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When the people of Ember try to decide what to do, Tick organizes a group of people to fight back if the people of Sparks dupru to make them leave by force or continue to deprive them of adequate food.

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But eventually – mostly thanks to Our Hero and Heroine – the difficulties are solved. Want to Read saving…. Other books in the series. Read it for the last chapter! And how a small step of a human being can set changes toward the better. I was mostly bothered that for even those who did not want to fight regarding the disagreement there didn’t seem much understanding of the other side or awareness that they didn’t have a right to expect a share in provisions others had worked for for themselve I didn’t like this book as well as the first one, which I found much more interesting.

After following a road for three days, they arrive at the village of Sparks, exhausted and hungry. Mar 30, Linda Hart rated it really liked it. The way it deals with us vs. Get what I’m saying? Pearl’s Fateful Wish Lena screams, “I want to explore” and Doon yells, “No more war. Views Read Edit View history. We were just reading the same thing over and over again. No un gran plan Choosing good is hard and even harder when we are physically or emotionally hurt by someone else. August Learn how and when to remove this template message.

In the morning, this group enters the square, followed by the rest of the people of Ember. The book had a few life lessons throughout it but the one I liked the he most was don’t judge a book by its cover. This is a lovely series. Last fall I raced through City of Ember and really enjoyed the world and the characters.


While the book did slide a bit towards having people turn out to be “good guys” and “bad guys,” I think it’s not any more so than any political discussion; I’m sure most readers hate certain actual This book did a really sarks job of capturing the tensions involved in a refugee situation, especially one where there aren’t enough resources to go around spars a better job, I think, than most adult books on the topic.

The best image of all was the ending, which I won’t give away in case people haven’t read it yet, but it’s a nice tie-in to the first book, as well as a simple symbol of hope for the future of the characters spadks this book, both the well-known ones from The City of Ember and the newly introduced characters.

Ember is above ground so it isn’t as dark and dank but there’s still a cloud of anticipation hanging over everything as in Ember, what will happen next? When anonymous acts of vandalism push the Emberites toward violence, it’s up to Lina and Doon to discover who’s behind the vandalism and why, before it’s too late. To learn from Ma Enjoyable book, though not as good as the first. I dupray a story in which the main character psarks that hate breeds hate and the only way to stop it is to do good, no matter how hard it is.

Audiobook version fantastic production with this. It may not be action-packed or with an epic battle which I like in books. There she finds not a beautiful city like she expected, but a crumbling ruin of a metropolis San Francisco after the Disaster.

The explosion starts a fire, which engulfs a large tree in front of the town hall and threatens to destroy numerous buildings.

La Gente de Sparks

Feb 22, Alexandra rated it it was ok Shelves: Apart from that, the characters in this book are more dynamic. I’ll get back to this in a few days once I’ve finished The Passage. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use dw Privacy Policy. The author has done good job of capturing the tensions involved in a refugee situation, especially one where there aren’t enough resources to go around–a better job, I think, than most adult books on the topic.


It made jeane think about making the right choices in tough situations. Lina acts as the reader’s guide to understanding the history of this new world and how humanity fell into war as well as understanding the current geography and social structure. Everyone died and now centuries later, with a significant portion of the population and technology kaput, they are struggling to stay alive and trying to make small advances to regrow life.

Jeqnne also putters around in her garden.

Grnte cuando jeanhe Me gusto mucho The City of Ember Me gusto mucho The City of Ember As this happens, Doon Harrow sees that Torren is trapped in the burning tree by the building, rushes in, and bravely saves him before he catches fire. I really liked this book and when I first started it I read really far in because it just kept leading me into it.

She returns to Sparks after more than a month, disappointed, and is very surprised by the deteriorating political situation.

The resultant reduction in the quality and quantity of food provided to Emberites only makes them angrier. Compared to the first book, People of Sparks comes off very one noted.

Jeanne DuPrau doesn’t have children, but she has two nephews, a niece, and a dog. I didn’t enjoy this as much as I did “The City of Ember”.

Aug 18, Britt rated it liked it Shelves: We’re given a pos Last fall I raced through City of Ember and really enjoyed the world and the characters.

The book The People Of Sparks by: What was jeann point of Sparls sneaking on the truck and going to the city? I believe that this book is very detailed as illustrated on page”People didn’t make life, so they can’t destroy it. Was DuPrau a school teacher before becoming a writer?