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epub ✓ Stupid Perfect World · Scott Westerfeld S project Soon Kieran is sleeping and having vivid dreams while Maria whose Scarcity project is to give up all teenage hormone regulation is experiencing emotions she never knew she had As their assignments draw them closer together they begin to wonder if the olden days weren't so bad Maybe something has been missing from their perfect lives after a A short glimpse of a very near perfect future world Bit of a peek into what we may give up for such perfection Fast read The discussion touches briefly on many things including life risk dreams drama disease danger Hamlet and of course love

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kindle Ó Stupid Perfect World ebook ´ In this future set novella by bestselling author Scott Westerfeld Kieran Black lives in a perfect world Disease and starvation have been eradicated sleep is unnecessary and it takes no time at all to go from the Bahamas to the moon But now Kieran has to take Scarcity a class about how people lived in the b In this future set novella by bestselling author Scott Westerfeld Kieran Black lives in a perfect world Disease and starvation have been eradicated sleep is unnecessary and it takes no time at all to go from the Bahamas to the moon But now Kieran has to take Scarcity a class about how people lived in the bad old days And as if sitting through an hour This was very very goodIt's not a dystopia It's a utopia for actuals which is pretty sweet This is a future where disease war famine it's all gone Conuered I guess you could say And for a school project kids have to experience something from beforeKieran chooses sleep Maria chooses hormones Between dreams and teenage angst the two are brought closer by their experiencesAnd it's very well doneI'd like if Westerfeld took this concept and kept going with it But the novella's nice too

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Stupid Perfect WorldOf Scarcity every day wasn't depressing enough it's final projects time Each student must choose some form of ancient hardship to experience for two whole weeks Kieran chooses having to sleep eight hours a night which doesn't seem too annoyingMaria Borsotti has never thought much of Kieran but she decides to take pity on him and help him out with hi Um what did I just read That’s the uestion I want to ask myself as I get to the very abrupt ending of this piece Granted it is a short story—novella whatever you want to call it and I think that fact hinders the author’s ability to write a really deep story Because there is so much than I wanted from this novella than what I got The blurb promises to reveal “something that has been missing from their perfect lives after all” but I don’t think it ever does I mean yeah Kieran experiences sleep and dreams and Maria drowns in her hormones but what’s the message The bigger picture I know there is one there should be one but I don’t feel like the characters ever get a grasp on what it is The beginning and middle of the novella could be perceived as being written well I think but like I mentioned this being a novella I just don’t think the author had enough time In the beginning I had no clue what was going on—what with all the bio whatevers and a girl named Barefoot—but by the time I did get a hold on our setting the book was ending If this were a full length novel I think the author could have effectively gone into explaining everything so we can better connect with this Stupid Perfect World and the relationships weaved into it It was all very vague It had its moments—I loved how the author described the teens’ descent into living hormonal and dreamful lives I finally thought “okay I can relate to this”—but in the end it was just okay