Under The Never Sky by Veronica RossiPublication Date: January 3, 2012
Length: 384 pages
After Aria is thrown out of Reverie, she must team up with Perry, an Outsider. She can't survive the Death Shop alone and she needs his help to find her mother. Perry, after Talon is taken, does everything he can to save him even if it means being stuck with Aria, which ends up being better than he expected.
I can't believe that I put off reading this book. I've had it for a while and could always find a reason to put off reading it but once I started, I could NOT put it down. It was mesmerizing. It was interesting from beginning to end, not one page was dull. There was always an adventure or battle or slow-burning romance. The fact that what made some people special was that they had better senses than other was very fascinating. It makes them easier to related to as humans. The characters are very easy to relate to and you really feel for them. I loved how Aria slow turned from a sheltered girl into a warrior. She never gave up on those she loved.