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Publish date: November 1st 2011
Publisher: Dutton Children's
Pages no: 367
Edition language: English
Series: Matched (#2)
Usually I like second books in trilogies, but this one feels a bit like it suffers from the "second-book slump," or perhaps from the industry's insistence that authors make trilogies/series out of books that are strongest as standalones.This book was entertaining enough, and while I enjoyed learning...
Crossed definitely has more action than matched. Here the story takes you on a rebellious ride to find freedom. Cassia & Ky learn a lot about not only who they are, but who they aren't. This may very well be the end of their "relationship". I definitely want to read the final book because I need to ...
I really enjoyed this book as much as the first. It took me awhile to get around to it, but I am so glad that I did. I am really excited to see where this story goes in the third book of the series!
Loved it. Just like the first book, this one kept me engaged and looking for what was next. Cassia and Ky's journey both together and apart we're described in ways that made me feel like Iike I was experiencing it.
Crossed, the much anticipated sequel to Matched, picks up shortly after Matched leaves off with Cassia working in the fields to try to get to Ky. She spends quite a bit of time there looking for the best opportunity to get to the outer provinces, where she believes Ky is, but is slowly losing hope o...