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Crossed is the sequel to Matched, a book I read & reviewed in August 2011. Basically, it’s about what happens to Ky and Cassia after the events in Matched. I liked Crossed, but not as much as I liked Matched.

Crossed starts (what I assume) a while after Matched ends. At first, I was confused about who was speaking, but eventually I got it straight.

Crossed has a much slower pace than Matched, which was okay in the beginning, but incredibly boring towards the middle, and then it picked up the pace at the end.

There’s going to be another book later this year, and I honestly can’t wait. I hate cliffhangers- and these books have theirs brilliantly placed.

As a closing note, Crossed was a good book, even if it wasn’t exactly my cup of tea.