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Sky to Sea (Crimson Sash, #2)

4.25  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  8 reviews
They thought their troubles were over … but they’ve only just begun.

For Neve Hall and Micah Ward, the New Republic has always represented more than its legends of snowflakes and butterflies. It has also meant hope—and the freedom to love. But reality differs from their dreams. Living in a shelter for refugees, the pair must convince their immigration case manager that they
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Published January 7th 2020 by Inkspell Publishing
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Jan 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
YA dystopian fiction has gotten a tired reputation over the past several years, but I’m pleased to report that this genre can still surprise and delight, as this second installment of Ms. Marin’s Crimson Sash series illustrates. In Sky to Sea, Marin deftly entwines romance, suspense, and drama with an undercurrent of political unrest in a way that feels as fresh as it did in North to Nara.

In Sky to Sea, we join Neve and Micah in their early days together in the New Republic, facing the
Laura Furuta
Jan 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Sky to Sea (Crimson Sash Book 2)
By Amanda Marin
5 out of 5 stars

The story Sky to Sea (Crimson Sash Book 2) by Amanda Marin is a wonderful book that I loved reading. It is the second book in a series, and I enjoyed it just as much as the first one. It pulled me in from the beginning and I found myself lost in the story. I loved reading about Neve Hall and Micah Ward. Neve is a young woman who is intelligent, strong, and in love with Micah. Micah is a young man who has survived a lot. He is
Jan 07, 2020 rated it really liked it
4 Stars

Sky to Sea is the second book in the Crimson Sash Series by Amanda Marin. It is YA fantasy, with dystopian elements, romance, sci-fi, action, adventure, and drama.
We met Neve Hall and Micah Ward in book one. We re-join them as their story continues. After the events in book one, Micah and Neve really had all their hopes of a happy new beginning pinned on the New Republic. But you know what they say about best laid plans. Tensions between the Republic and Nation rise, which results in
Jenni Bishop
Jan 08, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Sky to Sea: Crimson Sash- Book 2 by Amanda Marin is a YA dystopian romance that is filled with suspense and action, fear and longing, love and suffering. Amanda paints a vivid and clever picture of the world she has created and her character building is spot on.

Neve and Micah are learning to live a new life after escaping from the Nation. They build their lives on the hope that they will be given refugee status and are doing everything they can to make that happen. But they continue to live with
Kerry Baker
Jan 14, 2020 rated it really liked it
Sky to Sea by Amanda Marin is the is the second book in the Crimson Sash series. This series does need to be read in order to fully understand what is happening.
It had been a while since I had read book one but I found it really easy to pick up from where it left off. I soon found myself immersed back into the characters and their stories.
This book was well paced and exciting. You really have to feel for Neve and Micah. They really thought they had found the place for them to be safe and happy
Jan 17, 2020 rated it really liked it
Sky to Sea by Amanda Marin is the second book in the Crimson Sash series. This is a wonderful YA/dystopian story with the main characters, Neve Hall and Micah Ward. Neve and Micah are trying to prove themselves in the New Republic so they can gain citizenship. But the best things are not always easy. The two are quickly put to the test amid the New Republic and the Nations relationship becoming explosive. I highly recommend reading the books in order to get the full story and enjoyment out of ...more
Bobbi Wagner
Jan 07, 2020 rated it really liked it
This is the second book in this series, I highly suggest reading this series in order to help enrich your enjoyment. I enjoyed this book as much as the first one. In this installment we get to see Neve and Micah again but one is kidnapped and the center of conflict. San Murs has set terms but the Nation only wants one thing. The twists and turns had me turning pages fast as well as sitting on the edge of my seat just waiting to see what will happen next. I highly recommend reading this book to ...more
Jan 15, 2020 rated it really liked it
Micah character is very well written. Alot of the information about the setting in which they are in are done in a large section of text. Neve is a very caring person and adores Micah. This has a very interesting story line but can take some time to get into. Once you get going it's a very heartfelt story that reaches home.
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When Amanda was a child, her father traveled frequently for business, always bringing her back a book as a present. Whether she was getting lost in the pages of a tale about far-away knights, girls with supernatural powers, or kindly giants, she was quickly hooked on stories. Nowadays, she writes books of her own. Her debut novel, North to Nara (Crimson Sash, Book 1), a YA dystopian romance, was ...more