When Kali falls off the edge of her kingdom and miraculously survives, she is shocked to discover there are still humans on the earth. Determined to get home, Kali entrusts a rugged monster-hunter named Griffin to guide her across a world overrun by chimera, storm dragons, basilisks, and other terrifying beasts. But the more time she spends on earth, the more dark truths she begins to uncover about her home in the sky, and the more resolute she is to start burning for herself.
Amanda Sun was born in Deep River, Ontario, and now lives in Toronto. The Paper Gods series, which includes Ink, Rain, and Storm, was inspired by her time living in Osaka and traveling throughout Japan. She is an avid video gamer and cosplayer. Visit her on the web at www.amandasunbooks.com and on twitter @Amanda_Sun.
Ok so am I the only one that thinks this sounds a lot like another book with people in the sky?
This one was actually pretty good even with the similarities between the two books. (being in the sky) but after the MC got to Earth things just kinda fell apart for me. It gave the feel of the Wizard of Oz where first things are all in black and white and then boom you get a burst of color. So for this one its a take it or leave it. It was ok but I would check out Perfect Ruin if you want a good book about a girl in the sky.
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