Crossed (Matched, #2) by Ally CondieThe Society chooses everything.
The books you read.
The music you listen to.
The person you love.
Yet for Cassia the rules have changed. Ky has been taken and she will sacrifice everything to find him.
And when Cassia discovers Ky has escaped to the wild frontiers beyond the Society there is hope.
But on the edge of society nothing is as it seems...
A rebellion is rising.
And a tangled web of lies and double-crosses could destroy everything.
Garth Ennis has pulled out all the stops to write the most twisted book of his career, Crossed! Through ten heart-stopping chapters, Crossed is his horrifically visceral exploration of the pure evil that humans are truly capable of indulging. This gut-wrenching vision is brought to vivid - and more than a little disturbing - life by his partner-in-crime, Jacen Burrows. Imagine, for a moment, the worst crimes against humanity. Picture the cruelest affronts to decency. Conjure your darkest nightmares - and then realize it could all be so much worse. When civilization crumbles in one terrifying moment, when people are gleefully breaking into unthinkable acts of violence all around you, when everyone you love has died screaming in agony - What do you do?
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This is the second book in the trilogy Ally Condie. I read the first book in French to its release and I had loved but later was obviously not yet available. Wanting to know what happened I decided to return to 0 and English before discovering the second volume. Because he is no mistake, the story of Ally Condie being a trilogy, the contents of volumes is quite expected: the first was the discovery of utopia and defects and thus awakening the critically Cassia, the third will give us the outcome of the story … and logically, the second is the transition. So inevitably, even if Ally Condie introduced many interesting things including one learns more about the rebellion and this time the story is told from the point of view of Ky I mostly had a pending print mingled with no frustration.
At this point, we think our love for love has been well-documented. And star-crossed lovers? We could cry just thinking about it. Two people desperately in love? But forced to be apart? Because of family, society, or an untimely demise? We are not well.