середа, 30 березня 2016 р.

Uglies


Uglies
by Scott Westerfeld
Science fiction, Fantasy
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Uglies (Boxed Set): Uglies, Pretties, Specials (The Uglies)I liked this book, mostly because it happens in the future (I love books about the future). That's also why I said fantasy, not because there is time traveling or aliens. However, there are hover boards, and everybody gets one. The most interesting part was how it happened in the future and all of the little interesting details the author used to tell us that and things that they had, that we don't. They also referred to us as "rusties", because we used a lot of metal in our buildings. I think that it would be very interesting to live in the future, whether the future looked like this or something different (I'm betting on the hover boards, though). I would recommend this to anyone who likes reading about the future, and there is also some mystery and suspense in this book because Tally is uncovering the truth about her city. I like Tally and can relate to her because she likes sneaking out, solving problems and (usually) gets out of scrapes. I think the author those this title because the people in the cities are referred to as "uglies" before they turn sixteen and get the operation ( and turn to "pretties"). The cover is Tally peeking out behind a leaf. I think this might be either because she doesn't wan't to show her whole so-called ugly face, or because she's exploring and hiding. Contrast and Contradiction: "Go! Get your ugly face away from here!" (Tally's is acting differently, and rudely because she's mad at David and doesn't wan't to see him.)

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