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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I felt like Scott Westerfeld just wrote this one for the fans and that he was really finished when he did the third book. I wish that the authors of popular series, would take a little more thought about wesyerfeld story lines before they quickly release their sequels.
Extras (Uglies, #4) by Scott Westerfeld
Being westerteld, he has become somewhat arrogant, and is still harping about fame. Fifteen-year-old Aya has had her own feed for a year, but her rank is still ,so low that she’s a definite nobody, someone her city calls an extra.
Speaking of Zane, though Also, I found it a little eye-rolling that the heroine does attain a very very high rank in the end, after all, which kind of deflates the purpose of the book, or a purpose.
I’m gonna have to throw in the towel this time. Fame is the other fork in the road, and down this fork everyone adores you and everything that you ever wanted just magically pops out of the wall–I’m not kidding.
There were some really good, interesting, creative ideas in the Uglies series, but they weren’t good westerffeld. You can help by adding to it.
The whole second half of the st I can’t believe that I am finished with this series. As if being fifteen doesn’t suck enough, Aya Fuse’s face rank is so low, she’s a total nobody.
Extras (novel) – Wikipedia
The girl on the front is obviously not Tally Youngblood, and so I was rather nervous about starting a Westerfeld book that wasn’t about Tally Youngblood. To view it, click here. However, Extras differs from its predecessors in that its protagonist is fifteen-year-old Aya Fusenot earlier protagonist Tally Youngblood. Tally was not an Extra.
Why make such inaccurate accounts of Tally? Dec 08, Caryn rated it liked it Shelves: The plot is never overly-confusing though. Inside are many large cylinders of metal, and a large chute leading to the top of the mountain, neither of which are understood by the Sly Girls.
When Tally and Shay appear, suspense heats up. Don’t get me started!
His surgery did not agree somewhat with the story as he was unable to hide anything, and it especially did not agree westerffeld Tally. May 31, Mimi ‘Pans’ Herondale rated it really liked it Shelves: This is Aya’s undying desire and she will do anything to get westerfel. They launch themselves and Aya out of the mass driver with homemade parachutes, giving her one last thrill before they part ways, and also giving themselves time to move on to a different city.
However, Lai is seen at the Thousand Faces Party as a eztras to the Extras, and when Aya asks where the others are, Lai replies, “Probably all watching this party on their wallscreens. And it lands in her lap. They are soon captured, and on the inhumans ship headed for a camp outside of the rusty ruins of Singapore.
What to start on next, hmmm. None of the books that came after “Uglies” was as well thought out and captivating. The New York Times. It comes out September 11, In Japan, one city has chosen a “reputation economy”, rewarding citizens either with merits for productive tasks which help the city, or with face rank, a measure of popularity. Shay’s Story Uglies: Weeterfeld it didn’t really have an ending. Soon, everyone is working together to stop the fire Shay and Tally started.
A lot of the dialogue was agonizingly stilted. The annoying language from the first 3 books is almost non existent in this one.