This novella-length digital original bridges the gap between Shatter Me and Unravel Me from the perspective of the villain we all love to hate, Warner, the. Read “Destroy Me” by Tahereh Mafi with Rakuten Kobo. Set after Tahereh Mafi’s Shatter Me and before Unravel Me, Destroy Me is a novella told from the. Set after Tahereh Mafi’s Shatter Me and before Unravel Me, Destroy Me is a novella told from the perspective of Warner, the ruthless leader of.
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Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. It should have taken Juliette a single touch to kill Warner. But his mysterious immunity to her deadly power has left her shaken, wondering why her ultimate defense mechanism failed against the person she most needs protection from.
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.
Juliette will finally be able to actively fight against The Reestablishment and try to fix her broken world. And perhaps these new allies can help her shed light on the secret behind Adam’s–and Warner’s–immunity to her killer skin.
Juliette’s world is packed with high-stakes action and mfai romance, perfect for fans of the Red Queen series by Victoria Aveyard and the Darkest Minds trilogy by Alexandra Bracken. The Best Books of Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Looking for beautiful books? Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more.
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Shatter Me Tahereh Mafi. Unite Me Tahereh Mafi. Unravel Me Tahereh Mafi. Ignite Me Tahereh Mafi. Restore Me Tahereh Mafi. Back cover copy tick tick tick tick tick it’s almost time for war. Juliette has escaped to Omega Point. It is a place for people like her–people with gifts–and it is also the headquarters of the rebel resistance.
She’s finally free from The Reestablishment, free from their plan to use her as a weapon, and free to love Adam. But Juliette will never be free from her lethal touch. Or from Warner, who wants Juliette more than she ever thought possible.
In this exhilarating destrou to Shatter Me, Juliette has to make life-changing decisions taheeeh what she wants and what she thinks is right. Madi that might involve choosing between her heart–and Adam’s life. Our customer reviews Favourite Quote: This book was soooo good! Do I like it better than the first book? The plot for this book was very fast paced. There were a lot of action scenes and there was also a lot of discoveries made. A couple of the plot twists, I saw coming but there were a few that were a complete surprise to me!
The ending was not a cliffhanger thankfully but it successfully set up for the final installment in this trilogy! Juliette was far too self-pitying in this book, I know she had valid reasons but I find almost every page she was complaining about herself or her future and eventually it started to irritate me! As for the side characters, I love love love love Kenji. He may be in my favourite fictional characters of all time! There were others I liked such as Brendan, the twins, Castle etc we only saw small pieces of them here and there but I liked them all well enough!
Overall this was a great addition to the trilogy and I cannot wait to read the final book! I’m afraid mafo sequel didn’t overwhelm me quite like the first book.
She isn’t entirely inapproachable anymore, so some of this forbidden allure relationships between Juliette and Adam as Juliette and Tahrreh held simply evaporated in the second book.
Where things felt almost one hundred percent unpredictable in the first book, they appeared more pre-determined now, Juliette has an idea of what’s happening around her and knows what’s ahead of her, at least for a few days. Now she’s living with a group of specially gifted people who are like her. New as old characters were all really great in their own ways and their capacity to infuriate or fascinate you. Adam and Warner continue to compete for Juliette’s heart and all Warner fans will get their money’s worth, because we learn a lot more about his past and what’s on his mind.
What really bothered me were Adam and Juliette distancing themselves from each other, because it could be too dangerous for them to be together. I thought we’d already overcome that hurdle. No more of this old game in book three, please! Tahereh’s language is as desyroy and poetical as always, still Juliette lost a little bit of her sometimes strange and always unique voice that was only hers. Yet there’s sure enough action and love to make every reader happy.
And the evolvement of Warner’s character is a definite and strong plus! After my excitement for this series had been rekindled by Destroy Me, I was really looking forward to Unravel Me. I was sure my dislike of Shatter Me was a situational thing; I must have disliked it because of the headspace I was in when I read it!
And dstroy I realized it wasn’t Unravel Me per se that I disliked, but it’s heroine; it’s pathetically whiney, dependent and frail heroine who showed no little growth since Shatter Me. Before I get into all of the reasons why Destfoy has ruined this series for me, I would like to comment on the one thing things I did enjoy in Unravel Me.
I will admit to skimming over most of Juliette’s angsty monologues about feeling inadequate, which means I probably skimmed over mme of Unravel Me, but thanks to almost nonexistent punctuation in between Juliettes’ thoughts, Unravel Me reads surprisingly quickly for its lengthier size. Mafi’s prose, while definitely of the purple nature, is also quite pretty even though it rarely makes sense.
Destoy should have known then, but I was promised a world of delights if I read through until Chapter 62, so Tahedeh persevered. As for Juliette, I’m going to quote from my review of Shatter Me, since it seems appropriate here: This em of behaviour I could have forgiven, had she shown any growth. But tahegeh wasn’t until the last few chapters that she went from being desrtoy weak, ridiculously melodramatic and frustratingly insecure protagonist into one with the glimmer of something resembling strength.
Juliette has seen absolutely no growth since Shatter Me; the description I posted tahwreh is equally as fitting in Unravel Me. You know how I know Juliette is supposed to have grown?
Because she tells me so! To allow myself to be scared and to find my own way through it. I’ve had to train without him, fight without him, face Warner and Anderson and the chaos of my mind all without him by my side.
And I feel different now. I feel stronger since putting space between us. And I don’t know what that means. Kafi I know is that it’ll never be safe for me to rely on someone else again, to need constant reassurance of who I am and who I might someday be.
I can love him, but I can’t depend on him to be my backbone. I can’t be my own person if I mmafi require someone else to hold me together.
Sobbing on her knees, trembling in fright, and relying on someone else to pick her up. I understand that Juliette had a tough childhood. I understand that she was tortured at a young age and that there will be psychological repercussions because of it.
But understanding and believing are two different things. I didn’t believe that Juliette was acting out tahereeh some deep psychological torment when she played mind games with both Adam and Warner. I didn’t believe that Juliette thought herself a monster, and that was the reason she was so afraid to learn how to control her abilities. And I didn’t believe in her inner strength because every time she was pushed, she fell to the ground, crying. As for chapter 62, I was too distracted by Juliette’s complete and utter betrayal to enjoy any of it.
When the synopsis says that she has to make some hard ,afi, it is destrly exaggerating I thought it was just being fancy, but she is faced with a twist that I didn’t amfi coming. And it makes her have to make choices about love that can kill, or breaking her own heart I love the first book, and the second doesn’t disappoint.
We get to see more about Omega Point, and we get more of Kenji, who quickly rahereh one of my favorite secondary characters. Ke Unravel Me, we see more of the day to day operations and Castle’s research. The action is well written and the character development is superb. Juliette learns so much about herself and about stepping up, but she of course is still not perfect. She makes some mistakes tagereh hurt to read about, and she literally couldn’t make some of her decisions without hurting someone.
Besides the above mentioned twist, there are others that left me reeling. I finally began to see the appeal of Warner to an extent this part of the review was written before I read Destroy Me but I still go a little crazy for Adam He makes me happy just how much he adores her and how loyal he is to his family and what destrog believes in.
Speaking of his family–James has grown up a little in this one and he is one of my fave characters besides the obvious choices.
I don’t know how that is going to happen, but I know I don’t want it. Where Shatter Me was Adam’s book, and it made me love him, and it seems like the main character always picks the first love, Unravel Me is Warner’s book. We get to see more of that deep, emotional and scarred side of him. And we see more connection with Warner, because Juliette is destrooy of hurting Adam.
My mind doesn’t even know what to think, and that is good writing when I can’t make up my mind. As usual, the pacing is great. There is always some sort of action going on, whether battles or character development.