Book #9

Well, I finished Uglies on Wednesday, but I haven’t been able to post until now… what’s wrong with me? I did enjoy it. In this society, everyone twelve to sixteen is ugly, until they turn sixteen and get an operation. Tally Youngblood, the main character, is about to reach her birthday when she meets a friend who doesn’t want to turn pretty, and the story goes on from there. However, some of the jargon in the book was a bit stupid, to be honest. Little kids are called “littlies.” Older people are called “crumblies.” Things are not awesome or cool, they are “bubbly”. And the three cities in Tally’s society are called Uglyville, for the ugly people, New Pretty Town, for the beautiful people, and then Crumblyville for older pretties and children. The friendship in the story was once again far better than the romance, and the action was very well-well written, and the characters were nicely done. I’ll probably read the next book.

So, onto book 9. I should have read this book a long time ago.

A book you own but haven’t read.
A book that was made into a movie.
A book you pick solely because of the cover.
A book your friend loves.
A book published this year.
A book by an author you’ve never read before.
A book by an author you love.
A book at the bottom of your to-read pile.
A book with a color in the title.
A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit.
A book you started but never finished.
A book with a lion, a witch, or a wardrobe.
A book with a female heroine.
A book set in the summer.
A book of poems.
A book you learned about because of this challenge.
A book that will make you smarter.
A book with a blue cover.
A book you were supposed to read in school but didn’t.
A book “everyone” but you has read.
A book with a great first line.
A book with pictures.
A book from the library.
A book you loved – read it again!
A book that is more than ten years old.
A book based on a true story.

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I know, I know, I should have read it already… so now I can redeem myself. I’ll try to have a review up by Thursday.

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