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Crossed (Matched #2)


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ISBN13: 9780525423652
ISBN10: 0525423656
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Love_J, January 6, 2012 (view all comments by Love_J)
The Matched series has quickly become one of my favorites from the moment I spotted Matched on a bookshelf in San Francisco begging me to pick it up! It was EPIC, and left me anxiously waiting for what Condie would spin out in the sequel (Crossed) and it was just as incredible as the first. Crossed did not disappoint. For fans of The Hunger Games or Dystopian books I highly encourage you to pick up Ally Condie's Matched series.
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Amber Roher, December 23, 2011 (view all comments by Amber Roher)
If you have read the first book to this trilogy (matched) then of course your going to want to indulge in this one as well. Its such a great book and it keep the story going from the first one which leaves you only wanting more. I highly recommend this whole trilogy to anyone who enjoys love,hope and great writing. Way To Go Ally Condle.
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Teri Crosby, November 2, 2011 (view all comments by Teri Crosby)
Ally Condie's sequel to Matched, Crossed brings back our two central character's Ky and Cassia.
Separated from each other and sent to distant parts of the Outer Provinces, Ky and Cassia struggle to survive and also keep hope alive in getting back together. Cassia is in a work camp when she takes the ultimate risk jumping into a ship sending Abberations into a new remote Province. Taking this chance Cassia hopes to get closer to Ky and also closer to discovering more about the Rising.
Ky on the other hand is trying to survive through all of the battles taking place as the Society keeps depositing Abberations on old farming lands to keep an illusion of current residence.

What really captured me in Crossed is how all of the characters paths are crossing and also at the same time dividing from other. Xander only has a few parts in the story but as he is also a vital character and we soon find he also has a significant secret that is being revealed. Ky reveals his past as well as his fears in the future which begin to tear Cassia's ideas apart and Cassia soon finds herself torn between not only the two boys but also what she finds out in her famous past and also in what she wants for her future.

What can the characters believe in when at times they cannot believe in each other. Will they have the strength to overcome their fears and be able to fight for their futures.
What is the Rising promising? And what is the Society really doing to it's Citizens.

Crossed is so much more of a fabulous read than I expected. As the story shifts and expands to more than just a tale of love, we find ourselves swept in to a story of a live divided and a place where war is not only within ourselves and our ideals and prior beliefs but also with each other.
There are so many things revealed about the world of the Matched Trilogy in Crossed so with the next book we should be stunned and expecting many surprises.
This series continues to astound me and explore many themes that I find exceptionally interesting.
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Condie, Ally
Dutton Books
Love & Romance
Children s-General
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9.24 x 6.38 x 1.25 in 1.28 lb
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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Separated by the dictatorial Society that rules them, Cassia has been searching for Ky while suffering the harsh conditions of labor camps far from home. About to be sent to the Society's biggest city for her permanent work assignment, Cassia instead grabs an opportunity to reach the war-torn Outer Provinces, where she finally gets a lead in tracking Ky. Ky has survived being used as a pawn in the Society's war against a nameless and faceless enemy; he and two companions have escaped into a no man's land, and Cassia follows. As Cassia and Ky hike through dangerous territory in search of a rumored rebellion and the freedom to be together, the specter of Cassia's betrothed, Xander, hangs over them. Narrated from Cassia and Ky's viewpoints, Condie's sequel to her acclaimed Matched is very much a middle book, centering on a transformative journey and setting up the finale to come. Newcomers will need to read the first book for background, but vivid, poetic writing will pull fans through as Condie immerses readers in her characters' yearnings and hopes. Ages 14 — up." Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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