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SpecialsSpecials by Scott Westerfeld

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It didn’t take long to finish the series, once I started it, and it doesn’t disappoint. The author manages to finish the story by keeping the reader guessing all the way up until the end, and it never seems forced or convoluted. He also carries the theme to its logical conclusion, making this an effective series, and one that people will be (or should be) talking about.

Again, I’m skipping the details for the book so as not to spoil anything for potential readers. Start with Uglies and finish here; you won’t be disappointed.

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July 1, 2006 - Posted by | Reviews, YA Fiction

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