Ten Thousand Skies Above You Review


Ten Thousand Skies Above You

By Claudia Gray

Ten Thousand Skies Above You is the second book in the ‘Firebird’ trilogy. Click here for my review on the first book in the trilogy.

Ten Thousand Skies Above You starts off like the first book in the trilogy, in another dimension.

I was super excited to be able to travel with Marguerite to other dimensions and get to know the other versions of of Marguerite, Theo and Paul, as well as Marguerite’s family. Gary once again wrote each of these new dimensions extremely well, letting us know enough about each new place, but also keeping us as clueless as Marguerite was at times.

In each of the new dimensions that Ten Thousand Skies Above You went to helped expand on each of the characters in ways that you would never have guessed. I guess that it helps to the character building by having each character discover themselves through other versions of themselves. It makes a lot more sense in the book, trust me.

At the halfway point, i was a tad concerned as to how Gray was going to make this into a trilogy, and to be honest, it does feel like this might be better as a duology, but i guess we will find out when the third book is released.


Have you read Ten Thousand Skies Above You? Do you agree with my review? Let me know your opinion in the comments below!

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