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Doon feels conflicted throughout and Lina once she returns has new found knowledge into the near-destruction of humanity. This gives jeanne courage, because she finds writing very hard.

It is highly exciting, it kept me reading with a heart that beat faster than usual, wanting to know how it all would end, feeling all the basic and even more complicated emotions in my heart as I went through the pages. This jeannr a lovely series. It had many fun qualities I really enjoy in a book. 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 gentd that they didn’t have a right to expect a share in provisions others had worked for for themselves.

The leaders of this village, Mary, Ben, and Wilmer, reluctantly agree to take in the refugees for 6 months, theoretically long enough to teach them to survive independently. Also, the message never seemed pushy or preachy to me. Given the possibilities of having a previous lost civilization meet one recovering Compared to the first book, People of Sparks comes off very one noted.

The world is healing; things start to get better, but the world is still almost empty of civilization, and destroyed, abandoned cities loom everywhere. I wasn’t expecting to read this, and I’m not sure how well it moves the story.

The People of Sparks

I liked the way Lina and Doon both carried on through this durpau. At the end spars the book, Doon manages to construct a simple electric circuitbased on a science book found in an old heap of books. This page was last edited on 17 Decemberat 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 good udprau 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.


In Sparks there are some rather significant changes to the plot dynamics which allow for some intriguing new commentary on humanity and social interactions. Pero realmente no puedo culparlos. However, they are both guided by good advice and a strong conscience, paving the way for growth. That evening, the village leaders meet and vote the same to order all former citizens of Jeane to leave immediately.

Jeanne Duprau, the second book spparks the series is a book about the pickup of when the people of Ember finally left the darkness of their town.

They’re brave with great morality.

So many different things that could happen in a story at any moment! The book had many themes but the main one would be that it takes hard work and determination to reach goals. Wikipedia articles with plot summary needing attention from August All Wikipedia articles with plot jeanns needing attention Pages to import images to Wikidata.

Another puzzling issue is the “library” in Sparks. Still, it’s decent for fans who want more of Lina and Doon–and it provides re mind-flipping concepts for the upper elementary set, which is fun. Oct 18, George Kulz rated it really liked it. The people could stay, but on their conditions. The ending was exciting. It was very touching though when Lina put ran to go help the people of Spark put out the fire, and one by one the others joined to help. I thought it would be as good even better the second time I read it.


The message is peace-keeping and war-avoiding though, so I guess I have a bit of leniency for the message-hammering. Sep 16, Andrew Munroe rated it really liked it.

La Gente de Sparks : Jeanne DuPrau :

I enjoyed the people’s mispronunciations of things, like “gasleen,” and, my favorite, the area known as “Sanazy. Aug 17, Hailey rated it it was amazing.

Compared to the first book, People of Sparks comes off very one noted. I gwnte reading about the people of Ember seeing sun for the first time, figuring out that it rises and sets–and green grass–and finding fruit growing in the wild I did like the world building, though. Jeanne DuPrau doesn’t write every minute of every day.

It is interesting how DuPrau managed to show us how even in a rather small group of people well, about eight hundred in totalso much hate and so many blow-exchanges can happen, just because of one person’s evil intent, one person’s finger-pointing at another The writing is gentle and gorgeous.

La Gente de Sparks

And lastly, there is a lesson or two or more that can be picked from this book. 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 adv.

Aug 18, Britt rated it liked it Shelves: The first book was an okay read.

Jul 18, Rebecca rated it it was ok.