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Specials Special Circumstances The Words Have Sent Chills Down Tally S Spine Since Her Days As A Repellent, Rebellious Ugly Back Then Specials Were A Sinister Rumor Frighteningly Beautiful, Dangerously Strong, Breathtakingly Fast Ordinary Pretties Might Live Their Whole Lives Without Meeting A Special But Tally S Never Been OrdinaryAnd Now She S Been Turned Into One Of Them A Superamped Fighting Machine, Engineered To Keep The Uglies Down And The Pretties StupidThe Strength, The Speed, And The Clarity And Focus Of Her Thinking Feel Better Than Anything Tally Can Remember Most Of The Time One Tiny Corner Of Her Heart Still Remembers SomethingStill, It S Easy To Tune That Out Until Tally S Offered A Chance To Stamp Out The Rebels Of The New Smoke Permanently It All Comes Down To One Last Choice Listen To That Tiny, Faint Heartbeat, Or Carry Out The Mission She S Programmed To Complete Either Way, Tally S World Will Never Be The Same

10 thoughts on “Specials

  1. says:

    Tally, do you ever suffer from sudden flashes of anger or euphoria, countersocial impulses, or feelings of superiority Tally Youngblood lives in a society where they re given the mandatory opportunity to become pretty once they reach a certain age.Through their surgery they become absolutely drop dead gorgeous aka Pretty but and this is a big BUT , the doctors will implant a few lesion

  2. says:

    This disappointed me so much I really loved Uglies and there was a lot to admire about Pretties, but I found this to be a highly unsatisfactory conclusion I m still trying to figure out why it so completely failed to work for me I think mostly it s a case of character development Tally goes through a lot of mental and emotional changes in these books, which makes sense, because her brain is bein

  3. says:

    So I didn t like Tally as much in this book Her personality has been altered by the special surgery, so she looks down on anyone who isn t special themselves Part of the plot line is that she is supposed to overcome this, but I didn t feel she completely did.Other things that marred my enjoyment of this storyI hated the cutting aspect Several times they talk about cutting, and how Icy it makes th

  4. says:

    I can t seem to write about this without giving away some plot elements from the first two books So, warning spoilers may arise.Well, Specials the final volume in the Uglies trilogy finally came up on my hold list at the library After finishing the novel I was in the middle of, I picked up Specials to wrap up all the loose ends I d been wondering about since Pretties had ended How would Tally figh

  5. says:

    One thing I ve noticed about Westerfeld s novels is how bittersweet the endings are Although there is still a rainbow or fireworks to brighten the blow, there is still death, failure, destruction Westerfeld knows life will never have a happy ending, just a bittersweet one.Specials is no exception Although the novel starts off slow, it quickly builds up speed, carrying you along Tally s final journe

  6. says:

    Oh Scott I am so so proud of you Only 2 purchases in the whole book Such an improvement like you can think for yourself, like youre curing yourself of bogus making writing Bravo.Ok, as far as the series is concerned, this is where I m abandoning ship I held on this long in hope that somehow you would bring me around and show me how to like Tally, but it kind of went the opposite direction, you know

  7. says:

    What happened It wasn t the greatest series I d ever read but c mon Did they give him time It was worse the the third movie sequel that shouldn t have had a second Where do I begin with this train wreck There wasn t one storyline that was wrapped up The plot was thrown together so hastily and it left holes and was as deep as an 80 s John Hughes film The ONE character I thought was interesting barely

  8. says:

    I have ambivalent feelings about this book It s fatally flawed in my opinion, both in tone and content The tone is adolescent hyper drama which is okay I suppose since it s written for a teen audience But, as an example of literature, it falls flat and since my interest in YA lit is exclusively how it might be used in the classroom or whether I can suggest the book for outside reading, I have to say,

  9. says:

    Finally I have finished this series I have politely deleted the adjectives that I considered adding to describe series And even though I only spent about two hours on this one, skipping entire pages and frequently entire chapters, part of me still thinks that it was an hour too long If you are interested in this series, simply use the formula below and insert the suggested words into the blanks for eac

  10. says:

    I have only commented on Goodreads on a couple of books I ve read, but this one really bothered me I still liked it enough to not stop reading, hence the three stars By the time I finished all three, I felt I had been lectured to and virtually yelled at about how awful a people we currently are and how horrifying our lifestyle is Even though I am than twice the age of the target audience , I think the

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