War rages everywhere and Morgan is caught in the middle in the haunting and “satisfying conclusion” (Kirkus Reviews) of The Internment Chronicles, from the New York Times bestselling author of The Chemical Garden trilogy.
The city is falling out of the sky…
Morgan always thought it was just a saying. A metaphor. The words of the dying. But as they look up at the floating island that was their home, Pen and Morgan make a horrible discovery—Internment is sinking.
And it’s all Morgan’s fault.
Corrupted from the inside by one terrible king and assailed from the outside for precious resources by another, Internment could be destroyed because Morgan couldn’t keep a secret. As two wars become one, Morgan must find a way to bring her two worlds together to stop the kings that wage them…
Or face the furthest fall yet.
not entirely conclusive
the series as a whole is absolutely amazing, and I enjoyed reading through to the end but there were still some things that went unanswered, and left me feeling like there should’ve been more. It’s still unclear what happened to Morgan’s father, and her relationship/situation with Judas felt unfinished. (I really thought he would’ve been more of a key player in this series) I would’ve liked more closure to these things, but overall it was still a good read.
I also highly recommend Destefano’s chemical garden trilogy, which is my first and favorite series from her.