Book Series Review: The Uglies Series By Scott Westerfeld

Hello Everyone,

I have seem to have fallen off the September 30 days of book reviews. I found it was a large amount of books to read in one month time. Also I will be reviewing a full series of books at one time and I will review stand alone by themselves. Lets get down to the  gritty.

This book is about:

This book is the first book in the series. It’s about a young ugly girl named Tally Youngblood whose friend just went under surgery to become a pretty. She breaks into a pretty party and runs into a ugly like her self name Shay. The two become fast friends. Shay wants out of the city and to stay a ugly forever and she invites Tally to go with her.

This book is a 5 stars out of 5 stars.

This book is about :

Tally goes back to become a pretty to tested out a cure. She falls in love with another pretty name Zane who is the leader of a group called the crims gang. Shay becomes jealous of Tally and swears that she will make Tally pay.

This book was 2 stars out of 5 stars.

This book is about:

Tally Youngblood has become a special and she is planing to take down the smokies. With Shay as her boss what could possible got wrong? Tally  finds out what being special really means.

This book is one star out of 5 stars.

This book is about:

Aya Fuse who wants to be a great kicker just like her brother Hiro. She finds a great story to help her on the road to fame. She is blinded by fame but never fear when craziness arrives so does Tally Youngblood.

This book is 3 stars out of 5 stars.

The total star value of the whole series:  2.75 out of 5 stars.

My Thoughts:

I feel this book series would have been better as a stand alone book. I felt after the first book the whole series went down hill after that. I do not recommend it and will never read it again.

(Disclaimer:  Unless otherwise stated, all items in my blog posts have been purchased by me for my own personal use and not sent to me by companies for reviews.)

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