Conditions of Use
Uglies- Scott Westerfeild
1. Yes. The storyline is kind of predictable for this book. The moment Tally took the necklace, I knew something would go wrong. That's what happened. She decided that she wasn't going to betray everyone, and then very well, the Special Circumstances arrived the next day. Now, people are angry at her for betraying them, when she didn't mean to. This was exactly what I expected the moment she went on her adventure.
2. I relate most to Shay, because if I knew that tally betrayed me, I would be really angry just like Shay was. Also I would be scared to leave my city and runaway to a place that I've never seen before. Which reminds me a lot of Shay.
3. I think David would somehow figure out that Tally was the one who betrayed everyone, and then they will fight. But of coarse, they will make up.
4. This book reminds me of The Hunger Games book. They both are science fiction, they both involve two guys that the main girl can't choose from, and they both are set in the future.
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