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  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 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

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    15 stars Spoilers for Matched and CrossedCassia wuvs Ky Ky wuvs Cassia They both wuv poetry and art Wuv Nobody else understands their wuv for poetry and art That's why they wuv each other Cassia and Ky's wuv is forbidden Wuv Society no approve of their wuv Sociey seperates wuv birds Cassia should wuv her Society chosen match Xande

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    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 you gotta write something too is that mean? probablyis it true? definitelyeven though i wasn't crazy about matched i wanted to read the next installment just to see where she was going with her brand of dystopia and with these characters and also truthfully because i am such a sucker for covers and

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    Rage Hardcore TURKEY RAGEHappy Thanksgiving all my American buddies by the wayWhat WAS THIS? This was a book? Real

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    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 Crossed did a good job of continuing the romance between Cassia and Ky and honestly I do like the romanc

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    Crossed Matched #2 Ally CondieCrossed is a young adult novel written by Allyson Braithwaite Condie It is the se

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    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 wi

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    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 n

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    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 Crossed is told in two point of views between Ky and Cassia Although at times I found it hard to differentiate between their two chara

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    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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The Society chooses everything The books you read The music you listen to The person you love Yet for Cassia the rules have changed Ky has been. 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 His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch 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 The Doctors Dating Bargain 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 The Collection poetry to give Maya Angelou a headache is recited and flashbacks to Ky s Whispers of Feathers 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 Entrepreneurial Vernacular 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 Advanced C Programming by Example 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 Poslije svega (After, point she even view spoilerasks Ky to travel with her to the Rising and leave Cassia hide spoiler

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HopeBut on the edge of society nothing is as it seemsA rebellion is risingAnd a tangled web of lies and double crosses could destroy everythin. 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 Crossed is told in two point of views between Ky and Cassia Although at times I found it hard to differentiate between their two character voices despite the chapters being titled Ky or Cassia And I liked getting to learn a little bit about Ky and his history Condie is an extremely talented author I won t deny that she has a way with words I love her writing but this story just doesn t work for me Crossed was slow paced but again I was expecting that because of Matched I never felt like anything was happening Sure there are obstacles that the characters must overcome but I never felt that gripping moment of heightened anxiety That hook that draws you into the story and doesn t let go As Crossed came to a close I felt rather disappointed It was as though we were exactly where we left off in Matched we know that the Society is keeping things from us but we are no closer to solving it If anything I m only filled with uestions The Line point of views between Ky and Cassia Although at times I found it hard to differentiate between their two character voices despite the chapters being titled Ky or Cassia And I liked getting to learn a little bit about Ky and his history Condie is an extremely talented author I won t deny that she has a way with words I love her writing but this story just doesn t work for me Crossed was slow Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy paced but again I was expecting that because of Matched I never felt like anything was happening Sure there are obstacles that the characters must overcome but I never felt that gripping moment of heightened anxiety That hook that draws you into the story and doesn t let go As Crossed came to a close I felt rather disappointed It was as though we were exactly where we left off in Matched we know that the Society is keeping things from us but we are no closer to solving it If anything I m only filled with uestions

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Taken and she will sacrifice everything to find him And when Cassia discovers Ky has escaped to the wild frontiers beyond the Society there is. 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 Crossed did a good job of continuing the romance between Cassia and Ky and honestly I do like the romance between them Not too hot n heavy not to whiney piney it s sweet and simple I also liked the conflict that was created between all the relationships going on even though we all know just how beaten to death love triangles are Cassia still doesn t know whether she should chose Xander the guy she was originally matched with or go with Ky who has shown her a whole new way of life Oh yeah and what was going on between Ky and Indie Was anybody else wondering that Were they attracted to each other I couldn t tell but this definitely peaked my curiosity and I wonder what will be going on between them in the futureThe new characters that were introduced in Crossed namely Indie Eli Vick and Hunter were all likable if somewhat lackluster and underdeveloped I thought that Indie was strong and brave which Cassia really needed while she was trying to survive in the wilderness and I m glad that Ky decided to take Eli and Vick with him so there was some interaction going on during his parts of the story Hunter was sort of a mystery although we know that he has a sad backgroundI also liked the descriptive language used to paint a picture of what The Carving AKA the giant canyon that Ky and Cassia escape to was like For the most part I was able to see the rugged landscape and the different settings that both Cassia and Ky traveled through which created a stark contrast to the perfect pristine setting of The Society from the first bookAlright so that s what I liked now moving on to the stuff I wasn t a fan ofFirst of all let s not beat around the bush here the plot was one gigantic snooze fest And I m not just talking molasses in January slow I m talking lucky if you aren t comatose by the time you finish it slowI find this to be an unfortunate yet typical issue with second books in trilogies it s why many avid readers call it Second Book Syndrome because you are seriously lucky if you haven t died of boredom by the time you reach the end But Crossed really takes the prize for SBS in my opinion mainly because the narrative is reflective to the point of being totally ridiculous I mean you re in the moment and then all of a sudden one of the characters starts reminiscing about some memory or starts considering a leaf or a piece of grass and thinking Wow how beautiful This green leaf reminds me of the color of my Match banuet dress and my mom and dad and my childhood and it s so pretty what a beautiful blade of grass I think I will write a poem about itNo I am not making this up literally the entire book is like this And what s I don t understand the point of it None of the memories are ones we haven t already heard about from the first book and they don t bring us to any mind blowing revelations about what s going on in the present They re just pretty and empty and I m sorry don t add much to the plot except that I had to work that much harder to not fall asleepMy second issue with this series and this book in particular is that there is pretty much zero context or motivation for anything that is going on This is a problem not just with the main characters but with the entire world that they live in I have so many uestions that haven t been answered yet starting with1 WHO or WHAT is the Society and what is their purpose behind getting rid of all but 100 of everything example The Hundred Songs The Hundred Paintings The Hundred Poems and then controlling everyone in the way that they do We re told that they want to increase efficiency and stop death but how the heck does getting rid of music and paintings do this2 WHO is The Enemy that is mentioned at least a hundred times throughout the story and what is their motivation for rising up against The Society and killing people in the Outer Provinces NOTHING is said about The Enemy if you aren t counting the fact that they are called The Enemy This gives me the reader absolutely nada to go on do the main characters even know who on earth The Enemy is Wouldn t this be an important little tidbit of info to let us in on JUST SAYING3 WHO are these people in The Rising and what the heck is their motivation To get rid of The Society The Enemy I am SO CONFUSED And also why does Cassia want to join The Rising s rebellion so badly when she has no idea who they even are or what they actually stand for4 What exactly was everyone s ultimate goal in this book Why were they wandering around a canyon for almost 400 pages I m sorry but if I get to the end of a book and have little understanding of why anything just happened and I close the thing with a ginormous blank stare on my face you missed something Like badlySo basically what I m trying to say is that the writing wasn t bad and the characters weren t bad even though they are pretty boring too but pretty much everything about Crossed was incredibly vague and confusing And forget about action because there wasn t any There was a lot of description but unfortunately not in the places where I actually needed it This is similar to how Matched was written but I can forgive Matched because it was the first book in the series and there was at least some action going on I expected that in this second book there would be explanation about the Society and the Enemy but unfortunately I was left even confused than I was at the end of the first book Crossed just seemed like a lot of aimless wandering around without actually getting anywhere And it is very frustrating when you read something like this for the entire length of a book but nothing is ever really explained about what everyone is trying to accomplish and whySo I don t know For me this is just one those series that meets my most basic standards of being good but never leads up to anything that really makes it stand out as being incredible or even really memorable I thought that the writing was good if somewhat bland in places the narrative flowed well between Cassia and Ky s points of view and there was nothing outwardly annoying in this book besides the fact that I can t find a motivation for anything in this plot for the life of me My final comment would be meh And I hate having that reaction to a bookLea LC s Adventures in Libraryland The Purple Headed Mountain peaked my curiosity and I wonder what will be going on between them in the futureThe new characters that were introduced in Crossed namely Indie Eli Vick and Hunter were all likable if somewhat lackluster and underdeveloped I thought that Indie was strong and brave which Cassia really needed while she was trying to survive in the wilderness and I m glad that Ky decided to take Eli and Vick with him so there was some interaction going on during his Stone Circles of Britain parts of the story Hunter was sort of a mystery although we know that he has a sad backgroundI also liked the descriptive language used to Blue leader paint a The Queen Con (The Golden Arrow picture of what The Carving AKA the giant canyon that Ky and Cassia escape to was like For the most The Rite part I was able to see the rugged landscape and the different settings that both Cassia and Ky traveled through which created a stark contrast to the Black Popular Culture perfect HEG (HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA) BACHARELATO AULA 3D: Historia De España. 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