Into the Still Blue by Veronica Rossi *Stephanie’s Review*



I read Into the Still Blue by Veronica Rossi fairly quickly. As the last book in the series, I wanted to find out what happened to Aria and Perry. Through the Ever Night left me with questions and I was eager to get the answers.

I enjoyed watching the character growth in Into the Still Blue. Aria, Perry, and Roar working together to keep the Tides safe was so satisfying. There were definitely some mistakes made along the way; some even bordered on “too stupid to live” mistakes. I feel they were necessary to advance the plot and to help some of the characters to heal.

The secondary characters certainly made you feel, for better or worse. I can’t tell you how many times I wanted to throat punch Sable. I’ll give you a hint: it was pretty much every time he made an appearance.

Veronica Rossi does an excellent job with the alternating points of view. There have been other books that used the alternating povs and it was a complete disaster. Rossi pulls it off beautifully. I knew exactly whose head I was in at any given point in the story.

I held out hope that the key to unlock the very thing that this series was about wouldn’t be necessary. That part alone crushed me. Rossi tried to compensate later in the book. That measure was helpful but it still stung. I suppose Rossi stayed true to the genre. Unfortunately I am a happily ever after reader and even if it was true to the story, I can’t give Into the Still Blue a full five stars. I enjoyed the series as a while and I’m glad to put it on the shelf.

One response to “Into the Still Blue by Veronica Rossi *Stephanie’s Review*”

  1. This was one of those YA series that I tried and wasn’t for me but I gave it to a friend —she loved it 🙂 Glad book 3 is still good 🙂


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