Unite Me: TikTok Made Me Buy It! The most addictive YA fantasy series of the year (Shatter Me)

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      Addictive, intense, and oozing with romance. I’m envious. I couldn’t put it down. ― Lauren Kate, no.1 NYT bestselling author of the Fallen series

      Dangerous, sexy, romantic, and intense. I dare you to stop reading. ― Kami Garcia, #1 New York Times bestselling co-author of the Beautiful Creatures series

      Book Description

      TikTok Made Me Buy It! The most addictive YA fantasy series of the year

      Dimensions 1.4 × 19.8 cm
      Publisher ‏

      ‎ Electric Monkey (1 June 2019)

      Language ‏

      ‎ English

      Paperback ‏

      ‎ 208 pages

      ISBN-10 ‏

      ‎ 1405296240

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 978-1405296243

      Reading age ‏

      ‎ 12 – 16 years

      Item Weight ‏

      ‎ 130 g

      Dimensions ‏

      ‎ 12.9 x 1.4 x 19.8 cm

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      12 reviews for Unite Me: TikTok Made Me Buy It! The most addictive YA fantasy series of the year (Shatter Me)

      1. Amazon Customer

      2. Caro

        So the reading order is a little complicated. It’s mentioned above here by a very helpful person ❤️This book is not like absolutely necessary to be read but then it does add to the series.The first part gives more clarity about Warner and his story, his background and how and why he turned out the way he is ( actually not too bad) and the second part is Adams story ( not too much depth here but I feel this was important to the whole plot too)I did turn team Warner here so I might be a little biased 🙈

      3. sakina

        Some of the pages aren’t printed properly, the print is very light and most of them are not numbered. It made me wonder if all the pages are present there.

      4. Kadheeja

        I didn’t read it yet but the quality of the book was amazing. No damage was there in the book. Its worth the purchase.

      5. Deepika

        It is an awsome series….if u r gonna buy this book then maybe u will like to finish all the books of this series……there are 2 paperback novellas…one combines destroy me and fracture me (THEY ARE IN KINDE EDITION) that is UNITE ME…..and one combines shadow me and reveal me (THEY ARE ALSO IN KINDLE EDITION)….which is FIND ME…so i read like this…1. shatter me…2. 1st part from unite me..3. unravel me…4. 2nd part of unite me…5. ignite me….6.1st part of find me….7. restore me….8. 2nd part of find me…9. Defy me…..and the final one is IMAGINE ME..it is in kindle form too…….i was looking for such review which told proper sequence…for a long time before buying every book from this series..but couldn’t find so thought this might be helpful…..😄😄

      6. Hazal

        What can I say😭 Warner is Warner 😍Every shatter me fan should have this in their shelf! If you haven’t read this series then what the hell are you doing with your life.. go and read this series asap!😍😍😍

      7. Shivani Reddy

        fracture me:i learnt so much about adam through this book.. but this book fractured me because i am on team adam and however bad adam may be i still want juliette to be with him.. :( .. i really dont understand wat is going to happen in ignite me.. CAN’T WAIT…destroy me:i don’t know why i read this book after everything but i guess i just could’nt let go of the series but now that i have nothing in this series to read except ignite me which is not yet released i know i have no choice but to let go… i loved this book. even though i’m on team adam getting to know warner still intrigued me..I’M REALLLY CURIOUS ABOUT HOW IGNITE ME IS GONNA ROLL..I CAN’T WAIT.. :DI COULD’NT HAVE BEEN MORE WRONG…I LOVED WARNER COMPLETELY IN IGNITE ME …OMG I JUST… I LOVE HIM NOW.. :D

      8. Bozena F.

        Fracture Me reviewThis short prequel to the Shatter Me series is Adam’s perspective of the events from the first 2 books in this series.His feelings and emotions are all over the place.He’s hurting, he’s desperate, but doubt himself and his love.His feelings for Juliette are a conflict between his thoughts about her and his brother.I can’t explain why, but it sounds like he’s losing the battle in his head of having any hope for a better future.That’s not what the story says, of course. It’s just my opinion.He was my favorite so far, but he’s slowly going on my nerves 😬 Yes, the characters from this series will do this to you 😉I can’t describe more without spoiling the story.Just read this series.I’m already addicted to this series 🤣

      9. Ana

        wowWowEinfach wioowwwEs war so faszinierend diese Novelle zu lesenSo schön, Traurig,Wütend, Hass, Liebe eine Mischung aus allen Emotionen lohnt sich echt die Novellen zu lesen man bekommt neue Sichten und man ist mit den Charakteren verbunden

      10. Kindle Customer

        Också väldigt bra bok.Mycket bra bok och roligt med 2 berättelser i en bok men även denna kom inte inplastad och låg och åkte runt i kartongen vilket jag tyckte var dåligt.

      11. THANG NGUYEN

        Two broken menBook Review: Unite Me – Destroy MePg 75- Is it weird, am I the only one. I’m sure I’m not. But somehow, even thought I was curious through Shatter Me, I’m now certain. As I am finicky, I’m probably not devoted either. Very gullible to words on the pages and the emotions I read that I start to fall for a broken man who seemed so put together in the first book. No, it’s not “I love you at “hello,”‘ but rather up to chapter fifteen I realized he’s not so perfect, the soldier, this leader. Cold on the outside, super soft and guarded in the inside. His full past will unfold but so far he’s got my hands at an arms length and I’m longingly looking at him with eyes of longing, sympathy, or just loathing. Who knows..Julliette’s journal is so depressing. Even though it’s fiction, it’s still a feeling, feelings, thoughts, that someone out there in this world is actually feeling this way. Abuse can be a game changer neither it breaks you or makes you stronger. But Julliette holds on to her humanity, she consistently searches for a friend, a companion, someone to acknowledge her, to laugh and cry, to whisper and dream. Her journal is untold emotions bottled up on pages and words leaving no empty corners to even leak ink.If there’s a word to describe Warner, his hot and cold exterior? It’s UNBREAKABLE! Although, his insides, his emotions and damaged mental conscious, it’s INTENSE.The one thing that brought Juliette and Warner together is her journal that Warner stole. So much in common, it’s like looking into the your very own soul and peeking out to see it’s someone’s else’s entirely. If you say Warner is lucky to be brought up alive and given his position right now, I’m saying there’s much to be read into his life. To digest it, absorb the enormassity of it and understand it inside out. He wasn’t loved but broken, he was cherished but expected of. Poor guy. I’ve come to love a broken fiction guy. Is he the male lead now of Shatter Me?Unravel Me:My heart broke for Adam. So many ways not just one. I tried grieving with him and being there for him. And Kenji, he’s tried his best and nothing bad can be said about that. He is the stone, the rock that keeps people around him steady. For Juliette she barely found herself and being new to fighting, it was hard for Adam as well. And James, poor James, he’s what that’s keeping Adam sane. And if anything were to be said about his braveness, it’s that it’s saved his life and Adam’s.Juliette’s journal:Most of the passages were read and made appearances throughout the series. I did grow bored of the repetition but because Tahereh Mafi’s writing is so intense for me, I keep reading to the end pulling myself together to move one. Bc Juliette was broken and shoved and stomped all over. Her body broken, her mind damaged but she held on tight to her humanity and that saved her life and brought her closer to her heart and soul.

      12. Jessica S.

        Some awesome novellas here!Broke this review down into two parts, one for Destroy Me and the other for Fracture Me plus a few final comments on bonus content.PART 1 of my review:So I’m going to read the Shatter Me books in order, novellas included. I only read Destroy Me in this Tahereh Mafi’s Unite Me and all I can say is wow! I think I finally get why everyone was so over the moon with Warner! He didn’t really impress me too much in Shatter Me, kind of skeeved me out. But getting inside his head in Destroy Me, totally changed my opinion of him.Warner’s father is the new world leader while Warner only reigns over Sector 45 and when his father comes to help him out the “mess” he made, he’s anything but happy. And yeah, his father? Not winning any father of the year awards anytime soon. It kind of makes sense for Warner’s own character, but Warner still takes you by surprise.He uncovers Juliette’s diary and begins to read it. Not only does he get a better understanding of Juliette, but we also learn more about him. We learn that he’s been watching Juliette all along via camera in her prison cell. Still extremely creepy, but yet this is how he falls in love with her. He watches her try to keep her sanity while locked away from everyone and everything.Warner just completely took me by surprise. For we really do get to see another side to Warner. Perhaps his true self. He’s not a monster like we were led to believe and we even learn about the solider he shot point blank in front of Juliette!Destroy Me is definitely a MUST read if you’ve read Shatter Me and felt hesitant about moving forward. I plan to read Unravel Me next, then I’ll come back to this to read Fracture Me, which as you may already know, is Adam’s thoughts after Unravel Me!Rating 5/5 starsPART 2 of my reviewFracture Me is Tahereh Mafi’s second novella and this time we get Adam’s point of view during the tail end of Unravel Me and what happened after he and Juliette got separated.It was strange being in Adam’s mind, it definitely gave me a new perspective of Juliette. Where I thought she was doing better and acting a little less spastic, Adam kind of sees her as not. Or possibly chalking up her recent behavior to nerves. He does still love her and care for her though, for at this point he’s struggling to do better so that they can be together. In some ways, I find myself wondering if he really does care for her so deeply. He worries over her constantly, almost to the point where you wonder if he sees her as a child needing to be cared for, like James, and that’s why he wants to keep her.After they get separated Kenji is all about going after her, she’s one of their own after all, but Adam wants to go back for his brother. It even proves necessary as the enemy is moving in on the location of Omega Point, where James and many other of their friends who were unable to fight wait. Now here, I can understand Adam wanting to go for his brother first, he’s family after all. But then once everyone gathers together, he wants everyone to come with him. He wants Kenji to come with him, instead of going after Juliette.It almost makes me wonder what does he really feel for her? He’s so reluctant to go after her, he believes her safe with Warner since Warner has her–even though we know better.This was yet another fast paced read and a definite insight to the mind of Adam Kent. Definitely changed my perspective of him.Now as to the bonus content of Unite Me, I was a mite disappointed in it. Juliette’s journal turned out to be pretty much all the excerpts we’ve read before. Which I kind of figured. But I was hoping that they might at least be in chronological order as to when she wrote them. When what is clearly the first entry is somewhere in the middle of all the excerpts. The only reason why I bought this paperback edition was because it was cheaper than buying two ebooks. Amazon had it on sale and I thought why not? Plus I was curious over the bonus content and hoping for something new, possibly. But I don’t regret buying it. Still got to read the novellas!Rating 4/5 stars, as I was kind of upset with Adam by the end and some of his thought patterns towards Juliette.Overall Rating for Unite Me 4/5 stars

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