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The hotly awaited second book in the dystopian Matched trilogy In search of a future that may not exist and faced with the decision of who to share it with Cassia journeys to the Outer Provinces in pursuit of Ky taken by the Society to his certain death only to find t. PsstStephanie Wake up it s over Oh man Did I fall asleep again It s not my fault Really it isn t If only Crossed had just a little bit action and a lot less poetry it would have been able to keep my attention focused on reading the book instead of hitting my REM cycle That s not to say I didn t entirely enjoy Crossed but it also didn t live up to my expectations Crossed picks up where Matched left off Ky had been sent away to the Outer Provinces and Cassia is currently residing in a girl s work camp In this installment she travels to the Outer Provinces to find Ky while he somehow escapes the Outer Provinces to be reunited with Cassia back in the Society A few new discoveries are made regarding the Society and an apparent rebellion called the Rising Along the way enough poetry to give Maya Angelou a headache is recited and flashbacks to Ky s past are also included I had high hopes for this book mostly because I did enjoy Matched I enjoyed the Do not go gently theme and Condie s poetic writing style But for some reason it just didn t work out too well for me in Crossed I liked how the PoVs switched back and forth between Ky and Cassia In fact I am a fan of that particular style when done correctly However in this case I found it difficult to tell who was who Cassia and Ky s voice sounded exactly alike to me I found myself flipping back to the beginning of the chapters to confirm who was narrating Because of this I slowly felt myself becoming disconnected from the characters even with learning further details about Ky s past The CharactersOne thing I did enjoy about the book were the introduction of the minor characters While traveling to the Outer Provinces to find Ky Cassia teams up with a girl named Indie At first I really liked Indie because she was brave sharp and determined But around 77% of the book she seemed too sneaky to me and I didn t appreciate her lying to Cassia about the Rising At one point she even view spoilerasks Ky to travel with her to the Rising and leave Cassia hide spoiler Via Suez (British): Blue Funnel Line (Merchant Navy Series Book 3) of who to share it with Cassia journeys to the Outer Provinces in pursuit Zenith of Ky taken by the Society to his certain death A Pale Light in the Black only to find t. PsstStephanie Wake up it s Devil Versus Alpha The Millennium Wolves only Crossed had just a little bit action and a lot less poetry it would have been able to keep my attention focused Spieserye on reading the book instead Feral of hitting my REM cycle That s not to say I didn t entirely enjoy Crossed but it also didn t live up to my expectations Crossed picks up where Matched left Krismis van Map Jacobs off Ky had been sent away to the Outer Provinces and Cassia is currently residing in a girl s work camp In this installment she travels to the Outer Provinces to find Ky while he somehow escapes the Outer Provinces to be reunited with Cassia back in the Society A few new discoveries are made regarding the Society and an apparent rebellion called the Rising Along the way enough poetry to give Maya Angelou a headache is recited and flashbacks to Ky s past are also included I had high hopes for this book mostly because I did enjoy Matched I enjoyed the Do not go gently theme and Condie s poetic writing style But for some reason it just didn t work Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods out too well for me in Crossed I liked how the PoVs switched back and forth between Ky and Cassia In fact I am a fan Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche of that particular style when done correctly However in this case I found it difficult to tell who was who Cassia and Ky s voice sounded exactly alike to me I found myself flipping back to the beginning Til Death Do Us Part (Vows, of the chapters to confirm who was narrating Because Mensa Riddles Conundrums of this I slowly felt myself becoming disconnected from the characters even with learning further details about Ky s past The CharactersOne thing I did enjoy about the book were the introduction Julie of the Wolves of the minor characters While traveling to the Outer Provinces to find Ky Cassia teams up with a girl named Indie At first I really liked Indie because she was brave sharp and determined But around 77% The Right Swipe of the book she seemed too sneaky to me and I didn t appreciate her lying to Cassia about the Rising At Touched one point she even view spoilerasks Ky to travel with her to the Rising and leave Cassia hide spoiler

CHARACTERS Crossed By Ally Condie

R rebellion an unexpected betrayal and a surprise visit from Xander who may hold the key to the uprising and still to Cassia's heart change the game once again Nothing is as expected on the edge of Society where crosses and double crosses make the path twisted than ev. I really wanted to like this book But I found the task impossible While I loved Matched I think Condie did not keep up the original ideas tight plot and romantic suspense that worked in the first book She tries using two narrators but does not distinguish their voices Other than the heading on the top of each chapter to delineate who was talking it was almost impossible to figure out who was the narrator The plot was completely lackluster Nothing really happens Most of the events in this book could have been condensed into less than 100 pages but instead Condie drags them out with sappy scenes of her two lovebirds I like a little love story with my dystopian fiction but this was overboard She also seems to be under the impression that readers think there might be a chance Cassia will end up with Xander We all know she s going to end up with Ky So why drag out the supposed love triangle It just made me feel that Condie doesn t respect the intelligence of her readersI enjoyed Condie s beautiful writing in the first book but I think she might have let the positive reviews of Matched go to her head Her use of forbidden poetry was not as interesting in Crossed and the poetry she tries to use in her own prose was too much It got to the point where I was skimming because I just didn t care any and I could tell Condie wasn t going anywhere special I was profoundly disappointed I gave this two stars instead of one because I think teens might get through this book without complaint and because it was an easy read I m always angry if I ve put a lot of time into reading a book only to be disappointed Crossed only reuired a few hours

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Hat he has escaped leaving a series of clues in his wake Cassia's uest leads her to uestion much of what she holds dear even as she finds glimmers of a different life across the border But as Cassia nears resolve and certainty about her future with Ky an invitation fo. Crossed Matched 2 Ally CondieCrossed is a young adult novel written by Allyson Braithwaite Condie It is the seuel to Matched and the second book in the Matched trilogy The chapters alternate between the perspectives of Ky and Cassia The outer provinces are filled with male aberrations including Ky and his new friend Vick who are moved around from village to village to make them appear inhabited to an unnamed enemy Cassia now at a work camp in Tana province plans to find Ky She is surprised by a visit from Xander who as her match was able to arrange a meeting with Cassia At Cassia s reuest they go to a small museum where Cassia trades Ky s compass with an archivist in order to obtain information that could help her find Ky Meanwhile Ky and the other decoys are moved to Ky s home village where a new shipment of decoys arrives filled with young teenage boys 2018 1396 408 9786008537144 21 09061399


About the Author: Ally Condie

Ally Condie is a former high school English teacher who lives with her husband three sons and one daughter outside of Salt Lake City Utah She loves reading running eating and listening to her husband play guitar



10 thoughts on “Crossed By Ally Condie

  1. says:

    PsstStephanie Wake up it's over Oh man Did I fall asleep again? It's not my fault Really it isn't If only Crossed had just a little

  2. says:

    15 stars Spoilers for Matched and CrossedCassia wuvs Ky Ky wuvs Cassia They both wuv poetry and art Wuv Nobody else understands the

  3. says:

    no one told ally condie that the second book in a trilogy is not a resting place not an opportunity to catch your breath and count your cash y

  4. says:

    Rage Hardcore TURKEY RAGEHappy Thanksgiving all my American buddies by the wayWhat WAS THIS? This was a book? Really? This didn’t have the

  5. says:

    This is actually getting 25 stars I'm being niceSigh where to begin with this one? You know that I try to be nice with my reviews and at least say something that I liked about a book before I go all crazy rant girl on it so I guess we'll do a run down of what I liked about this second book in Ally Condie's Matched trilogy first Cro

  6. says:

    Crossed Matched #2 Ally CondieCrossed is a young adult novel written by Allyson Braithwaite Condie It is the seuel to Matched and the second book in the Matched trilogy The chapters alternate between the perspectives of Ky and Cassia The outer provinces are filled with male aberrations including Ky and his new friend Vick who are

  7. says:

    Matched was one of my most favorite dystopian lit books That being said I really looked forward to reading Crossed this yearDid it disappoint me? No But there are a few things that I don't know let's just get on with itFirst of all I was uite shocked when I found out that the book was written in two different points of view There's nothing wrong with it but still it had me thinking that without Ky's point of

  8. says:

    I really wanted to like this book But I found the task impossible While I loved Matched I think Condie did not keep up the original ideas tight plot and romantic suspense that worked in the first book She tries using two narrators but does not distinguish their voices Other than the heading on the top of each chapter to delineate who was talking it was almost impossible to figure out who was the narrator The plot was

  9. says:

    I feel alone in my feelings for this series I will admit that I enjoyed reading Crossed so than I did Matched Perhaps it was because I wasn’t expecting much I liked getting into Ky’s head this time around Cross

  10. says:

    15 starsThis was bad And boring I mean the whole book wouldn’t have been written if the two main characters had a DAMN CELL PHONE

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