Publish date: November 6th 2006
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Childrens Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: Uglies (#3)
Going on with my re-read of this series because it had been a while. I am really happy I continued on with it, but I did not enjoyed it as much as the first time I read it (just like Uglies and Pretties). I think that Tally is really an annoying character and I don’t like her. I know that people hav...
I have such mixed emotions about this book. It was originally supposed to be the final book in a trilogy, although there is now a fourth book in which Tally appears as a non-central character. So, even though this ended up not being the final book, it is really the final book in which Tally is foref...
What I really admire about this series is that it shows most of the point of views of the world within one character. In Specials Tally is, you guessed it, a Special. The only point of view not covered is the older pretties and the little kids, so it shows the problem with this dystopian world, and ...
Très très chouette fin pour cette trilogie. Dynamique, haletante, extrêmement bien rythmée, très dur à lâcher à vrai dire.Globalement concernant la série c'est une belle surprise. Il m'a fallu du temps pour la démarrer, principalement à cause des titres et couvertures qui laissaient présager un roma...
UGLIES When everyone turns sixteen they change from ugly to pretty by means of advanced surgery. These new pretties are shallow and party all the time in New Pretty Town. Tally is almost sixteen and can’t wait until it’s finally her turn to be pretty. Tally’s best friend turned before her and no...