A Million Suns - Beth Revis
A Million Suns begins three months after the end of Across the Universe, and life aboard the spaceship Godspeed is full of tension. The ship’s inhabitants, no longer drugged into submission, have begun to question Elder’s role as leader. As Elder deals with mechanical issues as well as civil unrest, Amy discovers a series of clues that appear to lead to a great secret, and a decision she must make about the ship’s future.

Like Across the Universe, this was another excellent read. Amy and Elder continue to be very likeable, if flawed, protagonists. Amy does angst quite a bit about her situation, although it’s largely understandable and she does come to a realization about it. There is a major reveal about midway through the book, which answers a lot of questions and leads to an un-putdownable second half.

This is definitely one of the best YA series out there, and worth a look even if you’re not ordinarily into science fiction.

Many thanks to the author, Beth Revis, for sending a signed(!) review copy (although I would have enjoyed the book regardless)