The Uglies Trilogy Uglies #1 3

The Uglies Trilogy Uglies #1 3➵ [Reading] ➷ The Uglies Trilogy Uglies #1 3 By Scott Westerfeld ➪ – Heartforum.co.uk This arc of Scott Westerfeld's UGLIES trilogy follows the high tech adventures of Tally Youngblood As an ugly then a pretty and finally a special Tally works to take down a society created to function This arc of Scott Westerfeld's UGLIES trilogy Trilogy Uglies PDF/EPUB ¶ follows the high tech adventures of Tally Youngblood As an ugly then a pretty and finally a special Tally works to take down a society created to function with perfect looking people who never have a chance The Uglies Kindle - to think for themselves.

Scott Westerfeld is a New York Times Trilogy Uglies PDF/EPUB ¶ bestselling author of YA He was born in the Texas and now lives in Sydney and New York City In Westerfeld married fellow author Justine LarbalestierHe is best known for the Uglies and Leviathan series His The Uglies Kindle - next book IMPOSTORS returns to the world of Uglies It comes out September .

The Uglies Trilogy Uglies #1 3 PDF/EPUB Ö The Uglies
  • Boxed Set
  • 1216 pages
  • The Uglies Trilogy Uglies #1 3
  • Scott Westerfeld
  • English
  • 04 June 2014
  • 9781416936404

10 thoughts on “The Uglies Trilogy Uglies #1 3

  1. Cynthia says:

    Wow these books are amazing I guess I'm on a government conspiracy kick lately But really Read these booksUglies The world has been perfected No one is jealous no one has an eating disorder No one goes to unreasonable lengths to be beautiful When you turn 16 you have an operation and magically you're beautiful as well as stronger and disease resistant Tally just wants to grow up have her operation and be a bubble headed pretty like all the rest But how good of a book would this be if everything happened so easily? There are a group of dissenters who can give status uo a run for its moneyPretties Finally having had the operation Tally and her friends are New Pretties and partying up a storm But some don't find being pretty as satisfying as others This is Brave New World for a new generationSpecials Being special is so much icier than being Pretty Not only do you have super strenth power and reflexes but you also have the power that comes with being in chargeAnd don't forget the 4th book in the trilogy seriously why can't they just call it a series and not a trilogyExtras It's been a few years since the mind rain Everything is different But some things are the same

  2. Michelle says:

    We've now crossed over to YA territory The series is about Tally Youngblood who lives in a society that makes everybody pretty on their 16th birthdays Before that teens are called uglies and children littlies Tally meets a girl named Shayla who tells her that there is a secret society of people who opted not to be made pretty and that there might be some sinister stuff happening underneath all the symmetrical features and glittering parties on the Pretty side of the riverThere is a lot of adventure here girls at least before the change are shown as intelligent and capable and athletic able to figure out complex puzzles Some of the messages lack subtlety even for young adults but the uestions and issues raised are good ones Is being gorgeous the most important thing? How pretty is pretty enough? Why are girls taught to look up to vapid girls with not a thought in their pointy heads? Would you betray someone to escape a life of being considered less than perfect?The first book Uglies is the best one in my opinion but it ends in a way that justifies a seuel The seuel gives us a chance to go into the world of the Pretties which I think most girls even level headed ones would want to read about We get an idea of just how deep the control is but that even the Pretty people might not be all that happy might understand there's something The Specials while still well written and gripping seems a little like the author wanted Tally to try on all the hats The Specials are a secret group that exists to police the populaceIn the words of Gaston in Beauty and The Beast It's not right for a woman to read Soon she starts getting ideas and thinking

  3. Brianna says:

    I love this series They are so interesting The Uglies is set in the future and looks back to our current time as being savage and outdated It's makes you look at the way we live our lives now right now when we are at the peak of technology and culture One of the best thing about this trilogy is that there is no simple good and evil In the first book you think the good and evil is clear but then in the second book things change and the good is not purely good and the evil not purely evil In fact it seems as though the evil is working for the greater good Or is it? Because once again in the third book the world turns on its head and a whole new level is added The story just keeps building on itself and switching and twisting and turning Everything is complicated and there is no pure good or pure evil everything is mixed and everything has conseuences It's freaking fantastic This series is one of my new favorites It's so creative and interesting There is never a dull moment the story line is always moving always climaxing always changing I recommend to everyone Everyone

  4. Jessica T says:

    I loved this series Some of the coolest books i have come across What with the entire mindset and all Every one is apparently born ugly They are taught to hate themselves Then when they come of age everyone is given a large amount of plastic surgery to make them Pretty I loved the plot of the entire series from where tally starts out just like all the other uglies to having to make a choice about whether to turn in her friend or not get the surgery and then being forced to turn and just jeez this review is so confusing sorry but just READ IT Oh and then of course there is all of the high tech future gadgets and the love triangles and on and on and wow just awesome I dont even feel like actually giving you all the story line but im sure many of the other sane reviews will tell you what u need to know

  5. Jess the Shelf-Declared Bibliophile says:

    Check out my reviews on the main page of each individual book

  6. Carlin says:

    I wish I could give this series a higher rating I LOVED Uglies I was intrigued by the idea of a society where everyone got surgery at a certain age to make them all beautiful Uglies was really interesting and set up a good story line Pretties the seuel wasn't as good as Uglies but I also thought it was intriguing But the last book Specials was terrible It was the same story as the first two with just a few twists and it had gotten old by that point I didn't like the ending at all I would recommend reading Uglies because it really was good And maybe Pretties Then just go ahead and make up an ending in your mind because I'm sure it's better than what the author came up with

  7. Mary says:

    I read the first book as a part of a book club I would say that it is a great read for a 14 year old girl which is why I rated it with 25 stars However I a 25 year old girl wasn't interested in the plot was annoyed by the protagonist and was not drawn in by the style of writing I have no intentions of seeing the series through to the end but I know some young girls who may in fact enjoy it and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend they give it a shot As for adult book clubbers I would recommend choosing a different book

  8. Amy says:

    The Uglies Trilogy contains three stories about the same character Tally as she finds her place in a post apocalyptic earth A biochemical weapon went out of control and invested the world's oil supply destroying life in the process Now controlled cities with extreme rules on physical appearance are the name of the game In the first book The Uglies Tally watches as all her friends turn 16 and get the extreme plastic surgery to become Pretties As an Ugly she can't wait Until she meets a new friend that is considering an escape from the surgery and the city Tally is blackmailed into following her to the settlement of runaways called Smoke and learns the truth about the Pretty operationIn the second book the Pretties Tally struggles to come to terms with her new look and life in Pretty Town the parties and the adventure while there is still a nagging reminder of what she left behind in Smoke In the third book The Specials Tally is recruited and subseuently given superhuman bones abilities immune systems etc to join an elite organization and root out dissidents once and for all Yes it becomes difficult to figure out what side Tally is on in each chapter Another difficulty is Westerfeld's obsession with hoverboard chases Yes hoverboards are cool and dangerous get over it Another frustration I felt towards Westerfeld was that the plot was too similar from book to book There was so much potential for story in the world that he created I just wished for I don't give a book two stars lightly I would recommend it to kids for sure its pretty cool It will make an exciting movie

  9. Katie S says:

    Tally the main character is living in a world where the goal is to become pretty Until Tally turns 16 she lives in dull Uglyville The book Uglies tells of Tally's journey to become prettified and her friend Shay's fight to escape the pretty operation This book is hard to describe so I recommend reading it for yourself This is the same with the other books in this series Pretties and Specials Please just read them i cant think of anything to say about the books sorry

  10. Monica says:

    Would love to go back and read these books again for the first time Loved them

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