I think the art in this book kinda spoiled the actual book for me. Not by skipping ahead but just by showing things before I read them and could make decisions for myself.
I hate to say it, but I prefer the movie. But I find, generally if I see the movie first I tend to be more fond of it.
Specials was originally the final book in the Uglies series but a year later another book came out. And in 2018 a continuation was announced and I'm not sure how I feel about that, but I'll talk about that when I review the fourth book. Prepare for spoilers for Pretties. “It didn’t matter what you [...]
Maybe my least favorite trope: completely ignoring all the rules you're told will keep you safe without ever learning or showing that it's beyond the character's will and then being shocked and full of regret when the bad things happen.
Moral of the story: Talk to your friends and always take medicine as directed.
It's kind of weird reading a book that you thought you had an idea of what the plot is only for it to be something completely different.
What do you think would happen if everyone looked the same? If everyone elected to undergo beautification surgery as the norm by the government?
Based on the context the term "Orwellian" is used, one should probably not assume his books are happy or have any grain of light within them.
"The Phantom of the Opera" brings a song to my lips of a musical I've never seen. Let's talk about a classic and how pop culture can distort what the source material original was.