Frey and Rafi are inseparable . . . but very few people have ever seen them together. This is because Frey is Rafis double, raised in the shadows of their rich fathers fortress. While Rafi has been taught to charm, Frey has been taught to kill. Frey only exists to protect her sister. There is no other part of her life. Frey has never been out in the world on her own until her father sends her in Rafis place to act as collateral for a dangerous deal. Everyone thinks shes her sister but Col, the son of a rival leader, is starting to get close enough to tell the difference. As the stakes grow higher and higher, Frey must decide whether she can trust him or anyone in her life....
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OMG!!!!!! I HAVE AN ARC FOR ONE OF THE FIRST SCI-FI SERIES I EVER READ THAT MADE ME LOVE THE GENRE!!!!
DOES IT GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS??????
Very intrigued to see where this series will go! Major cliffhanger ending! It took me a little bit to get back into the world, especially since Frey is more or less just a mirror for her sister and it took her a while to really show her own personality.
This is the first Westerfeld novel I’ve ever read and it is 100% a 5/5 read for me.
Okay so after listening to this book, I just realized that this is a spin off series from the uglies. Which is a series I just started.. so this is awkward.
Impostors was still an enjoyable book. In it, you will meet Frey and you get to know about her secret life. She's a twin but the one that stays in the shadows mostly. She knows how to kill while Rafia, is the heir to the family. Seems like a pretty crappy deal if you ask me. For some really stupid reason, their dad sends Frey to a rival city ...more
I've been a huge Uglies fan since I was a kid, so when this book was announced I was equal parts excited and nervous. I was worried that one of my favorite series would be ruined by an unnecessary addition--but this book turned out fantastic.
Impostors could stand alone apart from the Uglies series, but fans will be delighted to see a bunch of Easter eggs that hearken back to the original series. There was just enough to keep an old fan like myself squealing with the references, but the world was ...more
> 3.5 stars
Argh I love books where people pretend they’re someone they’re not! And I love books with sibling relationships too. IMPOSTORS was a fun, quick-paced and non-demanding novel that will likely delight fans of the original trilogy (though you don’t have to have read the original trilogy to read this series, as it’s set after the events of the main trilogy.) There are a few bits of jargon here and there that new readers may not understand, but it’s likely that you can understand them ...more
This book was a fast-paced, page turner of a read from the start all the way through to the finish.
Personally, I feel that this book may have received a higher rating from me if I would have reread the whole "Uglies" series prior to reading this new installment. I think it may have changed my overall reading experience to refresh myself of the original story, as well as remind myself of what exactly is different within the Ugly universe.
With that being said though, it isn't necessary ...more
I'm such a sucker for these stories you knew it was going to be five stars