Reading The Never Tilting World By Rin Chupeco – best–books.run

The Never Tilting WorldFrozen 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 Unrelenting Sun While One Sister Rules Aranth A Frozen City Surrounded By A Storm Wracked Sea Her Twin Inhabits The Sand Locked Golden City Each Goddess Has Raised A Daughter, And Each Keeps Her Own Secrets About Her Sister S Betrayal But When Shadowy Forces Begin To Call Their Daughters, Odessa And Haidee, Back To The Site Of The Breaking, The Two Young Goddesses Along With A Powerful Healer From Aranth, And A Mouthy Desert Scavenger Set Out On Separate Journeys Across Treacherous Wastelands, Desperate To Heal Their Broken World No Matter The Sacrifice It Demands.

Reading The Never Tilting World By Rin Chupeco  – best–books.run
  • Hardcover
  • 496 pages
  • The Never Tilting World
  • Rin Chupeco
  • English
  • 22 November 2017
  • 9780062821799

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About the Author: Rin Chupeco

Unfortunately, I cannot accept friend requests at this time detects these friends lists on Goodreads and prevents the people on them from leaving book reviews Despite an unsettling resemblance to Japanese revenants, Rin always maintains her sense of hummus Born and raised in Manila, Philippines, she keeps four pets a dog, two birds, and a husband Dances like the neighbors are watching.She is represented by Rebecca Podos of the Helen Rees Agency She is also fond of speaking in the third person, and may as well finish this short bio in this manner While she does not always get to check her Goodreads page, she does answer questions posed to her here as promptly as she is able to Find her at the following places instead

10 thoughts on “The Never Tilting World

  1. says:

    EDIT 3 28 19 cover reveal what you should know about THE NEVER TILTING WORLD 1 Four POVs Haidee, goddess mechanic with free spirited Moana vibes Odessa, bookish chaotic lesbian goddess energy Arjun, sarcastic fire wielding amputee and secret cinnaman Lan, healer ranger and fierce bodyguard in love with her charge2 Twin goddesses scrambling to fix a world slowly dying of horrific man made goddess made and destructive climate change Yes, climate change deniers are my villains now.3 A world torn between night and day, and an endless abyss in the middle of the world where Horrible Things Climb Out Of4 Sandworms A sea desert Ships sailing on winds Shadow demons and corrupted creatures Sand dolphins Two tiered elemental magic system Did I mention SAND DOLPHINS5 Maybe some kissing While it s been pitched as Frozen meets Mad Max, I like to think that it s of a Mad Max meets Avatar the Last Airbender aesthetic Enjoy 3

  2. says:

    one of these days I m gonna stop being seduced by books with beautiful covers today is not that dayMy TBR might kill me but I can t not add this one It s just so pretty Follow Me Here Too

  3. says:

    Me casually trying to look cool while reading the latest trendy YA book

  4. says:

    This Review Blog Twitter Instagram ARC provided by the Publisher through Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review A demoness is what men call a goddess they cannot control I have always wanted to read something by this author and when I saw this awesome cover on Edelweiss Thanks for them for providing an ARC in exchange of an honest review I did not think twice and requested it I have been reading less YA recently and changing into adult fantasy and maybe I am not being fair to this book because of that I decided to give this a chance as I thought it was a standalone but obviously it is a part of a series That being said, this is not a bad book, I gave it a good rating which is 3 stars but in a world full of good books, I am looking for something very good, extraordinary, something that stands out between all those books out there The Never Tilting world was good in all aspects but I felt it could have been better, some of the potential was lost somehow The writing was good but I was bored every now and then The characters were okay, I would have preferred 2 instead of 4 POVs, I rooted for 2 of them and did not care about the other two Their voices were not the same but it was not so distinctive either I always say that writing multiple POV is very hard and it could make or break the book In this case, it was of the later for me The world building was unique and I liked the magic system but I also wanted I think there will be in the next book but I won t probably continue this The pacing was inconsistent, I felt it was slow sometimes and fast sometimes The plot was kind of predictable for me Summary I think The Never Tilting World was a good book that could have done better I may have picked it with different expectations so you can take this review with a grain of salt I just thought that all the elements of the story were constricted and had potential.You can get books from Book Depository

  5. says:

    Frozen meets Mad Max with split in half goddesses also, I personally love finding out books I already wanted to read have queer leads

  6. says:

    SO FUCKING BORING OMG.I m sorry, but wow Holy disappointment, Batman.GR review to come, or read it early

  7. says:

    4 7 18This cover is gorgeous

  8. says:

    Frozen meets Mad Max I m disturbed yet excited

  9. says:

    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 world, with two pairs of POVs belonging to some fantastic characters And also, that amazing cover, gahhh.The Never Tilting World follows Lan Odessa part bodyguard, part healer chronically ill cinnamon bun goddess being chaotic lesbians together , as well as a second pair, Haidee Arjun big mechanics nerd with too much heart for her body cranky rogue type being REALLY SWEET TOGETHER WOW Both pairs are journeying to the place where eternal day and eternal night meet On the way they meet hoards of monsters, spooks, storms, and overall mortal danger.This was especially inventive which I loved the most It felt like a DD campaign mixed with a book because of the outlandish monsters, travelling format, and magic system just fit for a D20 You re thrown right into the magic system and world with scant explanation, but I kind of enjoy scrabbling for purchase when it comes to that that follows for the rest of the book s lore and rituals and the whole goddess thing, so hold on tight.It was also a fantastic character book Precious beans, all of them.Only complaint was the long bit of slogging in the middle, which spilled into some big character moments that didn t quite feel earned It s minor though, and there was enough fun along the way for me to be distracted from that, and the ending payoff was still really exciting.Again, I feel the dread of reading such early ARCs I m gonna have to wait FOREVER for the next book Still, I was super grateful and excited to get my hands on this one, and it didn t disappoint.

  10. says:

    this cover and title are absolutely gorgeous i just want to stare at them for hours

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