The fourth in Westerfeld's Uglies "trilogy," this wraps up the story quite well.
I should start this review by saying that I loved the first three books in this series. This book (4)was all over the place, and did not feel tied into the story line until the very last bit. I feel like the author should have stopped at the third book....Continua
This "extra" book in the uglies trilogy, while still very enjoyable, just didn't quite live up to or even add much to the original 3 books.
See, now, I didn't like this one. It was interesting, sure. And different, which is so like Scott Westerfeld. But I didn't like that it wasn't from Tally's point of view, and I just overall didn't really enjoy the book.
I didn't enjoy this one as much as the rest of the series. It was ok, it introduced new characters and Tally didn't play as big a role in this one. Tally also came across as a bit villainous at times.