Imprison the Sky (The Elementae, #2) by A.C. Gaughen

Imprison the Sky (The Elementae, #2)

Stolen from her family as a child, Aspasia has clawed her way up the ranks of Cyrus's black market empire to captain her own trading vessel--and she risks it all every time she uses her powerful magic to free as many women, children, and Elementae from slavery as she can.But Cyrus is close to uncovering her secrets--not only that Aspasia is an air Elementa with the ability to sail her ship through the sky, but that she is also searching for her l...


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TitleImprison the Sky (The Elementae, #2)
ISBN9781681191140
Author
Release DateJan 22nd, 2019
PublisherBloomsbury YA
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy, Young Adult
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Reviews Imprison the Sky (The Elementae, #2)

  • B.
    1970-01-01
    Full spoiler free review:Second books in a series can be pretty hit or miss. I’m happy to say that this was a gem among seconds! I enjoyed Reign the Earth, but a few elements (hehe pun intended) fell a little flat for me. The characters definitely had my heart, and at first, I was a little confused when I realized the second book is written from the POV of a different female lead. My confusion quickly turned to love, as Aspasia is one of my new...
  • Zoeanne Jarrells
    1970-01-01
    Received at BookCon and binge read the day after. 4.5 starsGUYS THIS BOOK DOES NOT DISAPPOINT! Awesome magic system? Check. Amazing characters + growth? Check ANGSTY!? Check. :) I ADORED it and I'm actually disappointing that I've read it because now I have to wait until 2020 for the sequel.
  • Lauren
    1970-01-01
    4.5 Stars rounded upThese books are just so well written. Filled with wonderfully complex characters, emotions and a building brutal war that will span nations. I was a little sad at first to miss Shalia, as this is a companion/sequel. But I quickly grew to love this new narrator and how she fits into the overall series. IMPRISON THE SKY introduces new narrator Aspasia (she and her floating ship were briefly introduced in the last book), a powerf...
  • Lissa Hawley
    1970-01-01
    I didn't have time to re-read Reign the Earth before I read this one, and having just finished, I am a bit indecisive as to whether that is a good thing or a bad thing. Maybe both. It seemed problematic when I started Imprison the Sky because I felt like I remembered nothing and had no idea who anyone was. Then as I got into the story (it sucked me in completely regardless!) I remembered bits from RtE and realized I would have mostly been clueles...
  • Phoebe Dyer
    1970-01-01
    This book is SO GOOD! I loved it even more than I loved Reign the Earth. The characters in this one are so layered and well-developed and the pacing is excellent! More people need to read this series because it's AMAZING and ORIGINAL and I LOVE IT!
  • Alona
    1970-01-01
    I missed my train stop reading this book. If you liked Children of Blood and Bone, you should read this series.
  • David
    1970-01-01
    This book came to me through Book Expo. Solid writing, like the first story. This story introduces new character with a new narrator with different goals and challenges elsewhere in Orbis Elementa. A terrific sequel to Reign The Earth. Would recommend.
  • Christina
    1970-01-01
    @kidlitexchange #partner⚓Thanks to the @kidlitexchangeprogram- for a review copy of this book. All opinions are my own. At first I was a bit confused because the POV is from a different character than the first book. My fault because I didn't read the synopsis I just knew it was the second book to The Elementae series and I wanted to read it. But let me tell you I was not disappointed! The characters are amazing they are written with so much em...