Tally returns to her care-free life as a Pretty. She is described as having an aquiline nose, non-reflective gray eyes, a razor-like voice, and sharp teeth. Plot[ edit ] Three hundred years in the future,  the government provides for everything, including plastic surgery operations.
Then he went back to The Smoke and Tally tried to follow him by pushing Peris off the balcony where he bungee bounced, and kneed her head hard enough to make her bleed and was voted into the Crims by the bubbly movement.
Amanda Craig said that "it is his prescient perception of how such inventions will lead to absolute loss of privacy which has elicited as much fan-mail as the issue of how looks dominate our lives.
In this novel, Tally is now a pretty living in New Pretty Town. This section contains words approx. He is originally from Uglyville and knows Shay. Background[ edit ] When asked how he came up with the idea of Uglies, Westerfeld said, "the inspiration came from a friend whose dentist asked him to consider getting cosmetic surgery.
Her Ugly nickname is Squint. As with many other popular young adult novels, including The Hunger Games by Collins and The Lightning Thief by Riordan, characters rarely have time to rest and reflect.
While attending the bash at which she is to be voted into the "Crims" clique, she is followed by someone who appears to be a "Special", a member of Special Circumstances.
For example, one night Tally falls for David, resolving their love triangle with Shay.
When they reach the New Smoke camp, Tally learns that the cure was meant to be taken in two pills and that Zane got the pill with the nanobots that were designed to destroy the lesions, but that Tally took the pill that stops the nanobots.
However, the idea that the cure might cause permenant brain damage causes to Tally to hesitate. It takes Tally several weeks to make her way to the Rusty Ruins where she meets up with David.
It went on to be included on numerous best-of-the-year lists for young adult readers, including that of the American Library Association. Tally grabs Peris, who is wearing a bungee jacket, and jumps after Croy.
It has the desired result and he flees. Cable, David knocks her out and takes her work tablet, which contains all the necessary information to reverse the brain lesions created by the Pretty operation.
Her peace is disrupted when Zane, who is the leader of the Crims, asks her about David, whom she loved while she lived in the Smoke. He is originally suspicious of Tally, but grows to trust her. However, it proves to be difficult to find the package, forcing Tally to become more and more bubbly to figure out the clues.Pretties study guide contains a biography of Scott Westerfeld, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis.
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Pretties is the second book in the Uglies Series by Scott Westerfeld. Tally Youngblood has turned from an Ugly to a Pretty. I loved this book. Westerfield puts so emotion into his books. Published 5 months ago. Search customer reviews/5(). The book is the first installment in what was originally a trilogy, the Uglies series, which also includes the books Pretties, Specials, and Extras.
Infour new installments within the Uglies Universe were announced, to be titled the Imposters Series. Here's what I wrote on my book club blog about Pretties, and the whole series: Westerfeld knows that he's writing to teens, so he's trying to address a LOT of issues that teens face.
One is, obviously, being superficial. Scott Westerfield has a tallent that I enjoy as equally as it annoys me- he can change my mind like a remote control!
At /5. Pretties by Scott Westerfeld is the second book in the Uglies series. In this novel, Tally is now a pretty living in New Pretty Town.
While attending a party, she is approached by an ugly whom she vaguely recalls from her time in the Smoke. INS essay Uglies by Scott Westerfield After the uglies become pretties by the operation they are imprisoned in New Pretty Town where they “live it up” and party.
Within the riveting science-fiction book “Uglies”, Scott Westerfeld not only keeps the reader entertained, but also reveals the negative aspects of conformity.