Under the Never Sky looked very interesting to both me and Autumn, so we decided to try it for a joint review. Sadly, neither of us could get past the first few chapters. I had a really hard time understanding what was going on. Normally, I like dystopian novels (and I'm not even sure this qualifies as that), but I also like to have a hint as to what happened to change the world into what it has become. I like the hint to be within the first few chapters so that I can orient myself. I never got that in this novel. I was having a hard time picturing anything about the "realms" and as Autumn put it, the alternate language was very off putting. I just had to give up on it.