Crossed

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Penguin Books Limited, Nov 24, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 384 pages
106 Reviews

Rules are different outside the Society.

Chasing down an uncertain future, Cassia makes her way to the Outer Provinces in pursuit of Ky-taken by the Society to his certain death-only to find that he has escaped into the majestic, but treacherous, canyons. On this wild frontier are glimmers of a different life and the enthralling promise of rebellion. But even as Cassia sacrifices everything to reunite with Ky, ingenious surprises from Xander may change the game once again.

Narrated from both Cassia's and Ky's points of view, this hotly anticipated sequel to Matched will take them both to the edge of Society, where nothing is as expected and crosses and double crosses make their path more twisted than ever...

Incredible sequel to acclamied international bestseller, Matched

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Yup Condie is really good at writing. - LibraryThing
Plot was a little slow and repetitive. - LibraryThing
... the ending, perfect. - LibraryThing
I think the part that threw me off was the ending. - LibraryThing
I am still a huge fan of Ally Condie's writing style. - LibraryThing
Before I make a full on judgment of the series. - LibraryThing

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User Review  - olongbourn - LibraryThing

Five stars, though it is quite different in pace and purpose to Matched. Other reviewers are correct... it seems as if Ms Condie is pausing here, breathing without moving the story forward. I think ... Read full review

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User Review  - KR_Patterson - LibraryThing

Two stars seems like a really harsh rating, but if I'm going by what the stars say when I hold the curser over them, "it was okay", then I'm afraid that's all I can give it. I feel let down. I had higher hopes. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Ally Condie used to teach high school English in Utah and in upstate New York. Currently, she is employed by her three little boys, who keep her busy playing trucks and building blocks.

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