The Never Tilting World (The Never Tilting World, #1) by Rin Chupeco

The Never Tilting World (The Never Tilting World, #1)

Frozen meets Mad Max in this epic teen fantasy duology bursting with star-crossed romance, immortal heroines, and elemental magic, perfect for fans of Furyborn.Generations of twin goddesses have long ruled Aeon. But seventeen years ago, one sister’s betrayal defied an ancient prophecy and split their world in two. The planet ceased to spin, and a Great Abyss now divides two realms: one cloaked in perpetual night, the other scorched by an unrele...

Details The Never Tilting World (The Never Tilting World, #1)

TitleThe Never Tilting World (The Never Tilting World, #1)
Release DateOct 15th, 2019
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, LGBT

Reviews The Never Tilting World (The Never Tilting World, #1)

  • Hamad
    ARC provided by the Publisher through Edelweiss in exchange of an honest reviewRTC
  • Kelsey
    I remember the world back when it was soft and good, where I could watch the sun set before stars graced the sky with their shine. Do you know what I would give to see a sunset again, lad? Marketing is so weird. Frozen? Hardly. Mad Max, sure, if Mad Max invented cobbled-together dune buggies. Instead it didn't really fit into anything I'd ever read before.At least what I got from it was a high-octane road trip adventure, in a uniquely magical wor...
  • Shealea
    Before anything else, sign up for the international blog tour for The Never Tilting World, which means being one of the early reviewers prior to its release!-Rin Chupeco. Queen of My Heart, Goddess of Brilliant Fantasy World-Buildings, and as of The Never Tilting World, Patron Saint of Sexual Tension and Unparalleled Chemistry.I just can't even. None of us are ready.Review to follow.
  • shri (sunandchai)
    Full review on my blog! First of all, I want to thank HarperTeen for sending me a review copy in exchange for an honest review.I had no doubt that I was going to enjoy The Never Tilting World. This is one of those books that I took one look at the cover, the title, and decided that there was no way I wouldn’t like it. And I wasn’t disappointed. The Never Tilting World is an entertaining read that features four very unique protagonists in a ...
  • Ellie (faerieontheshelf)
    This was one of my most anticipated reads of the latter half of 2019, and it does mostly fulfill my hopes. It’s a really unusual fantasy based off climate change in a world split in half into endless desert day under a blitzing sun and endless frozen night under a cold moon. I was attached to all 4 narrators - a strong positive. One girl had an antiheroine arc - another strong positive. Also a f/f relationship - a third strong positive. An amaz...
  • turniip
    Okay, so this is going to be a hard one to review before release. This book comes out in a few months, and I desperately don't want to spoil anyone - so I'm kind of going to pull from the synopsis and discuss if I think those elements are done well :)Frozen meets Mad Max in this... Yes. I have watched like... half of Mad Max: Fury Road and I can definitely see where the comparisons are drawn. The protagonists, in two separate pairings, travel tow...
  • Clephiro (The Book Coven)
    So the tagline "Frozen meets Mad Max" has to be the weirdest, yet the most accurate tagline for a book ever. Plot-wise I won't say too much, as it's still a while before release, but if you liked The Bone Witch, you should check it out. Similarly, this book takes its time getting going and really shines in the complicated relationship dynamics and interesting world-building.The two cities in this book are completely different. Each is ruled by a ...
  • Dany
    A demoness Is what men call A goddess They cannot controlI got lucky stars in my side!
  • Ruthsic
    Warnings: mentions of abuse and harassment by superiors, death of pet-like animalRep: asian and middle-eastern coded fantasy, with largely PoC characters; queer rep with sapphic romance and bisexual character; disabled (amputee) south asian character; character with PTSD (panic attacks, hallucinations) who is receiving therapyChupeco's new post-apocalyptic fantasy brings to us a world stops spinning due to a magical catastrophe, and the two parts...
  • Ameema Saeed
    4.5 stars.Fast-paced and addicted, with some great character work, and a fascinating premise. Told from multiple different perspectives, it’s easy to relate to (& fall in love with) each of our four main characters.This book kept me guessing, and I’m really excited for more world-building, & history, as the series continues.Although the pacing could have used a bit of work (at times, characters took several chapters to get some character grow...
  • Emma Gerts
    I have mixed feelings about this book. I really liked the idea - that of a world that had stopped spinning, leaving one half of the planet baking in perpetual sunlight and the other half freezing in endless night. Each half of the world is ruled over by a goddess and her daughter, and neither know of the existence of the others. The story follows the two young goddesses as they head towards the Abyss, the rift in the world that caused the planet ...
  • Sara Rainsberry
    *I received an advanced reader copy of this book from Indigo Books & Music Inc. in exchange for an honest review*This is a story about rigid tradition, sisterly feuds, climate change, and monsters. The Never Tilting World is unlike anything I have ever read before. It combines so many elements that are less common in teen fiction, including: LGBTQ+, amputees, mental health, global warming and terminal illness. Unfortunately, I found that the 4 PO...