Uglies, by Scott Westerfeld: Reviewed by Anastacia

UgliesUglies is a really amazing book and i couldnt believe how muchadventure suspence romance was in one little book but they got it in there. i recomend his for any teen who is looking for a realistic fiction! I just couldnt stop reading i read all day outside it was great! 424 1/2 pages amd i read it all in one day! Literlly i couldnt put it down it was like i was glued!!



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  1. I read this book last year and it was wonderful. It was a really great book that asks a question: Should we have free will? It makes two clear points. 1) They don’t care about free will, so why have it when it leads to distruction? 2) We are humans and have the right to make our own dissisions. I personally don’t know which one I prefer. I see to many children go missing on TV and murders in the papers to say we should have free will. But I see to much restrictions on other things to say we shouldn’t have it. It’s a gray, not black or white, cause there’s no complete right answer.

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