Crossed (Matched, #2)
Publisher: Dutton Children's
Pages no: 367
Original Review posted at Bookwyrming ThoughtsNote: Formatting is lost due to copy and paste Matched, the predecessor to Crossed, didn't exactly make a remarkable impression in my mind 3 years ago when I first read it or I wouldn't have needed to take a one day mini skim-a-thon. Though it m...
This was not action-packed, but I really enjoyed it. For my full review, go here: http://mommysreadingbreak.wordpress.com/2012/11/28/review-crossed-by-ally-condie/
Not too bad of a sequel. I didn't quite like it as much as the first, but it was still readable. It did seem to drag on a bit though. I will be reading the last book in the trilogy.
While I gave the first book 5 stars, I was sad to say that this one rated only 3. It wasn't nearly as fascinating nor intricate as Matched, the plot wasn't as interesting and as is so often the case with a second book in a trilogy, it was very obviously a transitory novel. In fact, I guessed that it...
I was surprised by how much I enjoyed Matched - on the surface, it was everything I don't care for (romance-focused, poetic, a society that arranges marriages), but it won me over quickly and became one of my favourite reads this year.So I was both eager and somewhat wary when I picked up Crossed, h...
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