Endless Water, Starless Sky

Endless Water, Starless Sky Review

In the last days of the world, the walls of Viyara are still falling, and the dead are rising faster than ever.

Juliet is trapped—ordered by Lord Ineo of the Mahyanai to sacrifice the remaining members of her family, the Catresou, to stave off the end of the world. Though they’re certain his plan is useless, Juliet and her former friend Runajo must comply with Lord Ineo’s wishes—unless they can discover a different, darker path to protecting Viyara.

Romeo is tortured: finally aware that his true love is alive, he is at once elated and devastated, for his actions led directly to the destruction of her clan. The only way to redemption is to offer his life to the Catresou to protect and support them . . . even if it means dying to do so.

When Romeo’s and Juliet’s paths converge once again, only a journey into Death will offer answers and the key to saving them all—but is it a journey either of them will survive?

Title:Endless Water, Starless Sky
Edition Language:English

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  • Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You:1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable3. Zombi...

  • Cesar

    3.5 stars.Endless Water, Starless Sky was an overall decent finale to this duology. Not the best one out there, but it at least ended on a good note. That being said, my issues with this finale have t...

  • CatholicBibliophagist

    I've been eagerly awaiting the release of Endless Water, Starless Sky, the second half of the story begun in Rosamund Hodge's previous novel, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire. And after practically swallowing ...

  • Dazz Ross

    6/17/16 (Before Reading)The ending for the first one pained me. And it's going to be a long wait until this one comes out (or if I get an ARC of this, then maybe not so long). But I want to know what ...

  • Julie Davis

    Romeo had looked at a Catresou girl and loved her. He had believed that Juliet was more than a weapon, and that it was worthwhile to love her, however little time they might have. He had died believi...

  • Suzannah

    This is the followup to Hodge's previous book Bright Smoke, Cold Fire. To recap: Romeo and Juliet, where Juliet is a clan assassin in a last city beseiged by zombies and protected only by the blood sa...

  • Theresa Scott

    This book finishes the latest duology by author Rosamund Hodge. On the surface, this duology could be described in the briefest sense as "Romeo and Juliet with zombies in a fantasy universe", but that...

  • Ellie (faerieontheshelf)

    Undoubtedly a step up from Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, Endless Water, Starless Sky still suffers by being bogged down by the factors that made the first instalment a weak read, but it also delivers with ...

  • Brendan Hodge

    As the second half of a duology, it's harder to review this one by describing the plot, because Endless Water, Starless Sky really does follow so tightly upon Bright Smoke, Cold Fire. If you haven't r...

  • Shelley

    *Source* Publisher via Edelweiss*Genre* Young Adult / Fantasy*Rating* 3.5*Thoughts*Endless Water, Starless Sky is the second and apparent finale to author Rosamund Hodge's Bright Smoke, Cold Fire duol...