The heart-stopping third installment in the New York Times bestselling Shatter Me series, which Ransom Riggs, author of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children and Hollow City, called "a thrilling, high-stakes saga of self-discovery and forbidden love."
With Omega Point destroyed, Juliette doesn't know if the rebels, her friends, or even Adam are alive. But that won't keep her from trying to take down The Reestablishment once and for all. Now she must rely on Warner, the handsome commander of Sector 45. The one person she never thought she could trust. The same person who saved her life. He promises to help Juliette master her powers and save their dying world . . . but that's not all he wants with her.
The Shatter Me series is perfect for fans who crave action-packed young adult novels with tantalizing romance like Divergent by Veronica Roth, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, and Legend by Marie Lu. Tahereh Mafi has created a captivating and original story that combines the best of dystopian and paranormal and was praised by Publishers Weekly as "a gripping read from an author who's not afraid to take risks."
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Finally a conclusion to a series worth raving about. Inspires young girls not to be afraid of the power they hold within. Ending was subtle yet empowering. Definitely an author I'm going to look for in the future.
Thanks Ms. Mafi. I'm happy to have concluded this journey.
1) Characters: Juliette’s arc was well done and she progressed into a likable MC. I haven’t totally accepted Warner’s character, but he’s growing on me because the romance was really great (if you ignore the disaster that was Unravel Me). If you did like him in Unravel Me, prepare to fall in love. I hated how Mafi handled Adam just to make Warner look good, though. Extremely disappointing.
2) Plot & World: Remained generic and bland. The ending was predictable, rushed, and unreasonable: what makes her think she’s qualified to do that??? Juliette’s abilities were also annoying because she ends up having several super convenient abilities that don’t make sense combined.
3) Writing: Wayyy more tolerable, and refreshingly self aware.
- Overall, the best book in the series (3.5 stars). Recommend as a fluffy sexy read, but not as a serious dystopian.