Review: Unravel Me (Shatter Me #2) by Tahereh Mafi

I liked Shatter Me a lot that I put its sequel, Unravel Me, on hold at my public library

IF YOU HAVEN’T READ SHATTER ME, DO NOT READ UNRAVEL ME! SO READ THE SHATTER ME REVIEW AT:

Shatter Me Review

Cover: Interesting

Rating: PG

Thumbs Up: 5

Overall: Epic

Characters: Interesting

Plot: Awesome

Page Turner: Yes!

Series Cont: Yes

Recommend: Definitely

Book Boyfriend: Adam Kent

My review for Unravel Me:

I give Unravel Me 5 stars. I loved Unravel Me so much that I added the series to my favorites list. So Unravel Me basically starts right where Shatter Me ended. Juliette and Adam were taken by Kenji Kishimoto, an undercover man for a man named Castle, to a place where there were other people like Juliette. Juliette finds out that Kenji has the ability to blend into his surroundings, but everyone has a different ability. She has a choice to learn more about her ability, but all she has on her mind is Adam and Warner. Adam turns out to be okay thanks to Juliette’s 2 room mates who are healers. She wonders why Adam can touch her without getting hurt. Does he have a special ability like her? Then, what about Warner? Juliette has no idea about Adam’s past and she finds out there must be more to Kenji’s past since Kenji is what you can call a comic relief character. Castle wants Juliette to learn more about her ability so that she will be able to have more power to fight against the Reestablishment. She doesn’t want to use her powers to hurt people, but what if it’s to help prevent any more unnecessary attacks from the Reestablishment and Warner?

For the Goodreads’ page, go to:

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13104080-unravel-me

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