Third Sentence Thursday is a weekly
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Take the book you are currently
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"'I love the ruins covered with snow,' he said. 'It makes the edges softer, adding mega-Helens to the view." pg 27
Pretties by Scott Westerfeld
I read the first book, Uglies, last month. I have to admit, when I started Pretties, it was kind of aggravating. I have no idea why the people talk the way they do and I realize that Helens must be some kind of monetary unit, but this character seems to describe and rate everything in Helens and mega-Helens.
I just can't wait for the book to start picking up. New Pretties are so annoying!
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