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With the government of Detritus in disarray because of Superiority treachery, and with Spensa still away on her mission in the Nowhere, Jorgen must work together with the alien Alanik to pick up the pieces. They intercept a strange transmission from the planet Evershore and its Kitsen inhabitants, who say they have some of Jorgen’s people and want to return them—but can th With the government of Detritus in disarray because of Superiority treachery, and with Spensa still away on her mission in the Nowhere, Jorgen must work together with the alien Alanik to pick up the pieces. They intercept a strange transmission from the planet Evershore and its Kitsen inhabitants, who say they have some of Jorgen’s people and want to return them—but can the Kitsen be trusted? And can Jorgen learn to master his increasingly erratic cytonic powers before they spiral out of control and destroy all hope of forming an alliance against the Superiority?


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With the government of Detritus in disarray because of Superiority treachery, and with Spensa still away on her mission in the Nowhere, Jorgen must work together with the alien Alanik to pick up the pieces. They intercept a strange transmission from the planet Evershore and its Kitsen inhabitants, who say they have some of Jorgen’s people and want to return them—but can th With the government of Detritus in disarray because of Superiority treachery, and with Spensa still away on her mission in the Nowhere, Jorgen must work together with the alien Alanik to pick up the pieces. They intercept a strange transmission from the planet Evershore and its Kitsen inhabitants, who say they have some of Jorgen’s people and want to return them—but can the Kitsen be trusted? And can Jorgen learn to master his increasingly erratic cytonic powers before they spiral out of control and destroy all hope of forming an alliance against the Superiority?

30 review for Evershore

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lia Carstairs

    "In order to achieve control, you must first accept that you have none." omg the way this made me so emotional😭 we were blessed to have a jorgen pov and ill never stop thanking sanderson & patterson for gifting us this novella. definitely my favourite novella and 2nd fav book of the series I LOVE YOU JORGEN. (view spoiler)[ALSO JORGEN BEING ABLE TO USE MINDBLADES?? COMMUNICATE WITH NON-CYTONICS?? PROMOTED TO ADMIRAL??? HOW AMAZING CAN HE GET😩 (hide spoiler)] and the friendship between jo "In order to achieve control, you must first accept that you have none." omg the way this made me so emotional😭 we were blessed to have a jorgen pov and ill never stop thanking sanderson & patterson for gifting us this novella. definitely my favourite novella and 2nd fav book of the series I LOVE YOU JORGEN. (view spoiler)[ALSO JORGEN BEING ABLE TO USE MINDBLADES?? COMMUNICATE WITH NON-CYTONICS?? PROMOTED TO ADMIRAL??? HOW AMAZING CAN HE GET😩 (hide spoiler)] and the friendship between jorgen and FM?? its so beautiful and precious i love the way they grew closer and can be there for each other🥺 all the developments in this novella were spectacular also can i just scream about the way jorgen kept mentioning how much he missed and loved spensa?? my heart could not take it i need book 4 asap so that i can see my two goofballs together again ___________ jorgen gets the honor of being my first book of 2022🥺

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chris McGrath

    The three Skyward Flight novellas are effectively one book split into three parts with a different viewpoint character in each. So this being the climax to that series it's no wonder it's my favorite of the three, but it also really had me rooting for Jorgen, who I was not a fan of before. Anyone skeptical about Brandon working with a co-author need not worry. The three Skyward Flight novellas are effectively one book split into three parts with a different viewpoint character in each. So this being the climax to that series it's no wonder it's my favorite of the three, but it also really had me rooting for Jorgen, who I was not a fan of before. Anyone skeptical about Brandon working with a co-author need not worry.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Isabel

    This novella is everything that was missing for me in book 3. Damn, Jorgen and his badass (view spoiler)[ cytonic (hide spoiler)] abilities! What an incredible character development. Jorgen has been through a lot protecting everyone it's about time this series to come full circle, and for Spensa to (view spoiler)[come back home and shower him with kisses and tight hugs in the final book!! 🥺 (hide spoiler)] “I didn’t mean to take control,” I [Jorgen] said. “I was only trying to hold out unti This novella is everything that was missing for me in book 3. Damn, Jorgen and his badass (view spoiler)[ cytonic (hide spoiler)] abilities! What an incredible character development. Jorgen has been through a lot protecting everyone it's about time this series to come full circle, and for Spensa to (view spoiler)[come back home and shower him with kisses and tight hugs in the final book!! 🥺 (hide spoiler)] “I didn’t mean to take control,” I [Jorgen] said. “I was only trying to hold out until you returned. I never wanted—” One corner of Cobb’s mouth turned up. “No,” he said. “The good ones never do.”

  4. 5 out of 5

    Yuna Lilly

    crying, distressed, sobbing my eyes out, why doesn't the next book come out yet???? please my heart was not ready for jorgen being jorgen in this book like- someone get this man a therapist. (view spoiler)[and the way he was always talking about how much he missed Spensa and he referred to her as his girlfriend?? my heart can't take this avalanche of emotions and cuteness 💕😭 (hide spoiler)] also the kitsen were actually the most adorable things like imagine tiny alien hamsters intent on killing yo crying, distressed, sobbing my eyes out, why doesn't the next book come out yet???? please my heart was not ready for jorgen being jorgen in this book like- someone get this man a therapist. (view spoiler)[and the way he was always talking about how much he missed Spensa and he referred to her as his girlfriend?? my heart can't take this avalanche of emotions and cuteness 💕😭 (hide spoiler)] also the kitsen were actually the most adorable things like imagine tiny alien hamsters intent on killing you ❤️❤️❤️❤️ like doesn't your heart just melt?? i'm becoming the world's biggest FM stan tbh 💪 i'm so happy with her character development- she used to be such a side character and now she's super important to everything diplomatically and otherwise. and don't even get me started on Rig-😭 i love them sm also the group cast in these books is so impressive to me. the "background characters" are all so unique and lovable that i don't even view them as background characters at this point. i'm not even sure i can pick a favorite of them because they're just. so. AMAZING. overall, i think this was the best Skyward installment since the first book, it just was so good, ESPECIALLY thinking about everything happening at the same time as Cytonic. everyone's character arcs were just amazing. i'm proud of these characters like they're my CHILDREN. janci patterson and brandon sanderson really have me in their grasp at this point. i'm not even upset just give me more skyward content i beg you 🥺💗 **** This Jorgen novella is basically everything I have ever wanted from the Skyward series. I CAN'T WAIT AAHHHHH!!!!! ^^ actual footage of me and this novella when I FINALLY get to read it

  5. 4 out of 5

    TS Chan

    4.5 stars. Sanderson was right when he said this was the best of the three novellas, all of I've found to be highly enjoyable and absolutely critical to the worldbuilding as well as the overarching story in the Skyward series. The collaborative effort in this novella also seemed to be smoother as I noticed the writing to be better than the previous two. The ending of ReDawn dovetailed perfectly into a (much-needed) PoV shift to Jorgen. When I first started reading Skyward, I would have never thou 4.5 stars. Sanderson was right when he said this was the best of the three novellas, all of I've found to be highly enjoyable and absolutely critical to the worldbuilding as well as the overarching story in the Skyward series. The collaborative effort in this novella also seemed to be smoother as I noticed the writing to be better than the previous two. The ending of ReDawn dovetailed perfectly into a (much-needed) PoV shift to Jorgen. When I first started reading Skyward, I would have never thought that I needed his character development as much as I did until I read these novellas. His character development was definitely the best out of the three, and I've even become a huge fan of him now. On top of that, Sanderson's ideas always make for the coolest action scenes and jaw-dropping moments. After finishing these novellas and Cytonic, I'm really looking forward to Defiant, which is shaping up to be a spectacularly epic conclusion.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Robin (Bridge Four)

    This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart 4.5 hearts Evershore is the third novella in the Skyward series and even though it is listed as 3.1 all the events in it happen before book 3 chronologically so I would read it then.  Jorgen, call sign Jerkface, has so many new challenges ahead of him.  With the disappearance of Cob he is on a rescue mission to save one of the only Detritus leaders left. The Kitsen are a species of small foxlike creatures.  They are considered less This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart 4.5 hearts Evershore is the third novella in the Skyward series and even though it is listed as 3.1 all the events in it happen before book 3 chronologically so I would read it then.  Jorgen, call sign Jerkface, has so many new challenges ahead of him.  With the disappearance of Cob he is on a rescue mission to save one of the only Detritus leaders left. The Kitsen are a species of small foxlike creatures.  They are considered lesser by the Superiority, meaning they aren't an official part of the collective.  The humans need allies and the Kitsen just might be able to help them in more ways than one since they seem to have a few humans that belong to Detritus. This was a really well done novella.  Jorgen is dealing with a lot since the last novella and he is trying to focus on the now so he doesn't really have to deal with the ramifications from ReDawn.  Spensa is still missing and who knows where in the nowhere she really is and if she can make it back.  Jorgen is left with all the responsibilities of the people of Detritus and he has just figured out that the special cytonic power he has had his whole life is much bigger than he ever could have imagined.  With the help of a Kitsen master, he will go through a type of Jedi training to master some of its powers. Novellas can add a lot of depth to a series.  There is a lot going on in this world and since Cytonic focused solely on Spensa I'm glad the three novella really fill in the gaps from different PoVs on what is happening while she is in the Nowhere.  I think these are must reads for the series. If Spensa were listening to this, she would embellish on it. I laughed. “Is something funny?” “No,” I said. “Just imagining the ocean running red with the blood of my enemies.” Juno sounded startled. “Is that some kind of…cytonic premonition?” “Nope,” I said. “A memory of my girlfriend. Never mind. Go on.” Narration: Suzy Jackson is really phenomenal in this series.  She does such a great job portraying all of the characters and I love her interpretation of the story.  I would listen to almost anything she was narrating.  I was able to listen to this at my normal 1.5x speed. Listen to a clip:   https://soundcloud.com/audiolibrary-a...

  7. 5 out of 5

    exploraDora

    I really enjoyed this and I can't wait for the next books in the series 😍 (but I didn't love it quite as much as the others) RTC. I really enjoyed this and I can't wait for the next books in the series 😍 (but I didn't love it quite as much as the others) RTC.

  8. 5 out of 5

    ☆she's book obsessed☆

    Evershore ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I’m happy for Jorgen but what I really want is for the romance to be more part of the initial plot and not pushed to the side, which I know isn’t the point but the romance in this series is the only reason I’m still reading .

  9. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Waworga

    First book to finish in 2022!! woohooo Starsight and Cytonic were a bit disappointing for me BUT j really enjoy the Cytoverse Novellas!! they are so much fun and i love to met Spensa’s Skyward team… esp Jorgen Love to get to know more of Jorgen’s power here and love how Sanderson always can write mental healthness issue in his book in very relateable way

  10. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    5 Stars baby Every repeat after me: "Thank you Janci!!" Full review to come but oh my goodness Pre-release review: Everyone say thank you to Janci for begging to do a Jorgen novella because he was not initially on the list of characters for her to choose, but she persisted 5 Stars baby Every repeat after me: "Thank you Janci!!" Full review to come but oh my goodness Pre-release review: Everyone say thank you to Janci for begging to do a Jorgen novella because he was not initially on the list of characters for her to choose, but she persisted

  11. 4 out of 5

    Eon ♒Windrunner♒

    Evershore might be the pick of the crop when it comes to the Skyward novellas. With the previous two novellas the writing felt slightly off, and I wrote this up to Brandon and Janci not quite gettting it right as a writing duo, however this time around it feels less so and it really helps. Evershore might be a novella, but there is no skimping on any aspect and we get excellent world building that includes some really cool reveals, lots of character development and some really badass moments in Evershore might be the pick of the crop when it comes to the Skyward novellas. With the previous two novellas the writing felt slightly off, and I wrote this up to Brandon and Janci not quite gettting it right as a writing duo, however this time around it feels less so and it really helps. Evershore might be a novella, but there is no skimping on any aspect and we get excellent world building that includes some really cool reveals, lots of character development and some really badass moments in this much needed story from Jorgen's POV. If you are reading the Skyward series, then these are a must in my opinion.

  12. 4 out of 5

    gazi

    I don't love the Skyward series. I am a huge Sanderson fan and I believed that Skyward as a series peaked with, well, Skyward. I don't love the direction books two and three have taken, and I am not the biggest fan of some of the character work, and yet... This is my first five stars in the series, and I want to tell you why. I am not one to be highly critical of YA; I love it as a genre and I am not pedantic enough to complain that it isn't good just because it is YA. And yet, one criticism of t I don't love the Skyward series. I am a huge Sanderson fan and I believed that Skyward as a series peaked with, well, Skyward. I don't love the direction books two and three have taken, and I am not the biggest fan of some of the character work, and yet... This is my first five stars in the series, and I want to tell you why. I am not one to be highly critical of YA; I love it as a genre and I am not pedantic enough to complain that it isn't good just because it is YA. And yet, one criticism of the genre I see often, and that has been present in every one of the Skyward books is the lack of emotional consequences for the horrible things these characters go through so often. This novella fixes that. Jorgen has never been my favorite character here, but I did love him. As of now, he sits at the top of the list of characters that i definitely need to survive the last book in the series. The way this dealt with his PTSD, how it explored his pathological need of approval while bearing os much more responsibility than he'd ever afford anyone else and, in a cheesy way, how much he cares ofr Spensa made him the best and most likeable character in the series for me. It is not often we are allowed to see men who so openly care about their significant other, who are so open both to themselves and others about how much they rely on their partners and how much they wished they were here; and seeing that in this novella made me so unbelievably happy. Yes, Jorgen is a leader and he is damn good at it, but he also wants the comfort of the person he trusts most in the world to tell him that it is going to be fine. I like them as a couple a whole lot, because they balance each other out perfectly; but even if I didn't, it was truly heartwarming and heartbreaking to see him so openly love Spensa. That's the one emotion he allowed himself to feel openly, and it was cute. Sue me. The plot is as good as you can expect from a Sanderson book, but this one really hit some emotional parts of me that he hasn't often hit. I have said before that I am so happy that Janci Patterson cowrote these novellas, because they're improved by her. The one thing that makes me sad about these novellas is how much they proved my belief that the series would have been better had it been told through multiple POVs instead of focusing on Spensa, but I am glad to know that book 4 has those POV changes. I am excited to finish this series, now more than ever, and I'll be sad to let the characters go.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Shivvani Rao (Carrot)

    I loved this novella. Jorgen is now one of my favourite characters in this series. He’s had so much to go through in this book and I loved how he dealt with everything. Can’t wait for Defiant! (view spoiler)[ I loved how Jorgen’s parents’ death was justified through his character development. (hide spoiler)] I loved this novella. Jorgen is now one of my favourite characters in this series. He’s had so much to go through in this book and I loved how he dealt with everything. Can’t wait for Defiant! (view spoiler)[ I loved how Jorgen’s parents’ death was justified through his character development. (hide spoiler)]

  14. 4 out of 5

    Laura ☾

    I have said this before and I'll say it again - I absolutely love Jorgen as a character, and the kitsen are just hilarious! I can't wait until more books in this series are released! I have said this before and I'll say it again - I absolutely love Jorgen as a character, and the kitsen are just hilarious! I can't wait until more books in this series are released!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Florencia :)

    There’s a book with Jorgen face in it ASDFNDMSKDJF Edit: Crying and sobbing rn. I love this characters so much and i m really exited abt book 4!!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Joy Allen

    Excellent! Great beta read. Can’t wait for everyone to see it in December!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Flying Monkey

    5 Stars! A great Skyward novella. I loved the story and thoroughly enjoyed learning more about Jorgen and the Kitsen.

  18. 5 out of 5

    charlotte,

    Rep: Black mc, nonbinary side character

  19. 5 out of 5

    Vamshi aruru

    okay, my reaction after finishing this book: HAHAHAHAHAHHA WHAT *deep breath* HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA I am serious. I have the biggest stupidest grin on my face. For the entire climax of the book (which is about the last 15 or 20 %) I was going "wait what, WHAT, HAHAHAHAH, WHAT, OHMYGOSH WHAT" or some variation for it. No joke, I think this is the best ending of any cytoverse books so far. To the point where I am not sure how defiant will top this. Like, how? I have no idea. Jorgen is a FANTASTIC charact okay, my reaction after finishing this book: HAHAHAHAHAHHA WHAT *deep breath* HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA I am serious. I have the biggest stupidest grin on my face. For the entire climax of the book (which is about the last 15 or 20 %) I was going "wait what, WHAT, HAHAHAHAH, WHAT, OHMYGOSH WHAT" or some variation for it. No joke, I think this is the best ending of any cytoverse books so far. To the point where I am not sure how defiant will top this. Like, how? I have no idea. Jorgen is a FANTASTIC character. I love him and more importantly I love reading from his POV. I love characters like him. Competent and outwards composed, but super conflicted on the inside. It is my favorite character archetype and Jorgen embodies it very well in this book. The characterisation in this book is top notch, to the point where I can't belive that the same authors wrote ReDawn. It is beautiful. If there is any criticism I have, it is that things feel a little convenient. Like some discoveries are made in just the nick of time, but that is the issue cytoverse books as a whole have. So not unique to this. And another issue I have is that, like I said, I have no idea how defiant is going to top this book's ending. I mean, sure, I can see it having a bigger scale and all that. But the sheer awesome factor this book's ending had, I don't know how defiant can top that. This book is so good, I am not sure if I should give cytonic a 5/5 anymore, because this book is definitely 5/5 on how much I enjoyed it.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Caroline | caro.library

    FINALLY JORGEN GETS HIS MOMENT IN THE SPOTLIGHT! I absolutely loved getting his perspective on the war against the Superiority, cytonic powers, and of course Spensa! Like the other Skyward novellas, this is full of action, plot, and important discoveries. I got so spoiled binging this entire series, I don’t know how I can wait for book 4! Blog | Instagram FINALLY JORGEN GETS HIS MOMENT IN THE SPOTLIGHT! I absolutely loved getting his perspective on the war against the Superiority, cytonic powers, and of course Spensa! Like the other Skyward novellas, this is full of action, plot, and important discoveries. I got so spoiled binging this entire series, I don’t know how I can wait for book 4! Blog | Instagram

  21. 4 out of 5

    Shreyas

    'Evershore' (Skyward Flight #3, Cytoverse #3.1, Skyward #3.1) by Brandon Sanderson and Janci Patterson. I can’t protect them all, I said. You can’t, Gran-Gran said. We all have our own burdens, even if we carry them differently. I thought about the way I’d lost it in the senate meeting. I’m not carrying mine well, I said. Ah, Gran-Gran said. Well, you’re not alone in that. I hated it. I wanted to get it right, to get everything right. But maybe sometimes there was no right. There was only the be 'Evershore' (Skyward Flight #3, Cytoverse #3.1, Skyward #3.1) by Brandon Sanderson and Janci Patterson. I can’t protect them all, I said. You can’t, Gran-Gran said. We all have our own burdens, even if we carry them differently. I thought about the way I’d lost it in the senate meeting. I’m not carrying mine well, I said. Ah, Gran-Gran said. Well, you’re not alone in that. I hated it. I wanted to get it right, to get everything right. But maybe sometimes there was no right. There was only the best I could do. Rating: 5/5. Review: This novella, like the previous entries, was an amazing addition to the Cytoverse. I'm glad Brandon decided to bring Janci Patterson to co-author the novellas. Just like Brandon did with Robert Jordan in the final books of the Wheel of Time, Janci seamlessly weaves her writing into this world that although it is distinctive, it isn't jarring. It feels like a breath of fresh air and a much-needed addition, considering the last two full-length Cytoverse novels mostly focused around Spensa. Evershore gives us to visualize the Cytoverse through the perspective of Jorgen. I felt it to be a great book in terms of Jorgen's and FM's character development, his interactions with the secondary characters, the action, and the flight sequences. In my opinion, Evershore is the best and strongest entry in the Cytoverse so far - among the three novellas, as well as the three full-length novels. If I were to pinpoint a nagging issue that I had with the book was the sudden discovery that happens towards the end and right in the nick of the time. But that has been prevalent in the previous Skyward Flight books as well; hence I'm going to give it a leeway while rating the book. I'm going to give it a perfect 5-star rating nonetheless because I absolutely loved it and I felt it to be a far better book than the earlier ones (and they were easily 5 star reads for me).

  22. 5 out of 5

    Riya Queen

    Evershore Solidified my love for Skyward flight. Much like ReDawn, it focuses on another planet, Evershore, and continued right after ReDawn ended. Again, we travel along with FM, Nedd, Arturo and the rest, with Jorgen narrating the story this time along, and boyyy I love Jorgen. It follows The Kitsens this time around, and detritus Trying to secure an alliance with these people. Obviously it involves super cool space fighting and Jorgen developing his Cytonic skills. These three novellas pace t Evershore Solidified my love for Skyward flight. Much like ReDawn, it focuses on another planet, Evershore, and continued right after ReDawn ended. Again, we travel along with FM, Nedd, Arturo and the rest, with Jorgen narrating the story this time along, and boyyy I love Jorgen. It follows The Kitsens this time around, and detritus Trying to secure an alliance with these people. Obviously it involves super cool space fighting and Jorgen developing his Cytonic skills. These three novellas pace themselves pretty well, and work amazingly together. I would also go as far to say that I probably enjoyed them more, even more than I did Cytonic. Don't get me wrong, it was good to see Spin again, but there's just something about following a crew you love. The only real complaint I have is that the timeline would be a little confusing if people read Cytonic before they read Evershore, since ReDawn should be followed by Evershore, and then the ending of Cytonic blends together with everything. I hear that Defiant is the last book in this quatret, and now since everyone and everything seem to be aligning together, I'm expecting a powerful end sequence, one in which hopefully everyone survives (M Bot better be okay) Can't wait for The crew to be in action, especially with Spenca 🥺❤

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    I'm rating this somewhere above four stars. It is absolutely, without a doubt, my favorite novella of the trio. I'm much more invested in the original characters and the smaller, real-world plots than the deep Cytonic lore, so flying around with Jorgen and the gang again was perfect. Since there was no romance sub-plot, Evershore was a breeze to read through and had far fewer cringy moments than Sunreach and ReDawn. There were a few near cataclysmic events that were... kind of glossed over, and I'm rating this somewhere above four stars. It is absolutely, without a doubt, my favorite novella of the trio. I'm much more invested in the original characters and the smaller, real-world plots than the deep Cytonic lore, so flying around with Jorgen and the gang again was perfect. Since there was no romance sub-plot, Evershore was a breeze to read through and had far fewer cringy moments than Sunreach and ReDawn. There were a few near cataclysmic events that were... kind of glossed over, and I wish our main POV characters from the novellas had stronger individual voices, but I'm glad I was able to read them in the recommended order as they were released. I'd definitely consider them necessary to read at least once. Now I'll just sit back and patiently wait for Defiance.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Siobhán

    Listened to this via audible and it was again one immensely enjoyable audiobook! Focaliser in this novella is Jorgen and it takes place during the time Spensa spends in the Nowhere. We learn how he ended up as Admiral and how he saved GranGran and Cobb from the Kitsen Planet. This is something I say a lot but I wish more scifi / fantasy books had proper therapy and psychological help because daaaamn Jorgen you need it. Apart from that: a very satisfying book, nice battles, LOTS OF SLUGS (It's ra Listened to this via audible and it was again one immensely enjoyable audiobook! Focaliser in this novella is Jorgen and it takes place during the time Spensa spends in the Nowhere. We learn how he ended up as Admiral and how he saved GranGran and Cobb from the Kitsen Planet. This is something I say a lot but I wish more scifi / fantasy books had proper therapy and psychological help because daaaamn Jorgen you need it. Apart from that: a very satisfying book, nice battles, LOTS OF SLUGS (It's raining slugs! Halleluja!), and lots of cool new Cytonic abilities. I am very much looking forward to the last novel!

  25. 4 out of 5

    j o a n n a ☀️

    Jorgen is my absolute favorite! Can we just talk about his character development?? How much he loves Spensa?? His whole freaking character?? I adore him. I swear if he doesn’t get a happy ending I might cry. This was so good, definitely my favorite out of the novellas. I can’t wait for book four. I needed it like yesterday.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ebony and Ivory

    3.75 stars. THE SLUGS ARE SO FREAKING CUTE!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ogden

    Loved it! Easily the best of the three and made the other two very much worth it! Can't wait for Skyward 4 to come out! Loved it! Easily the best of the three and made the other two very much worth it! Can't wait for Skyward 4 to come out!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lauren Ansley

    So stinking good!! The best of the three novellas and honestly even better than Cytonic. It was so cool getting Jorgen’s perspective, and I absolutely LOVE seeing more of the Kitsen!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Goran

    This honestly feels more like a "typical" Skyward story than Cytonic did. Definitely the best ones out of these novellas. This honestly feels more like a "typical" Skyward story than Cytonic did. Definitely the best ones out of these novellas.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    This was a bit long for a novella, but I loved how it was focused on Jorgen. Rating: 4/5 stars

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