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Cover Reveal: Reached (Matched #3)

Check out the cover for book 3 in the Matched (Ally Condie) series...





It's sad for me to admit this, but I have the other books sitting on my shelf, untouched. BUT, my BFF just told me how much she loves these, so I think I'll start reading them soon. She's pressuring me on Facebook, so I better get on it. 

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  1. Beautiful cover! I loved Matched - Crossed was a typical 2nd book in a trilogy to me - very much a filler. Nothing too exciting happened in it. But I think it set up for a very exciting conclusion in the third book :)

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  2. I have to agree with Sarah-- the first book rocked and the second one was a bit of a let-down, but I am still excited for the last in this series and I think that the covers are absolutely brilliant, with the girl first struggling to get out of the glass shell, then she smashes it and then she gets out! Awesome idea :)

    Lea @ LC's Adventures in Libraryland

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  3. That would not be me. I only halfway liked Matched. I didn't even read Crossed. I'm waiting for the whole series to get out, then maybe I'll finish it. But, part of the reason I don't think I liked Matched was because I listened to it on audio. I don't like audio books. So I might need to read the whole series.

    Heather

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  4. Oooh! LOVED book one...have book two in the TBR....and now uber excited to know that there's gonna be another! Fab cover too....gotta love them all....
    thanks for the reveal! Happy reading.... (oh yeah, and you need to pick up book one at the very least...STAT! ^_^)

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  5. Heather... I cannot stand audiobooks. They just ruin the experience for me. I 100% agree.


    All the other comments make me anxious to start this series. As soon as I finish Spellcaster, I am on it!

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