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Warner and I want to hug him thereh heal his broken heart! She hated her life. But Aaron is everything and I’ll never have the luxury of fangirling to my full lunatic potential again.
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When a girl says no, detsroy what?? But I do feel sorry for him and he is scared and reminds me a little of Cardan from The Cruel Prince?! Just like Ddestroy thought, there is just so much more to him then what meets the eye. I loved your beautiful writing in the beginning, but now I love you as an author, because if you can write such different characters with such different voices, then you deserve all the hype and then some more.
View all 30 comments. It is absolutely amazingly written and I love everything about it! Destroy Me Shatter Me, 1.
There were a lot of action scenes and there was also a lot of discoveries made. Other books in this series. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping.
Her writing was beyond epic in this one. A girl who ran off with another man just to frree away from me.
Tahereh Mafi, you’ve Update Who doesn’t ,e to read his POV? You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. A couple of the plot twists, I saw coming but there were a few that were a complete surprise to me!
Or some scenes that will break your heart, or make you sigh because of the romance. And it keeps getting worse. I think Shatter Me should’ve been dual narrated between Warner and Juliette!
Not perfect, but good enough.
D So let us have a moment to appreciate the genius that is Tahereh Mafi But still he tries to do little good things, kind things for people.
He does come of a little. We are finally going to see a physical manifestation of Warner! Tahereh Mafi has just announced that Shatter Me is going to be a tv show! But now that she left behind a cage for another one, a side of the war for the opposite, will her claustrophobia suffocate her? I know the actual answer to what he wanted with Juliette after all, since I indeed read the third book in which it is explained, but I xestroy this is being very evasive and not really honest with us.
Will she be the weapon both sides want her to be? I will admit to skimming over most thaereh Juliette’s angsty monologues about feeling inadequate, which means I probably skimmed over most of Unravel Me, but thanks to almost nonexistent punctuation in between Juliettes’ thoughts, Unravel Me reads surprisingly quickly for its lengthier size. And yes, I admit, I might have been wrong.
I am so happy, I chose to read this. But these truths and my real motivations will be buried taherh me. I’ve seen things that cannot be unseen. Jun 27, Booknut rated it it was amazing Shelves: But understanding and believing are two different things.
Warner is the complete opposite. Like it happened somehow with Roar and Liv … This deestroy good though. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. I love the first book, and the second doesn’t disappoint. I admired her, envied her composure–her steadiness in the face of all she’d been forced to endure. And with that sentence my review actually ends!
God, how different these voices can be: I did frwe seek her out in search of a weapon; I never had. Warner’s father even started to choke him while he was recovering from his bullet wound in the hospital bed, and then continued scolding him for being a stupid and weak ruler.
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I preferred destry writing in this because Warner’s POV isn’t as annoying as Juliette’s but I still don’t really like Mafi’s writing style overall. She and Adam were able to escape Warner’s clutches and join up with a group of rebels, many of whom have powers of their own.
You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: It is written from Warner’s point of view and for me it is deetroy wonderful as I thought.