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Samra Rose is in trouble. Living in a colony floating high above the clouds, she's been far away from anything resembling an adventure, but when aerial raiders carry off her home - with her inside - she gets more excitement than she ever wished for. Her best friend, Kipling, and a Grounder boy with a skyship will take to the air in pursuit, but all three will face dangers they've never imagined. The aerial ocean is a turbulent place full of deadly creatures and cutthroat pirates. If they hope to survive, they'll need to fight for their place in the Heights and confront those who have already claimed it.
Follow the adventures of three unlikely heroes as they abandon the safety of home to seek a destiny aloft in the clouds.
Fans of grand science fiction universes, steampunk airships, and daring pirate adventures will discover a thrilling new world of action, villainy, and friendship.
Make the leap into the sky today! Find out if you have what it takes to soar....
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By Philip on 09-06-17
A pleasant journey into a fantasy realm
the story takes the reader to a world not just worth visiting but one worth returning to again and again for anyone who has ever dreamed of flying this book fulfills those dreams in a wonderful and Charming way
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
By Thomas on 04-27-18
Something is missing...
If you’ve listened to books by Nathan Van Coops before, how does this one compare?
I have read all of Nathan Van Coops's Chronos time travel series and expected similar pacing with wit. However, this book was completely stale and the pace was unbearable. While the world was full of imagination and the qualities of the species were creative, I was not able to connect with any of the characters. It almost made me felt like this book was a side-book that was begging to be finished by Nathan. I am a little more than halfway through and I'm still not yet hooked on the book.
It definitely feels like there is a certain element that i missing from the book that makes me want to continue. I doubt I will finish this one.
What does Jayme Mattler bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The narrator was excellent in narrating the story and emoting the various characters. Tone was easy to listen to (not too bassy or not too squeaky).