Juliette and Warner’s story continues in the thrilling fifth installment of Tahereh Mafi’s New York Times bestselling Shatter Me series.
Juliette Ferrars isn’t who she thinks she is.
Nothing in her world is what it seemed. She thought she’d finally defeated the Reestablishment. She thought she’d finally taken control of her life, her power, and her pain. But Juliette has only just begun to unravel a lifetime of lies, and she finds herself faced with a familiar choice:
Be a weapon. Or be a warrior.
This time, she’s not alone. Stronger, braver, and more resilient than ever, Juliette will fight for life and love with her friends by her side—but first, she has to survive the war being waged against her mind:
She has to remember who she was.
Narrated by Juliette, Warner, and Kenji Kishimoto, this gripping novel perfectly sets the stage for the highly anticipated forthcoming conclusion to the Shatter Me series.
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One of my all time favorite series. This author is so poetic. I love her writing style. Books always make me feel emotion, but none as strongly as this series has. This series is one of the only ones where I’ve found myself laughing out loud, holding my breath, grinning, and even crying. Amazing.
Still don’t like the series.
Never read a series where the lead character had a name change in the book. Can’t say I like that. Definitely wouldn’t read any other novels from this author.
This was a waste of time and money I regret this purchase horrible
As much as I kept wanting to like this story I felt like I was thrown into a three-part series where I’m just getting the second part I had no idea what was going on I didn’t know the character story I really care of the characters I hated every minute of this and almost stopped her three times but thought that I might catch on eventually I simply was lost in this so I don’t know if there’s something I missed might be a prior story or maybe some saga or events but I was just totally lost I also did not like these young characters killing their parents and feeling this though a younger reader might not understand all the variables as adult would it seem to justify killing