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Extras [Scott Westerfeld] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. It’s a few years after rebel Tally Youngblood took down the. Extras is a young adult science fiction novel written by Scott Westerfeld. The novel was published and released by Simon& Schuster on October 2, , and is a. The Paperback of the Extras (Uglies Series #4) by Scott Westerfeld at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.
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Sign In Don’t have an account? Okay, I have to admit that, although I love Westerfeld’s writing and consider him a great author, he just can’t write romance. I feel like I am westdrfeld undermining westerfsld trying to hurt the author this way.
They just suddenly cared about each other. Their original plan was to leave town once Aya kicked her story. And, above all, I loved Moggle Aya’s old, outdated hovercam with a hilarious personality.
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He installed the mods on Moggle to make him waterproof, able to fly, able to carry Aya, and with artificial intelligence. The Important Teen Topic Westerfeld is tackling this time is fame, not beauty, as following Tally’s act of liberation, the world has evolved into one where wealth and soc The fourth, surprise volume in the Uglies no-longer-a-trilogy. It was less along the same baseline that made the others good. Like anyone else with a touch of ambition westrefeld brains she opts for the fame, which begs the westerfedl While he does a good job of how relationships can be screwed due to the difference of ranks called “difference of ambition” in her world, which is a reason people can break up their relationships, much like our “irreconcilable differences” or make things awkward, it doesn’t go much further than that.
None of the books that came after “Uglies” was as well thought out and captivating. Aya is sweet and I think and many people westerfeeld relate with her, as she wants to be famous and be noticed for once. Aya and Frizz watch Tally and David escape from the party on a balcony before going to watch and possibly film the cutting of the cake. Ju I think you could read this book on it’s own. Aya is fifteen extrss old.
I also have to say that I find the idea of all these teenage characters—Aya is fifteen —doing and accomplishing all of this stuff on their own vaguely ridiculous, which officially makes me too old for these books. The word eventually gains new meaning as being an abbreviation of “extraterrestrial”. She has no idea why she wants to become popular and when she becomes a prominent “kicker” she begins grumbling and whining.
And it provides a slightly more upbeat ending for Tally and David, which I really appreciate. In this particular reality, your entire quality of life is dictated by how much fame you can acquire rather than how pretty your face is.
Wesferfeld ruins their plan due to his Radical Honesty, so The Cutters knock out the inhumans and put the hovercar on autopilot, where more inhumans wait. The New York Times. They help David and Tally with different missions and help with Special Circumstances. She just seemed really annoyed the whole time, and not anything like her previous self. Eden reveals to Aya that she joined the Sly Girls to get away from her fame.
She adopts the nickname “Nosey” for Aya, in reference to her big nose, and all the questions Aya bugs the Sly Girls with. Like most dystopian science fiction, Westerfeld’s books cast a critical eye on disturbing aspects of our present-day society — obsession westsrfeld looks, fame, etc — by taking those aspects to extremes and weaving them into the very fabric of the future society.
Merits are for schlubs who do the grunt work–ditch diggers, teachers, proctologists There aren’t enough merits in the world for me to be a proctologist There is an interesting arc to my appreciation of Extras.
Or has society regressed to mass weaponry? This was largely due to a entire new cast of characters from the first 3 books and a bit of a plot change as well.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. But staying famous is a lot easier than getting famous. I love his dystopic world in the future with all the imaginative people and ways to be. I kind if hated Aya. Preview — Extras by Scott Westerfeld.
Will I be able to read westerfel since I haven’t read the first books? Oh yeah, and then the ending really wrapped things up super well with Tally putting on a dress, going to Nana’s party, and sneaking off with David to one of the gardens.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Now is Aya’s big chance to be famous because her kicking story is that the aliens are about to destroy the world! Although the main character openly questions and in some cases initially ectras the societal mandate to become pretty, special, famous, etc, she ALWAYS eventually ends up becoming pretty or famous even if it is against her will. Want to Read saving….
But that doesn’t make up for the overall clicheness and cringiness of the love story that existed. I wish that the authors of popular series, would take a little more thought about their story lines before they quickly release their sequels.