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Pretties Gorgeous Popular PerfectPerfectly WrongTally Has Finally Become Pretty Now Her Looks Are Beyond Perfect, Her Clothes Are Awesome, Her Boyfriend Is Totally Hot, And She S Completely Popular It S Everything She S Ever WantedBut Beneath All The Fun The Nonstop Parties, The High Tech Luxury, The Total Freedom Is A Nagging Sense That Something S Wrong Something Important Then A Message From Tally S Ugly Past Arrives Reading It, Tally Remembers What S Wrong With Pretty Life, And The Fun Stops ColdNow She Has To Choose Between Fighting To Forget What She Knows And Fighting For Her Life Because The Authorities Don T Intend To Let Anyone With This Information Survive

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 “Pretties

  1. says:

    What happens when perfection isn t good enough Undergoing the Pretty Operation aka the mandated set of operations at age 16 designed to make everyone as beautiful as possible was all that Tally ever dreamed of.Well, until in typical YA fashion , she learns that her

  2. says:

    I m pretty disappointed with this book The last one was pretty good but this one not so great They kept using this stupid pretty language that annoyed me to no end If i hear that anything is Bogus, bubbly, pretty making, fashion missing ect EVER again, i might have to strangle

  3. says:

    Here s what I wrote on my book club blog about Pretties, and the whole series Westerfeld knows that he s writing to teens, so he s trying to address a LOT of issues that teens face One is, obviously, being superficial Remember reading the teen magazines, hearing all of the celebrity go

  4. says:

    If I never hear the word bubbly again, I ll die happy.

  5. says:

    What I found most interesting about Pretties was its thematic use of various forms of bodily mutilation eating disorders In a perfect society, where everyone is brain damaged into peace and transformed into absolutely perfectly beautiful creatures, how do you rebel By starving yourself, cutting yourself

  6. says:

    Pretties Uglies, 2 , Scott WesterfeldPretties is a 2005 science fiction novel and the second book of the Uglies Trilogy written by Scott Westerfeld The premise of the novel relies on a future set in a future dystopian world in which everyone is turned Pretty by extreme cosmetic surgery upon reaching age 16 It te

  7. says:

    Just like Uglies, Pretties is an entertaining read Tally s adventures continue as she becomes pretty and fights to regain her awareness We meet some new characters, including Tally s new love interest The story moves fast and gets intense in the third part of the book Like many mentioned before, the pretty talk gets ann

  8. says:

    Apparently being pretty also means you use the words bubbly and bogus Seriously Have we suddenly been transported back to the 1990s I have to admit, every time Tally or Zane or Shay or anyone used the words bubbly and bogus, I rolled my eyes Which means I was rolling my eyes for ninety percent of this book.I was pretty disappoint

  9. says:

    Pretties is the sequel to Uglies, the second in a trilogy which I had started back two months previous I opened the book with some hesitancy, despite the fact that I d enjoyed the first book and had been anxious to start the second, since the details of the first book were kind of fuzzy would I remember enough to piece together a coherent

  10. says:

    My first completed novel for the BookTubeAThon My thoughts on this book are simple I enjoyed it, but I don t think it comes close to matching how great Uglies was The plot in the last around 100 pages was exciting, but the first 2 3rds of this book dragged and felt all together unnecessary The novel felt repetitive and redundant at several points

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