Book 51: Extras

22 Jun

extrasExtras (Uglies #4) by Scott Westerfeld


I really really liked this book. I loved the concept of “kicking” things and the reputation monetary system in the utopian world. It is very techno-friendly and reminiscent of our “modern living.” I don’t have a twitter(or even really know how to use one) but I saw it’s weird hold it has on people in this book. Aya was a nice change of pace from Tally, but I loved her sidekicks more. Her older brother, Hiro, and his best friend, Ren. And her love interest, Frizz. I wonder how many people would want their significant others to have the Radical Honestly surge.




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