After leaving Society to desperately seek The Rising, and each other, Cassia and Ky have found what they were looking for, but at cost of losing each other yet again. Cassia is assigned undercover in Central city, Ky outside the borders, an airship pilot with Indie. Xander is a medic, with secret. All too quickl, everything shifts again.
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Published November 13th 2012 by Penguin

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I 'm secretly hoping that the cover ill be Cassia standing outside the sphere in the yello dress Ky drew her in:):) Update: Well, she 's not quite OUT of the sphere, but she sure is in a black dress:) FINISHED REVIEW:3.5 stars.

I 'm glad things ended for him the way they did.I have to dmit that a big part of why th ook is therefor a 4 for me is because I did n't connect with Cassia at all.

I say, realistically, Cassia and Xander are much better suited, which is odd since I really preferred Ky in the past two books.

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At irst I honestly thought that maybe my book was missing several chapters- you know, the chapters where something actually happens- but it turns out that the Rising taking over the Society was just that- nothing.

From the jobs ( still do n't realize what the heck a " sorter " is and why computers ca n't do it) to the " Society " and he " Rising "- everything is just so vague.

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This features more of the same, but I kne it ad a little more action and actual forward motion of the plot to keep me entertained.My problem with this series was that I just ha n't particularl interested in their friendshi.

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I gaine the complexity of this autobiograph, particularl towards the end.

But in his essay, I enjoyed how not everything was as it appear, and the conceptual aspects of some things, like the Pilot.

There ’ s a ton of medical talk in this one, and while I was eager to ventually understand it, not only as it frustrating to have to ge ack and reread parts, but ome people aren ’ t going to fully understand everything.

I ’ d stil recommend this one to those who have read thi next two books and are curious to see what happens, or erhaps the occasional teenager who is just eginning to read YA, but other than thi, this series is pretty meh.

I shoul ’ t hear that I ’ d recommend it to anythin else, even if I did enjoy some aspects of the series. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ( Pre-release thoughts) I hink he cover is pretty nice, although it 's only my favorite cover in the world, and I till like the first cover better.

But I like this cover more than he last book 's.

AND, it 's upposed to be from the POV of XANDER [ yay! ], Ky, and Cassia.

[ Note: Beware of spoilers if you ar n't read Crossed yet! ] What 's up with Cassia at the end?

How does being back in Society help the Rebellion?

Why not just end the book at Ky 's POV?

Why extend the book to Cassia 's POV, giving me a bunch of questions?

What does Cassia feel for Xander?

ill they make this book 's cover pretty?? Yep, Condine has left me with a lot of questions ...

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oved the las two books ca n't wait for this one.P.S. I do n't get why everyone loves Ky and thinks he is the dangerous one.

: ( Review: I like how it ended and I am ok with how it ended for Xander.

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