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Frey, and more. Before history began, the dwarves of Thrymhaiam fought against the dragons as the Longest War raged in the deep roads beneath the Northhold.

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Now the dragons have returned, allied with the dead kings of Cor and backed by the masked gods of Fate and Chaos. A has made peace with that, even established guidelines by which to live: Never get too attached. Avoid being noticed. Do not interfere. When she abandons her life underwater for a chance at happiness on land, she is unaware that this decision comes with horrific and deadly consequences.

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Gaughen Goodreads Author. 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 abilit 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 lost family. Armed with her loyal crew full of Elementae and a new recruit who controls an intriguing power, Aspasia finds herself in the center of a brewing war that spans every inch of the ocean, and her power alone may not be enough to save her friends, family, and freedom.

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To ask other readers questions about Imprison the Sky , please sign up. Will the characters from book 1 mainly Shalia come back at any point in the series? Or be a POV ever again? Amber Crabb Walker She makes an appearance in this one. Can anyone help me remember how old Aspasia is? Amber Crabb Walker I do believe she thinks she's 18 but she doesn't really keep track. See all 5 questions about Imprison the Sky…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jul 25, Tova marked it as releases. Jan 09, Austine NovelKnight rated it it was amazing Shelves: for-review , releases , arc-review , added-pin.

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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Is it possible to love a sequel more than the first book when you don't remember much of the first book? This sequel sta This book was provided by the publisher. This book deals heavily with slavery and if that is a triggering topic for you, then this might not be the book for you as it's prominent throughout. Asp and her crew are charged with transporting slaves to Asp's "boss," Cyrus, a true villainess if I ever saw one.

She holds Asp in her grip, threatening to find and hurt the one thing Asp wants more than anything else: her family. Gaughen really presses the idea of family and the lengths you'll go to in order to protect them. I loved that at the heart of it, Asp just wanted her family back.

This wasn't a high seas epic adventure, though it had lots of action and seafaring fun. I t wasn't a romance despite having one of my new favorite ships. It was a story about Asp, a girl who had to grow up too fast trying to make it in a cruel world. Look, I just really liked Asp as a protagonist. I think there was more action to start with but Gaughen didn't let the emotional growth of the characters sputter out for the sake of a sword battle.

Everything and every one felt genuine, like I could meet these characters. And the SHIP. No, not the actual ship. My new favorite ship. Asp and Kairos. You might recall Kairos from the previous book, one of Shalia's brothers which I had to initially look up because I did forget. Both he and Asp are emotionally scarred and it shows. I never felt like I was being told anything, it was always shown through decisions and words and internal thoughts. Kairos isn't Asp's first relationship and you meet some of her past significant others which only strengthens everything with Kairos.

For those looking for rep, Asp is bi based on the relationships presented, though nothing is officially stated in the story. Both aspects were wonderfully refreshing and even though there's only one scene, I don't see it enough and I remembered it. I'm going to assume that we're getting at least one more book, maybe 2 more one for each element.


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It didn't lessen my enjoyment of the book by any means and if you read them back to back I think it'll work a bit better, but just keep that in mind.