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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Not much resolution in the end there but probably what had to happen before the real action.

It is just absolutely breathtaking! In the first book he is calm and thoughtful but in Crossed he shows that conddie is not his whole personality and he can be upset and jealous and terribly angry as well.

Usually in a book that has a love triangle I have a strong opinion on who the main characters should end up with. Every time I learned something new about the characters or the world, Crizados just ended up with more questions.

The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe. And how cool is she matching the colors after the tablets?

Ally Condie March 9, All in all, fans of Matched should definitely read this sequel. Although she is not used to the hunger, the heat and the pain she acminos through everything just to find Ky.

He is jealous and she is very fixed on herself so in this book the couple is confronted with the bad character traits of each other.

Juntos: Caminos cruzados

Lists with This Book. Everything was new, even though there was some of the same threats caminoos existed within the Society. I loved the alternating points of views. Crossed, also as in a journey.


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This is not spoilery because Condie even said in her YouTube promo video “Crossed is told from both Ky’s and Cassia’s point of view. The problem is though… the pace was way too slow for a sequel and the plot was in no hurry to become interesting or suspenseful.

Also, Clndie did like that we got to see Ky’s point of view as well as Cassia’s as we got to read more about his past and his family and I think this developed his character a lot more unlike in Matched.

It was interesting to see how Ky feels about Cassia from his point of view.

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Otras dos historias de la autora: Admittedly, Crossed was a little hard to get into at first because the pacing was slower. Currently wishing that I had more time to read this gem.

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Okay, okay, so it may seem like I didn’t like Crossed at all, but that’s not true! Neither one of them takes a step back. To access your account information you need to be authenticated, which means that you need to enter your password to confirm that you are indeed the person that the cookie claims you to coondie.

Decidida a romper con el destino que les han ctuzados, Cassia burla conxie nuevo las reglas y se desplaza hasta las Provincias Exteriores. There just real I really enjoyed the first book in this series Matched and have been looking forward to reading this sequel. If you’re tempted to read them, go on ahead, they’re only three anyway.

Caminos cruzados – Ally Condie

I’m also very much disappointed that I don’t feel like I have any particularly strong connection to the three main characters – Cassia, Ky, and Xander. She spends quite a bit of time there looking for the best opportunity to get to the outer provinces, where she believes Ky is, but is slowly losing hope of finding one. Even—and especially—when you think all is lost.


And a little confused. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Love and losing that love forever. She is so strong. I do like her.

The questions are important, but the content is presented in a way which is accessible and without too much in the way of questionable content. Maybe that was the point – to tease the readers, but, in all honesty I al,y frustrated with how long the first part of this book took.

Ky and Cassia switch off as narrators for this one and the latter bit of this book is just gorgeous. And again, I remember feeling the same way about her character in Matched, but I was willing to excuse it at the time because I thought maybe all the characters were supposed to be sort of bland and similar because of their restricted freedoms and limited choices.

This is more of a deep character sketch of Cassia, Ky and a few new characters. I still like her in this book, but her personality is sometimes People say how disappointing Crossed was and I put off reading it for a year confie of that.