Fall of Sky City (Finding the Sky, #1)

Fall of Sky City (Finding the Sky, #1)

by S.M. Blooding

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BN ID: 2940151697798
Publisher: Whistling Books, LLC
Publication date: 02/27/2015
Series: Finding the Sky , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 979,503
File size: 1 MB

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Fall Of Sky City 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
debralmartin More than 1 year ago
FALL OF SKY CITY is an ambitious debut for author S.M. Blooding. To start, the cover of this book is phenomenal, very eye-catching. Her world building skills are amazing although I did have a hard time trying trying to picture the letharans, but that did not take away from my enjoyment of the book. The story is a wonderful mix of fantasy and steampunk and moves along at a fast clip. Because of all the action in the book, I found that some of the secondary characters were a bit flat, Nix, in particular. She was portrayed as just evil, but why was she so evil. What was her back story and why was she so obsessed with everyone "loving" her? I would have liked to learn what made her "tick." Synn, on the other hand, was very well written. He's a young man who is a bit naive, but then he's captured and forced to endure unimaginable torture at the hands of Queen Nix. He matures quickly and has an inner fortitude that keeps him going. I knew what was going to happen before the ending, but it was still an enjoyable story. No spoilers here. You'll have to read the book to find out what happens to Synn. Fans of fantasy and steampunk will thoroughly enjoy this book. Recommended. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is very well done with believable characters, breathtaking backdrops and a plot that not only is easy to follow but it takes you by the throat and won't let go until you have reached the last page.  The book ends in such a way that you feel bereft until you get your hands on book 2 (which I also recommend but oddly enough I cannot find here).