The rebels have been disbanded, their plans ruined. Betrayed by those she trusted most, Skylar finds herself herded, along with a small group of Earthlings, into a living museum—a human zoo—on the Kemyates’ space station, subject to her captors’ every whim. Any move Skylar makes could result in the extinction of her people—but giving in means losing any hope of freedom.
Meanwhile, Win returns home and evades punishment by pretending to be loyal to Kemya. But he can’t bear knowing that Skylar is imprisoned or watch his fellow Kemyates swallow the Council’s lies about Earth. He must bring the truth to the Kemyate public and see the Earthlings freed—even if it means openly challenging his world’s rulers.
In this final book of the action-packed Earth & Sky trilogy, neither Skylar nor Win knows they are about to uncover an even deeper conspiracy—one that could push the future they’re fighting for completely out of reach.
About the Author
Like many authors, Megan Crewe finds writing about herself much more difficult than making things up. A few definite facts: she lives with her husband, son, and three cats in Toronto, Canada (and does on occasion say “eh”); she tutors children and teens with special needs; and she can’t look at the night sky without speculating about who else might be out there. Along with the Earth & Sky trilogy, she is the author of the paranormal novel Give Up the Ghost and the postapocalyptic Fallen World trilogy. She can be found online at www.megancrewe.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A Sky Unbroken by Megan Crewe The council has devastated Earth in an attempt to change the path of the Kemya. The division form Earth has disposed the Pets and Earth Zoo display of not only their own time, but their entire world. Sky has been surprised with 30 people from her home town, including her parents. Jule's last gift after he figured out he was caught in his betrayal. This devastation is not the only supersize in this action packed final of a dramatic imaginative series. The theme and ideas held with in the pages begin with the idea that our differences do not define how we live our lives and overcome our difficulties resonates through out the story. This is a great book for middle school students just learning that they can have a say in how the world is directed. The book focuses on how protests that are peaceful are beneficial, where violence has repercussions they could never expect, its a thought process that is difficult to discuss. The book brings a dramatic and impact idea of how we value each other.
ARC kindly provided by Amazon Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Review ‘A Sky Unbroken’ was a novel that didn’t exactly live up to my expectations. I hoped for SO MUCH BETTER! It succeeded in satisfying me as a reader but the whole story seemed slightly out of whack for me. When I first finished the second novel in the ‘Earth & Sky’ series, I actually pretty excited about reading ‘A Sky Unbroken’! It is the last in the series but somehow the entire series seemed to be leading up to this one…last…book. The EPIC CLIFFHANGER at the end of the LAST NOVEL didn’t make my need and want to read this novel ANY EASIER! The blurb sounded pretty cool when I first took a peak at it. I liked the whole idea that the author was establishing. I thought, “Who knows, maybe the author, Megan Crewe, will hit a five star this time?”. I was sadly disappointed in the end. *sighs* I admired the cover as it kept up with the other designs in ‘Earth and Sky’ and ‘The Clouded Sky’. The cracked and flaming planet above alluded to what happened in ‘The Clouded Sky’ and the ashen and black trees in the foreground of the cover really set the scene on the destruction. It was a cover worthy of a good story. Now, into the novel: it started off pretty intense. I was instantly drawn in. Skylar is trying to cope with the devastating destruction of her planet – of OUR planet – Earth and Jule’s betrayal whom she trusted so much. I felt so much for her in that moment. I could only imagine what she was experiencing and seriously TRYING to imagine how the whole story would end when Earth was just…gone. Can you believe it? 7 BILLION LIVES LOST! That’s just…just…unexplicable. I really wanted for the Earth to return to its previous state and for Jules and Skylar to get back together throughout the book. They were my NUMBER ONE hopes. I really enjoyed having a glimpse into Win’s (or Darwin’s) mind. In the other book, he seemed sort of pathetic: a slight weakling who was very sympathetic to Earthlings but didn't do anything about it except express his emotions over the issue. I really wanted him to STEP UP or MAN UP so he could SAY or DO SOMETHING PROACTIVE! ANYHTING Luckily, in the novel, you'll get to see a drastic change in Win's character and who he really is, including his life on the Kemyate spaceship. This was a PLUS! This novel also captured a lot of the human resilience we see today in our world – something I am very proud of as a human being – through Skylar’s demeaning and unjust captivity by the Kemyates. We readers see her fight for her freedom and a chance to see the Earth she longs so much for; to save the planet she BELONGS to. The destruction of Earth had greatly impacted her. She became more wary and downtrodden when you compare her to the person she was in the first two novels. I really admired her during these moments when she fought for her RIGHT. *SPOILER* Unfortunately the love triangle between Skylar, Jule and Win was back. I was suprised (and shockingly excited) about this, which was confusing for me as I was let down and upset at this development BEFORE. I was only a third of the way through the novel, yet I was already rooting for Jule and Skylar. I had my fingers crossed, wishing that they are going to be together! *SPOILER* ...read more at https://staceykym.wordpress.com/2015/12/01/a-sky-unbroken-earth-sky-3-by-megan-crewe/ ...