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      Dangerous, sexy, romantic and intense. I dare you to stop reading!’, Kami Garcia, bestselling author of the Beautiful Creatures series

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

      Dimensions 3 × 19.8 cm
      Publisher ‏

      ‎ Electric Monkey (1 April 2018)

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      ‎ English

      Paperback ‏

      ‎ 480 pages

      ISBN-10 ‏

      ‎ 1405291761

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 978-1405291767

      Reading age ‏

      ‎ 12 – 16 years

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      ‎ 300 g

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      ‎ 12.9 x 3 x 19.8 cm

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      ‎ India

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      13 reviews for Unravel Me (Shatter Me): TikTok Made Me Buy It! The most addictive YA fantasy series of 2021

      1. Chiya Malik

        tickticktickticktickit’s almosttime 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 sequel to Shatter Me, Juliette has to make life-changing decisions between what she wants and what she thinks is right. Decisions that might involve choosing between her heart—and Adam’s life.5 StarsWell, you either read this book before you read the e-novella Destroy me, or after. And trust me, that novella make a hell lot of difference.Trust me, I’m the kind of person who hardly ever reads the novellas. But this time, I made an exception. And darn it, wow.I saw everyone, including loser extreme, Juliette, in a different light. And there is SO much to Warner than we give him credit for. (Well, apart from his devilish good looks, now)I had hated Shatter Me, the first book in the series, rather passionately. What? It’s freaking useless and eventless! But this one, one the contrary, is SO good. Eventful, amazing, funny. Its kept me so hooked, I was feeling like Juliette after she starts liking Warner. (THAT, though)No, really. I was pretty content on my stand for this series, and had absolutely no intention of reading it. Then, #ShatterMeTV happened. That was pretty much enough to convince me.There is so much Warner in this book that its just freakin’ overwhelming, man. And Adam is just lost and stupid. And in the light of a new discovery about him and why he can touch Juliette breaks him further. And trust me, I’m not complaining. He’s not even worth my time when Warner is around. It’s rather funny for me when people talk about “teams” here. When were there freaking teams? There be only Warner!And as for Juliette, *sighs*she starts out as a complete basket casebut goes on to be a somewhat badass. Her character hit character development faster than spontaneous combustion. Literally.We see Warner all head-over-heals, makes-you-wanna-cry mood. He’s actually nice. But he still maintains his bad boy charisma we love him for. I try my best to like Adam. To adore the brother side of him, or anything. But bam, no. There are 2 sides to Adam. One is bearable, and one makes me wanna give him a hug. On the neck. With a rope.As for Warner, there are so many sides to him. So many. If you don’t like one, love the other! You either love him, or you’re freaking asexual.Aaaaand when you find out about the Adam-Warner relation..And Warner’s real name is Aaron. Aaron. Aaron. I can say it all day.And the Warner-Juliette scene at the end. I. Couldn’t. Believe. The. NERVE. of that wretched girl. HOW? How could you?All in all, I’m happy that they’re getting this on TV. Can’t wait.P.S- I’m reading Fracture Me, the novella from Adam’s point of view, and making funny sounds and faces at him. #SorryNotSorry

      2. Tenzin p.

        I am literally in love with this book and this series and I would definitely recommend this to you. You should read this and I promise you will not regret it❕❕❕✨The book I got was in very good condition and shape too.

      3. Shruti Negi

        I received my order today so happy to see the book in good condition. It was hard to find this book in lower cost but finally found and thankful to receive this….. hope to get other part in low price too…..

      4. dinaa

      5. Grace Mary

        I have not read it yet but I know it’s gonna be good. Packaging was really nice and sturdy. Received in good condition.💕

      6. Zahra Zakir

        This book is a must!!! Warner and Juliette build a connection between each other. If u hv read shatter me trust me you won’t regret buying this.


        Unravel me byTahereh Mafi is a lot better than Shatter Me in terms of character development, plot development and creating a suspense that actually made me turning the pages at the end of the book and I was like “No,the book can’t finish here.”The best part about this book was obviously Warner but I also liked how the character of Juliette developed in the book.In the first half of the book I was obviously falling for Kenji.And I was like”I love this guy”.I mean especially this portion whenh e rattles on and on about Juliette’s twenty-four hour moping about her problems in life. “All you do is sit around and think about your feelings.You’ve got problems.Boo-freaking hoo…….I mean that was pretty cool and reflected Kenji as a more practical man behind his flirty and humorous exterior.Also some of his dialogues are freaking good.”You have severe mental constipation.”Kenji is really witty and the way his and Juliette’s friendship grows throughout this book is quite adorable.Kenji really works as a true guide to Juliette and makes her see things the way they are and accept them(much like Warner but I’ll discuss that later)Yeah one thing I didn’t like about Adam was he appeared to be less stable in this book.To be fair,I never shipped Juliette and Adam.Sorry guys,if any of you ships them.It’s just I like Warner a lot.I honestly was thrilled to know more and more about Warner.I liked that there were bits and pieces of his backstory.The kind of passion he had for Juliette.I loved it when he told Juliette that how he read and reread her notebook until he memorized it.I was actually waiting for Juliette and Warner to have a tender moment and they had it in the ‘Tahereh Mafi- kind -of -romance’ style which left me with hope for the third book(Again !sorry Juliette-Adam shippers!!)All in all,I loved the book’s writing style but I think the USP of the book was the suspense and Warner’s character development.I really loved him.

      8. Ananya Hazra

        Firstly i would ask Amazon to improve their packaging..i mean the book came in good state but the packing was worn off..i did not like the way the book had been packed at all..but anyone it came in time so i would give give point for thatNow about the book ..it’s the 2nd part of shatter me series and what i could say…it’s INCREDIBLE!! The way it’s written they way the characters are explained the depths of characters..it’s just incredible you can’t stop reading this book it’s just amazingg

      9. Sandy Farmer

        4 Stars**There will be spoilers for Shatter Me and Destroy Me.**I said this in my review of Destroy Me but I feel like I need to say it again. When I read Shatter Me the only thing I really knew beforehand was that people loved it and that there were Team Adam fans and Team Warner fans. While reading Shatter Me it was hard to imagine that there could possibly be Team Warner fans because of how strongly Juliette feels about Adam and how negatively she feels about Warner. Just the simple fact that Warner could touch Juliette, like Adam, was the start to the whys behind all of that. But it was just difficult for me to imagine how the events could possibly play out that would even bring about a Team Warner. After reading Shatter Me, I polled my fellow readers to see if I should “bother” with the in between novellas Destroy Me and Fracture Me and with the exception of one no, everyone said yes, and I decided to follow their advice. Because Destroy Me is told from Warner’s POV, I think this is where a lot of the sympathies and Team Warner fans began to develop. When you can see inside someone else’s head, you understand them more and I find that I’m more sympathetic with them. But there’s a play on perspective because Warner guards himself so closely that I just had to wonder how Juliette would ever see the things that Warner feels. And so that’s essentially where I was starting Unravel Me.Even though I really enjoyed Destroy Me, I was struck anew with how beautiful Tahereh Mafi’s writing style is in Unravel Me. Destroy Me was well written, but Unravel Me was on an entirely different level. Part of this is due to Juliette’s narration over Warner’s. And I actually love that there’s such a drastic difference between the way that she writes from each character. It just fits each one uniquely and perfectly. But the problem with Unravel Me being so much better was that I was highlighting in my kindle for DAYS and DAYS! And I’ll probably end up sharing WAY too many quotes in this review. You’ve been warner. Feel free to skip them, but I just love her writing so much. That being said, Kenji pointed out to Juliette that she was entirely too self-involved considering all the events going on around them, and he was so right. After that, it was almost like no matter how well worded Tahereh Mafi’s sentences were, I could only focus on how whiny Juliette was being.I’ve got some beef with Unravel Me that only begins with Juliette’s complaining. I’m a little nervous about discussing my issues because some of them are spoilers. One thing I know I can say (that’s not a spoiler) is that even though I read Destroy Me and was able to see inside Warner’s head for a bit, I still found him hard to read and interpret through Juliette’s eyes. His motives and decisions didn’t always seem to add up with the information present or with the information presented in Destroy Me. So I can definitely see how anyone who might decide to skip the in between novellas will not be sympathetic to him at all. I was only beginning to be, and I was almost rooting for him (who doesn’t want to root for the guy who you can see is capable of more?). I did enjoy seeing the things that Juliette zeroes in on that they have in common, especially when they were things that Warner hadn’t pointed out in Destroy Me.Another issue I had was in the conflict that arises between Juliette and Adam. I’m not going to go into any detail on what that conflict was, but I just had a hard time with it. I’m never really a fan of “leaving for the good of the other party”…I mean honestly, I think that happens in real life. There are times when you need to make a tough decision in relationships for the sake of the other party, but in books it just never seems to actually be used in the right way in my opinion. The characters tend to hover around each other which just leads to continually hurting each other. With Adam and Juliette…well I just struggled with that conflict.***Spoiler*** Highlight to show spoiler: I found myself completely confused with the Adam, Juliette, Warner love triangle. Here’s why. We start off Unravel Me, and Juliette and Adam are “so in love” and Warner is public enemy number one. When Adam and Juliette are physical it’s like the world has stopped and it’s just the two of them. Yada, yada, yada. But then said conflict I discussed above comes into play and they have to put some distance between themselves. We know from Destroy Me that Warner truly does love Juliette for who she is. So when events take place that lead to Warner and Juliette having a few physical moments, Juliette does the same thing. It’s like she completely forgets about Adam. Warner is the only thing she can think and feel about in that moment. I hate when characters claim to be so in love with one person, but then there’s a connection they share with a third character and in describing the encounters with the third character the main character uses descriptive terms such as “best ever,” “never felt this way,” or other terms that render them incapable in the moment to think about the character they supposedly love. I don’t like it, but I can accept when this happens when the main character has emotional feelings for guy A but perhaps has a supernatural connection with guy B. I still tend to struggle with those scenarios, but as far as I know at this moment in time, there is no supernatural connection between Juliette and Warner that would explain why being with him in any kind of physical connection would severe or overcome her emotional connection to Adam. Unless her emotional connection to Adam isn’t as strong as she originally believed. But evidence doesn’t support this theory either. Ultimately, I know who I’m rooting for and why, but I have no clear vision of how Juliette actually feels and how she can bounce back and forth between the guys so completely like she does. *** End spoiler.Favorite non-spoiler quotes:-The world might be sunny-side up today. The big ball of yellow might be spilling into the clouds, runny and yolky and blurring into the bluest sky, bright with cold hope and false promises about fond memories, real families, hearty breakfasts, stacks of pancakes drizzled in maple syrup sitting on a plate in a world that doesn’t exists anymore. Or maybe not.-But time is beyond our finite comprehension. It’s endless, it exists outside of us; we cannot run out of it or lose track of it or find a way to hold onto it. Time goes on even when we do not.-It’s like my skin and bones have been craving contact, warm affection, human interaction for so many years that I don’t know how to pace myself. I’m a starving child trying to stuff my stomach, gorging my sense on the decadence of these moments as if I’ll wake up in the morning and realize I’m still sweeping cinders for my stepmother.-He’s kissing me like he’s lost me and he’s found me and I’m slipping away and he’s never going to let me go.-“Do you have any idea how awkward it is to wave at someone and have them ignore you? And then you’re just looking around like a [jerk], trying to be all, ‘No, really, I swear, I know that girl’ and no one believes y—“-I gaspandtheworldd i s a p p e a r s-How many times, I hear a voice whisper in my head, how many times will you apologize for who you are?-“We have a million things to take care of down here, and less than none of them involve your love life.”-I know that he is a tortured soul who, like me, never grew up with the warmth of friendship or love or peaceful coexistence. I know that his father is the leader of The Reestablishment and applauds his son’s murders instead of condemning them and I know that Warner has no idea what it’s like to be normal.Neither do I. He’s spent his life fighting to fulfill his father’s expectations of global domination without questioning why, without considering the reprecussions, without stopping long enough to weigh the worth of a human life.-I forget sometimes, that there are people out there who still manage to smile every day, despite everything.-I’m so confused, because I don’t even know who he is anymore. He’s 100 different people.-“Finding this,” he says, his voice soft as he pats the cover of my notebook, “was so”—his eyebrows pull together—“it was so extraordinarily painful.” He finally looks at me and he looks like a completely different person. Like he’s trying to solve a tremendously difficult equation. “It was like meeting a friend for the very first time.”-I’m checking my pockets for spare words and sentence but I’m finding none, not an adverb, not a preposition or even a dangling participle because there doesn’t exist a single response to such an outlandish request.-Because what if one day I slip? What if one day I fall through the cracks and no one is willing to pull me back? What happens to me then?-I want to study the secrets tucked between his elbows and the whispers caught behind his knees.-”On the darkest days you have to search for a spot of brightness, on the coldest days you have to seek out a spot of warmth; on the bleakest days you have to keep your eyes onward and upward and on the saddest days you have to leave them open to let them cry. To then let them dry. To give them a chance to wash out the pain in order to see fresh and clear once again.” ….This blond boy has my secrets in his mouth. …”So much of it was like seeing myself on paper,” … “Like reading all the things I never knew how to say.”-I’m only just beginning to realize how quickly I came to rely on the healing properties of an excellent hug.-“I want you,” he says. He says “I want all of you. I want you inside and out and catching your breath and aching for me like I ache for you.”-It’s a wanting so desperate, a need so exquisite that it rivals everything, every happy moment I ever thought I knew.You guys, I could keep quoting and quoting. And believe it or not, I cut out the quotes where I highlighted entire pages at a time. I just can’t help it. This book is packed with so much…so many beautiful words.I didn’t spend much time talking about the secondary characters, because there aren’t too terribly many of them. But Kenji is an absolute favorite. He’s the one that puts Juliette in her place when she needs it the most, but he also brings the comedic relief as well.Unravel Me wasn’t as good as Shatter Me even if it was headed in more of a direction that I want to go because of the confusion I had with the triangle. I still love Tahereh Mafi’s writing. Some twists were unexpected, and others were merely annoying. But either way, I’ve GOT to know what happens next. Unravel Me gets 4 Stars from me. Have you read Unravel Me? What did you think? Let me know!For more book reviews, check out Somewhere Only We Know – http://sandyfarmer.blogspot.com.

      10. J Bryant

        NEED. BOOK. THREE. IMMEDIATELY.Do you know how you can tell you’ve found “the” book? When you read it once, and your socks are so completely rocked off, you simply must dive back into the pages and read it again. Or when you browse through your bookmarked sections and highlighted quotes, and you realize that you’ve dog-eared most of the novel, and just thinking or talking about certain scenes and chapters will a) render you incoherent, b) make your heart race, or c) cause you to break out into a smile so big and bright, the people around you will have to wear shades.That was my experience reading Unravel Me. Even now, as I type this review, I am fighting the urge to pick up the book yet again and read (translation: devour) all my favorite parts, just so I can wallow in all the awesomeness.When the book begins, Juliette and Adam are hiding out at Omega Point, a secret location that is home to the resistance, but it isn’t quite the perfect sanctuary they’d hoped for. There’s little time or opportunity for them to enjoy their newly-minted couple status, and their fellow rebels are anything but enthusiastic about having Juliette in their midst, making her feel like more of an outcast than ever. And to make matters worse, the increased Reestablishment presence in the area is putting everyone on edge, as troops led by none other than Big Bad Warner himself continue their relentless search for the fugitives. Tensions are high, and everyone is on edge.That’s the basic premise of Unravel Me, and it doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface of everything this book contains. So much happens! SO. MUCH. Tahereh Mafi didn’t just expand on the world she built in Shatter Me, she blew the lid off of it and turned a fantastic story into an epic one.The character development was ah-mazing. No one was safe. From Juliette, to Adam, to Warner, everyone had major curve balls thrown their way. They were tested. They were tried. And each one of them had to decide if they were going to step up or get out of the game. I felt for them, and yet at the same time, I loved seeing them get shaken up, because it revealed so much about each of them.Let’s start with Juliette. There’s no way around it, she’s a hot, beautiful mess, and has been since we first met her in Shatter Me. I actually cheered when certain characters (*coughKENJIcough*) took her to task, giving her a much-needed dose of hard truth and reality. But at the same time, I get it. Brought up the way she was, isolated and cut off from virtually everyone, it makes total sense that she would have a tough time adjusting not only to life at Omega Point, but also fitting in with the people around her. It’s not so much that she doesn’t want to be a team player, or that she’s so caught up in her own drama, she can’t see the forest for the trees. It’s more a case of not knowing the right moves, because she’s never had to make them before. Being a part of something, interacting with people, being loved – it’s all new to her. But Juliette is so much more than she gives herself credit for. Does she make mistakes? Yes, absolutely, but she’s learning, and every day she shoulders the burdens she is forced to carry a little better than she did the day before. That, to me, is what makes her such a compelling heroine. She’s got so much heart, so much power and raw potential (and I’m not just talking about her fearsome abilities)….I can’t wait to see where she ends up.Adam, I had a tougher time with. I adored him in Shatter Me, but here, not so much. The way he reacted to certain challenges and tribulations just didn’t sit well with me. I expected more from him, and felt like I got less. Either I’m seeing him clearly for the first time, or this wasn’t his book to shine and he’s going to come back in a big way in book three to totally wow me. Only time will tell. For now, I’m on the fence.With Warner, I had the opposite reaction. He intrigued me in book one, and totally, completely won me over in his novella (Destroy Me). Yes, I am very much Team Warner, and being the diehard fangirl that I am, there is no way I can discuss him objectively. So if you want to take everything I’m about to say with a big, heaping grain of salt, go right ahead, but IMO, Warner made this book. Would it have been great without him? Yes, I’m quite sure it would have been. With him, though – with him, it became something truly phenomenal. He brings something to this series that no one else can or will. He’s such a deliciously gray character. Not a villain, and not a classic, do-gooding hero either. He’s somewhere in between, and which side of him you see depends on who you are and what the circumstances are. I learned so much more about him in this book, and I ate up every single word he and Juliette exchanged. The tension between them does wonderful, fluttery things to my insides. In my (biased) heart of hearts, I really do believe he understands her in a way no one else can or ever will. Does that mean he is going to get the girl at the end? I honestly don’t know. I hope he does (oh, how I hope for that!!!) but at this point, I’m prepared for anything. What matters most to me is that Warner gets a happy ending, whatever that happy ending turns out to be. He’s earned it.Before I wrap this review up, I need to mention Chapter 62. Sweet mercy, Chapter 62. I’ve lost track of the number of times I’ve read it. Let’s just say a lot, and multiply it by infinity. Seriously, BEST. CHAPTER. EVER.Unravel Me did everything a sequel should. It continued to build the world the author created, it cranked up the drama and tension, it challenged the characters and had a ton of OMG-type moments, and most of all, it left me absolutely desperate to read more. I need Ignite Me (book 3) like I need my next breath. So hurry up, February 4th – get here faster! :)

      11. Lilycatreads

        Unravel Me by Tahereh MafiShatter Me was so superflippinfantastic. Omg. And I couldn’t wait for Unravel Me. Unravel Me had so many surprises for me. Like Ohmergerd. I really didn’t expect to go for Team Warner. Because I was on Team Adam too much in the first book.”Oh good,” he says to me. “You’re right on time.”Whose that? Is it Warner? Omg *fangirlsWhen I read other reviews of Unravel Me and saw that readers had gone to Team Warner, half of me was thinking ‘What’s wrong with them!’ and the other half is thinking ‘Warner must be hot in this book.’Anyways, yeah guys, Warner is so hard not to resist. Omg. Like yeah. And he’s only 19! So he could be a candidate for Juliette’s heart. Yep. Definitely. And and I heard he has abs. Omg. LOL. From Juliette.”Shoot her. Shoot her right now.”He’s so heartless. Omg. Omg. Omg. Omg. What’s gonna happen?The Cover:I never understand the eye part of the covers. But I guess it kind of signifies of its series. Since all books related to Shatter Me have that eye thing. Just from looking at the cover, it reminds me of winter. And the person is crying…..yeah I dunno what the eye stands for. At all. #clueless-reader”Maybe he and I really are perfect for each other.”In a good way. ;DThe Characters:Juliette – Hmmm…let’s see. In this book, Juliette seem to get stronger in a way and become more helpless in another way. She seems to be sure of her surrounding and I guess you can say she’s learning how to use her abilities in a way. But her romance is going astray. She loves Adam. But she can’t be with him. (Yeah. I said it out.) She wants to be with Adam, but she doesn’t want to hurt him. Adam wants to be with her, but there’s Warner. Seriously. I don’t know what her heart is going through right now. LOL.”And shoots me right in the chest.”This should be to revealing to put in. But I really can’t resist sharing this quote guys. Cuz this took my breath away.Adam Kent – Okay, sure maybe I’m on Team Warner. Adam is still Adam. Actually I feel sad for Adam. He deserves so much. And he can’t get it. Omg. I think he’s should be the sad character that’s in most books. Sad life. Sad romance. Sad everything. If Warner wasn’t there though, Adam would totally be Juliette’s. In Unravel Me, Adam begged a lot. To Juliette. I don’t necessary like those kind of guys…..”Warner is here.”Hyperventilating. LOL. *Breathing hardWarner – Oh yeah. We discover his real name in this book. I don’t really like it. But the name kind of connects with everything. And omfg, like this book. There are so many surprises. Like every chapter. I was reading it during first period ( I have IWE office, so I have some free time to read) and like I kept saying omg. LOL. There was only one teacher there, so no one thought I was weird. Anyways, Warner is kind of cocky in this book. HE HAS DIMPLES. Omg. Haha. Warner isn’t really cruel and cold-hearted in this book. In fact, he was cocky and handsome and ya know the boy we want him to be. Yeah. I admit. I don’t hate Warner anymore, as much as I want to.And omg, Warner has such hot scenes with Juliette. Like his connections with her, Juliette never felt with Adam. Just thinking about the book makes me go crazy all over again. And I can’t say anything about it ;(“That we’re lying in his childhood bed together.”D’awwwwwwFor those who read Shatter Me, you should definitely read Unravel Me! All those cliffhangers. And Unravel Me reveals a lot more secrets of Adam and Warner. Argh. Yep. Can’t wait for that final book. And this book just came out. ;(The Rating: (1-10): 9~These quotes are all from Kenji. Omg. I forgot to talk about Kenji. He’s so funny and cool and awesome. I really like him because Kenji isn’t in that crazy love-triangle thing. And I think my favorite character is Kenji so far. LOL.”You guys playing footsie under the table or somes***?”Haha, Kenji. State the obvious.”You are moody. It’s always ‘Shut up, Kenji.”Go to sleep, Kenji.’ ‘No one ants to see you naked, Kenji.’ When I know for a fact that there are thousands of people who would love to see me naked – “Ohmergerd. I can’t. Haha. Almost cried here.”And I’d really appreciate it if you’d grow the hell up and stop walking around like the world crapped on your only roll of toilet paper.”Sometimes, Kenji is such a butthole, but he’s right. LOL.”I mean, I just have to say – that last line? ‘I wish I could love you less’? That was genius. Really, really nice. I think Winston actually shed a tear-“Sppechless. LOL. Kenji is just so freakin damn funny. Right when you’re emotional or about to cry, he’ll pop up and make you laugh till you cry. LOL.”Mmmmmmm, you’re like a sexy, super-scary plant.”Omg. Kenji. What a simile.”Do I look like the kind of guy who’s never had a girlfriend?”Errr…..yeahhh”‘Oh Adam, look at me, look at how sexy I am in my new outfit’ “I can imagine Kenji saying this in a high, squeaky voice”I look sexy as hell in this outfit”Sure you do….”Today is our day to die, ladies”Kenji…..how encouraging.That’s it. And yeah it’s a whole lot. Cuz Kenji <3.Happy Reading~

      12. Nicole

        OBSESSEDI’ve never been one for dystopian type books but this book is so interesting! And the way Tahereh Mafi writes! The formatting really does give the story life and emotion. There’s so much tension and intensity with all the characters, it’s just deeply moving. Hits you right in the feels. Can’t wait to read the next one!

      13. NurseMom

        glad I hung in there.So I wasn’t sure I wanted to continue reading this series after the first book underwhelmed me. But I’m glad I did. I’m very interested now to go down the Aaron Warner rabbit hole…

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