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Pretties by Scott Westerfeld
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Dec 06, 2007

really liked it
bookshelves: fiction

Tally Youngblood has never been an ordinary girl. Since she was an ugly she played many tricks and had passed them on to the other uglies. Now, she's pretty. Lives in a New Pretty Town, join a clique called the Crims. Mostly the Crims members are pretties who played lots of tricks when they were uglies, just like Tally did. So, it's just natural that Tally had joined the clique.

But when life as a pretty seems to go smoothly. She received a letter, from herself. Back when she was an ugly, she wrote a letter to herself reminding her about brain damage and the lessions that caused it, and the cure that already found by David's mom who was a doctor in the City, and had run away with her husband. Tally had to take the pill to be cured from pretty-mindness.

One night Tally and the other Crims decided to run away from the City to find the cure. They all want to stay bubbly. But escaping the city has proved to be harder than Tally imagined.

I really enjoy this second book of Uglies trilogy. And now I'm reading the third, Specials.
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