Obsidian Skyby Amy Braun
Series: Dark Sky #3
Published on February 7, 2017 by Amy Braun
Genres: Dystopian, Young Adult
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The final struggle against the Hellions has arrived. A trapped engineer and a desperate marauder scramble to fight an enemy with unspeakable power on its side. Time is running out, and one world will be destroyed…
After sacrificing herself to save the lives of her friends and family, Claire Abernathy struggles to outwit her Hellion captors. They torment and terrify her into working on a weapon with the sole purpose of obliterating the world, friends, and love she has struggled to save. If Claire has any chance of saving those she loves, she must delve deeper into the Hellion world, and witness nightmares she could never imagine.
In Westraven, Sawyer Kendric is desperate to find the woman he loves. To do so, he must finally embrace his family’s atrocious past and heal the wounds it has caused. He will be forced to make new allies, uncover secrets that change all he knows, and find the courage to lead a ragtag crew into the darkest, deadliest battle of their lives.
Claire and Sawyer fight to save their broken world in the final installment of the epic DARK SKY trilogy.
The Dark Sky series comes to a close with Obsidian Sky, probably the darkest of the three books. It solidified, for me, that this is a decent series. Unique concept. Overall, fairly average in my book but not in the bad way. Braun ends with a bang this time around, leading to plenty of action moving the plot along.
When this all started, I wasn’t all too keen on Claire but she grew on me in the second book and was great this time around. I liked that she continued to hold her own and came out a strong heroine which she had the potential for in the previous books. It was nice to see her come fully into her own.
And thankfully Sawyer changed this time around too. I could stand his character (thankfully). I still don’t ship him with Claire but at least I didn’t hate him this time.
At the end of the day, Braun delivered on the world-building she set out with in Crimson Sky and put her characters through the gauntlet, going darker than ever before to create quite the emotional ride. Was I on that ride? Well, not entirely, but it was a fun ride for me, at least.
It’s weird. I’ve made it through this trilogy and don’t really have much to say. It was a fun read. I don’t think I’d re-read the series but I can’t say I wouldn’t recommend it. The Dark Sky series ends on an action-packed note