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They give a whole new outlook on 'beauty' and the way someone who does not live like us would really see us. I highly recommend this series for anyone who enjoys reading and entering new worlds. Near the end of book 3 I was seriously hoping for her demise. Well, maybe not her END, but I wanted her to "GET IT" for all the trouble she called. For example, all of a sudden things just HAPPEN and we are supposed to take their word for it, and we don't get to see the development of the story. She can even smell a smokey that crashes the party.
I made it through book three in this four book "trilogy" and just can't stomach reading any more. The girl cannot make a good decision if her life depends on it. Smokies use pills and nanos that can destroy brains, this happened to Tally’s boyfriend.
I will be totally amazing-missing by skipping the last book, probably, but it's a chance I'm willing I made it through book three in this four book "trilogy" and just can't stomach reading any more. The girl cannot make a good decision if her life depends on it. When Tally meets back up with Shay she realizes that the pills were supposed to be delivered to the Crims, and the Crim they were for were Zane, Tally’s boyfriend. Westerfield does a great job at having a lot of plots in one book. I like these books because there are real life concepts behind the magic. This series has a really great concept and some good aspects, but it lacks quite enough emotional depth and ends up being somewhat superficial as a result.
I almost wish we could've gotten both their points of view.It was consistent, and accurate with the world, but at the same time, I grew to dislike her personality, but NOT her as a character. Again, SO BORING, UPDATE: Ok, I'm back finishing off the series now. I am more interested in these types of books because I rather read a book about something that could happen rather than something that is all imagination.Westerfeld wrote each character in a way that you could truly appreciate each one. I think my break helped, because it isn't so bad this time. Scott Westerfield is a great author and does a great job of combining both of these elements in all of his books.Despite the fact that the twist at the end of book two was AWESOME. If I were to rewrite the series, I would've skipped Pretties and instead left Tally as an Ugly.However, I question the need for her in-between reset to become a Pretty. Another issue with this series is the badly-written romance. David is the love interest for this book, and he's a decent guy and decent character, but it's hard to ignore that he's supposedly dating Shay at the time he kisses Tally. He's reckless and tiresome, and their entire relationship is based off his hotness.