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The complete collection of critically acclaimed, award-winning novels from New York Times-bestselling author Ally Condie''s Matched Trilogy, including Matched, Crossed, and the breathtaking conclusion, Reached.
 

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Praise for the Matched Trilogy:

"This futuristic fable of love and free will asks: Can there be freedom without choice? The tale of Cassia''s journey from acceptance to rebellion will draw you in and leave you wanting more." --Cassandra Clare, New York Times-bestselling author of The Infernal Devices and The Mortal Instruments series

"A superb dystopian romance." -- The Wall Street Journal

"The hottest YA title to hit bookstores since The Hunger Games." -- Entertainment Weekly

"A fierce, unforgettable page-turner." -- Kirkus, starred review

"Condie''s enthralling and twisty dystopian plot is well served by her intriguing characters and fine writing....Cassia''s metamorphosis is gripping and satisfying." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review

"Condie’s prose is immediate and unadorned, with sudden pings of lush lyricism [and] reveals seeming to arrive on almost every page." -- Kirkus, starred review

"Distinct...authentic...poetic." -- School Library Journal

"Love triangle + struggle against the powers that be = perfect escape." -- MTV.com

About the Author

Ally Condie is the author of the #1  New York Times bestselling Matched trilogy and co-author of the Darkdeep middle grade series. She is also the author of the novel  Summerlost, an Edgar Award Finalist. A former English teacher, Ally lives with her family outside of Salt Lake City, Utah. Ally has an MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts, and is the founder and director of the nonprofit WriteOut Foundation.

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Twitter: @allycondie

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LunchWithLions
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I''m taking the red pill and moving on to other books
Reviewed in the United States on June 23, 2018
SPOILERS AHOY! The Short of It: No connection to characters, no payoff at the end, no explanations about the society, I’ve seen CVS receipts that had a more engaging narrative than this. I do not recommend this series. The Long of It: I wish I could... See more
SPOILERS AHOY!

The Short of It: No connection to characters, no payoff at the end, no explanations about the society, I’ve seen CVS receipts that had a more engaging narrative than this. I do not recommend this series.

The Long of It: I wish I could tell you that I read these books out of a profound intellectual curiosity, or that the poetry stirred my soul, but the truth is that there is nothing on TV anymore, so I find myself looking in under every rock for entertainment these days.

This is one of those color-by-numbers crapsaccharine worlds where at first everything is super-controlled by an all-knowing government, and everything is beautiful all the time. But then something unexpected happens, and the officials get mean and ugly somehow, and there are a lot more of them. Before you know it they’re giving you bad medicine and you’re being sent off to work camps where you join a rebellion, and in the third book the ultimate battle is fought to change things forever--

Don’t forget the love triangle.

I can’t even say that’s a gross oversimplification of the plot, because that IS the plot. Now, I don’t mind a recycled plot, or this Milquetoast Dystopia, but what I do care about is not caring. I just didn’t care about any of these characters. I kind of cared about Cassia’s grandfather, and Ky made me angry when he burned that map in Crossed. Other than that, it was like reading dry, impersonal accounts of events, not people telling me about emotional things that happened to them.

Ky is my match. I love Ky. This is all you get from the narration. You never feel sadness on her grandfather’s death, anger when the government is taking their things, or fear when something dangerous happens. It’s all this is this and that is that. People blubber when their relatives die. They get mad when you take their stuff. They shake with terror when authorities take them to parts unknown. These characters don’t do any of that, so we don’t empathize with them and we don’t care about them.

I would have been interested in what the catalyst was that caused people to decide that they had to get rid of all the “clutter” and make people only have specialized knowledge, and when and how all that went wrong. That’s the only reason I finished the series. A few sentences explaining what happened in the past in between the pining over true love would have been appreciated—give me a megalomaniac hungry for power, or an accident, or perhaps an evening news special with Brian Williams with some alternative facts. Throw me a bone here.

I have to be honest about poetry, too. If the future of freedom rests on poetry, the first matchbox that comes along is going to destroy humankind. Milquetoastia only has a hundred poems, a hundred stories, a hundred songs, and so on. Everything else is being purged, and the stuff they’re keeping isn’t exactly accessible to people. For example, the hundred songs are only sung by artificial voices, and are not singable by real people because of how they’re written. Plus, nobody is allowed to create new music. Not that they would find songs that they couldn’t sing very inspirational in the first place.

I’m going to go out on a limb and guess that the poetry is the same way—they probably don’t enjoy or understand it much. So when someone in Milquetoastia sees a random new Tennyson poem, they simply won’t have a frame of reference. They won’t have an education to tell them to think about symbolism and how it relates to them other than getting into trouble.

This is a huge plot hole.

A love of poetry and literature comes from understanding what it is. Milquetoastia doesn’t understand written things—written things are disposable, they’re bad, they’re clutter that can get you into trouble and they’re to be burned. Cassia would never have been affected by poetry like this without a much larger foundation built by someone, like her grandfather, someone who remembered what the words meant and could teach her about symbolism. The quick one-two lessons from Ky wouldn’t have done it. Cassia would have tossed her grandfather’s poems into the incinerator and gone right back into her routine.

Matched consists of Cassia wondering which boy is for her, and passing napkins back and forth with Ky. That’s the whole first book. Cassia and Ky spend all of Crossed in a canyon trying to get away from the all-knowing, all-controlling Milquetoastia, only to get to the rebellion, which turns out to be all-knowing and all-controlling. At this point they should have blown both sides sky high and run off to live in Narnia, but nobody is capable of coming up with an original thought, so they just let the rebellion assign them new jobs and off they go to do rebel things. Ky absolutely didn’t want to join the rebellion, but he still does this for reasons that aren’t made clear.

Reached adds Xander’s point of view to this mess, although I’m not sure why, since it’s impossible to tell them apart. The bits of pertinent information each character adds could have been worked in some other way without this confusion. In the end, the Pilot reveals that there isn’t any difference between the rebellion and Milquetoastia, so the whole thing was pointless. They find a cure for the Virus and there’s not much of a payoff or answers to anything.

Even the identity of the current Pilot was a nothingburger.

There’s not even much to mock here. So, unless you are trapped in Milquetoastia and this is the last set of books anywhere, I do not recommend reading this series. I am going to move on to bigger and better things right after I take the red pill.
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A dystopian adventure that left me a little disturbed.
Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2017
Actual rating 2.5 stars. Such an amazing concept – the Matched trilogy has hues of ‘The Giver’ and ‘Divergent’ but did not deliver as well as those did. Sad to say, but this series has got to be the lowest rated I’ve read to date. Maybe it’s because it was... See more
Actual rating 2.5 stars.

Such an amazing concept – the Matched trilogy has hues of ‘The Giver’ and ‘Divergent’ but did not deliver as well as those did. Sad to say, but this series has got to be the lowest rated I’ve read to date. Maybe it’s because it was released at the start of the dystopian craze and marketed towards a tween demographic, leaving me feeling like I’d read it all before and the immature narrative tone felt boring.

I didn’t know what to expect going into the series because of such mixed ratings on Goodreads and from my friends, so I took it on faith of Ally Condie’s popularity as an author.

I guess the best way I can sum this series up is ‘soft,’ having all the elements to make a great dystopian, but not quite hammering them home for me. The pacing felt slow to start with, though the descriptions of the landscape are inspiring, the story lagged. The poetry elements were also lost on me – I skipped over every one of them.

Each book seemed to be an improvement on the last; especially in terms of character development and pacing. Though I can say I was never sure where this story was going to go. No because of predictability, but because of its narrative style. The changing perspectives and what felt like a lack of direction left my interest waning several times. The world-building felt over simplified and at times waffly. There felt like a compulsion from the author to pair all the characters up too. It was too nice for a dystopian series. I wanted more grit, higher stakes for the characters and the world.

I supposed ‘stylized’ is the best way to describe the treatment of this trilogy. While it was entertaining, the characters took a while for me to care about, I was frequently bored or frustrated. And ultimately, upon finishing the series, I did not feel satisfied. Book 1 ‘Matched’ dealt with escape; Book 2 ‘Crossed’ with a battle for survival in the wilderness; and ‘Reached’ turned out to be a rebellion… fought in a Lab. It wasn’t cohesive and felt like an author’s first draft.

The elements of medical science and technology were really interesting and I would have liked them more in the forefront of the plot (with details – many times the details were skipped over or dumbed down.) As too with the survival aspects – fighting in a war and trekking across inhospitable landscapes. I love these aspects, but wasn’t lead to feel like they were desperate an on the brink of death – which they were.

I did like the covers, the simplicity and symbolism. They definitely drew me in. The collection as a whole blended well together aesthetically. Large readable font in the hardback boxed set that I purchased. The cover art definitely lead me to believe there would be a heavier sci-fi element than was represented.

So a great premise, but lukewarm delivery for me. Sadly the trilogy took a slow downward slope to disappointment. Not a collection of books I’d recommend. :(
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Stephanie Eglantina Reynoso Pimentel
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I loved it!
Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2013
Book 1: I would like to start by congratulating Ally Condie in doing such an amazing job with this book. I think that it was very well written and I can see why Disney has purchased the rights for the film adaptation. Even though at the moment, the majority of the... See more
Book 1:
I would like to start by congratulating Ally Condie in doing such an amazing job with this book. I think that it was very well written and I can see why Disney has purchased the rights for the film adaptation. Even though at the moment, the majority of the books I am reading are in the YA category and these are indeed the ones I most enjoy reading, I have noticed that YA novels (especially from the dystopian genre as this one is) are not as poetically elaborated as books like "Warm Bodies" and this one were.

I actually finished it in one sitting. The events in the story unfold at a very quick pace, which I love in a book because it keeps me entertained and fully engaged.

Although many people have described this novel as being very original, I kind of found it to be very similar to "Farenheight 451"! I was actually very intrigued about the death process for the elderly in this society, which reminded me somewhat about the culture of the Eskimos. After you finish reading this novel, you can check a little reference of this and get a sense of what I am talking about: [...]..

The story is set within a dystopian world in which your choice about everything has been taken away from you. Even in matters of the heart you must marry whom the society has chosen for you, hence the name of the novel, "Matched". The female protagonist (Cassia) is matched with two individuals though, and she must decide which path to take. The only thing I am going to say about this is that the love triangle in this story is complicated even for me as a reader. I think it is the first time I experience my soul being played tug of war with. I felt like my heart was being torn in two as I read about each of the male characters, because they were both so freaking awesome that by the end of the book I was just resigned to the two of them. So Cassia, do all of us a favor and just marry both please!

I give it five stars and I would definitely recommend this book to all YA and dystopian novel lovers!

Book 2:
Well done Ally Condie! This second installment was even better than the first! There was a more profound description of the characters and of the world itself, with the introduction of new concepts like the "reclassification".

I loved the new way in which the story was narrated, now not only by Cassia, but from Ky''s perspective as well.

And I must clarify that although I love Ky, I am Team Xander!

Book 3:
Oh my goodness! Reached was amazing! All I am going to say about the ending is that it is a happy one! Although I wish she would have ended with the boy I loved! Oh well, at least she was consistent.

There was so much poetry in this novel, that I had a hard time choosing which phrase I loved the most, but in the end I am going to stay with: "Anna embraces them both, and for a moment they are a little family, three generations, connected not by blood but by journeys and farewells". The reason why I loved this phrase so much is because I completely agree with the fact that many times there will be people in our lives that are more dear, special and important in to us than our family simply because of all the experiences that we may share with them.

One thing I did not like about this book though, were the kisses between the characters and others that were not their true loves. I felt that there was a lot of cheating and although in a sense this is a realistic portrayal of teenage love experiences since it is a time in which they are still adventuring and discovering themselves sexually and romantically, it was not realistic in the portrayal of the reactions of the characters that were cheated on. I mean puh-lease! Who can say that in their teenage years or in any other stage of their lives were cheated on and then reacted with understanding instead of anger or jealousy! Bull-#$%^!

Either way, this was my favorite novel! Ally Condie made me fall in love with both male protagonists in such a way that every time I felt like I was leaning more toward any one of them, she would make the other one do or say something that would make me empathize with him! So yes, my heart was ripped in two by both Xander and Ky. In the end though, Xander won the battle! <3

Also, there were many things that I was able to predict from the beginning of the Trilogy. Like for example, Matched at least to me, was very similar to the Hunger Games in the sense that both sides of the war seemed to be using the characters. I also seemed to have a feeling that her grandfather and her (Cassia), had more to do with the rising and the matching of her with two boys than they realized. But for this you will have to read the book because I will not give it away!

Once again I must say that I truly cannot wait to see this trilogy on screen! I think it will play out beautifully!
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Crystal
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great Series
Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2016
After reading and rereading the Hunger Games and Divergent series a hundred times I was looking for something that would be similar and not a knock off. This series really pull me into the story, made me fall in love with the characters, the world, and time they lived in.... See more
After reading and rereading the Hunger Games and Divergent series a hundred times I was looking for something that would be similar and not a knock off. This series really pull me into the story, made me fall in love with the characters, the world, and time they lived in. I would recommend this to anyone who likes to escape reality, government conspiracies, and loves triangle love stories.
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Great Story!!
Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2014
This is the best story Ive read since The Hunger Games. It keeps you interested from the start to finish. I do have to say there is times that I get upset with some of the choices that are made but it is so much like real life that its expected, without those choices it... See more
This is the best story Ive read since The Hunger Games. It keeps you interested from the start to finish. I do have to say there is times that I get upset with some of the choices that are made but it is so much like real life that its expected, without those choices it would seem fakeish/movieish/bookish/storyish instead of the super good read that it is. It is a great story and if you like The Hunger Games you will like this....and No its not about a game of skills but it is about people trying to survive which is how that two storys are similar. Anyway I really like the collection and I hope you do too. And the best part of getting it on the kindle was I got all 3 books in one group instead of paying for 1 at a time.
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christyanne zlotowski
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Mediocre
Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2019
The first book interested me most. As the books continued, I waited for a big climax that never came. It just felt like it was dragging on forever to finish. I kept waiting for a change. Waiting for cassia to maybe switch to fall for Xander or ky to fall in love with indie... See more
The first book interested me most. As the books continued, I waited for a big climax that never came. It just felt like it was dragging on forever to finish. I kept waiting for a change. Waiting for cassia to maybe switch to fall for Xander or ky to fall in love with indie and ditch cassia. The plague and the pilot story had no big climax either. It just rambled on. The only big climax at the end was remembering the red garden day, which was nothing that great.
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Molly
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Great trilogy
Reviewed in the United States on April 29, 2020
I loved this futuristic political book. It was also family-friendly read and don''t regret my purchase. #Ky&Cassia #Eli #Vick #Lei&Xander
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Mel
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Great concept teen/young adult read
Reviewed in the United States on April 18, 2014
As far as young adult/teen books go this one has some interesting concepts. Following the trend of The Hunger Games and Divergent, these books are quasi-adventure novels meant to challenge the concept of a perfect society and asks the reader to consider free-will. It has... See more
As far as young adult/teen books go this one has some interesting concepts. Following the trend of The Hunger Games and Divergent, these books are quasi-adventure novels meant to challenge the concept of a perfect society and asks the reader to consider free-will. It has similar features to Lois Lowry''s "The Giver" and Ray Bradbury''s "Fahrenheit 451" and has the reader questioning a life without variation, access to history and knowledge, and the inability to make choices.

The first 2 books demand your attention, however, in the third the author focuses on the character emotional relationships and you lose the stories big picture.
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D Shipley
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
High expectations, sloppy romance that made me want to move on.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 28, 2013
Hearing great reviews about these books from friends I was highly encouraged to read this series. Loving the whole dystopian genre, I plunged straight into the idea of having your life controlled for you from birth. The Matched trilogy focuses on the main character of...See more
Hearing great reviews about these books from friends I was highly encouraged to read this series. Loving the whole dystopian genre, I plunged straight into the idea of having your life controlled for you from birth. The Matched trilogy focuses on the main character of Cassia who lives in a "perfect" world where everything is decided by the Society. Even when she reaches the age to be matched, the many factorials are carefully sorted for optimal results. When a glitch in the seemingly perfect system appears, it leaves Cassia to wonder if the Society really is all it has been built up to be. She meets Ky, an outcast aberration, whom she has confusing and romantic feelings for, even though she has been matched with her childhood best friend, Xander. She soon decides she wants to make her own choices for what she can and can''t do. Being a novel focused mainly on romance I was skeptical at first but I was assured by friends that there was the subtle undertone of the love triangle. I''m not afraid of romance type books but this one really pushed it a bit far for me. The character of Cassia seemed to really get on my nerves after a while and it seemed that every other thing she did in the story line was predictable after the first book. The ending of ''Reached'' for me was not really adequate for me and I would have liked something a bit more substantial. HOWEVER, it may seem as if I''m slandering off this series but don''t fret. I do have good things to say about this trilogy. The idea was played very well in these novels and the world building was spectacular and really reflects Ally Condie''s writing style which is really good. Overall this serious was really good but definitely overplayed the romantic vibes, but perhaps that''s just me being a guy.
Hearing great reviews about these books from friends I was highly encouraged to read this series. Loving the whole dystopian genre, I plunged straight into the idea of having your life controlled for you from birth. The Matched trilogy focuses on the main character of Cassia who lives in a "perfect" world where everything is decided by the Society. Even when she reaches the age to be matched, the many factorials are carefully sorted for optimal results. When a glitch in the seemingly perfect system appears, it leaves Cassia to wonder if the Society really is all it has been built up to be. She meets Ky, an outcast aberration, whom she has confusing and romantic feelings for, even though she has been matched with her childhood best friend, Xander. She soon decides she wants to make her own choices for what she can and can''t do. Being a novel focused mainly on romance I was skeptical at first but I was assured by friends that there was the subtle undertone of the love triangle. I''m not afraid of romance type books but this one really pushed it a bit far for me. The character of Cassia seemed to really get on my nerves after a while and it seemed that every other thing she did in the story line was predictable after the first book. The ending of ''Reached'' for me was not really adequate for me and I would have liked something a bit more substantial. HOWEVER, it may seem as if I''m slandering off this series but don''t fret. I do have good things to say about this trilogy. The idea was played very well in these novels and the world building was spectacular and really reflects Ally Condie''s writing style which is really good. Overall this serious was really good but definitely overplayed the romantic vibes, but perhaps that''s just me being a guy.
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Really great! Vraiment bien!
Reviewed in Canada on June 11, 2013
If you liked Hunger Games, you''ll probably like Matched! The trilogy is set in a futuristic world completely controlled by the Society; your life partner through the number of hours of exercises to do in a day, the meals you eat ........ EVERYTHING is controlled and planned...See more
If you liked Hunger Games, you''ll probably like Matched! The trilogy is set in a futuristic world completely controlled by the Society; your life partner through the number of hours of exercises to do in a day, the meals you eat ........ EVERYTHING is controlled and planned to be as close as possible to a perfect society ... Until one day, an'''' error'''' occurs and change the live of Cassia, the heroine of the novel. So, questioning, rebellion, love triangle, choice and definitely a lot of actions create, in my opinion, this awesome trilogy. A must read! * * * * * Si vous avez aimé Hunger Games, vous aimerez probablement Matched! La trilogie se situe dans un monde futuriste entièrement contrôlé par la Société; de votre partenaire de vie en passant par le nombre d''heures d’exercices à faire dans une journée, au repas que vous mangez........ TOUT est contrôlé et planifié afin d''être le plus près possible d''une société parfaite...Jusqu''au jour où, une ''''erreur'''' se produit et change la vie de Cassia, l''héroïne du roman. Du coup, remises en question, rébellion, triangle amoureux, choix et définitivement beaucoup d''actions font, selon moi, une excellente trilogie. À lire!
If you liked Hunger Games, you''ll probably like Matched! The trilogy is set in a futuristic world completely controlled by the Society; your life partner through the number of hours of exercises to do in a day, the meals you eat ........ EVERYTHING is controlled and planned to be as close as possible to a perfect society ... Until one day, an'''' error'''' occurs and change the live of Cassia, the heroine of the novel.

So, questioning, rebellion, love triangle, choice and definitely a lot of actions create, in my opinion, this awesome trilogy. A must read!

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Si vous avez aimé Hunger Games, vous aimerez probablement Matched! La trilogie se situe dans un monde futuriste entièrement contrôlé par la Société; de votre partenaire de vie en passant par le nombre d''heures d’exercices à faire dans une journée, au repas que vous mangez........ TOUT est contrôlé et planifié afin d''être le plus près possible d''une société parfaite...Jusqu''au jour où, une ''''erreur'''' se produit et change la vie de Cassia, l''héroïne du roman.

Du coup, remises en question, rébellion, triangle amoureux, choix et définitivement beaucoup d''actions font, selon moi, une excellente trilogie. À lire!
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pour ceux qui aiment les films catastrophes parlant d''une contamination
Reviewed in France on November 1, 2019
pour ceux qui aiment les films catastrophes parlant d''une contamination. J''ai été déçue par ce livre, car je m''attendais plus à une histoire d''amour, et en fait, bien que l''idée de départ soit séduisante - une société qi contrôle tout, vous évalue constamment, vous choisit...See more
pour ceux qui aiment les films catastrophes parlant d''une contamination. J''ai été déçue par ce livre, car je m''attendais plus à une histoire d''amour, et en fait, bien que l''idée de départ soit séduisante - une société qi contrôle tout, vous évalue constamment, vous choisit votre travail et votre partenaire- cela tourne vite à une histoire de contamination. Le rythme est lent. Ca parle peu d''amour finalement - des ados qui s''aiment alors qu''ils se voient une fois tous les 6 mois, bof...J''ai trouvé ça très très longuet. J''ai regretté d''avoir acheté la trilogie. Ca pourrait tenir largement en 1 seul livre.
pour ceux qui aiment les films catastrophes parlant d''une contamination. J''ai été déçue par ce livre, car je m''attendais plus à une histoire d''amour, et en fait, bien que l''idée de départ soit séduisante - une société qi contrôle tout, vous évalue constamment, vous choisit votre travail et votre partenaire- cela tourne vite à une histoire de contamination. Le rythme est lent. Ca parle peu d''amour finalement - des ados qui s''aiment alors qu''ils se voient une fois tous les 6 mois, bof...J''ai trouvé ça très très longuet. J''ai regretté d''avoir acheté la trilogie. Ca pourrait tenir largement en 1 seul livre.
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Kid love these books! Thank you.
Reviewed in Canada on January 18, 2020
Very interesting books. Kid loves them.
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