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Extras By Scott Westerfeld

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The final installment of Scott Westerfeld’s New York Times bestselling and award winning Uglies series a global phenomenon that started the dystopian trendA few years after rebel Tally Youngblood takes down the Specials regime a cultural renaissance sweeps the world. Authors take note This is how a companion novel is done You see freedom has a way of destroying things Aya Fuse is just fifteen years old but already the world has radically changed since Tally Youngblood freed everyone Just a few years ago it was standard for all kids 16 and up to get the Pretty surgery where their faces and bodies were altered to be statistically perfect Only there was a dark side to this surge The doctors would also implant a few lesions in choice spots of the brain in order to prevent the Pretties from ever being aggressive angry or even remotely rebellious They became bubbleheadsNow that that's all in the past Aya and her country is recovering and for the first time in decades they need to develop a currency turns out non bubbleheads are far greedy with the city's supplies And the currency is fame Even mocking people helped their face stats In the reputation economy the only real way to hurt anyone was to ignore them completely And it was pretty hard to ignore someone who made your blood boil The famous you are the merits you can earn which has prompted an explosion of creativity From tech heads to surge monkeys Aya's city has it all And all Aya wants is 1 become Pretty and 2 kick the biggest story everHer older brother is a great Kicker he brings light to many many events throughout the city and spends life in luxury from the merits he earnedAya spent her entire life looking up to him wanting to be him and now she finally has the chance She's found a group the Sly Girls who do their absolute best to pass below the city's RADARAya is absolutely confused why wouldn't you want to be famousthat is unless you have something to hideSuddenly Aya is standing over the biggest story that will ever be kicked And it just so happens to be one that threatens her very life Dying is one of those things that can’t be fixed Not by talking about it not with all the brain surge in the world In short I loved this oneI adored how Westerfeld re imagines the Pretty world and expands it with an entirely new cast with a few appearances from some old favoritesThe characters felt realistic and grounded so much that I feel like I could carry on a conversation with all of them I loved how all the tech expanded and really grew wild in this worldAnd above all I loved Moggle Aya's old outdated hovercam with a hilarious personality Moggle stole ever single scene and honestly I would read a book from the perspective of that little robot in a heartbeat Definitely a novel to check out Life doesn't come with an instruction manual YouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Snapchat mirandareads Happy Reading

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A total nobody An extra Her only chance at stardom is to kick a wild and unexpected story Then she stumbles upon a big secret Aya knows she is on the cusp of celebrity But the information she is about to disclose will change both her fateand that of the brave new worl. When is it ever a good idea to add a fourth installment to a trilogy

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“Tech heads” flaunt their latest gadgets “kickers” spread gossip and trends and “surge monkeys” are hooked on extreme plastic surgery Popularity rules and everyone craves fame Fifteen year old Aya Fuse is no exception But Aya’s face rank is so low she’s. Honestly this book was kind of a disappointment I liked how it was all accumulated around the Japanese society but other than that I was expecting much of this book In my opinion Aya is a very whiny self absorbed suck up I don't like the way Scott Westerfeld portrays Tally in this either because he renders her as a know it all b word to say the least Which I don't think Tally has ever been Her character is not put to justice in this book