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Review: The Towering Sky

The Towering Sky - Katharine McGee

I received a copy from Netgalley.

 

I finished a trilogy!!!!

 

This will be a super short review because it’s going to very hard to avoid spoilers as this is the conclusion of an epic series.

 

A satisfying ending with all the questions and lose ends tied up.

 

We finally get the will-they-won’t-they answer to Rylin and Cole. Leda and Watt get a conclusion and start looking towards their futures. Watt has some pretty tough choices to make regarding his education and his super computer implant Nadia. Leda has some demons to deal with and amends to make for her crappy behaviour. The secrets between Avery and Atlas finally come full circle. Not, of course, without it’s drama. Calliope and her con artist mother have their work cut out for her when one Calliope’s former marks, who happens to be Cole’s older brother Brice turns up hot on her heels. But things take an unexpected turn. Avery makes a life changing decision.

 

Same epic world building and emotional drama as the first two. Glitz and glamor, romance and betrayal, questionable motives and morals abound. What’s not to love? As with the other two, it doesn’t take any great effort to enjoy this, it’s fun and easy to read and great ending.

 

Thank you to Netgalley and HarperCollins UK Children’s.