Book Review: Crossed by Ally Condie

Book 2 in Ally Condie’s bestselling dystopian trilogy, Matched, is here! Kidzworld reviews Crossed by Ally Condie. Back to Article

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_DarkAngel240_ wrote:
2013-01-29 16:10:48 -0800

I need this book! *3*

mokeydokey wrote:
2012-12-08 16:56:58 -0800

I read the book I have about three of her books? And there good!! I recommend it!Wink haha but seriously I am gone see it later..

caroline1225 wrote:
2012-02-20 05:29:42 -0800

hunger games is scary and sad why would they do that to teenagers??

caroline1225 wrote:
2012-02-20 05:28:35 -0800

they had that book at my book fair but the cover creeped me out so i didn't get it...

summer rc
summer rc wrote:
2012-02-19 11:09:24 -0800

such a good book

bookmonster wrote:
2012-02-17 15:36:46 -0800

Crossed wasn't quite as good as Matched, but I still definitely want to check out the third book in the trilogy.

iliketurtles99 wrote:
2012-01-04 08:36:31 -0800

I love matched and crossed!!
They are my top books along side the hunger games!!
I think that crossed wasn't just a tranistion bok though. It was great!! Big Grin

my_name_is_taylor(:_1946805 wrote:
2012-01-03 21:14:44 -0800

If you all want to read a good book, Check out the evermore series! they are AMAZING!

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What's your favorite topic in sci-fi books?

  • Dystopias (new corrupt societies, such as The Hunger Games)
  • Post-apocalyptic (end of the world novels, such as The Forest of Hands and Teeth)
  • Epidemics (outbreaks of disease, such as The Scorch Trials)
  • Aliens and Other Planets (such as The Knife of Never Letting Go)

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