Kala has found a pair of half-built wings in her cellar. Her most cherished dream, to be able to fly and escape from the Nest, has apparently become a reality. Upset by the lies employed to capture her, the One, whom everyone is hoping can defeat the Sphere, puts on the contraption, leaps into the Abyss and flies away.
Beneath the clouds at ground level, a dirty, rundown city awaits her. Her wings have disintegrated and Kala finds herself injured and alone in a world she could not possibly have imagined.
Unexpected dangers andcolourfulcharacters surround the One while, two miles above her head, the Open Hand comes up with a new plan to rescue her and continue the fight against the Power.
The Wings ofIcarusis the sequel toSin Alas, a saga similar toThe Hunger Gamesand theDivergentSeries, which have won over hundreds of thousands of readers.
A novel written at an addictive, rip-roaring pace, very much in tune with the tastes and tone of readers of dystopian sagas.
What if reality were something more than we’ve always thought?