União

Uni o Cassia sempre confiou nas escolhas dos Funcion rios um pequeno pre o a pagar por uma vida longa um emprego perfeito um companheiro ideal Quando o seu melhor amigo aparece no ecr da Uni o Cassia tem

  • Title: União
  • Author: Ally Condie
  • ISBN: 9789895577842
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cassia sempre confiou nas escolhas dos Funcion rios um pequeno pre o a pagar por uma vida longa, um emprego perfeito, um companheiro ideal Quando o seu melhor amigo aparece no ecr da Uni o, Cassia tem a certeza absoluta de que ele o certo at ao momento em que v um outro rosto aparecer no ecr , por breves instantes, antes de este ficar negro Agora Cassia v se coCassia sempre confiou nas escolhas dos Funcion rios um pequeno pre o a pagar por uma vida longa, um emprego perfeito, um companheiro ideal Quando o seu melhor amigo aparece no ecr da Uni o, Cassia tem a certeza absoluta de que ele o certo at ao momento em que v um outro rosto aparecer no ecr , por breves instantes, antes de este ficar negro Agora Cassia v se confrontada com escolhas imposs veis entre Xander e Ky, entre a nica vida que conhece e um caminho que nunca ningu m ousou seguir entre a perfei o e a paix o.

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    1. As seen on The ReadventurerFirst thing first. I think Ally Condie owes at least half of her seven-figure paycheck to Lois Lowry. The entire dystopian world is lifted directly from Lowry's The Giver. Almost everything interesting in Matched is very familiar - the idea of highly controlled Society (the Community in The Giver), the prearranged Matches, uniform clothing, the pills suppressing emotions, predetermination of everyone's life course, euthanized elderly, regulated personal possessions, th [...]

    2. The fart was this? I juste FART WAS THIS?!That beautiful cover is mean. It drew me right in with its pretty lime green bubble bait of death. Can't help wanting to have some of my favorite color on my reading shelf. Hnnnnng. It said, "READ ME OR I WILL MURDER YOU FAMILY." And I bought it so it'd stop glaring at me in the teeny-bopper section of B&N.I opened Matched, and snails came at me with their shells and antennae of slime and grime and chime and dime. SNAILS EVERYWHERE. I couldn't move, [...]

    3. Official TranscriptsJune 21, 2001 • AOL Chatroom AuthorTalkACondieHottie: Oh my gosh! Lois Lowry! You're actually online!2timeNewbery: Sigh. Hello, AllieondieHottie: It's Ally. With a 'y'!ACondieHottie: I can't believe u forgot! Don't u read my letters?2timeNewbery: I've received them, yesondieHottie: Ur my favorite author! Ur books R so rad!ACondieHottie: Especially The Giver! I love that one! It's so aweum!ACondieHottie: Jonah's world is so neet! I want to write a book just like it!ACondieHo [...]

    4. This book reminds me of Insidious. I borrowed it from the library and watched it with my sister one afternoon, expecting horror greatness. I popped some corn, we bumped elbows and on it went. She grabbed a cushion for safety.While the starting creds are up, I look at the box and say to her, "It's PG-13."She screws up her face. "What?""PG-13," I say. "Look.""Hm." She looks back at the screen, then at the creepy picture of the silhouette monster with big scary claws on the back. "Well, thirteen-ye [...]

    5. 1.5 starsWow. That was not what I expected at all. What a total snorefest. I was prepared to be blown away by the awesomeness hidden in these pages. Instead, I was so so disappointed. Such a shame, because the idea sounded amazing and I was so excited. I was expecting it to be fantastic, but unfortunately, it wasn’t. Not at all. It didn’t even come close to fantastic. Frankly, it was boring. Dull. Yawn-inducing. Every character had less personality than a paper bag. My mind kept dwelling whi [...]

    6. Matched drew me in with it's unique summary and beautiful cover, unfortunately that is where my fascination ended.I wanted to like this book. actually I wanted to love it, but I didn't. I had a very hard time getting though this novel. I even had to take a break from it completely, and I only kept reading because of the encouragement from others that had read it, insisting that it would get better. It didn't get a whole lot better for me.I guess my biggest problem was that I was bored for most o [...]

    7. Soo basic storyline being of a society where officials decide every aspect of a person's life from the big stuff as in who they'll marry (or be 'matched' with) and when they'll die to the little stuff like what they eat, how they dress and their daily routines. The story tells how Cassia is matched to a boy but falls for another and suddenly begins to question the rules of the society, heading as she does so straight into a world of secrets and danger. Great sounding plot, am I right? Too bad it [...]

    8. Book ReviewOkay I promised I'll write an in depth review so here it is and I'll try to not put biggie spoilers. (I'm going to use Q & A style of reviewing this time)What made you pick-up the book?> I actually watched a book trailer in Youtube (the link to that vid was way down there somewhere) so and yeah I got intrigued by that video and then I go to and read reviews about it. I was a bit shock about the mix reviews, some was positive and some was negative. So because of it I think I sh [...]

    9. yeahis is one i might be too old for. a lot of people compare this to The Giver, and i get it, in that they are both these forced-utopias, but then, so is The Stepford Wives, yeah? but since i didn't like the giver, i can't really complain that this was a rip-off, because neither of them did very much for me, so i'm not going to go waving any flags around in either's defense. you are on your own, booksbut if i had tois one may have been slightly more entertaining to me because it was less dated. [...]

    10. Everything in this book is so CLEAN! I loved that. You have to understand, I had a "thing" for utopian societies in high school. BRAVE NEW WORLD, THIS PERFECT DAY, HARRISON BERGERON . . . oh, yes! I've read them all. And what struck me about some of them was that it was supposed to be the perfect, future society, but everyone just seemed so sweaty . . . But not so in the Society. Everything is carefully sanitized. Clothes are clean, or quickly changed when they are not. The world has been cleane [...]

    11. This book is like a long train ride. When I first got on I was like, "Oh man, look at this train! Wow! Look at all the people! *peeping out the windows*, *looking at the scenery*." Then, after about 40 pages I was like, "You know what? This scenery is kind of repetitive. I'm getting kind of bored. Maybe I'll check out the dining car." After a little bit longer, I was second-guessing my decision to take the train at all and wondering about my sanity level. "When is this train ride going to be ove [...]

    12. 5.5 scorching soul-matched stars.Do not go gentle into that good night,Old age should burn and rave at close of day;Rage, rage against the dying of the light."I push myself hard.The words of Thomas poems so wild and beautiful that i keep reapeating them silently as i runDo not go gentle,do not go gentle,do not go gentle,until realization hits me :There's a reason thy didn't keep this poem.This poem tells you to fight."Though wise men at their end know dark is right,Because their words had forked [...]

    13. So I didn't expect them to at all, but a little part of me was really hoping would come to BEA with a stack of galleys for "Mockingjay" the way they did with "Catching Fire." Of course they didn't, they wouldn't want to ruin the end of the trilogy before it's released. But a girl can dream.So, anyway, there was a big gap in my galley pile that could only be filled by some quality YA distopian fiction. When I went to the YA Editors' Buzz panel and heard about "Matched" I thought "Yes! This is wh [...]

    14. I actually quite enjoyed this book.Not because it was a great book per say, but more because it was a very fast and easy read. I did reach page 167 in just a couple of hours.But even tho I enjoyed it, I don't know if I'm intrested enough to keep going with this series.I've heard that the second book is not worth reading since nothing really happens in it, so I did plan to skip it and just read some spoilery review for it but I also don't know feel like picking up the last book in the series.I ju [...]

    15. When I heard Condie's trilogy was being pushed as the next big thing, I instantly expected this to be cheap, tantalizing but empty, and poorly written. Is my faith in the publishing industry that low? Sadly, sometimes yes. Then I met Ally. She's adorable, down-to-earth, and not at all tainted by the buzz. Ever since, I've been anxiously trying to get my hands on an ARC of Matched. I really wanted it to be as good as her publisher thinks it is.I sat down Friday afternoon with my friend's ARC (and [...]

    16. WHAT MADE ME READ THE BOOK?It's a trailer I watched on Youtube, and I was intrigued about it.Matched TrailerAt first, I thought it was just another best friend-loves-best friend-loves-new guy thing. I was right, but not what I expected. It got better and better as I read more.(Note: If you think like a writer, you'll know something that might happen.)The plot reminded me a little of Hunger Games (perfect/imperfect Society, rebellion) but it's still great.In the middle of the book, I just then no [...]

    17. Bitch, puhlEAz! This book is just a crappier, romance-oriented, version of the Giver, and I didn’t even like that one! It has the whole, "We are a perfect Utopian society, with order, and control. Yeah, we don’t tell you much about who we are and what we do, like ever, but none of y’all have turned into Tin-foil Hats, so just continue on with life, and do as we say. Cheerio!” At 16 (I think it's 16, I’m too lazy to go check), there is this Matching ceremony, where teenagers are paired [...]

    18. Really disliked it. I found it espcially hard to believe in her love for (insert forgotten name) as she barely knew him and all that napkin stuff was really cringy. Didn't feel for the guy at all, since all he seemed to want was for somebody to feel sorry for him. I would have prefered it if she'd fallen in love with her best friend but been given a different match. The fact that the matches were so sucessful most of the time was the biggest let down for me. I also disliked how 'deep' we were su [...]

    19. Sometimes I decide that a book isn’t for me based on some silly, almost non-existent reason, and then I stubbornly stick with my decision until something forces me to reconsider. In this case, I avoided Matched like the plague because the entire plot seemed to be based on a love triangle, but I was forced to change my mind when I came into possession of the audiobook. With hours of driving ahead of me, I had no choice but to give it a chance. And I loved it.Matched is extremely character-centr [...]

    20. 3 for enjoyment, 2 for substance.Warning: I'm not sure if this turned out to be a review or a philosophical discussion, or some freaky lovechild of the two.  Bear with me [I'm gonna go with "freaky love child." Why not? Read more HERE.]

    21. I liked this well enough, but feel that it's a little slight in plot and structure; I also wasn't enthralled by any of the main characters. Overall, it's a quick, entertaining read, but not a particularly deep or memorable one. This is one of those rare occasions when the film might actually be better than the book.

    22. “Every minute you spend with someone gives them a part of your life and takes part of theirs.”Originally posted on Stellar Scrutiny Book Blog.I didn't have high expectation coming into this book. This turned out to be a good thing, because I can only imagine how angry I'd be if I thought this book was going to be good wasn't. I wouldn't go so far as to say that this book was terrible, but it just had nothing appealing at all. If you have read The Giver by Lois Lowry, then you would know t [...]

    23. Matched (Matched, #1), Ally Condieتاریخ نخستین خوانش: بیست و دوم نوامبر سال 2016 میلادیعنوان: مجموعه همسان کتاب اول: همسان؛ نویسنده: آلیسون (آلی) کوندی (کاندی)؛ مترجم: محمدرضا قاسمی؛ تهران، آذرباد، 1394؛ در 386 ص؛ شابک دوره: 9786006225753؛ شابک کتاب اول: 9786006225760؛ از مجموعه همسان کتاب اول؛ موضوع: داستانهای [...]

    24. Whilst not a bad book, by any means, I felt as though the plot for this felt a little outdated and recycled from other powerhouses in the dystopian genre. It was interesting to read of a slower-paced, and less action-based, dystopian and yet, for me, this ended up being this book's undoing. I felt like the whole book was waiting to get going. There was no grand climax or sub-plots and the aspects that initially held my interest ended up being overshadowed by the predictable emergence of a love t [...]

    25. Hmm. I was not so crazy about this one. It was alright, just a little bland, I guess?Here's my main problem with it: Right before I read this book, I read Delirium by Lauren Oliver. I don't know which one came out first, but they have very similar plots. 1) Dystopian society in which everyone's fates are planned for them. 2) Main character is a teenage girl. 3) Girl is supposed to marry a boring guy. 4) Girl falls for another, rebellious guy instead.Each has its own original aspects, but they b [...]

    26. This book actually made me feel like I was the one trapped inside the bubble. I wanted to scream, "Run! Can't you people see what's happening? Don't take that pill!" I couldn't breathe until it was over. Very good writing that sucked me in and made me very grateful that I have the freedom to choose what I want to be and do.

    27. If I may be politely honest, I would have to say that this series is one of the dystopians series I liked the least. The concept of the society where everything is controlled, measured and dictated by the government is, I think a good idea. Even the main conflict, when Cassia's chip showed her the face of Ky abruptly and quickly when Xander has already been determined to be her match is fascinating and intriguing and these elements would have already been really useful tools to make a really rea [...]

    28. Once upon a time,There was a girl who wandered through the stacks until she saw the word "Matched" printed on a cover in lime,With a squeal she snatched it down,Admiring the model's gown,In delight she read the back,And Hallelujah - nothing did the description lack,Love, rebellion and more,Surely reading this wouldn't be a chore,So she started out on page one,And immediately she wanted to shoot it with a gun,But bravely she read on,All the while thinking "what a con",The MC had a contrived love [...]

    29. This is my first review so consequently I feel a little anxious.This book was fascinating.I enjoyed every little part of it.I have read quite a few dystopian books but this world-building intrigued me.The characters were interesting and I really enjoyed reading from Cassia's point of view.So Ky KY my poor little baby I literally adore him.He is attractive, appealing, cute, romantic and his past broke my heart I just couldn't get enough of him.The writing style was simple and poetic and I flew th [...]

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