Monday, December 1, 2014

Crossed Millicent Cameron
Ally Condie Comp. 3
Dutton Books Blog 6
367 pages
I never named anything I’ve written before
no reason to
since
it would all have the same title anyway
- for you -
but I would call this one
one night
that night
when we let the world be only you
and only me
we stood on it while it spun
green and blue and red
the music ended
but we
were still
singing
(page 213)
The poem from the book talks about how these two people, Cassia and Ky, get to see each other, but are not supposed to. At the beginning of this series, Cassia and Ky were matched together, but weren’t supposed to be. At first the situation started as a small mistake, but then turned into a huge problem.
Cassia has to find Ky. She knows around where he might be but still has to find him. Both of them, at a point, have to escape from somewhere. Then, the come to find each other. At the end, they are in these groups and are being put together to go somewhere. The Society has changed many situations going on and everything is different.
In this book, the relations relate to two people who are basically banned from seeing each other, but find a way to be together. Their whole world is changing and situations are risky between them and the Society.

This book is good to read if you like interesting fiction with twists. I am interested to read about the outcome of the next book. I wonder: what will happen to Cassia and Ky, and what will happen with their world and the Society.   

1 comment:

  1. Could use some more detail and analysis but it is a very good start.

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