THROUGH THE EVER NIGHT
A worthwhile sequel. Rossi’s second book avoids the interminable journeys that so often take place in bridge novels, and the action is non-stop without deteriorating into contrived conflict. Aria and Peregrine again trade chapters and voices as they weave around one another; sometimes together, more often torn apart, but without enough downtime to turn whiny. Favorite characters return, new characters emerge and fans of Under the Never Sky are in for a treat.