Last time on Matched.com, Cassia’s issues with officials worsen and Ky continues to be a terrible influence on her.
Last time on Matched.com, the same thing that was happening kept happening.
Last time, Cassia boggles at how smart Ky is for knowing how to draw in dirt.
Last time on Matched.com, Cassia is still obsessing about Ky. Also, she aces a sort, which means…something.
Last time on Matched.com, Cassia is nice and Ky continues to be a nuisance.
Last time on Matched.com, Cassia keeps obsessing about Ky and we find out her family isn’t as law-abiding as they seem.
Last time on Matched.com, Cassia is spineless and finally destroys the poems.
From everything I heard about this book, I assumed the matching plot was the basic story that everything else was added to. I’m starting to suspect it wasn’t. The original seems to be some sort of Giver/Fahrenheit 451 mashup, and then the author was told to stick Ky in there.
One of the things fiction can do is hold up a mirror to society. There doesn’t seem to be any sign of that here. Nor is it just a look at another society for the sake of it – everything about this society invites comparison to our own, but only to congratulate us for being better than them.
Last chapter, weird logic lapses. This chapter, I’m pretty sure Augustus just asked an adult if it was okay for him to disregard Hazel’s sexual boundaries.
Last time, officials turn out to be petty, no one understands DNA, and Cassia continues to plot how to destroy the poems.
Last time, love interest bullshit and Cassia’s scared about the poems.
Last time on Matched.com, Cassia obsesses over Ky for no reason.
Last time on TotallyNotTheGiver, their society/the Society killed her grandfather for being old.