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Tally is about to turn sixteen, and she can t wait In just a few weeks she ll have the operation that will turn her from a repellent ugly into a stunning pretty And as a pretty, she ll be catapulted into a high tech paradise where her only job is to have funBut Tally s new friend Shay isn t sure she wants to become a pretty When Shay runs away, Tally learns about a whole new side of the pretty world and it isn t very pretty The authorities offer Tally a choice find her friend and turn her in, or never turn pretty at all Tally s choice will change her world forever Uglies


About the Author: Scott Westerfeld

Scott Westerfeld is a New York Times bestselling author of YA He was born in the Texas and now lives in Sydney and New York City In 2001, Westerfeld married fellow author Justine Larbalestier.He is best known for the Uglies and Leviathan series His next book, IMPOSTORS, returns to the world of Uglies It comes out September 11, 2018.



10 thoughts on “Uglies

  1. Meredith Holley Meredith Holley says:

    I need to never run into Scott Westerfeld down a dark alley, or during a Civil War reenactment, or at Charlton Heston s house, or wherever My deep desire not to be arrested for murder would have an epic battle with my need to reach for a weapon when I see his stupid face In all fairness, as you see, I coughed up three stars for this book, so I will clarify that my empty threatening is really directed toward Pretties and Special


  2. Stephen Stephen says:

    So my wife and I occasionally swap books which may seem a little kooky However, you have to keep things spicy when you ve been married as long as we have and since nipple showers with hot candle wax make me break out into shouts of FUCKARELLA THAT HURTS we needed some alternative sizzle So she hooks me up with this little philly of a novel while I matched her with The Lies of Locke Lamora Well my wife loved the book I set her up w


  3. Miranda Reads Miranda Reads says:

    In a world of extreme beauty, anyone normal is uglyIn Tally Youngblood s society, everyone obtains absolute physical perfection the perfect skin, hair, eyes, literally everything At least, after you turn sixteen and undergo the right operations.Tally, at age 15, is an Ugly right now but after her birthday, she will get to become Pretty She can then move out of the Ugly Dorms and into New Pretty Town It s all she wants.After all, who


  4. Emma Emma says:

    I ve only seen one episode of The Twilight Zone In this episode, a woman undergoes a battery of surgeries to look normal At the end of the episode, viewers learn that this latest surgery has failed the woman is still hideous Except that to the audience she is beautiful Online research led me to another episode where teenagers are surgically altered to live longer and conform to a unified standard of beauty based on a limited number of a


  5. Kurukka Kurukka says:

    Nope, couldn t finish it Sigh I thought I was going to like this one It started off fine and all And then everything fell apart Yes, that dramatic.Am I the only one who was deeply offended by this piece of crap This book is wrong, wrong, wrong.The writing itself isn t particularly well, isn t anything really But this is supposed to be a book about beauty with a big B and the writing doesn t do justice to the theme I d even call it Ugly The


  6. jessica jessica says:

    ive read this book series a handful of times over the past decade or so and have somehow never written a review for it time to fix that although some of my feelings have changed as ive gotten older, its impossible to get rid of the strong feeling of nostalgia this evokes each time i pick up the book what drew me to this story when i was a teenager still remains as an adult i love how this personifies the notion that true beauty is who you are


  7. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Uglies Uglies, 1 , 2005, Scott WesterfeldUglies is a 2005 science fiction novel by Scott Westerfeld It is set in a future post scarcity dystopian world in which everyone is considered an ugly , but then turned Pretty by extreme cosmetic surgery when they reach the age 16 It tells the story of teenager Tally Young blood who rebels against society s enforced conformity, after her newfound friends Shay and David show her the downsides to becoming a


  8. María María says:

    Do you know that feeling, when you really want to punch a character in the face Well, Tally Youngblood, you must be grateful that I can t see your face Now I should stop the rant the book itself was a quick read, but I don t get the hype Enjoyable, yes Good, not that much I m not really sure if I ll ever finish this series Maybe one day if I m actually bored Do you know that feeling, when you really want to punch a character in the face Well, Tally


  9. Reed Reed says:

    I remember my initial disappointment when Scott Westerfeld switched from adult sf to YA fiction How could he do this to me I liked his books, but I don t wanna read a dopey YA novel I d read in an interview that it was mostly a financial decision the YA market has exploded, and that s where the money is right now How can you fault a guy for trying to make a living As a junior high Language Arts teacher, it s impossible not to notice that Westerfeld s


  10. Shannon (Giraffe Days) Shannon (Giraffe Days) says:

    Three hundred years after an apocalyptic sized disaster that reshaped the world, Tally is about to turn 16 and pretty In her contained, isolated, self sufficient city just like all the other contained, isolated, self sufficient cities the operation to make her pretty will be intensive, extreme and, as far as she and everyone else alive is concerned, absolutely worth it Once she s pretty, she ll go to live across the river in New Pretty Town and party the


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