REVIEW: Pretties


prettiesTitle: Pretties
Author: Scott Westerfeld
Finished: November 14, 2009
Pages: 370
Published: 2005

The second book of the Uglies series, this one was very interesting as it once again incorporated many aspects of the world, focusing more on the “pretties” before coming full circle.

Tally is now a pretty, forced to make a life changing choice for the sake of her old friends. Now with a whole new perspective, Tally is finding herself not quite what she thought a pretty would be, and even her best friend Shay is starting to notice.

Paranoid that she’s being stalked by Specials, Tally takes risk after risk and is confronted by the past. Too curious to resist, Tally and the Crims leader Zane, follow the path of clues to find that they may be saved afterall.

It was very interesting, the new characters were intriguing and brought more to the story than before, plus the reunion of other characters. I can only imagine what the next book , Specials, will entail.

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