Book Review: Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young


Rebekah Hafner

An ancient rivalry separates the Aske and the Riki clans from each other. Seventeen-year-old Eelyn fights alongside her clansmen on the battlefield. One day, she sees the impossible: her brother fighting with the enemy. Captured, Eelyn must survive in the cold mountains and find a way to escape. But tragedy strikes. Raided by a ruthless clan, the Riki turn to their enemies for help. Eelyn must persuade her clansmen to set aside their hate and join forces to defeat this new enemy together.

Sky in the Deep is a thrilling, Viking warrior, fantasy novel about two enemies coming together to protect their clans. Throughout the novel, Eelyn struggles with the reality that her brother is living with the enemy. She must decide between staying loyal to her clan or siding with her brother and the Riki she’s grown to love. This epic novel will keep you breathless. Between axes swinging, romance, and the rival between the two clans, this story will keep you enchanted from start to finish. Will the Aske set aside their hate to protect their people? Will Eelyn be able to win the battle waging inside her?