The second installment in the Shatter Me series is a journey of self-discovery and it is a very thrilling read.
The review might contain spoilers.
Warner should not have been able to survive Juliette’s touch, alas he is immune. That revelation has left her shaken.
Juliette and Adam are able to escape Warner and join the group of talented rebels and Juliette can finally join the fight against the The Reestablishment and try to better her world.
But there is something that she can’t stop thinking about – why can both Adam and Warner resist her deadly touch?
What I liked about the book: Juliette getting a bit of a backbone and actually having the space to deal with some of her trauma really gave her a glow up. It was interesting to read about her learning to deal with her powers and not seeing them as a punishment. She grows up a lot in this book and changes her perspective on things which is quite refreshing. The story is engaging and as the blurb promises – this is a journey of self-discovery involved.
What I didn’t like about the book: …Adam. I have a huge problem with this character and if you’ve read the story, I am sure you can understand why.
A quote: “Books are easily destroyed. But words will live as long as people can remember them.”
My rating: 5/5 stars
Do you like YA Dystopia and do you have recommendations?