Stone in the Sky (Tin Star, #2)

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  • Hardcover
  • 313 pages
  • Stone in the Sky (Tin Star, #2)
  • Cecil Castellucci
  • English
  • 01 January 2017
  • 1596437766

Stone in the Sky (Tin Star, #2) In this thrilling follow up to Tin Star, Tula will need to rely on than just her wits to save her only home in the sky.After escaping death a second time, Tula Bane is now even thirstier for revenge She spends much of her time in the Tin Star Caf on the Yertina Feray the space station she calls home But when it s discovered that the desolate and abandoned planet near the station has high quantities of a precious resource, the once sleepy space station becomes a major player in intergalactic politics In the spirit of the Gold Rush, aliens from all over the galaxy race to cash in including Tula s worst enemy. New Download [ Stone in the Sky (Tin Star, #2) ] Author [ Cecil Castellucci ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – onedayyourdayweddings.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Stone in the Sky (Tin Star, #2)

  1. Cecil says:

    I wrote it I talked to an astronaut for research

  2. Anya says:

    I struggled with the first book, but this one was MUCH better I couldn t put it down, I accidentally read until 3 am the first night There is a lot of action and romance and exploration and it rocks The only main complaint ...

  3. Kristen says:

    This and other reviews on my site, My Friends Are FictionThe Story Stone in the Sky picked up with Tula on Yertina Feray she is well acclimated to her environment though she is living with a good amount of guilt over the events in the last novel, Tin Star The first book was slow paced and focused a great amount of how Tula s life had developed on this lonely space station In this novel the action picks up and there was less time on her interactions with others though that was still a main th This and other reviews on my site, My Friends Are FictionThe Story Stone in the Sky picked up with Tula on Yertina Feray she is well acclimated to her environment though s...

  4. Steven R. McEvoy says:

    I read this book about 6 months before its release date It was an absolutely incredible read It was my 3rd favorite read in 2014 out of 187 books I have said it before but with every book by Cecil Castellucci that I read I amimpressed This one was amazing Literally I finished it and started reading it again at a slower pace to savor it because the first time I could not pause and raced through the book to finish the story One of the greatest strengths of Castellucci s writing is her I read this book about 6 months before its release date It was an absolutely incredible read It was my 3rd favorite read in 2014 out of 187 books I have said it before but with every book by Cecil Castellucci that I read I amimpressed This one was amazing Literally I finished it a...

  5. Hope says:

    I LOVED Tin Star, it was the perfect science fiction book and this sequel did not disappoint There s a little bit of everything in it, space travel, adventure, revenge, and romance I highly recommend both books

  6. Lindsay says:

    Abandoned and left for dead on a remote space station, no one expected Tula Bane to survive Yet over time, she sound friends, family, and even love When it s discovered that the desolate planet beneath the station is verdant with a rare, invaluable resource, aliens from across the galaxy rave over, including Brother Blue, the man who nearly killed Tula years ago The man she has dreamed of destroying ever since But Tula needs him alive to ensure the protection of the Human Wanderers who hitch Abandoned and left for dead on a remote space station, no one expected Tula Bane to survive Yet over time, she sound friends, family, and even love When it s discovered that the desolate planet beneath the station is verdant with a rare, invaluable resource, aliens from across the galaxy rave over, including Brother Blue, the man who nearly killed Tula years ago The man she has dreamed of destroying ever since But Tula needs him alive to ensure the protection of the Human Wanderers who hitch from spaceship to spaceship Without her leadership, they are as sure as dead Mired in an intergalactic power struggle and town between two loves, Tula must tread carefully to save those in her care, and the lives of Humans throughout the galaxies Stone in ...

  7. Brenna says:

    As much as I enjoyed Tin Star last year, the ending left me feeling like I needed and wanted somethingto the story Fortunately for me, Stone in the Sky quickly followed and as a sequel it absolutely delivered in every way I hoped it would.Reasons to Read 1 Incredible world building While Tin Star introduced us to a breathtaking sci fi world, Stone in the Sky fills us in on all the details Tula ends up leaving the Yertina Feray and we get to explore the galaxy with her as she embarks o As much as I enjoyed Tin Star last year, the ending left me feeling like I needed and wanted somethingto the story Fortunately for me, Stone in the Sky quickly followed and as a sequel it absolutely delivered in every way I hoped it would.Reasons to Read 1 Incredible world building While Tin Star introduced us to a breathtaking sci fi world, Stone in the Sky fills us in on all the details Tula ends up leaving the Yertina Feray and we get to explore the galaxy with her as she embarks on a continuation of her adventure And this is where the story really shines, because it becomes clear that while there are only two relatively short books in the Tin Star series, Cecil has clearly put in a significant amount of time with creating and developing a world in which Tula s stories take place.2 Huge revelations for the plot Tula had her own theories about Brother Blue and the Human colonies as set out in Tin Star, but I really appreciate...

  8. ExLibris_Kate says:

    I loved being back on Yertina Feray, and Stone In The Sky was a wonderful continuation of a book I really enjoyed Once again, the world of the space station, with its multiple alien species and sometime dangerous blending of cultures, formed a world in which I could immerse myself Tula survived the ordeals of book one, but I knew that she would have manystruggles ahead of her It was inevitable that Tula would have to confront Brother Blue and, in fact, she wants that Despite her quiet I loved being back on Yertina Feray, and Stone In The Sky was a wonderful continuation of a book I really enjoyed Once again, the world of the space station, with its multiple alien species and sometime dangerous blending of cultures, formed a world in which I could immerse myself Tula survived the ordeals of book one, but I knew that she would have manystruggles ahead of her It was inevitable that Tula would have to confront Brother Blue and, in fact, she wants that Despite her quiet and comfortable life on Yertina Feray, Tula has never let go of that need to revenge There is a lot of unexpected travel...

  9. Christa Seeley says:

    This review originally posted at More Than Just MagicIt was so easy to slide back into the dark and dangerous world of Tula Bane and her life on the Yertina Feray.In Tin Star, the first book in this series, Tula was struggling to survive Left for dead she was alone, with absolutely nothing on a strange hunk of metal in the sky A hunk of metal which wasn t particularly friendly towards humans But survive she did In fact she didthan survive she thrived She moved up through the social This review originally posted at More Than Just MagicIt was so easy to slide back into the dark and dangerous world of Tula Bane and her life on the Yertina Feray.In Tin Star, the first book in this series, Tula was struggling to survive Left for dead she was alone, with absolutely nothing on a strange hunk of metal in the sky A hunk of metal which wasn t particularly friend...

  10. Kathy Martin says:

    This sequel to TIN STAR begins shortly after the actions in that book Tula Bane is living on the space station, the Yertina Feray, and has opened a water, sweets and salts store which welcomes aliens of all kinds While Tournour, the alien sheriff and Tula s love, has been good at keeping the station under the radar of the new Imperium, things change when a ship crashes on Quint, the planet the station orbits, and discovers alin Alin is a pollen that is very scarce and very much in demand amon This sequel to TIN STAR begins shortly after the actions in that book Tula Bane is living on the space station, the Yertina Feray, and has opened a water, sweets and salts store which welcomes aliens of all kinds While Tournour, the alien sheriff and Tula s love, has been good at keeping the station under the radar of the new Imperium, things change when a ship crashes on Quint, the planet the station orbits, and discovers alin Alin is a pollen that is very scarce and very much in demand among all sorts of aliens This discovery initiates a rush and draws the attention of the Imperium.The first official from the Imperium to arrive is Tula s enemy Brother Blue Brother Blue wants Tula dead because she is one of the few who know that Brother Blue is running a scam He says that he has settled five planets with human outposts bu...