The Stolen Sky

The Stolen Sky

Arden and Dade are running for their lives from a city on fire; they’re wounded, desperate, and shadowed by two families who want them dead. But it’s Dade’s debt to a devious crime lord that plunges them further into danger—especially with their mining planet in chaos…The ruling Solizen have grown more calculating, while the Undercity population remains trapped in the dark...

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Title:The Stolen Sky
Author:Heather Hansen
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Edition Language:English

The Stolen Sky Reviews

  • Tammey

    This series keeps getting better and better. I can almost imagine being there, as the city is described in such detail. I think it really touched base with the true Arden, the hidden side of her through all her complicated relationships. She has remained strong and determined throughout this series. Other books usually turn a woman to putty when they get the guy. We're still seeing she's kick *ss and hopefully that doesn't change. I can't wait for the next one !

  • Jack Hansen

    Arden and Dade develop their relationship as a couple in this book. They hardly have time to work on their complex romance as he, an affluent Solizen (elite), and she, an Undercity rebel, are running for their lives throughout the story.

    abounds with betrayal and perseverance in a dystopian society. The elite families manipulate the government (govies) and the rest of the population by controlling life-sustaining Vitamin D (VitD) and doling out addictive drugs to pacify broken spi

    Arden and Dade develop their relationship as a couple in this book. They hardly have time to work on their complex romance as he, an affluent Solizen (elite), and she, an Undercity rebel, are running for their lives throughout the story.

    abounds with betrayal and perseverance in a dystopian society. The elite families manipulate the government (govies) and the rest of the population by controlling life-sustaining Vitamin D (VitD) and doling out addictive drugs to pacify broken spirits. Dade steals VitD and gives it to the impoverished as the Ghost; hence, the introduction to Arden, the self-sufficient, savvy sister of Niall, leader of Split City's number one antagonist faction, the Lasair.

    This thrilling adventure catapults one on missions of rescue and sabotage. Many new characters of significance play roles in Dade and Arden's lives by rescue, healing, and plotting against competing bands of criminals, govies, and families. Through it all, the two protagonists have a virgin trust of each other that the plot continues to test. Trust for anyone else is suspect, at best. Unexpected revelations engross readers while pages turn toward the climax. When that time arrives, one is left wanting more.

    Heather Hansen writes this sequel to

    with captivating style, an imaginative plot, and most interesting characters. This reader is in the Split City from the very first page until the last.

  • Lynne

    I received this book on NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

    4/5 Stars - A solid sequel to The Breaking Light

    Full of non stop action and beautiful world building, The Stolen Sky was a solid sequel to The Breaking Light. The characters were enjoyable to read about and the premise of the book - to steal the VitD needed to help those with Violet Death from the govies - kept me turning pages for hours. I enjoyed Arden's character - a take no prisoner attitude - and Dade's character - the steal

    I received this book on NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

    4/5 Stars - A solid sequel to The Breaking Light

    Full of non stop action and beautiful world building, The Stolen Sky was a solid sequel to The Breaking Light. The characters were enjoyable to read about and the premise of the book - to steal the VitD needed to help those with Violet Death from the govies - kept me turning pages for hours. I enjoyed Arden's character - a take no prisoner attitude - and Dade's character - the steal from the rich to give to the poor type - immensely. The vivid description of the world, the fascinating technology and the division of societies made this book a wonderfully written dystopian.

  • Dixie Petersen

    The author has certainly created a fascinating world! Deciding which part of that world Arden fits in is making a fun and compelling story. Vivid descriptions, interesting technology, a real division in social status, great characters with a major goal in mind -- add all those together and you have a terrific story!

    Please note, I won this book in a Goodreads book giveaway. I had been watching for it to be released and intended to purchase it. Those facts do not

    The author has certainly created a fascinating world! Deciding which part of that world Arden fits in is making a fun and compelling story. Vivid descriptions, interesting technology, a real division in social status, great characters with a major goal in mind -- add all those together and you have a terrific story!

    Please note, I won this book in a Goodreads book giveaway. I had been watching for it to be released and intended to purchase it. Those facts do not change my review in any way. I enjoyed the first book very much and I wanted to know what Arden was going to get into next!

  • Tony Parsons

    Dade Croix (m, aka Ghost) had Arden Murray (f) in his arms. They were on the run.

    The life-saving VitD supply no longer exist.

    What did Saben (guard), & Dade discuss?

    Sky Tower 1-2. Solizen (governmental benefactors) ruled over everyone.

    Dade had met & befriended: Mina (weapons buyer), Coco (f), Annem (f), Roan, Nastasia (P/T), & Venz.

    Tower 2. What did Dade confront Hernim Croix (Dade’s father, Croix Industries head) about?

    What is going on with Father Benedict?

    I did not receive any ty

    Dade Croix (m, aka Ghost) had Arden Murray (f) in his arms. They were on the run.

    The life-saving VitD supply no longer exist.

    What did Saben (guard), & Dade discuss?

    Sky Tower 1-2. Solizen (governmental benefactors) ruled over everyone.

    Dade had met & befriended: Mina (weapons buyer), Coco (f), Annem (f), Roan, Nastasia (P/T), & Venz.

    Tower 2. What did Dade confront Hernim Croix (Dade’s father, Croix Industries head) about?

    What is going on with Father Benedict?

    I did not receive any type of compensation for reading & reviewing this book. While I receive free books from publishers & authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review. Only an honest one.

    A very awesome book cover, great font & writing style. A very well written Dystopian book. It was very easy for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a great set of unique characters to keep track of. This could also make another great Dystopian movie, an animated cartoon, or better yet a mini TV series. It was just OK for me so I will rate it at 4/5 stars.

    Thank you for the free author; Goodreads; MakingConnections; Skyscape; Amazon Digital Services LLC.; book

    Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)

  • Deztini Clark

    This book is full of twists and surprises. The end had me sitting on the edge of my seat, or couch I should say 😂 I love Arden’s character. Sometimes female protagonists can turn a little soft once they meet their love interest, but Arden doesn’t waver. She’s as strong and resilient as ever. I can’t wait for the 3rd installment!

  • Robin R Finch

    I read the first book in this series and was caught up in the lives of Arden and Dade. This book takes off where the first left off. There is still a lot of action, romance, backstabbing, and shifts in power. Not sure how many books are planned at this point, but I'm a fan.

  • Devon

    Good story line but the 2nd book seemed to be lacking from the 1st. In the 2nd book I felt like there were gaps between chapters. Like missing information that would've been nice to know and would've made the writing more complete.

    Then the book just ends. There are so many loose ends, more story to tell. I am very disappointed there isn't a book 3 or more.

  • Chris Rusanowski

    If you liked the Split City #1 - The Breaking Light, then you will probably like this book. I thought this book was not as enjoyable as the first, and really only read it to continue the story from the first one. This second book had too much going on where the main characters were just sort of floating along with lots of moments where they were blind-sided/surprised. The first book was much better at having a single cohesive story line.

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