Under the Never Sky Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi

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Since she'd been on the outside, she'd survived an Aether storm, she'd had a knife held to her throat, and she'd seen men murdered. This was worse.



  • I absolutely adore Under the Never Sky! This book completely captivated me from start to finish. Firstly, the storyline is incredibly impressive, but what truly blew me away was the writing itself. Veronica Rossi's descriptive skills are outstanding, vividly portraying smells, sounds, and emotions. I will admit, it took me a few chapters to fully grasp the flow of the story, but that's what makes it unique. We meet Aria, a Dweller who lives in a pod with her people, leading a sheltered life in a virtual world where limitless experiences are possible, except for the real world. Aria's concern grows when her mother goes missing and she hasn't heard from her. This worry drives her to put herself in a dangerous situation in search of information. However, disaster strikes, turning her world upside down. On the other hand, Perry is an Outsider, residing in a treacherous world where survival is a constant battle. The threats are numerous, with the unpredictable sky and cannibals being the most dangerous. Yes, you heard that right, cannibals! Due to unexpected circumstances, Perry and Aria are forced to become allies. Through the alternating perspectives of these complex characters, we gain a deeper understanding of who they are. The ending left me breathless and longing for the next installment, Through the Ever Night. This is a truly beautiful story, and I highly recommend reading or listening to it if you haven't already.
  • The whole time I was listening to the audiobook, it felt like I had one of those Ninja Turtle voices from Saturday morning cartoons narrating the story. I can't really give a proper rating to the story because I had to stop listening. It could have been an amazing story, but the narrator completely ruined it for me. The narrator's voice sounded like either a young teenage boy or an elderly woman attempting to imitate a young teenage boy.