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Die Ankunft - Cassia & Ky 3 (Ungekürzte Fassung)
Die Ankunft - Cassia & Ky 3 (Ungekürzte Fassung)
Die Ankunft - Cassia & Ky 3 (Ungekürzte Fassung)
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Die Ankunft - Cassia & Ky 3 (Ungekürzte Fassung)

Geschrieben von Ally Condie

Erzählt von Josefine Preuß und Jacob Weigert

Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen

3/5

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In den zerklüfteten Schluchten der Canyons hat Cassia nicht nur ihre große Liebe Ky wiedergefunden - sondern auch die Erhebung, eine Untergrundbewegung, die das System stürzen will. Als sich beide der Erhebung anschließen, müssen sie sich jedoch trennen. Ky wird auf einem Stützpunkt in einer Äußeren Provinz zum Piloten ausgebildet und Cassia in die Hauptstadt beordert. Dort trifft sie auf Xander, der als Funktionär für die Gesellschaft arbeitet. Kann sie sich ihm anvertrauen?
Als eine tödliche Seuche ausbricht und die gesamte Bevölkerung zu vernichten droht, muss Cassia eine Entscheidung treffen ...
SpracheDeutsch
Erscheinungsdatum8. Jan. 2013
ISBN9783839840320
Die Ankunft - Cassia & Ky 3 (Ungekürzte Fassung)
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Ally Condie

Ally Condie is the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Matched trilogy. A former English teacher, she lives with her husband and four children outside of Salt Lake City, Utah, and is the founder of the non-profit WriteOut Foundation.

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  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    Reached is one of the best books I have read in a long time – a beautiful combination of action, adventure and romance that took me by surprise - I didn’t like Matched and Crossed that much, in fact, I didn’t like them at all! I think Reached would have been epic as a stand alone novel, it works well on its own and is nice, self-contained story that brings the elements of the trilogy together brilliantly.The biggest factors in my dislike of the previous books of the series were the characters: they were so boring and predictable, and I couldn’t stand Cassia. In this book the characters finally have some agency, and because the three protagonists are separated from one another, they each have independent story lines supplement one another and only come together near the end. I also liked that, unlike the previous books, Reached isn’t primarily about the love triangle between Cassia, Xander and Ky – it’s about the Rising and how everyone deals with all the changes. It’s a refreshing change that finally allows readers to understand the Society and the world that the author has created.Which brings me to the world building. I was impressed by the expansion of the world into new regions, but I was really disappointed we never got to see the Otherlands. I really want to know what the rest of the world is doing. It’s an aspect that dystopian books always leave out – how did the rest of the world allow it to happen, and what are they doing, or not doing, to save the people? One of my favourite aspects was that Ky got to explore so much of the world as a pilot, and we got to see many more cities and provinces. And we even go back to where it all started, albeit briefly.The other thing I really liked about Reached is the scientific aspect of it. It was really interesting to learn about the Plague, its propagation and vaccinations and cures needed for it. It was obvious that the author really did her research, and it showed. The means of dispensing this background is also brilliant: instead of giving us lectures on Epidemiology, Condie reveals aspects of the science through conversation between characters, and the reader is left to connect the dots and arrive at the appropriate conclusions themselves.Reached was a great read, an excellent conclusion to the series, and I am glad I have stuck with it! I think those who love a good dystopian story will enjoy this book, and if reviews of Matched and Crossed have put you off, then at least read this one, because it’s really good!A copy of this book was provided by the publisher for review.You can read more of my reviews at Speculating on SpecFic.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    Once again - YA series where I really liked the first book, the second was ok and the third was a big let down. When one of your main characters (the 'bad" boy) is pretty much in a coma the whole time, the love triangle kinda loses it's steam! Meanwhile the big revolution is a big bore.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Good. A little different than what I expected the 3rd novel in this series to be, but I thought it was a good ending to the series.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    This book was ok I liked the others in the series better. But the ending was ok but not really final for me to sad.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    The trilogy concludes with a race to cure the innocent citizens of a disease unleashed by the resistance but created by Society. Who is to blame for the deaths it causes? Who are the good guys and who are the bad? These are the questions our heroine, Cassia, struggles with as she and her friends try to find a place in the new order of things. A bit melodramatic and highly coincidental (really? a teenaged girl is the key to everything?), but that's to be expected of YA dystopian fiction. This is not the worst example of the genre I've read and it certainly kept me turning pages. The relationships were more realistic and well-developed than some I could name (*cough*Katniss & Peeta*cough*), but still pretty trope-y. It's possible that I'm being more critical than necessary because I'm mildly embarrassed to admit I enjoyed this series.
  • Bewertung: 2 von 5 Sternen
    2/5
    Boring. Disconnected. Disappointing.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    This series has been incredibly spotty for me. I didn't really like Matched, but some weird reason I went ahead and read Crossed. The weirdest part is that I actually really thought that was a great example of what to do in a second book of a trilogy. I was beyond excited to pick up Reached. Here's my biggest problem with this entire series. . . I HATE Cassia. I really do. It's hard to be invested in her because I think she is flighty, dense and somehow remains incredibly naive despite all of the crazy things she goes through. Xander though? I really, really like him. I was thrilled every time a Xander chapter came up. Xander chapters were intense and full of plot development. Cassia's were fluff that I just wanted to rip out and Ky. . .wait, who was Ky again? Kidding. He is just not memorable to me in the slightest and I don't even slightly understand the Ky appeal.

    Overall this book wasn't terrible but it also wasn't anyway near all that I had hoped it would be. If you like Xander even just a little bit then you should read Reached. If not, then you really aren't missing out.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    Ahh such sweet sorrow! I really loved the ending to this series! While this particular book was kind of slow, I have come to love the characters so I didnt mind so much! I gave it 5 stars for the whole series! I would definitely definitely definitely recommend this series to EVERYONE!!!!! I loved the authors use of poetry! Alot of interesting poems in here! Im sad that its over! I will be looking out for more by this author!
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Well, I didn't like Crossed much at all, but I'm glad I picked up Reached. It was only in finishing the trilogy that I saw how much care and planning Condie put into the series. I still feel like the characters were a little too wise for their years, and a couple of parts dragged a little for me, but overall it was a good book. The characters clearly progressed and the story ended really well. I wish I had read the other two more recently, because a few times I couldn't remember who/what the characters were referring to. I think if I could rate the trilogy as a whole, I would rate it higher than I rated each individual book.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    The Good Stuff Nice hopeful realistic ending Condie has a gift for the prose, very poetic Fascinating world building Characters develop maturely Loved how the two boys didn't try to one up each other or fight each other for Cassia - very refreshing I'm sorry I really, really wanted to love this book but I just basically found it meh - like she had to flesh out a two story book into three due to a contract - but her writing is truly beautiful and she is fabulous at character developmentThe Not So Good Stuff I expected better - but after finishing I felt that this series might have been far better as only a two book series Now its been a long time since I read Crossed, but found myself on many occasions being a little bit confused by what was going on (maybe should have reread series again) Many things happen way too conveniently Favorite Quote/Passages "So don't worry if you don't hear from me as often. I'll find my way to you as soon as I can. I have a plan. Ky, I know that you 're going to want to come find me, that you're going to want to save me. But I need you to trust me to save myself.""She tries to explain. "What I'm trying to say is that you've found your way home. You were born to help people, and you'll find a way to do that, no matter where you are. Just like the redfish are born to find their way back from the ocean.""They are in all of us. I believe this. That every person might have a way to fly, a line of poetry to put down for others to see, a hand to heal."Who Should/Shouldn't Read Strictly for those who have read the first two books 3.75 Dewey'sI purchased this at Chapters Shawnessy as I had read the first two books in the trilogy and NEEDED to know what happened
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    I was sort of ho-hum about this entire series. The writing was fairly good but I just didn't get involved with the characters or the plot. As far as Dystopians go, there are much better out there.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    An end to another trilogy. As I've said before, the last book in the trilogy may be the hardest because you now have a following that has certain expectations built up that may or may not be satisfied. I agree with another reviewer who said that this is a nice ending to the story but at the same time, wasn't earth shattering.Reached by Ally Condie is the last book in the Matched trilogy, and we now see the perspectives of all three main characters: Ky, Cassie, and my favorite of the bunch, Xander. This book left off where the second one ended-- the characters are involved in the Rising to overthrow the Society, and each of them takes a path to find a cure for the deadly Plague that has been released into the population. Cassie is a sorter, Xander plays a doctor sort of role, and Ky is a pilot. A bit of a love triangle remains as well as expanded this triangle into a more complicated web. Will they find a cure before it is too late?There were wonderful things about this book-- Condie has a way with words, and her love of literature and poetry once again shines through. Xander, who was already my favorite character in the first two books, now by far outshines everyone else. He grows into a man before our eyes and continuously puts the good of other people before his own. There are some nice twists that I wasn't expecting, and I really appreciated the effort Condie took to make her medical details more accurate. This said, I had some issues with this book. First, the perspectives tended to run together for me-- the voices and prose didn't really change from character to character so sometimes I had to go to the beginning of the chapter to remember who was speaking. Second, the middle dragged a lot. I sometimes had to push myself to finish the book. And lastly, the many romantic entanglements just got tiresome and the fact that it all worked out so "perfectly," was a little unbelieveable.That said, overall, the Matched trilogy is a huge success. Ally Condie is only going to get better, and I'm really looking forward to seeing what she writes next now this trilogy is over.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Since this is the third and final book of the trilogy, I'm going to skip any form of summary and go straight to my thoughts on the series, and this book.

    Obviously, I was hooked after reading Matched, but only sort of. Mostly, I loved the book until I got to the final chapter. Then, I didn't know that it was meant to be a trilogy, but it really could have ended a chapter or two sooner. Despite how much I hated the end, I loved the bulk of the book enough to read Crossed.

    Crossed was awful. I'm sorry, but I felt like it was pointless. It lost the charm and wonder of the first book. There was a lot of walking and a lot of poems and a lot of longing, but not much substance. It was a lot of book to accomplish only two things. I almost didn't read the third book. I gave it two stars and I was being too nice. I was disappointed. Nothing in book 1 suggested a follow up like book 2.

    But when I start a series, I must finish it (unless it's a billon books long like Jacky Faber and Mister Monday, etc). So I read Reached. This book put us back into Society, where we were in the first book (I generally don't like it when books drastically change their setting, which added to my distaste of Crossed).

    Cons: Firstly, I don't think it was at all necessary to go into depth how viruses spread. One, because I think everyone already knows, and two, because even if they don't they get it enough to understand the magnitude of the situation. Not only was virology explained (needlessly), but it was explained, not once, not twice, but THRICE. And the analogy they used to help people along wasn't until the third explanation, and wasn't a good analogy anyway.

    This is basically one of my biggest issues through the whole series: So many words, most of it repeating things we already know, don't care about, or reprinting old poems. I'm a fan of efficiency. The length of the book felt stretched.

    Pros: I really feel like this third book captured the intrigue of the first book. What I like about dystopian books is reading about a society that is not my own. Learning about their customs, and their outliers. Book three showed us a society falling apart, yet we still learned so much about it's inner workings despite that.
    While others have wars and battles to overthrow their dystopian powers, it was more fitting in this society to use a virus. Makes sense. Do I think those characters should have been the most capable to fix everything? No, but they did and that's why the book's written about them. Everything that was introduced felt settled, even if I felt that some of those issues weren't pertinent to the story. :)

    All and all I gave it 4 stars for recapturing all that it lost in book two, which was so far above my expectations (I had heard bad things). It ended well, no loose ends (well...), I was moved, and I was happy for the characters.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    A satisfying conclusion to the trilogy. I loved that the first chapter was from Xander's point of view - I missed him so in the second book!Cassia, Ky and Xander are all working for the Rising in Reached. The Rising has infiltrated the Society and their plan is working perfectly until, of course, something unexpected happens. Everyone works feverishly to save the people of the Society, the Rising and those people who have been banished to the outer provinces.Cassia's skills at sorting; Ky's skills at flying and Xander's skills in medicine all prove needed by the people.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    I liked the direction the book goes and the decisions the characters make. I felt like the ending sort of left you hanging.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    This is the third book in the Matched trilogy. The series is not my favorite dystopian series and this last book sort of dragged on a bit, getting bogged down in what I found to be minor details and repetitive notions; however, I enjoyed the series enough to want to finish it. If you're looking for your first dystopian series though, I'd recommend a few others first.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    This is a series that started strong and had me enthralled from the first book. However, I felt overloaded by the poetry in this novel. It wasn't the poetic quotes I had a problem with, as I felt they were perfect within the story and a necessity to understand the world lacking in the arts, it was the constant inner monologues of the characters. Obviously a book written in first person is bound to have these inner monologues, but I felt that this book had more of what the person was feeling then actual story advancement. I was constantly waiting to know what will be happening. So in that aspect the storyline was great even through the ending. I just wanted more of the story and a little less poetic fluff.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Loved this final book, and Condie's lyrical writing style. Brava to Condie, for maintaining the interest level through 3 books--none of the three was weak, which is unusual with series. I liked the way things turned out for Cassia, Ky, and Xander. I liked the way the story was told from the three perspectives, chapter by chapter. Sometimes, however, the voices of Cassia and Xander sounded too similar and I'd get confused about who was speaking.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    The final book in the Matched trilogy doesn't disappoint; I loved book 1 thought book 2 was OK. The storylines all come full circle and the characters feel so real. I only wish that this wasn't the last book as the plot could have easily carried on into a larger story (hello TV show).
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    In this last book of the trilogy, Cassia, Ky and Xander are in different locations but each is working for the Rising. Cassia is sorting for the Society, Xander is a Physic (like a doctor) and Ky is a pilot. The rebellion comes earlier than I thought it would when a virus starts spreading in the Society. It is the same virus the Society used to kill off it's enemies but it has come home with a vengence. When the Rising sweeps in with a cure, the revolution is very fast and bloodless. But a mutation of the virus arises and threatens to destroy the Rising. I am not going to say anymore about the story because I don't want to give anything away. OMG, I love these books. They are so absorbing. When I started I was reading something else too, but I finished that and read the rest of Reached yesterday. I think the characters have grown, but remain true. As far as loose ends, I think they were all tied up or left for a good reason. This trilogy has action but more than that it makes you think. I could not help but sympathize with all the characters, even some of the not so nice ones. I am sad to see this end, but what a good end.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    I felt conflicted when this book arrived in the mail. On one hand, I had enjoyed the first book in the series, and I was hoping that this book would be of that caliber. On the other hand, Crossed was mediocre at best, and I was concerned that this book might be a waste of limited reading time.Happily, this book is a strong conclusion to the Matched series. Although the love triangle is ultimately resolved (though in a way that seemed a little too convenient), much of the book is dedicated to the Rising and the Plague. The love triangle doesn't take center stage, which I found refreshing and more realistic. I mean, if the only world you've ever known is falling apart around you, I think you may be concerned with more than if the guy you're crushing on likes you. The world of the series is explored more in this book, which is interesting. Many dystopian trilogies focus on the relationships at the expense of the world. There are, of course, things left unknown, but that is life. Altogether, I found this to be a worthwhile book and a good way to wrap up the series.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    In short: Reached by Ally Condie is a satisfactory conclusion to a decent series.I loved Matched when it was released. The world building fascinated me and the writing was exquisite. Its sequel, Crossed, was when I fell out of love with the series. It was at this point that I became a bit frustrated with the lack of any interesting plot, as well as the lack of character development for the main players. Still, the writing was just as beautiful. Unfortunately, Reached is much the same as Crossed in that the plot is boring and even with Xander's point of view added into the mix, I never formed much of a connection with any of the characters. But I still appreciate Ally Condie's poetic writing.Just like with Matched and Crossed, Reached is a very slowly paced book. The slow pacing worked for me in Matched as I loved the time that was put into the amazing world building, but I began to lose my patience with it in Crossed in which the slow pacing was emphasized by a lack of anything particularly interesting going on in the plot. With Reached, it's much the same as with Crossed except instead of 350 pages, it's 500 pages long and all the more boring for it. There was a lot of medical jargon and info dumps that didn't really help matters. As readers, we expect and hope series finales to out with a bang. Unfortunately, very few scenes of significance and impact actually take place in Reached.One of the most important things with the last book in a series is that your questions get answered satisfactorily. In this way, Reached was a success, I suppose. Overall, Reached was a passable conclusion to a decent series that I had unfortunately fallen out of love with. I would recommend Reached to those who have read and liked Crossed as it had a similar feel and tone. Though I was disappointed that the series went out with more of a whimper instead of a bang, I am glad that I saw it through at least.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    Sad to say, but I was a little bored by this book. I couldn't decide between a 2 or 3 star rating, but because I loved Matched so much I'll go with the 2 1/2 stars. There was no real excitement in this one and the end just kind of petered out. It's too bad because I really like the author's writing, and I loved that art and poetry played such an important part in the books, but there was just something missing in the last 2 books. And there wasn't even much chemistry between the 3 leading characters, either. It's a good thing this is the last book, because I wouldn't bother to read a 4th one
  • Bewertung: 2 von 5 Sternen
    2/5
    1.5 stars. The reason it took me so long to finish? It was just mind-numbing! Nothing happened throughout about three quarters of the book and anything of any importance felt like it was crammed in as an afterthought.

    Maybe I didn't appreciate it because I didn't enjoy it, but I don't appear to be the only disappointed reader.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    If I could give half star ratings, I would give Reached 2.5 stars.To recap my thoughts on the first two books: I gave Matched 3.5 stars and found it to be fairly entertaining and enjoyable. I gave Crossed 2 stars and didn't really like it much at all. I have an addiction to these young adult dystopian romances, and I can't stop reading them...even when they aren't very good!That brings us to Reached, the third and final book in the Matched trilogy. This series is about a girl named Cassia who lives in a place called the Society, where everything in her life is controlled by the Society even her future "match." Things get interesting for Cassia when she finds out that she is matched with two boys, Ky and Xander.This final book returns to the story of Cassia, Ky and Xander. They are all secretly working for the Rising and preparing for a rebellion against the Society. A plague breaks out in the Society, which leads the three of them to search for a cure before it is too late.I felt that Reached was slightly better than Crossed, but not by much. I just found the story to be boring, and I didn't care what was going to happen next. I easily could have put this book down halfway through and never give a second thought to what was going to happen next.The love triangle was also dull. It was obvious from the beginning who Cassia was going to pick, so there was no tension at all. I also didn't really like the characters of Ky or Xander much, so it didn't matter to me who she picked.This book is written in first person and shifts points of views between Cassia, Ky and Xander. One of my biggest problems with the book is that every character sounded exactly the same. Since they were all speaking in first person, I had a hard time remembering whose chapter I was reading. Fortunately, they put the name of the character at the top of each page, and I had to reference that constantly.So I don't have much good to say about this book. It was an anticlimactic end to a mediocre series.
  • Bewertung: 2 von 5 Sternen
    2/5
    I could barely finish, but I finished. I was never a big fan of this series, but the way the author incorporated poetry into her story-line and the over-all idea the series represents kept me coming back for each book. I just felt the book was too predictable and dragged out way to long. I gave every book in this series 2 stars because of the author's way with words. I'm just glad it's over.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    While I'm ok with how the love "triangle" ended, I left feeling dissapointed with the rest of it. I was most interested with seeing how the revolution would go, how the society would be dissolved and the opressed citizens and those exiled from the cities would form a new order. I know we are left to infer that a democray has begun and that it will all turn around, but we don't get to see it. It is still a good book, I raced to finish it, but I can only give 3.5 stars because I don't feel enough closure. If there were a future book in the series to explain more of it I would have given it 5. I wanted my ending all spelled out for me and all the questions to be answered and thats just not what Condie did, as many other authors as well. What about the Otherlands??? Are they really there??? I want to know!!!
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    With chapters alternating between Ky, Cassia and Xander, we finally learn the secrets of the Society and the Rising in the end of this trilogy. The Rising has been biding its' time and now, with the arrival of an illness in the various Society regions, finds an opening to come in as saviors. Cassia is still valued for her sorting abilities, Xander moves into a physic (doctor) role and Ky takes to the sky as a pilot. The three characters have evolved quite nicely, but fulfilling various destinies is hard, and things don't go smoothly at all. What started so uniquely in Matched wandered a bit to a long conclusion. That said, I'm glad I read all three, but think the saturation of this style of book may have lessened my overall enjoyment by the end.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    This last installment in the trilogy did not disappoint. I read it it one afternoon. My one critique is that I wish that the characters of Nea Lie and Anna had been better developed. They kind of got thrown in at the end and they had important roles to fill.
  • Bewertung: 3 von 5 Sternen
    3/5
    It took me more than half the book to get into it but I did like the last third or so. Some things were too convenient though.