Georgianna Evans <firstname.lastname@example.org>
6:25 PM (12 hours ago)
Uglies by Scott Westerdfield reviewed by Georgianna Evans
In the book “Uglies ” I really enjoyed the theme of the book. Once I started to read the book I was engulfed by the setting, details, and the conclusion. I would recommend the book to anyone who likes distopians. It is an wonderful book.
Ugiles has settings that happen everywhere. One place was in a field that had been engulfed, by breathtaking flowers. Of course there were the not so pretty places like the smoke, When Tally first saw it she said “I can’t believe this is it it’s so ugly! “Then there’s always the New Pretty Town. Tally snuck over there to find her friend. New Pretty Town reminds me of Ney York without the crowds of people, just parties.
Uglies had great details. The author put a lot of hooks, and three p thesis in the book .In one of the chapters of the book “Tally “made a new friend Shay. The author described how Tally and Shay went hover boarding for the first time together. The author used great details, and told of how the wind felt on their cheeks. The rush made would make someone fell perfect even if there just an ugly.
I couldn’t put the book down. Throughout the whole book I was never bored with reading it. The conclusion of the book made me go, “what?” The end of Uglies was very much a plot twist. IN the end of Uglies, it’s like what I just read wasn’t enough. If you read all four books, one would be able able to understand the book better.
I really like to read dystopian novels. To me a good book needs to have a good setting, details, and a good conclusion. I would recommend the book to anyone who likes futuristic possibilities and a controlled population of different societies. The book was absolutely spectacular, I loved it.