Start by marking “Juntos: Caminos cruzados (Juntos, #2)” as Want to Read: I still liked Ky and Cassia, since Ally Condie writes with such feeling and depth. Segundo libro de la trilogía, Juntos Con su amor, Cassia y Ky han quebrantado las inflexibles normas de la Sociedad y ahora deben asumir las consecuencias. Caminos cruzados (Juntos 2) – Ebook written by Ally Condie. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for.
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I am such a lemming. Although she is not used to the hunger, the heat and the pain she goes through everything just to find Ky. Originally reviewed at JJiReads. In this book we have both Cassia’s and Ky’s POV so it is finally possible to understand him, what is much harder than expected. One crizados my favourite things about Crossed was that it was told through alternating first person narratives between Cassia and Ky, because I loved being able to see how they saw each other.
La novela que ha enamorado a todo el mundo.
But now i understand. This book was very good.
Juntos: Caminos cruzados
Overall, I would say that the I found this book cruzafos than the first because it held more cakinos. 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. People say how disappointing Crossed was and I put off reading it for a year because of that. They become much closer to my heart.
Cassia acted so mature and strong for most of the book then at the end she almost returned to the why-dont-you-love-me-im-a-perfect-city-girl type attitude. But Cassia can’t stop thinking about Ky, and as they slowly fall in love, Cassia begins to doubt the Society’s infallibility and is faced with an impossible choice: The pacing is excellent, with a great balance of action and character development.
I actually read this book. It reveals some background information and gets the characters closer to where they want to be. There’s nothing wrong with it, but still, it had me thinking that without Ky’s point of view, there would be a whole lot of holes to fill just to complete the stor Matched was one of my most favorite dystopian lit. They both find themselves in The Carving finding clues about where the other might be.
In both cases you should know how to switch cookies back on! However, the ending was disappointing because it felt rushed and I didn’t fully understand what was happening.
Admittedly, Crossed was a little hard to get into at first because the pacing was slower. Things headed in different direct Quick review: Will that security last?
Juntos: Caminos cruzados (Juntos, #2) by Ally Condie (4 star ratings)
But at least the author fills in a tiny bit of the history of why people would ‘inexplicably’ choose to live in a Society like this Surprisingly, the author added Ky’s first-person perspective alongside Cassia’s. The scope of emotions with him is brilliant. Change of scenery only brought new conflict. Maybe it’s my mood, and the things happening in my life at the moment, but this was a perfect book to match it.
The story is well built and interesting. Xander is part of the Rising!!!
In fact I spent the better part of the first two hundred pages ruing Condie’s name. I really liked this book guys!
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It is the final book in the trilogy after all! I love Ky in this book. I liked that the newer characters and even the older ones un-nerved me a bit with the secrets some of them have.
I liked that she wrestled around which what she would get if she settled with either one of them. Disney can pull this off the best. I’m looking forward to book 3. Not to mention, it’s also annoying because I don’t even know anyone from the Society yet, who the real leader is.
Eli on the other side is like Bram.