time 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.
Can we also just admire the covers of these series? I can't stop staring!! They get better as the series goes.
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Once again, this book starts with Juliette being a whiny bitch! She doesn't even try to cope with the kick-ass people who are exactly like her and who are clearly trying to help her. Nothing frustrates me more than a main character who has a potential to be strong and doesn't cease the opportunity to do so, she was acting like a baby all the time .
In chapter 21, Kenji scolds Juliette for being a kid and I literally put down the book and applauded him.
I'm team Warner now. Obviously. Does anybody watch the Vampire Diaries? It's kind of similar; Elena makes Damon a better person and so does Juliette with Warner. Whenever Juliette's with Adam, she leans on him and he weakens her.. he always wants to help her and step in for her and same goes with Juliette. Whenever she's with Adam, she literally drains him out of his powers. One of the main reasons that I'm team Warnette is that Warner actually sees Juliette in a new light, he doesn't see her as a threat but as something great. He doesn't want to hone her powers so she would become his little weapon, but for her own good. He sees the great in her and he wants to genuinely help her because he loves her. Which makes my heart warm up with fuzzies.
Speaking of Vampire Diaries and The Originals, does anyone else imagine Warner as a more muscular version of Joesph Morgan? (Klaus from TVD). Warner keeps calling Juliette "love" and that reminds me of Klaus.. P.S. I have a ginormous crush on Joseph Morgan so yay, more points to Warner. Haha
My favorite scene in the book is when Warner and Juliette meet for the first time after she shot him and after the dog incident (which actually made me smile like an idiot). Warner reciting the contents of Juliette's notebook .. their tension and their natural chemistry is AMAZING!! More points to Warner there too.
HA! When I found out that "Aaron" - Warner- and Adam were brothers my Delena/Stelena theory made me laugh. It was a good resemblance on my part and it actually is an interesting revelation. My jaw dropped. That definitely means that Anderson has powers as well.. AND CAN MAYBE EVEN TOUCH JULIETTE. (I mean James does too, that kid is adorable.) Who knows? It'll take me a while to get to Ignite Me and Fracture Me unfortunately.
The fact that Warner has a 'harnessing' gift was kind of expected for me. It would take this trilogy into a new direction, I'm quite sure he'll join Juliette and the others to go against his dad? But what will Adam do though? He'll FLIP.
I also can't wait till Warner finds out that Adam is his BROTHER. So much I need to know and I will not accept being spoiled for..
Have you read Unravel Me? Tell me down below what you thought! :)
Have a great day everybody!