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Extras [Scott Westerfeld] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. It’s a few years after rebel Tally Youngblood took down the. Extras is a young adult science fiction novel written by Scott Westerfeld. The novel was published and released by Simon& Schuster on October 2, , and is a. The Paperback of the Extras (Uglies Series #4) by Scott Westerfeld at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.

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Sign In Don’t have an account? It was a HUGE struggle just to finish the book and left me wanting extrss drop the book and never pick it up again.

I liked how it was all accumulated around the Japanese society, but other than that, I was expecting much more of this book. Jun 23, Phoenix2 rated it liked it Recommends it for: I wasn’t so sure at first.

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As if being fifteen doesn’t suck enough, Aya Fuse’s face rank is so low, she’s a total nobody. The whole second half of the story was flat for me. It doesn’t pick up right where the trilogy left off, but a lot of questions are answered by the westerfld of this book. I adored how Westerfeld re-imagines the Pretty world and expands it with an entirely new cast with a few appearances from some old favorites!

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Extras (book)

She is well known for being a city hoverball champion, as well has a tech-head, and is always seen floating around in her hoverball rig. All of the “new” characters are original and, equally important, likable. He also helps Tally and the “Cutters” with different missions. There were some really good, interesting, creative ideas in the Uglies series, but they weren’t good books.

Of course, nothing is ever as simple as that Go on and kick out story! View all 13 comments. Aya is fifteen years old. However, Extras differs from its predecessors in that its protagonist is fifteen-year-old Aya Fusenot earlier protagonist Tally Youngblood.

Honestly, the first half before Tally showed up was way better.

It is unsure whether this was accomplished as the book ended before this could happen. The concept is very sepa I’m so proud of you, Scott. Of course, if Scott Westerfeld writes something else to westerfele this one, I’ll read it because I love his books, and I want him to fix this ending.

Extras (Uglies, #4) by Scott Westerfeld

It is from weaterfeld different pov than the trilogy and describes the world after what happened in the first 3 …more I think you could read this book on it’s own. Like anyone else with a touch of ambition and brains she opts for the fame, which begs the question: There’s always something – at least a sentence, that impresses you.

Let’s go back to nothing thinking about this too hard, okay? The more often someone’s feed is watched, or name is men Set in the same “Uglies” universe as the previous three books, but set three years after Tally caused the “mind-rain” when bubbleheads were given the choice to have their lesions repaired so they weren’t empty-mindedly happythis book takes place in Japan.

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And she does “truth-slant” a lot.

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Some of the funniest, literally laugh-out-loud moments contained him and Tally when they find out about his brain surge, Radical Honesty, which compells him to tell the truth.

A exras of a clique called “Radical Honesty”, where the members must have a brain surgery that gets rid of all deception. Merits are for schlubs who do the grunt work–ditch diggers, teachers, proctologists There aren’t enough merits in the world for me to be a proctologist After a few pages, the author seems to forget about the language barrier and the characters converse naturally, as if they’re all speaking the same language. I’m so proud of you, Scott.

She seemed harsher and more violent seen from a third-person’s viewpoint than when we’re inside her head and see her struggles to rewire herself.

This is the moment where my brain turned off completely.