothing much happened. This book felt like filler. It felt like omg this has to be a trilogy because trilogies are all the rage. That's what this book felt like.
This book could have been summed up in much less pages, and without
trying to introduce all the romance drama which I found myself more
annoyed with than anything. Though I must say it would have been far
more interesting if Liv had fallen in love with Sable, for real instead
of just pretending for the sake of the Tides. I don't know. I would have
been more impressed if it actually hadn't been a farce all along.
And the introduction of Kirra, just to stir up drama on the Tides end
and make it more interesting? Ugh. Basically to make the filler happen.
I am so, so disappointed. I loved the first book. Loved it. And now I
find myself questioning even that--would I like that book as much if I
read it now?
So, I still have Into the Still Blue to read and I think I'm going to put it off for awhile. :/