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Uglies, The Collector's Set By Scott Westerfeld Uglies The Collector s Set Westerfeld s New York Times bestselling Uglies series is now available in a collectible paperback boxed set It includes Uglies Pretties Specials and Extras

  • Title: Uglies, The Collector's Set
  • Author: Scott Westerfeld
  • ISBN: 9781416971207
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Paperback
  • Uglies, The Collector's Set By Scott Westerfeld Westerfeld s 1 New York Times bestselling Uglies series is now available in a collectible paperback boxed set It includes Uglies, Pretties, Specials, and Extras.
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    1. Shul on said:

      When these books first came out, I was reluctant to read them I suspected that because of the covers the books were the type of books I didn t care to read stories of preppy, perfect girls and rejects I had read Westerfeld s series The Midnighters, but none of his other series A year after I read The Midnighters, I finally took Uglies out from the library with a sense of what the hell, I have nothing else to read Within the first few pages, I was drawn into a story of not only interesting charac [...]

    2. Tori on said:

      I made it through book three in this four book trilogy and just can t stomach reading any I m just so sick of Tally wa and Shay la and all of their bubbly and icy speak that I m totally hurly making Maybe if I hadn t read them so quickly it wouldn t be this horrible Book one was a definite keeper After that, they fell apart mostly because of the annoying pretty speaking that they do I will be totally amazing missing by skipping the last book, probably, but it s a chance I m willing to take.

    3. Alicia on said:

      I stopped in the middle of book 3 I was SOOOO bored When will it end So boring And not very well told The main character is not likable Why would you write a story and tell it from the perspective of a super unsympathetic narrator Near the end of book 3 I was seriously hoping for her demise I wanted her to meet a horrible and violent end Well, maybe not her END, but I wanted her to GET IT for all the trouble she called The girl cannot make a good decision if her life depends on it And often it d [...]

    4. Jackiepellecchia on said:

      Jackie PellecchiaEnglishMs PeritoreApril 9, 2012The SpecialsNon fiction and realistic books tend to keep me interested than fictional stories with magic I am interested in these types of books because I rather read a book about something that could happen rather than something that is all imagination Scott Westerfield is a great author and does a great job of combining both of these elements in all of his books I am truly fascinated in his set of books which include The Uglies, The Pretties, a [...]

    5. Elise (TheBookishActress) on said:

      3 stars for the series as a whole This series has a really great concept and some good aspects, but it lacks quite enough emotional depth and ends up being somewhat superficial as a result Uglies is about a world in which everyone is considered by default ugly and has to become pretty The book certainly benefits from this smart concept this is a world where beauty rules Unfortunately, the interesting connections to our world aren t explored enough in this series Pretties are stupid, Uglies have [...]

    6. Carol Brannigan on said:

      Quite a nice quick read with tons of social moral and ethical questions raised I want call it on a similar level of Orwell s 1984 but with a strong focus for YA readers and not nearly quite as dark or hopeless.Uglies A little slow start on this one and the teenage babble was a little tedious at first and then I realize that was the whole plan Make the reader so bombarded with Tally s quest to be pretty that when truth and reality hit her it crashed her entire world and forced her to see things f [...]

    7. Selaine Henriksen on said:

      As I typed in the titles of this series I realised this is one of the few times that having the story divided into separate books actually makes sense, rather than just a chapter divide In each story our heroine is basically a different person and is dealing with a different aspect of the futuristic society Hard not to give spoilers in this review I will say the first book was hard to finish It s like YA writing from A to B And I didn t like the betrayal of the girlfriend it seemed unnecessary I [...]

    8. Anita on said:


    9. Nicole Pulver on said:

      I liked the books overall, their were a few annoying points however First off, the were way over enviornmental, I m all about helping the enviornment, but not at the expense of humans The book was pretty preachy about how humans eat meat and cut down trees, and how they should never populate the whole earth again and drones on about over population Honestly I think children are important than a few trees The other annoying point, was that they used a really ditsy type of lingo, I understand it [...]

    10. Dr.Given on said:

      Wouldn t it be better if no one was ugly What if society had a way to make everyone beautiful no envy, no issues like eating disorders or feelings of inferiority What starts as a plan to improve life for its citizens ends up as not such a great idea This is a good series for exploring Utopia, science fiction and beliefs about our appearance It took me a while to get into the first book, but I like the way the voice of the main narrator changes as she goes through different experiences in the s [...]

    11. Emily on said:

      I reeeeeeeally wanted to like these books I thought the concept was creative, and liked where it was going in the first 2 books When I got to the third book, I completely lost interest I did not like what happened to the main character, and felt like her personality was lost by the end of the series.Also the slang kind of annoyed me after a while .The fourth book seemed to be of an add on rather than an actual part of the series I did think it was pretty cute, and it read a bit like a manga, wh [...]

    12. Leisha'sinfiction on said:

      I remember reading this series when I was in middle school going through my Twilight Phase and always wondered why this wasn t a movie I love this series so much, it s not just about a boy and a girl it s about the things around them It s about what happens when they turn 16 and finally get to be a Pretty I love this series because its very original and it s so creative It really is one of my favorite series even if I read it like five years ago, that s how good it is that I still consider it on [...]

    13. Sarah R on said:

      I am torn between 3 and 4 stars, so I will be generous and round up to 4 because I did really enjoy reading them I am rating them altogether instead of seperately because I read them so quickly that they are pretty much just one book in my head They weren t groundbreaking, but they were fun, interesting, quick, easy books to read.

    14. Kara on said:

      I LOVED these books Scott Westerfeld has such andinteresting writing style He started off uglies great right away talking about the salmon cat vomit pink sky I hate when it takes a couple chapters for the book to be good.

    15. Megan on said:

      AWESOME Best books ever If you read this another good book to have is Bogus to bubbly Bogus to Bubbly is a guide to the series But only look up what you are reading about or you will already know too much

    16. Leila on said:

      I love this series so much the fact that its set in the futur where hoverboards can work perfectly would be a dream come true this series can possibly keep me up night, by the unexcepted happenings.

    17. MymcplSmithville on said:

      What I liked This book series has a little bit of everything A heroine who puts everything she s got into achieving her goals Likable characters A plot that you can enjoy and a conclusion that leaves you content after you ve made it to the end, even if it wasn t perfect The MC was capable with and without her friends supporting her but the book does a good job showing her limitations The romance in the story drives it without being the focus of the book, which is amazing The love hate relationsh [...]

    18. Abby on said:

      In these books, you can be two things ugly, and pretty When you turn 16, you get plastic surgery to be turned pretty Tally, the main character, is looking forward to that day, until something gets in the way.

    19. Bored to Death book club on said:

      For every book we read during the book club, one of our book club members will write a review This way anyone who couldn t be there, can still join in with the fun Our eleventh YA book is the Uglies Quartet by Scott Westerfeld and the review is written by Gwen Kerkhof Mogot.Scott Westerfeld s The Uglies Quartet, a classic in the YA dystopian genre, was our summer read I added the four books to my pile of Holiday Reads and the promising blurb Before The Hunger Games there was Uglies lured me into [...]

    20. Lauren on said:

      OVERALL 2.6 starsUglies Uglies 1 3 starsAll Tally ever wanted was to be pretty That is exactly what she gets when she turns sixteen, there is a catch though, Special Circumstances wants her to find her friend Shay who escaped before becoming pretty As Tally embarks on the adventure of her life there is a deep secret rooted in the New Pretty town and Tally has to figure out a way to stop the corruption.I thought this was a really interesting concept and I liked the characters Tally did start to g [...]

    21. Susan on said:

      REVIEW I must admit that I was completely obsessed with the first two books of the series PRETTIES and UGLIES since I fell in love with the storyline and loved the suspense and adventure, it was by the third novel SPECIALS that I started disliking the novel The main reason was because of the changes the protagonist, Tally, was going through I originally liked Tally s character from the start because I felt that she was down to earth and simple But after reading SPECIALS, I was utterly disappoint [...]

    22. Yukka on said:

      The protagonist in these books except the last one really does make you want to throw the book across the room She s just Incredibly Selfish With lack of a moral compass You keep hoping she finds it in the end, that she develops a conscience But Nah And there s not that many books that can make you hate the main character so much Bella Swan ain t nothing on Tally Youngblood.BUT this had a rather unexpected consequence for me it made me love reality Most fiction books are forms of escapism you fa [...]

    23. Heather Reese on said:

      I couldn t find the book The Specials on this site for some reason so I just added the series The Specials is the 3rd book in the series beginning with The Uglies This book continues a story of a society that is over controlled based on looks In this book Tally the main character is confronted by the mysterious group of Specials who are so much than the average pretty Tally becomes a Special The reader enters her thoughts as she battles a rebel force and tries to keep her mind on the present ta [...]

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