Endless Water, Starless Sky (Bright Smoke, Cold Fire #2)

Endless Water, Starless Sky (Bright Smoke, Cold Fire #2)

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

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Title:Endless Water, Starless Sky (Bright Smoke, Cold Fire #2)
Author:Rosamund Hodge
Rating:
Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:006236944X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:448 pages pages

Endless Water, Starless Sky (Bright Smoke, Cold Fire #2) Reviews

  • CatholicBibliophagist
    Aug 08, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

  • Melanie
    Aug 08, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

  • Julie Davis
    Mar 18, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

  • Louisa
    Jul 04, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

    3,5 Review to come ...

    Grimdark, but good. Only passing resemblance to Romeo and Juliet. ...

    Oh, man, this book was so fantastic! Such a great sequel, so much happened, so many heart-pounding moments, and was just so great to read! Very satisfying ending! ...

  • Shelley
    Jul 24, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

  • Shera (Book Whispers)
    Dec 16, 2016

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

    3,5 Review to come ...

    Grimdark, but good. Only passing resemblance to Romeo and Juliet. ...

    Oh, man, this book was so fantastic! Such a great sequel, so much happened, so many heart-pounding moments, and was just so great to read! Very satisfying ending! ...

    Ooohhhhh that summary You had me at Romeo and Juliet ...

    What a weird, weird book . . . 3.5 RTC ...

    A fast-paced but ultimately disappointing sequel. When I read Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was instantly enchanted. It had a brilliantly original premise - Romeo and Juliet set in a Sabriel-esque high fantasy world of magic, necromancy and political intrigue. I also loved Hodge?s prota...

    Thank you, Balzer + Bray, for the ARC! This was a mixed bag for me. I've been a fan of Rosamund Hodge since she wrote Cruel Beauty. The element which draws me back to Hodge time and again-- her ability to recreate the atmosphere of myth and folklore, combined with her lyrical pro...

    I am a huge fan of Rosamund Hodge and her retellings of classic fairy tales. This sequel was interesting but I felt there was some parts that went back and forth for too long. I did find myself confused by a lot of this. The characters were a bit harder to like this time. I loved the j...

    4.5 ...

    05-27-17 So the name of the series is the name of the first book. Boring! Here's to hoping now that it's officially pushed back to 2018 that it we will get a sequel. It's cruel that I'm now obsessed and realize that there were quite a few less stellar reviews. Gosh I want it now! (...

  • Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
    Jan 31, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

  • Lucy
    Jul 13, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

    3,5 Review to come ...

    Grimdark, but good. Only passing resemblance to Romeo and Juliet. ...

    Oh, man, this book was so fantastic! Such a great sequel, so much happened, so many heart-pounding moments, and was just so great to read! Very satisfying ending! ...

    Ooohhhhh that summary You had me at Romeo and Juliet ...

    What a weird, weird book . . . 3.5 RTC ...

    A fast-paced but ultimately disappointing sequel. When I read Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was instantly enchanted. It had a brilliantly original premise - Romeo and Juliet set in a Sabriel-esque high fantasy world of magic, necromancy and political intrigue. I also loved Hodge?s prota...

  • Brendan Hodge
    Aug 08, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

  • Sara
    Aug 12, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

    3,5 Review to come ...

    Grimdark, but good. Only passing resemblance to Romeo and Juliet. ...

    Oh, man, this book was so fantastic! Such a great sequel, so much happened, so many heart-pounding moments, and was just so great to read! Very satisfying ending! ...

    Ooohhhhh that summary You had me at Romeo and Juliet ...

    What a weird, weird book . . . 3.5 RTC ...

    A fast-paced but ultimately disappointing sequel. When I read Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was instantly enchanted. It had a brilliantly original premise - Romeo and Juliet set in a Sabriel-esque high fantasy world of magic, necromancy and political intrigue. I also loved Hodge?s prota...

    Thank you, Balzer + Bray, for the ARC! This was a mixed bag for me. I've been a fan of Rosamund Hodge since she wrote Cruel Beauty. The element which draws me back to Hodge time and again-- her ability to recreate the atmosphere of myth and folklore, combined with her lyrical pro...

    I am a huge fan of Rosamund Hodge and her retellings of classic fairy tales. This sequel was interesting but I felt there was some parts that went back and forth for too long. I did find myself confused by a lot of this. The characters were a bit harder to like this time. I loved the j...

    4.5 ...

    05-27-17 So the name of the series is the name of the first book. Boring! Here's to hoping now that it's officially pushed back to 2018 that it we will get a sequel. It's cruel that I'm now obsessed and realize that there were quite a few less stellar reviews. Gosh I want it now! (...

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    ...

    ...

  • Teresa Mary Rose
    Aug 06, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

  • Ana Beatriz
    Sep 19, 2014

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

    3,5 Review to come ...

    Grimdark, but good. Only passing resemblance to Romeo and Juliet. ...

    Oh, man, this book was so fantastic! Such a great sequel, so much happened, so many heart-pounding moments, and was just so great to read! Very satisfying ending! ...

    Ooohhhhh that summary You had me at Romeo and Juliet ...

    What a weird, weird book . . . 3.5 RTC ...

    A fast-paced but ultimately disappointing sequel. When I read Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was instantly enchanted. It had a brilliantly original premise - Romeo and Juliet set in a Sabriel-esque high fantasy world of magic, necromancy and political intrigue. I also loved Hodge?s prota...

    Thank you, Balzer + Bray, for the ARC! This was a mixed bag for me. I've been a fan of Rosamund Hodge since she wrote Cruel Beauty. The element which draws me back to Hodge time and again-- her ability to recreate the atmosphere of myth and folklore, combined with her lyrical pro...

    I am a huge fan of Rosamund Hodge and her retellings of classic fairy tales. This sequel was interesting but I felt there was some parts that went back and forth for too long. I did find myself confused by a lot of this. The characters were a bit harder to like this time. I loved the j...

    4.5 ...

    05-27-17 So the name of the series is the name of the first book. Boring! Here's to hoping now that it's officially pushed back to 2018 that it we will get a sequel. It's cruel that I'm now obsessed and realize that there were quite a few less stellar reviews. Gosh I want it now! (...

    ...

    ...

  • Nara
    Jul 22, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

  • Ruthsic
    Sep 12, 2016

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

  • Suzannah
    May 23, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

  • Theresa Scott
    Feb 24, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

  • Garrett Olinde
    Aug 02, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

    3,5 Review to come ...

    Grimdark, but good. Only passing resemblance to Romeo and Juliet. ...

  • Allison Ruvidich
    May 26, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

    3,5 Review to come ...

    Grimdark, but good. Only passing resemblance to Romeo and Juliet. ...

    Oh, man, this book was so fantastic! Such a great sequel, so much happened, so many heart-pounding moments, and was just so great to read! Very satisfying ending! ...

    Ooohhhhh that summary You had me at Romeo and Juliet ...

    What a weird, weird book . . . 3.5 RTC ...

    A fast-paced but ultimately disappointing sequel. When I read Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was instantly enchanted. It had a brilliantly original premise - Romeo and Juliet set in a Sabriel-esque high fantasy world of magic, necromancy and political intrigue. I also loved Hodge?s prota...

    Thank you, Balzer + Bray, for the ARC! This was a mixed bag for me. I've been a fan of Rosamund Hodge since she wrote Cruel Beauty. The element which draws me back to Hodge time and again-- her ability to recreate the atmosphere of myth and folklore, combined with her lyrical pro...

  • Victoria M
    Feb 13, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

    3,5 Review to come ...

    Grimdark, but good. Only passing resemblance to Romeo and Juliet. ...

    Oh, man, this book was so fantastic! Such a great sequel, so much happened, so many heart-pounding moments, and was just so great to read! Very satisfying ending! ...

    Ooohhhhh that summary You had me at Romeo and Juliet ...

    What a weird, weird book . . . 3.5 RTC ...

    A fast-paced but ultimately disappointing sequel. When I read Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was instantly enchanted. It had a brilliantly original premise - Romeo and Juliet set in a Sabriel-esque high fantasy world of magic, necromancy and political intrigue. I also loved Hodge?s prota...

    Thank you, Balzer + Bray, for the ARC! This was a mixed bag for me. I've been a fan of Rosamund Hodge since she wrote Cruel Beauty. The element which draws me back to Hodge time and again-- her ability to recreate the atmosphere of myth and folklore, combined with her lyrical pro...

    I am a huge fan of Rosamund Hodge and her retellings of classic fairy tales. This sequel was interesting but I felt there was some parts that went back and forth for too long. I did find myself confused by a lot of this. The characters were a bit harder to like this time. I loved the j...

  • Dazz Ross
    Jun 17, 2016

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

  • Celia McMahon
    Jul 28, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

  • Juliet-Camille
    Jun 26, 2015

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

    3,5 Review to come ...

    Grimdark, but good. Only passing resemblance to Romeo and Juliet. ...

    Oh, man, this book was so fantastic! Such a great sequel, so much happened, so many heart-pounding moments, and was just so great to read! Very satisfying ending! ...

    Ooohhhhh that summary You had me at Romeo and Juliet ...

  • Roki
    Aug 09, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

  • Ali
    Jun 21, 2017

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

  • Meghan
    Feb 28, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

  • Bethany Powell
    Jul 29, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

  • Laura
    Aug 12, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

    3,5 Review to come ...

  • Lenna • Sugar Dusted Pages
    Feb 16, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

    3,5 Review to come ...

    Grimdark, but good. Only passing resemblance to Romeo and Juliet. ...

    Oh, man, this book was so fantastic! Such a great sequel, so much happened, so many heart-pounding moments, and was just so great to read! Very satisfying ending! ...

    Ooohhhhh that summary You had me at Romeo and Juliet ...

    What a weird, weird book . . . 3.5 RTC ...

  • Regan
    Jul 25, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

    3,5 Review to come ...

    Grimdark, but good. Only passing resemblance to Romeo and Juliet. ...

    Oh, man, this book was so fantastic! Such a great sequel, so much happened, so many heart-pounding moments, and was just so great to read! Very satisfying ending! ...

    Ooohhhhh that summary You had me at Romeo and Juliet ...

    What a weird, weird book . . . 3.5 RTC ...

    A fast-paced but ultimately disappointing sequel. When I read Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was instantly enchanted. It had a brilliantly original premise - Romeo and Juliet set in a Sabriel-esque high fantasy world of magic, necromancy and political intrigue. I also loved Hodge?s prota...

    Thank you, Balzer + Bray, for the ARC! This was a mixed bag for me. I've been a fan of Rosamund Hodge since she wrote Cruel Beauty. The element which draws me back to Hodge time and again-- her ability to recreate the atmosphere of myth and folklore, combined with her lyrical pro...

    I am a huge fan of Rosamund Hodge and her retellings of classic fairy tales. This sequel was interesting but I felt there was some parts that went back and forth for too long. I did find myself confused by a lot of this. The characters were a bit harder to like this time. I loved the j...

    4.5 ...

  • Jessica Zheng
    Aug 01, 2018

    Top Five Reasons Endless Water, Starless Sky is For You: 1. You love a good YA fantasy riddled with treachery and darkness 2. You love a retelling with so many twists it is almost unrecognizable 3. Zombies! Or are they? 4. Beautiful almost lyrical writing that will suck you in 5...

    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 happens with the characters. They're getting into some deep treachery now, a...

    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 it whole, I can report that it does not disappoint. It is, however, very hard to discu...

    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 sacrifices of a creepy sisterhood. Also, there are necromancers, and Paris and Rosaline ...

    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 believing it. Juliet had believed that once too. She couldn't free her people. She coul...

    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 description does no justice to the complex and interesting world of the novels. It wo...

    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 read the first half, go read it right now and be glad that you haven't been like the re...

    *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 duology. With its heartbreaking and shocking finale, Bright Smoke, Cold Fire l...

    Endless Water Starless Sky is the sequel to Rosamund Hodge?s Bright Smoke Cold Fire. This duology (I hate that term, but there?s not a great word for a pair of books) is a sort of postapocalyptic adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. The world is broken, and has been for a hundred years ...

    MINOR SPOILERS kinda. At last! The previous book left off at a bleak place--friends turned against each other, and terrible things done for seemingly good reasons. I was curious how it could possibly be turned around, and whether it was in the cards to get a happy-ever-after.... I'm...

    Thanks to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title. I apologize for the late review as I just read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Starless Sky so I could read this one. This book was amazing, just as the first and I ...

    I received this book as an advanced readers copy and have read the first installment of the Bright Smoke, Cold Fire series. Endless Water, Star less Sky is a continuation of the adventure of Romeo and Juliet and how they found eachother. This book was filled with adventure and suspense...

    Edit 21/6/17 Endless Water, Starless Sky is the new title of the book and I am LOVING IT! ...

    More Reviews Here: Readers Live A Thousand Lives With the ending to Bright Smoke, Cold Fire I had been dying to get my hands on this one and this turned out to be a solid conclusion. This book has a great cast of characters with so many intertwined relationships. The angst in thi...

    I've been waiting for this since "Bright Smoke, Cold Fire" - Hodge set up a masterful cliffhanger in the first volume of this series! - and was not disappointed. The story picks up immediately, with a reimagined Romeo and Juliet both trying to find a way to be together without killing ...

    This sequel raises the stakes in a world built on bloodshed and death, and if you think things were dire at the end of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, well, this one is going to hit you hard. So, at the end of book 1, Runajo had parted with the Sisters to save Juliet from execution, Paris was...

    After the ending of Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was very curious as to what direction Rosamund Hodge would be taking the sequel. I felt that initially events crawled at a snail's pace overall, meaning there were unfortunately a lot of points, at least in the first half, where I felt ...

    3,5 Review to come ...

    Grimdark, but good. Only passing resemblance to Romeo and Juliet. ...

    Oh, man, this book was so fantastic! Such a great sequel, so much happened, so many heart-pounding moments, and was just so great to read! Very satisfying ending! ...

    Ooohhhhh that summary You had me at Romeo and Juliet ...

    What a weird, weird book . . . 3.5 RTC ...

    A fast-paced but ultimately disappointing sequel. When I read Bright Smoke, Cold Fire, I was instantly enchanted. It had a brilliantly original premise - Romeo and Juliet set in a Sabriel-esque high fantasy world of magic, necromancy and political intrigue. I also loved Hodge?s prota...

    Thank you, Balzer + Bray, for the ARC! This was a mixed bag for me. I've been a fan of Rosamund Hodge since she wrote Cruel Beauty. The element which draws me back to Hodge time and again-- her ability to recreate the atmosphere of myth and folklore, combined with her lyrical pro...

    I am a huge fan of Rosamund Hodge and her retellings of classic fairy tales. This sequel was interesting but I felt there was some parts that went back and forth for too long. I did find myself confused by a lot of this. The characters were a bit harder to like this time. I loved the j...

    4.5 ...

    05-27-17 So the name of the series is the name of the first book. Boring! Here's to hoping now that it's officially pushed back to 2018 that it we will get a sequel. It's cruel that I'm now obsessed and realize that there were quite a few less stellar reviews. Gosh I want it now! (...

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