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Welcome back to New York, 2119. A skyscraper city, fueled by impossible dreams, where the lives of five teenagers have become intertwined in ways that no one could have imagined.

Leda just wants to move on from what happened in Dubai. Until a new investigation forces her to seek help—from the person she’s spent all year trying to forget.

Rylin is back in her old life, reunited with an old flame. But when she starts seeing Cord again, she finds herself torn: between two worlds, and two very different boys.

Calliope feels trapped, playing a long con that costs more than she bargained for. What happens when all her lies catch up with her?

Watt is still desperately in love with Leda. He’ll do anything to win her back—even dig up secrets that are better left buried.

And now that Avery is home from England—with a new boyfriend, Max—her life seems more picture-perfect than ever. So why does she feel like she would rather be anything but perfect?

In this breathtaking finale to The Thousandth Floor trilogy, Katharine McGee returns to her vision of 22nd-century New York: a world of startling glamour, dazzling technology, and unthinkable secrets. After all, when you have everything… you have everything to lose.

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Title:The Towering Sky (The Thousandth Floor, #3)
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Edition language: 006241867X (ISBN13: 9780062418678)
ISBN-13:9780062418678
Number of Pages:464 pages pages

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katparker

katparker

The Towering Sky (The Thousandth Floor, #3) is the best book in this series, although it can most definitely be read as a stand alone. The Towering Sky (The Thousandth Floor, #3) brings us story to tell everyone.
Cassie

Cassie

It was hard to get past how the girls were treated in this book. Disrespected, slut-shamed. If you can manage to overcome that, good luck trying to get past the cheese-fest that was this book The Towering Sky (The Thousandth Floor, #3).
I tried. I really did. I'll give it another year or two (since that's how long it's been since I've read a book by this author).