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Atlantia (Book 1) di [Condie, Ally]
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“Utterly captivating. A heroine unlike any I’d met before, a setting I’d never glimpsed, a story I’d never imagined. Atlantia is fresh, wild, and engrossing. I love Ally Condie.” —Shannon Hale, award-winning, bestselling author of Austenland and Dangerous

“A gorgeous, crumbling underwater world, a murder mystery, a sweet romance, a sinister plot, long-protected secrets… they’re all here! But what made us love this new stand-alone from talented Ally Condie? Rio. She’s a strong, brave, self-sacrificing heroine who never gives up.” —Justine Magazine
 
“Condie brings tremendous depth to her world-building, finding terrific details in a culture created both to help people survive, and to perhaps keep them under control.” —Salt Lake City Weekly

"A fast-paced fantasy adventure tale in a richly drawn dystopian future . . . this is a title that’s sure to be immensely popular with teens." —School Library Journal

“Each mystery leads into another, and Condie keeps readers guessing to the end.” —Shelf Awareness


Praise for the International bestelling Matched trilogy:

"This futuristic fable of love and free will asks: Can there be freedom without choice? The tale of Cassia's journey from acceptance to rebellion will draw you in and leave you wanting more." —Cassandra Clare, New York Times-bestselling author of The Infernal Devices and The Mortal Instruments series

"A superb dystopian romance." —The Wall Street Journal

"The hottest YA title to hit bookstores since The Hunger Games." —Entertainment Weekly

"A fierce, unforgettable page-turner." —Kirkus Reviews, starred review

"Condie's enthralling and twisty dystopian plot is well served by her intriguing characters and fine writing....Cassia's metamorphosis is gripping and satisfying." —Publishers Weekly, starred review

"Condie’s prose is immediate and unadorned, with sudden pings of lush lyricism [and] reveals seeming to arrive on almost every page." —Kirkus Reviews, starred review

"Distinct...authentic...poetic." —School Library Journal

"Love triangle + struggle against the powers that be = perfect escape." —MTV.com

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Set within a civilization that lives deep beneath the sea, twin sisters, Rio and Bay, are about to make the most important decision of their lives.

Will they choose to stay Below, sacrificing their soul but living in happiness, or to go Above, keeping their soul but living in weakness and misery.

No one could have predicted their choice.


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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
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  • Lunghezza stampa: 319
  • Numeri di pagina fonte ISBN: 0606375767
  • Editore: Penguin (6 novembre 2014)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B00L9NE1ES
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Amazon.com: 3.8 su 5 stelle 175 recensioni
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
2.0 su 5 stelle Not what I had thought at all 29 novembre 2015
Di Leria Draven - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
If you're thinking this book is about sirens aka the mermaid type...WRONG. That was my original thought when I found this book. There are NO mermaids in this book. NONE. It's about two worlds divided by the sea, one in a bubble below, the other a normal world above, and the secrets they hold, and let me tell you...it's a snore. The book at first is a bit interesting as there's some cool mysterious stuff going around, and then BOOM. Drops like a rock and it gets boring, quick. This book took me forever to read due to how boring it all gets and I decided to speed read the ending.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Interesting concept, under developed. Review written by an author. 7 giugno 2015
Di Kindle Customer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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The first chapter was great and totally hooked me. Betrayed by your twin sister? Can't begin better than that. However, as it went on I found myself not really attached to Rio (btw we didn't find out her name until chapter 3 I think?) We found out quickly that Rio wasn't actually betrayed, her sister is good. Better than Rio. Than why shouldn't care more about Rio than i do about bay? Maybe it should have been bays story. But it was Rios and I can accept that.

The world was cool and that's what kept me hooked. The first half of the book was slow and repetitive. The romance was dull. I get the emphasis on family but why not have the best of both worlds?

When the deep market flooded I became interested. That was the mid-reversal point. When the s*** hits the fan and nothing that was planned is going to be possible now. Then things got sucky again.

Rio makes it up with true (I hate condie's character names btw) and the above is nothing like what I think it will be. It's messy, chaotic, unlikable, un-enchanting.

The voices in shells are one among many corny things. I guess it was YA but not meant for little kids. The first person present tense voice didn't resonate with me. I found it distracting.

And did it bother anyone else that we have NO idea what Rio looked like? I get wanting the reader to identify with their own imagined image but give me SOME kind of direction.

Anyway, 4 stars for concept and the last half. 4 stars for description and unique concept.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Beautiful, this book was beautiful 30 giugno 2015
Di Nichole M. Donche - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Beautiful, this book was beautiful. Some of the reviews state that the main character is selfish and she is in a way, but I think that's what intrigued me about her. She wasn't perfect, she knew she wasn't and in fact she knew at parts of the book she was selfish. But what i really liked about her character was how she overcame these flaws, she didn't lose them all but she saw viewpoints through others eyes and realized why what mattered to them actually mattered to them and seeing this it brought down a lot of her selfishness. I liked that, I liked reading a character that wasn't like every other main character I've read. One that wasn't an automatically selfless and perfect person. I liked seeing her growth and understanding of her own flaws as well as her strives to overcome them.
There is a fair amount of mystery in the book and the end result while not completely unexpected was executed so nicely that I didn't mind how it wrapped up. Now I'm a character driven reader but if you like reading detailed settings and unique atmospheres this book has that. This isn't a "traditional" adventure book if you don't like inner dialogue and want tons of action and romance it isn't for you. The romance while nice isn't the point of the story and isn't as involved as other stories and the action is limited the story focusing more on mystery.
If I had any complaints it would be her view on the character Marie, but again its hard to complain because the main character Rio doesn't do exactly what you want and I think that makes her feel more real.
Basically if you like Ally Condie's previous books you'll like this one and if you've never read any others this isn't a bad one to start with.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Okay 9 febbraio 2015
Di Teacher - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Hmmmm... What did I think of this one? I read it all in the span of a few hours one night so I could pass it along to my sister for book club. Reading it all in one sitting, I never lost interest. The plot got a little slow in the middle, but nothing major.

This story is about Rio, a girl who lives in the underwater world of Atlantia, but who has always longed to move above. After the death of their mother, Rio's twin sister, Bay, begs her to stay below at the choosing ceremony and she obliges. However, Bay chooses to go above, leaving her sister no explanation. Discovering why Bay left was interesting to me and I wanted to know why.

Rio begins planning an escape to go above and find out why her sister left, but more secrets and mysteries become uncovered.

I liked Rio okay and liked her love interest, True, a lot. Maire, Rio's powerful siren aunt, was certainly the most fascinating character. You and Rio don't know whether or not you can trust her nearly the whole story. Characterization overall wasn't a strong point in this story, though.

The world of Atlantia was interesting, although there did seem to be some unanswered questions about it. Why did people live longer down below? Where did their air come from? I wasn't sure until the very end of the story if the book was meant to take place in our world and at what time period it was taking place.

The religious aspect of it was very different. I haven't decided what I think of it. It also seemed to leave unanswered questions about whether or not the religion was true, but in the end, it didn't matter too much. It's very different to have a YA book with such a focus on gods, worship, and miracles.

The strongest part of the story was the plot, mysteries, and the premise. It has a unique basis, with the underwater world, the world above, and the sirens. I didn't feel the "love story" was at all needed, but it didn't detract too much from the main story. The plot and finding out what happened to Bay and her mother kept me reading and engaged in the story.

3/5 stars. I would recommend it if someone were really into sirens, but that's about it.
5.0 su 5 stelle I really enjoyed this book 26 luglio 2015
Di J Felix - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
I really enjoyed this book. I wasn't sure if I would based on some of the reviews, but this one turned out to be pleasantly very well done. The writing reminds me a bit of a throwback to Patricia McKillip in parts of it, in the surreal aspect (though not as poetic) meets science fiction. I'm also not a huge fan of YA, but this was an exception. I have gotten tired of the same old dystopias described over and over (which is why I passed on Matched) but this was different.

The wold was exceptionally well crafted. It's never known if it is earth or not that she is describing, there are hints that it could be, but it isn't ever addressed. I liked the idea of an underwater city, and the logistics of how that worked were interesting, but not tediously done. I enjoyed how much certain aspects were implied, but not stated, which left room for the surreal feeling. The beauty of the place and the story of the family and their sacrifices for each other - especially between the interaction with Rio and her Aunt (the heart of the story I felt). Very well done.
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