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Into the Still Blue (Under the Never Sky #3)

4.21 of 5 stars 4.21  ·  rating details  ·  24,742 ratings  ·  2,923 reviews
The race to the Still Blue has reached a stalemate. Aria and Perry are determined to find this last safe haven from the Aether storms before Sable and Hess do—and they are just as determined to stay together.

Within the confines of a cave they're using as a makeshift refuge, they struggle to reconcile their people, Dwellers and Outsiders, who are united only in their hatred
Hardcover, 389 pages
Published January 28th 2014 by HarperCollins (first published January 1st 2014)
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Veronica Rossi is an American novelist known for her debut New York Times bestselling Under the Never Sky trilogy. Film rights to the trilogy have been optioned by Warner Brothers Studios...

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Dec 04, 2013 Farah marked it as get-released-now
Me, all excited for this book:

Me when I see "Expected publication: 2014"

I will miss terribly this series, this last volume was something so awesome. It was a beautiful yet painful way to end my bookish year.
And Veronica, feel free to write some other novellas, I wouldn't mind. Something involving Roar'd be great.

Jenuary 2o13:
So... dear Veronica, I'm here waiting agonizing for this book, y'know. What about write and publish, like, 32352 novels about Roar in the meantime? They'd help a lot.
Let me know.
I'm here.


*Note: all the teasers we provide are from the Advanced Readers Copy of the book and may be subjected to changes upon publishing.

(Update: 01/06/'14)
He leaned down, bracing his arms on either side of her, his lips soft as they kissed a trail from her mouth to her ear. “What I was trying to say,” he whispered, “is that I see you in everything. There isn’t a word for you that means enough, because you’re everything to me.”
“Perfect words,” she said, her smile wobbling with emotion. “Magical.”
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Kat Kennedy
I posted my official review on Tor. But, seriously. Just everything about this book is made of win, guys.

Oh, and Veronica Rossi is a goddess of amazing genius who I adore with complete abandon. Thank you so much for Perry, Aria and Roar. I'm so sad their amazing story is over!

Veronica Rossi is officially one of my favorite authors. She can't do wrong, I promise. Every single one of the books in this series has been absolutely PERFECT. 'Into the Still Blue" was everything I wanted and more. I laughed, I giggled. I cried (along with Perry and Aria). Perfect conclusion for a perfect series.

The only bad thing I can say about the Under the Never Sky series is that it is over.

I'm going to miss Roar and his jokes. Aria and her awesomeness. I'm going t
Emily May

I just don't know what to say. I'm shocked. My reaction to this third and final book was so completely unexpected that I've tried several times over the past couple of months to get into it. I was sure it was just me picking it up at the wrong time and not being ready to appreciate it. But, after trying at least ten times to read this book, I've had to put it aside indefinitely. I was finding it so dull that I started skim-reading.

What happened?? I enjoyed Under the Never Sky and I absolutely

Melissa (Ever So Mela)
Full series review
Under the Never Sky review (book 1)
Through the Ever Night review (book 2)
I fell in love the way you fall asleep; slowly, and then all at once
-John Green

The best feeling is when something takes you by surprise. When something totally unexpected happens and you're left marveling at the sight wondering how you never saw it sooner. I never expected to fall in love with this series the way I have. If those first pages were anything to go by, this series would have never seen the ins
Absolutely amazing conclusion to the series. I'm definitely going to be stuck on this book for a while. It gave me so many more reasons to love the series and to call it my favorite.

I'm happy but at the same time I want to cry.

PS: the last acknowledgment was really sweet and made me tear up. (:


This book is too far away D:

Into the Still Blue was an amazing conclusion to a series I will hold dear to my heart!

We catch up with Aria and Perry after the fall of the Dwellers compound and the capture of Cinder. They have to frantically work together to save all the survivors by finding the Still Blue. But Sable is a formidable foe and a completely evil one at that. Now that he has Hess working with him and all his resources I wondered if Perry and Aria would be able to prevail. What am I saying here? Of course Veronica
I recommend Into The Still Blue.

Through the Ever Night is much better IMO. Still, better ending than I thought possible for this series. :)

Perry! <3

Into the Still Blue was not spectacular, to tell you the truth. Although compared to Reached, it's more quick paced; and compared to Champion, it has more swoon moments.

The best thing about this finale is that Aria and Perry did not waste time. They took what was needed (from each other), and they did what what needs to be done (for each other). A
After Reading:

Series Review can be found at Thoughts of a Hopeless (Book) Romantic.

4.5 stars

Although I enjoyed Through the Ever Night more, Into the Still Blue is still undeniably a great time with as a tense conclusion to the series from start to finish.

I cheered a little too loudly at certain deaths. And when Aria beat Kirra up.

Veronica Rossi is a master at title names. First:

Under the Never Sky


Through the Ever Night

Stacia (the 2010 club)
Jan 28, 2014 Stacia (the 2010 club) rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Mostly fans of character driven stories because the techie/adventure stuff isn't as big until book 3

The trilogy-ending curse has been broken.

Now I get why it took me 3 tries to finally buckle down and read Into the Still Blue. The final installment was good in its own right, but it was very different in execution. I had been expecting one thing, and when I got something else, I think I balked at it without realizing. Once I got over the fact that the character-driven vibe of the past two books wasn't going to be as strong of a factor here, I settled in to enjoy the one thing that I always sa
Such a fantastic ending to a phenomenal series. The characters have been through so much and gone through so much development. They remained true to themselves though, and it is so amazing. I just can't rave about this series enough!
I love this world, it's so creative and interesting. I also felt like there were no plot holes and every question was answered :)
I read this book so quickly, I couldn't stop! The writing flows so nicely and is so intriguing.
Read this series!
Ashley Williams
Just Downloaded my ARC!!!



I cannot even form words for how much I loved this book! It was so good! I loved the first two books in this series soo much, and this book was no exception. It was full of action like the previous book, though there wasn't as much of a romantic aspect, it was still there and strong. I love Perry and Roar and Aria. I thought for a second or two that I would die at the ending, but I managed to make it through. I loved every single word! I was tra
Are you looking for an entertaining dystopian trilogy that doesn't get progressively worse with each book? Then look no further! The Under the Never Sky trilogy might be exactly what you're looking for! Some things that speak for these books: solid world building that doesn't completely fall apart in the last book; a cute and in its own way even kind of realistic romance (and I'm usually not one to swoon over romances in YA dystopias); an awesome platonic (!) friendship between a guy and a girl ...more
Aj the Ravenous Reader
If you feel like reading dystopian series is like reading Hunger Games all over again with just few twists and turns, I suggest you read this Series to give you a fresh feel on dystopians. Plus Aria and Perry's love story is totally amazing and Roar reminds me so much of one of my favorite characters- Kenji of Shatter Me series!!! :)
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Into The Still Blue is the final conclusion to the Under the Never Sky trilogy and delivered a lot of kick-assery, sweet romance, unforgettable friendships and higher stakes for all the characters. And as a last instalment does, Veronica Rossi adds to this mix with some heartbreak, second chances and sacrifices.

Our two main characters, Perry and Aria were both fantastic narrators and have both come so far. Perry’s bravery and leadership is strong and I enjoye
update with mild spoilers: after mockingjay and allegiance, i've obtained a new phobia to trilogies' endings, but this did not disappoint. in fact, my only complaint about the book is that it was too short because now i'm done reading it and i wish i wasn't. it should have been 99999999 pages so i could read about perry and aria and roar and hell even soren forever.

original: i can't handle the title, i just can't. it's equally as beautiful as the last two but it seems to serve as another remind
Into the Still Blue has been a novel I have anticipated ever since I closed the covers of Under the Never Sky. Even before Through the Ever Night released, I wanted to know the fate of these characters who had become so beloved. Veronica Rossi, as expected, delivers magnificently, tying up all loose ends in a conclusion that is wholly satisfying. While this novel is not my favorite of the trilogy – Under the Never Sky still holds that position – it only emphasizes how difficult it is to pinpoint ...more
SO many conclusions of trilogies have left me disappointed at the end, but worry not, this book wasn't one of them. I will say I wasn't crazy about all the drama in the beginning, and I was a bit disappointed about what happened with HIM at the end. But I'll give it 4 stars.

The beginning kind of annoyed the hell out of me. I felt Roar's pain - although I kind of wished he wasn't such a jackass right from the start -but I understand there is just other way to portray that kind of grief. But I jus
Jan 16, 2013 GW marked it as to-read

No worries, I can wait that long, right?
I mean, I waited about an year for the second book.
I can do this....
Scratch that.

So excited though! Can't wait!
Stephanie (Bookfever.♥)
Co-review with Christina of Booksane!

Was there anything that stood out with the storyline to you?

Christina: Other than the pure awesomeness of it? As the others this one was amazing. Really couldn’t know what was gonna happen next, the surprises kept coming.

Stephanie: I wouldn't say there was just one thing that stood out to me because there were several amazing moments. Into The Still Blue was a pretty intense book and managed to also tie up some loose ends. And also, there were quite a few dea
2.5 stars - Spoilers

This was more enjoyable than Through the Ever Night (though that's not saying much since I didn't like that), it was far more action packed, cohesive, and gripping. But there were certain aspects that I had issues with such as the predictability, and the slow middle section, also Perry's character and the romance grated on me (a lot).

-Into the Still Blue was essentially about Aria and Perry trying to save both their people (the Dwellers and Outsiders) from the increasingly de
For me, it's always a bit nerve wrecking going into the final book in a series/trilogy, because I so badly want my favourite characters to have the happy ending they deserve. When trying to rate Into the Still Blue I kept going back and forth between 4 and 5 stars, in the end, though, I settled for 4 stars. Why? Because although it was a good ending, it wasn't a particularly mind blowing one.

Perry and Roar are both grieving over (view spoiler), but have different ways
Jaime Arkin
I have no coherent words... I'm in love with these books and Veronica Rossi and perry and roar... And just everything! Full review coming soon!

Full Review - added 1/3/14

This is a review for the last book in the series. There may inadvertently be spoilers for previous books. You’ve been warned.

Perry and Aria are desperately trying to unite both the Dwellers and the Outsiders and find a way to access the Still Blue and find safety from the Aether storms before Sable and Hess. But first they have
Jun 25, 2013 Donna marked it as to-read
Edit: Ohmygosh, the cover!! I actually don't like it as much as the other two, but still...

Gahh! 2014?!

Ok, let's go raid Harpercollins for the manuscript! BYO weapons and disguises.

Who's in?
Sep 21, 2013 Brandi rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone, lol.
Recommended to Brandi by: Myself
Shelves: favorites

I keep going between three and four stars, but I'm going to round up since I have this inability to not rate as a series (if it's the last book).


It just happens that this is one of my most favorites so I'm rounding up. I have no self control.

I'm not sure how satisfied I am honestly. It's not that this wasn't good, I mean, it's Veronica Rossi - oh wait - I'm sorry, I'm not allowed to mention the author anymore. Uhm, it's the same characters I adore, and they're still just as fabulous as
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Veronica Rossi's debut novel, UNDER THE NEVER SKY, will be published in over twenty-five international markets, starting on January 3rd 2012 in the United States. Film rights to the trilogy have been optioned by Warner Bros.

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Under the Never Sky (3 books)
  • Under the Never Sky (Under the Never Sky, #1)
  • Through the Ever Night (Under the Never Sky, #2)
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