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Extra - Wer kennt dein Gesicht - Scott Westerfeld
Extra - Wer kennt dein Gesicht
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ISBN: 9783551359254 (3551359253)
Publisher: Carlsen Verlag GmbH
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Uglies (#4)
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Mirkat Always Reading
Mirkat Always Reading rated it
3.0 Extras
After having been disappointed in Specials, I was wary of Extras, especially since Westerfeld drops readers into an entirely different setting (a city in Japan) with a new protagonist (15-year-old "ugly" Aya Fuse). For roughly the first third or so, I found myself really disliking Aya, who seems to ...
Line Bookaholic
Line Bookaholic rated it
3.0 #30 - Extras by Scott Westerfeld
Again, I did not enjoy this as much as I had the first time I read it (something like 10 years ago). Aya is annoying as hell, I mean I can’t blame her given the society she lives is but all she cares about is fame and recognition, and it is really something I hate. Tally is not as present in this bo...
The Caffeinated Diva reads...
The Caffeinated Diva reads... rated it
5.0 Extras
Extras is the unexpected final book in the Uglies series, following what was originally touted as a trilogy. The series is set in a dystopian future in which the ideas of beauty and conformity are the central ideals of the society. This book takes place a few years after Tally's story ended and ce...
A Reading Vocation
A Reading Vocation rated it
3.0 Book Review: Extras by Scott Westerfeld
This book is definitely an "extra" in the Uglies canon. As fun as it was to return to Westerfeld's dystopian vision, complete with all the slang (which really gets stuck in your head) and gadgets, the story here wasn't worthy of the setting. While I could relate to Aya's desire to be noticed in a wo...
linakv
linakv rated it
First of all, when I give this four stars, it's in the YA dystopian category. It's not "really liked it" on the level of Hamlet, but in the YA way.But I did really like this. It's way better than the second and the third one, and just as good as the first one. We needed some new characters. Though I...
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