Everything in this book revolves around those three small, seemingly insignificant words. At first when Cassia reads the illegal poem her grandfather gave her before his death, she is frightened of what might happen if she was caught, and so she burns them. But then she starts wondering about the Society, whether having choices made for you, even if the results are good and lead to a happy life, is right. With Ky at her side, sharing her secrets and hidden thoughts, her life begins to spiral out of control as she begins her own personal rebellion against the Society.
When I first started reading Matched it immediately caught my interest, the Society intrigued me, as did Cassia's life, I always looked forward to picking it up, but as it went on I found myself more and more pulled into the story, and the characters, needing to know what happened next, until finally I find it nearly impossible to put down. I've finished it, but I want to pick it up and read it again, or better yet, read the next book! I loved it through and through!
Well developed world