A Sky Unbroken
-It begins approximately one hour after the end of THE CLOUDED SKY.
-Unlike the first two books, this one has dual narrators, Skylar and Win.
-(Yes, that means there's a lot more Win in this book than there was in TCS.)
And... I think that's all I can give you without getting spoilery. Official description should be up soon!
The basic idea of this trilogy is amazing and I've never read something like this before. It's just the way it was written that was a bit lacking. But I would have survived the slower passages or the boring passages, if the characters were at least likeable.
But they weren't. I hated all of them. Except of Jule, Jule's cool. But the rest of them? There was a competition in my head for who's more annoying. Guess who's won. It was a tie between Skylar and Win!
It's hard to like a book when ...more
All 3 books in the Earth & Sky trilogy highlight the great world building and memorable characters.
Cool that this book differed from the first two in that we get to see both Win and Skylar's points of view. Great ending too - would ...more
A Sky Unbroken brings Megan Crewe's thrilling futuristic trilogy to a close, and I must say despite the bumpy ride, it was pretty enjoyable.
I guess my first complaint off the back is that the book picks up right where we left off, and I don't know about you, but I haven't read The Clouded Sky in several months. So my memory of what happened was pretty much nil. So d ...more
I received an ecopy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
Yet another great sci-fi series comes to a close. I absolutely adore this series and after that cliffhanger in the last book, I was more than ready to pick this one up! I am glad to say that this was a fantastic conclusion and did not disappoint.
Skylar had been betrayed by someone close, and even worse, the entire rebellion has been betrayed. T ...more
Actual Rating: 2.5
I guess I can't judge this properly as I haven't read the first two books in the series. I love me a bit of sci-fi, so when I saw this was available I had to have it! Unfortunately, for the final book in a trilogy, it was pretty boring.
This will be spoilery, so if you click 'show spoiler' then you can't blame anyone but yourself.
The book follows Skylar as she's trapped in a zoo for 'Ear ...more
I don't know how I missed THE CLOUDED SKY but in reading A SKY UNBROKEN, I don't think I missed anything. To me, the story picks up right where EARTH AND SKY left off. Sky has witnessed the destruction of earth and about 30 of her friends and family are now living in the Kemya space station in a sort of human zoo. She realizes that she is being drugged and finally figures out what has happened to her and her family / friends. Win sneaks in to visit with ...more
*Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction
A Sky Unbroken is the final installment in the Earth & Sky trilogy by author Megan Crewe. Picking up right where The Clouded Sky left off, Skylar Ross and the Rebels have failed in their mission to protect Earth. History has a way of repeating itself, and this time ...more
I’m glad that Skyler “found her voice” in the third book. In books 1 & 2 she just went along with the story as it happened to her. Book one had a strong Win vibe, book two had a strong Jules vibe, and book three was def ...more
I have tolerated Win and I was proud of Skylar as she filled out as a charact ...more
There was action that kept me going and a little bit of romance, but mostly problem solving and just a sense of coming together through differences,no matter what they may be! All around good read!
Planets.new beginnings.embracing flaws. Ever changing.love
First off, Skylar and the other Earthlings don't seem to be too upset over Earth being completely destroyed. It's gone - all 7 billion people and everything else on the face of the Earth was wiped out, and when they find out they're upset... and then they just move on. Like they all s ...more
This is the final review for the Earth&Sky series. Book one is here and book two is here. There are spoilers for the first two books contained below.
(top hidden just in case; other spoilers of the first two books are not hidden) (view spoiler)[At the end of The Clouded Sky the Earth has been destroyed. There’s nothing left except an empty, scorched planet, a near match to Kemya. Th ...more
This book had been very good! Other than I think that Win's group conquered several levels of the station a bit too easy, the events were unpredictble and the group faced many challenges after conquering several levels of the station. The romance and the intense part were well combined and written. Slow and fast, it creates a well contrastion and makes the book more interesting to read. I liked about the romance part, it adds another layer to the story or else the story would be dry with ...more
I’m still not completely obsessed with the characters and I’m more than a little disappointed that there wasn’t an epilogue to give us a glimpse into the future status of everyone, but this unique plot and fast pace still deserve 4 stars. I love the idea of time travel and other beings out there. The mixture of the two was really fun, especially since it also impacted history and what we think we know. It’s kind of a mind f*** when you consider it. I’m probably one o ...more
An engaging YA sci-fi series that takes some very unexpected directions. Love the heroine and the ever widening cast of complex characters. It’s sometimes hard to find a trilogy that has a satisfying conclusion, but this one picks up steam and builds as it goes. If things happen a little too smoothly in the first book, keep reading. Each story is a unique journey, not just a re-do of the last story. Time/space travel, alien worlds and tech, clashi ...more
‘A Sky Unbroken’ was a novel that didn’t exactly live up to my expectations. I hoped for SO MUCH BETTER! It succeeded in satisfying me as a reader but the whole story seemed slightly out of whack for me.
When I first finished the second novel in the ‘Earth & Sky’ series, I actually pretty excited about reading ‘A Sky Unbroken’! It is the last in the series but somehow the entire series seemed t
Going into this, I was wondering if I must be some sort of book masochist because I didn't particularly care for the first two. But I guess I just couldn't help but request this last book to see how it all would end. And I was pleasantly surprised by it. For the most part at least.
Being the duel POV between Skylar and Win is probably what saved this book for me. Win's chapters were by far so much more entertaining to read than anything from Skylar.
There were some really engaging parts ...more
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review
*sighs* I have been the number one advocate for this series ever since I read the first book and even more so when I read the second. But I am a little disappointed with the ending in this one.
I thought back in Earth & Sky that Win was SO BORING like zero personality and was not a good love interest for Skylar who had so much to offer. And when he said he wa ...more
Below are spoilers, both for this book and for books one and two for the series.
Given the end of the second book, The Clouded Sky, you might be forgiven for thinking “but where can this go from here?” Our protagonists have just achieved what we might have expected to be the end goal of the whole series – they destroye ...more